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Internship Program

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  Purpose Employment while attending college provides a unique opportunity for students to bring together corporate experience and business concepts. As students strive to prepare to meet the dynamic challenges of the business world they must also incorporate the more practical processes and skills necessary as a foundation for long-term success. Internships and Cooperative Education Programs not only provide exposure to the work place while attending college, they can also improve the participants' chances for permanent employment. Moreover, students develop a work ethic, a sense of accomplishment, and increased self-confidence as a result of the experience. College of Business majors are encouraged to pursue internship opportunities as early as possible, preferably at the beginning of the sophomore year. The Advisement Center and the Department Chairpersons assist students in their internship search strategies. Three to six credit hours are applied to the student's curriculum depending on the type and length of the position. Procedures The COB Advisement Center assists students in their internship search strategies. Once a student obtains an internship the student must register for the internship class for that semester that he/she is planning to participate in the internship program. Students in search of internships may seek assistance from the COB Advisement Center (COBAC). COBAC maintains a log of various internship programs and opportunities offered by an array of businesses. Moreover, internship information from the University's Office of Career Services is filtered through the Advisement Center. The Director guides students through the process of obtaining an internship search, selection, application, interviewing, and assignment. Once a selection has been made, the student must register for the internship as they would for a class, in either COBAC or their Department Chairperson's Office so that the student may receive credit towards the completion of their degree requirements. In addition, the student should complete an application and submit it accompanied by a resume to COBAC. Benefits Students: An opportunity to introduce our majors to corporate culture and begin to cultivate professional "habits of mind" early in their matriculation. Internship Providers: An opportunity to participate in the development of potential employees. An opportunity to "give back"; community service. Positive advertisement Qualifications Student: At least a 2.75 GPA (unless otherwise approved by the Department Chairperson) Posses U.S. residency or citizenship Sophomore-senior classification (unless otherwise approved by the Department Chairperson) Successfully completed Professional Development I Course, 41-255 Meet the qualifications of the employer Internship Provider: Provide a clearly defined job title and description of tasks. Number of hours and days intern will work per week Rate of compensation Location of internship Time period of internship Name of interns supervisor Employment benefits intern is eligible for if any Termination The internship may be terminated at any time for any of the following reasons: Student: Written letter of resignation Failure to maintain academic standards Medical disability Internship Provider: Administrative reasons (e.g., budget constraints, misconduct) Unsatisfactory performance Note: If a student leaves a job without prior approval of the COB and the employer he/she will receive a failing grade for the internship and be dropped from the Program. If a student is dismissed by an employer and the Internship Coordinator and Department Chairperson agree that there was due cause for dismissal, the student will receive a failing grade for the internship and will be dropped from the Program. If the student experiences serious difficulties with an internship position, he/she should discuss this with the employer as soon as possible. Poor performance by students may jeopardize other participants in the program by losing valuable job placements for the program. The student must abide by all guidelines outlined in the College of Business Internship Program.

Visiting Management Professionals Forum

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  Introduction The Visiting Management Professionals Forum is a valuable resource to the students of the College of Business for the following reasons: Professionals from the business community will share information regarding the companies they represent and the industries they are involved in. You will have the unique opportunity to network with the representatives from prestigious and successful organizations. Our guests will offer you words of wisdom and encouragement to assist you as you strive for excellence in your developmental process. Primary Objectives Inform students of current business trends, techniques, and opportunities; Provide positive role models; Motivate students to pursue vigorously the precepts of excellence and achievement; Leadership development. Attire Appropriate business attire is mandatory to attend the forums and is suggested attire when attending other professional development activities on campus. The ultimate professional attire for both males and females is a suit. We understand that everyone may not possess a suit. However, it would behoove you, as managers and executives of the future, to begin forming a professional wardrobe. Professional attire will be an essential part of your professional persona. The following attire is permissible for attending the forum and other professional development activities on campus: Young Ladies: Suits - dark blue, black or gray in color; Jacket/blazer with trousers or an at least knee length skirt, and white shirt or white blouse; and hosiery or socks; Dress shoes; no open toe sandals will be permitted. Young Men: Suits - dark blue, black or gray in color; Jacket/blazer with dress trousers and white dress shirt with conservative colored tie and socks; Dress shoes. Please be advised that the following attire is not permissible in the forums: denim clothing of any kind, khaki pants, sneakers, combat or steel-toed boots, tight fitting clothing or low -cut blouses; shorts; sandals; tanks or halter tops; Capri pants; mini skirts; long or short skirts with thigh-high slits, comical ties and bare legs.     Students who are not dressed in appropriate business attire, as previously outlined, will be turned away at the door. Volunteer You are welcome to visit the College of Business Advisement Center, Suite 106 A-C, MBNA America Building, or contact us at (302) 857-6971, 6904, 6905 or 6907 to volunteer for the following activities: Distributing handouts as students enter the Longwood Auditorium; Introducing our guest speaker(s) and Presenting our guest speaker(s) with a token of our appreciation. Forum Luncheon Following each Forum, a luncheon will be served in the University Club, on the third floor, of the MBNA America Building, room 308 to accommodate our guest(s) and a few students. ONLY 8-10 people will be served. If you would like to attend a luncheon, please note the following: If you would like to have lunch with a certain speaker, you must come to the Advisement Center to sign-up to attend a luncheon prior to the speakers' designated presentation date. If you realize that you will not be able to attend the luncheon, please contact the Advisement Center as soon as possible so that we can arrange for another student to attend in your absence. House Rules Please Do Not: expect to be admitted into the Lecture Hall after 11:10 a.m.; appear unpleasant; bring CD players, radios, and the like into the Lecture Hall; wear headphones while the Forum is in session; chew gum, eat food, or drink beverages in the Lecture Hall; sit in the back when there a plenty of seats in the front; blurt out questions or comments. Wait until your raised hand has been acknowledged; talk while the speaker is talking; ask the speakers personal probing questions; and attempt to leave the Lecture Hall until you have been dismissed (except in the case of an emergency). Remember to: dress in appropriate business attire; use the restroom and to take care of any personal needs prior to entering the Lecture Hall. Once the program begins, students will not be excused from the Lecture Hall except in the case of an emergency or prior approval has been given; turn off all pagers and cell phones; come professionally dressed and prepared to converse with the speaker(s); stand and speak strongly and clearly when addressing the speakers; remove your hats, bandanas, [hair] do rags, scarves (unless the scarf is a headdress), and the like from your head prior to entering the Lecture Hall; be attentive; and get a ticket before you exit the Lecture Hall if you are required to. Know that if you leave the Lecture Hall without receiving a ticket, you will be denied a ticket if you return to request one. Please note: It is mandatory for students enrolled in University Seminar courses and any Professional Development courses to attend the Forums. Should a student be unable to attend a Forum for any reason, you are responsible for make-up assignments assigned by the instructor and in accordance with the course syllabus.

Frequently Asked Questions

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  How do I register for classes? The College of Business Advisement Center works closely with the departments during the registration process. During the pre-registration and registration period, each student must make an appointment with his/her advisor to review their selection of courses for the next semester, summer classes, or classes requested to take at another institution. Students should bring with them a course request form and a copy of their academic transcript to assure accurate advisement. How many credit hours do I need to take to be considered full-time? The minimum course load for full-time status is 12 credit hours per semester. A full-time student is normally expected to complete 30 credit hours of course-work each academic year (Fall, Spring and Summer terms); and must complete a minimum of 24 hours of course work each academic year to qualify for financial aid. In addition, full-time students must meet the academic regulations stated elsewhere in the University catalog. What is considered a normal course load? A normal load is 12-18 credit hours per semester. What are the expectations of an academic advisor? Clarify the academic and administrative processes of the College of Business and the University and the nature of its academic programs to the advisee. Seek to understand each advisee's particular concerns affecting academic progress. Help the advisee to understand the expected standards of achievement and likelihood of success in certain areas of study. Discuss the educational and career objectives suited to the advisee's demonstrated abilities and expressed interests. Help the advisee to understand the relationships among the courses, programs, undergraduate research opportunities, internships, study abroad programs, and other academic experiences provided by the College of Business and the University. Help the advisee to plan a course of study and give advice about courses and the adjustment of course loads. Inform the advisee about the prerequisites for subsequent courses in the advisee's program. Refer advisees to other resources when appropriate - University counseling service for example. What are the expectations of an advisee? Acquire the information needed to assume final responsibility for course scheduling, program planning, and the successful completion of all graduation requirements. Seek the academic and career information needed to meet educational goals. Become knowledgeable about the relevant policies, procedures, and rules of your chosen discipline, the COB, and the University. Be prepared with accurate information and relevant materials when contacting the advisor. Schedule and keep appointments with advisors at least twice semesterly. Consult with the advisor to decide on courses, review the accuracy of senior audits, check progress towards graduation, and discuss the suitability of other educational opportunities (scholarships, internships, study abroad, etc…) Maintain records and knowledge of administrative changes made during matriculation (add/drop slips, last day to drop classes, change of grade forms, transferred course information, etc…) How do I add/drop a class? To add/drop a class, students must complete an add/drop slip. The slip must be signed by the student’s advisor and instructor. Additional signatures apply outside of the calendar-defined add/drop periods. How do you know your student classification? Student classification is determined by the number of credits earned. Refer to the classification schedule below.   Classification Credits Earned FRESHMAN 0-29 SOPHOMORE 30-59 JUNIOR 60-89 SENIOR 90 and above   Students may review their academic progress online. What do I do if I am having academic difficulties? If you are experiencing academic difficulties speak to your instructors and your advisor. They will be able to refer you to the various support services available on campus. Are tutoring Services available? The Tutoring Center is located in Room 212 of the William C. Jason Library-Learning Resource Center. The Tutoring Center offers peer tutoring in many subject areas across the curriculum by appointment or on a drop-in basis during day and evening hours. Students should fill out a request form to receive services. All tutoring is free to students. The Tutor Coordinator can be reached at (302) 857-7435. Where do I go if I have a learning disability? Disabilities Services is committed to helping each student pursue a chosen field of study to the full measure of his or her ability. Students with a disability are admitted through the same application process as non-disabled students. There is no special or separate admissions procedure. Admissions counselors are available to answer questions and provide recommendations. Students with documented disabilities may receive reasonable accommodations to address their particular needs. Accommodations may include, but are not limited to, reading, writing, and note taking services, removal of any structural barriers, special arrangements for exams, and tutorial services. Further information regarding support services for students with disabilities may be obtained by contacting Laura Kurtz, Room 214A, William C. Jason Library at (302) 857-6388. What is an incomplete and how long do I have to remove the “I”? Incomplete course work due to reasons clearly beyond the control of the student will yield the grade "I". This grade must be removed by the end of the first six weeks of the next semester of the current academic year (i.e. for fall, the next semester is spring; for spring, the next semester is fall) unless prior arrangements are made in writing with the instructor, with a copy sent to the Registrar. Otherwise the grade "I" is automatically changed to "F" by the Office of Records and Registration. Academically suspended students who have "incompletes" may register only if they have removed the incompletes and achieved the necessary 2.00 average no later than the last day of the late registration period. What is the process for an administrative withdrawal? If a student, for some compelling reason (such as documented extreme personal difficulty or documented medical reason), requests to be administratively withdrawn from the University for a previous semester, then that student must follow the procedure listed below. Administrative withdrawal from the University is rarely granted, but some students' circumstances may require it. The provost and vice president for academic affairs approve approval for administrative withdrawal from the University: Student must submit in writing the request for administrative withdrawal from the University, along with documentation, to the appropriate academic dean. The request must state the reason(s) for the request and specify the semester to be withdrawn. The dean submits his or her recommendation to the provost and vice president for academic affairs. If the provost and vice president for academic affairs approve the request, then the student is reported to the Office of Registration and Records as "Administratively Withdrawn" and a grade of "WA" is assigned for all courses taken during that semester. The provost and vice president for academic affairs also inform the student in writing of his/her decision. A student who withdraws from the University on or prior to the last day to withdraw from the University will receive a grade of "W" in each course for which he/she is enrolled at that time. A student who officially withdraws from the University at any time after the last publicized date for withdrawal from the University will receive a "WA" grade in all courses for that semester. Note: If a student has received financial aid, including a refund, from Title IV funds and completed less than 60 percent of the semester from which he/she wishes to withdraw, then that student must refund the percentage of financial aid corresponding to the percentage of the semester the student has not completed. What is a prerequisite? A prerequisite is a foundation course that must be completed before advancing to a higher level course. How do I change my major? If students are considering changing their major, they should visit the Career Services Office for help exploring other fields. Members of other departments will be happy to consult with students during office hours. Students should also discuss their options with their current academic advisor. In order to change majors, the student must complete the "Change of Major and Declaration of Minor" form. This form can be obtained from Departmental Offices. The current and new chairpersons must sign the form. If the new major is in a different college, the Dean of the new college must also sign the form. After all signatures have been obtained, the new Department must submit the form to the Records Office. It is the responsibility of the student to follow up and make sure the change of major is accurately displayed in their BANNER records. What are the requirements to declare a minor? If students are considering declaring a minor, they should visit the Career Services Office for help exploring other fields. Members of other departments will be happy to consult with students during office hours. Students should also discuss their options with their current academic advisor. In order to declare a minor, the student must complete the "Change of Major and Declaration of Minor" form. This form can be obtained from Departmental Offices. The current and new chairpersons must sign the form. If the new minor is in a different college, the Dean of the new college must also sign the form. After all signatures have been obtained, the new Department must submit the form to the Records Office. It is the responsibility of the student to follow up and make sure the minor is accurately displayed in their BANNER records. How many credits do I need to satisfy my degree requirements? The number of credits needed to satisfy degree requirements vary by major. Refer to the catalog or your curriculum to find the exact number of credits required to earn your degree. How do I transfer classes from another institution to Delaware State University? Classes Taken Before Attending DSU If a student has already taken a college level course at another institution before attending DSU the Admissions Office and/or Department determine if the course fits into the student's curriculum. If a course is not equivalent to a DSU course, a Course Substitution Form could be filed if appropriate. If there is a question concerning whether or not a course can be used in the General Education Program, contact the Director of General Education, Genevieve Tighe (302.857.6649). Classes Taken While a DSU Student If a student wishes to take a course at another institution, a "Student Request to Enroll in Courses at Another Institution for Transfer Credit" form must be completed before the student begins taking the course. The credit transfers, but the grade earned is NOT included in the student's GPA. If a student is trying to raise the GPA, the course must be taken at DSU. The completed form must be submitted to the Records Office. A copy is kept in the student's file. Transfer Credit Matrix For a list of Delaware Technical & Community College and University of Delaware courses that are equivalent to DSU courses, refer to the online Transfer of Credit Matrix http://www.central.dtcc.edu/matrix/

College of Business Advisement Center

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Mission The College of Business Advisement Center’s mission is to provide academic advisement to students pursuing a degree program in Business during the freshmen and sophomore years. Our professional advisors offer services based on current curriculum requirements to assist students with aligning their academic goals with career opportunities as they transition into graduate studies and the world of work. Objectives Provide best practices in assisting students with informational resources to explore education and career options through mandatory academic advisement processes. Assist students with identifying personal interests and establishing a correlation between academic and career goals. Our academic advisement model exposes students to a more personal connection with their assigned advisor, thus making a valuable contribution of developing a mentor/mentee relationship. The Advisement Center is committed to university retention efforts by considering the sensitive nature of students' personal needs and concerns. We provide students with assessment and feedback to keep them well informed of their academic progress. Our goal is to prepare students for a seamless transition into graduate programs and careers. Advisement Model Our academic advisement model fosters the student developmental process and provides coaching for the following human relation skills: Positive Attitude Strong Communication Skills Conflict Resolution Skills Good Judgment/Decision Making Skills Freshmen and Sophomores are assigned to the professional advisors according to the first letter of the student's last name. Last name (A-E): Mrs. Janet McCrea Last name (F-M): Ms. Tamekca Faria Last name (N-Z): Mr. Brian Passerell Juniors: Faculty and Mentors Seniors: Department Chairpersons Advisement To promote effective advisement, each student is assigned an advisor upon their declaration of a major in the College of Business. Each advisor establishes a caring and working relationship with students while helping them clarify goals. The Director of the Advisement Center and the Career & Academic Advisors monitor academic progress. Registration - The College of Business Advisement Center works closely with the departments during the registration process. During the pre-registration and registration period, each student must make an appointment with his/her advisor to review their selection of courses for the next semester, summer classes, or classes requested to take at another institution. Students should bring with them a course request form and a copy of their student transcript to assure accurate advisement. FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions. Professional Development - The Visiting Management Professionals Forum. Internship Program - Employment while attending college provides a unique opportunity for students to bring together corporate experience and business concepts. Student Organizations - in the College of Business.
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Staff Profile

Tamekca Faria
Interim Director
302.857.6907
tfaria@desu.edu

Janet McCrea
Career and Academic Advisor
302.857.6904
jmccrea@desu.edu

Brian Passerell
Career and Academic Advisor
302.857.6943
bpasserell@desu.edu

Hours of Operation
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Bank of America Building
Room 106
Phone: 302.857.6971
Fax: 302.857.6945
cobac@desu.edu

 

College of Business

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Introduction As you think about the kind of undergraduate program you want, consider what the College of Business at Delaware State University can offer you. You will be able to take advantage of the following resources and benefits regardless of the major you choose. Mission Statement To provide a student-centered learning environment to develop successful business professionals with a global perspective.  We emphasize academic excellence through innovation and integrity in teaching, professional development, applied and instructional research and outreach. Shared Values Create and sustain a holistic learning environment. Promote honesty, integrity, ethics, diversity, and fairness. Prepare students for life-long learning. Emphasize innovation and Technology in teaching and learning. Nurture a culture of teamwork, collegiality and mutual respect. Maintain continuous improvement of students, faculty, staff and programs. Promote student professional development – transition from the “classroom to the boardroom.” Maintain an appreciation of globalization in teaching and learning. Partner with the business community and other external constituencies. You will work with experienced and highly-trained professors who want to see you succeed. Faculty members in the College of Business care about teaching and your success. Their main goal is to provide a challenging learning environment that is responsive to your needs and to the needs of the national and international business communities. They will work closely with you to ensure that you acquire the knowledge and skills that will serve you well in whatever career you choose. You will have access to excellent facilities. Most of your classes meet in the new Bank of America Building a modern facility that houses multi-media classrooms with distance-learning capabilities, seminar rooms, faculty offices, student lounge, study carrels and state-of-the-art computer facilities. Students also have access to the Delaware Center for Enterprise Development and the Small Business Development Center located in downtown Dover. Hospitality and Tourism Management majors can take advantage of our state-of-the-art kitchen and restaurant facilities in the Bank of America Building. You will study with students from a variety of backgrounds. Most of your fellow students in the College of Business have come to DSU directly from high schools in Delaware, other parts of the United States, and other parts of the world. However, some of your fellow students will be adults who have returned to school after raising families, completing military careers, or gaining other kinds of work experience. One of the many benefits of attending a university is learning to see things from other peoples point of view. The variety of backgrounds you will encounter in the College of Business will help you do just that.  
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Graduate Studies

The Master of Business Administration (MBA) Degree Program is designed for working professionals and aspiring managers from a wide range of backgrounds who wish to advance their careers or acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed as managers and leaders in the new economy. Candidates integrate and apply business and organizational concepts and techniques in the functional areas of organizational management. Read more…

Bachelor's Programs

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  Department of Business Administration With a Bachelor of Science degree in Management, a student can select from a variety of concentrations which provide in-depth understanding of specific functional areas. The areas of concentration are: Business Economics* Finance and Banking* General Management Human Resource Management Information Systems Marketing * Please see Department of Accounting, Economics, and Finance for more information. MANAGEMENT MAJOR CONCENTRATIONS Concentrations provide a depth of understanding in a specific functional area of specialization within management. A concentration consists of 18 credit hours beyond the required core courses, with the exception of Information Systems, which has 21 credit hours. Concentrations are provided in the areas of: Business Economics, Finance & Banking, E-Commerce, General Management, Human Resource Management, Information Systems, and Marketing. General Management The concentration in General Management is most appropriate for students who have a broad-based interest in the field of management rather than a single area of concentration. This program of study prepares students for careers as leaders of all types of organizations including government, non-profit, and business. Students are required to complete a total of 18 credit hours to earn a concentration in General Management. Students with a concentration in General Management are also required to complete at least one upper division three (3) credit-hour course in each of at least three different areas within the School of Management. Human Resource Management This concentration focuses on the management of the personnel resources of an organization. Management issues such as planning and forecasting human resource needs, recruiting, maintaining, developing and motivating personnel, succession planning, and compensation are covered. The Human Resource Management concentration prepares students for graduate studies and entry level positions in areas such as compensation and benefits planning, industrial relations, personnel analysis, and performance analysis and evaluation. Students are required to complete a total of 18 credit hours in the field for a concentration in Human Resource Management. Twelve (12) of these credits are required, and six (6) may be satisfied by choosing from elective courses in Human Resource Management. The additional hours must be selected in consultation with the student’s advisor. Management Information Systems (MIS) Management Information Systems involves the management of an inter-related set of components that collect, process, store and distribute information to support decision-making and control in an organization. Students explore computer hardware and software, networking computers to share data, programming languages, specialized software, communications software, and the Internet. Graduates of the MIS program will be prepared for graduate studies and for positions as software and network analysts, programmers, and systems analysts. Students are required to complete a total of 24 credit hours in the field for a concentration. Eighteen (18) of these credits are required, and six (6) may be satisfied by choosing from elective Information Systems courses. The additional hours must be selected in consultation with the student’s advisor. Marketing The Marketing concentration focuses on the strategic planning and systems development necessary to facilitate the exchanges crucial to modern organizational and business success. Careers in marketing include advertising, product management, public relations, customer service, sales, retailing, research, market analysis and data management, as well as international marketing, trade, and distribution. Students also have the option to pursue graduate studies in their area of concentration. Students interested in marketing should be willing to think creatively and possess, or be willing to develop, good analytical and communications skills. A Marketing concentration consists of 18 credit hours of marketing courses. Fifteen (15) of these credits are required, and three (3) may be satisfied by choosing one of the elective courses in Marketing. The additional hours must be selected in consultation with the students’ advisor. Business Economics See Department of Accounting, Economics, and Finance Finance And Banking See Department of Accounting, Economics, and Finance Hospitality & Tourism Management Program Students who major in Hospitality and Tourism Management (HTM) are prepared to become management professionals who possess the hospitality, entrepreneurial, and leadership skills necessary to make positive contributions to the industry. Students with this major are prepared to assume entry level management and leadership positions in varied facets of this dynamic industry. HTM requires 25 credit hours of Hospitality and Tourism Management courses and 3 credit hours of Hospitality and Tourism Management electives. The Hospitality Management Program prepares students to become management professionals who posses the hospitality, entrepreneurial, and managerial skills and competencies necessary to make positive contributions to the hospitality industry, including enhancing operational efficiency and effectiveness– and the financial viability– of organizations in the hospitality industry. Through the curriculum and related organizations and activities, the Hospitality & Tourism Management program seeks to promote the achieving of the following objectives: to design and continuously monitor a curriculum consistent with the needs of the hospitality industry and the community, with mechanisms for implementing change as the industry changes; to prepare students with a common body of knowledge in hospitality administration, to include effective oral and written communications skills, food production, procurement management, leadership evaluation, control techniques, accountability, entrepreneurial strategies, and computer literacy; to prepare students to accept leadership roles through classroom seminars, and in-service learning: and to prepare students to solve managerial and business problems and make rational and effective managerial decisions Read More => Aviation Program The Aviation Program provides students with quality education and experience in preparation for careers in the aviation industry. Curricula in the Program lead to a Bachelor's of Science degree with concentrations in Aviation Management or Professional Pilot. With low cost flight lab fees, its own fleet of aircraft and an experienced and dedicated instructor staff, Delaware State University is simply the best Flight Education opportunity on the east coast of the United States.  

Curriculum for Management with a Concentration in HRM

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Freshman Fall Semester Freshman Spring Semester Course Course Name Cr Course Course Name Cr 41-191 University Seminar I 1 41-192 University Seminar II 1 25-121 College Algebra 3 25-225 Calculus for Business 3 16-100 Lifetime Fitness & Wellness 2 52-105 Microcomputer Applications 3 01-101 English Comp I 3 01-102 English Comp II 3 xx-xxx Natural Science Elective 3 xx-xxx Foreign Language I 3 34-203 or 34-204 History Elective 3 36-201 Intro to General Psychology 3               Total Credits 15   Total Credits 16 Sophomore Fall Semester Sophomore Spring Semester Course Course Name Cr Course Course Name Cr xx-xxx Foreign Language II 3 31-101 Critical Thinking or Foreign Language III 3 42-201 Accounting I 3 42-203 Accounting for Decision Makers 3 25-125 Finite Math 3 41-205 Management Processes 4 40-201 Macroeconomics 3 40-202 Microeconomics 3 41-255 Professional Development I 1 41-256 Professional Development II 1 01-201 or 01-205 World Literature I or African American Literature I   3 41-208 Intro to Statistics   3   Total Credits 16   Total Credits 17 Junior Fall Semester Junior Spring Semester Course Course Name Cr Course Course Name Cr 01-200 Speech 3 31-395 Global Societies 3 53-320 Personnel/HR Management 3 42-302 Legal Environment 3 43-300 Managerial Finance 3 46-300 Principles of Marketing 3 41-305 Management Info Systems 3 41-306 Operations Management 3 41-201 Managerial Communications*   3 53-330 Management & Employee Relations   3               Total Credits 15   Total Credits 15 Senior Fall Semester Senior Spring Semester Course Course Name Cr Course Course Name Cr 41-325 Organizational Behavior 3 41-445 Strategic Management** 3 41-440 International Management   3 53-452 Staffing and Performance Management   3 53-430 Compensation & Benefits Management   3 xx-xxx HRM Elective   3 53-xxx HRM Elective 3 xx-xxx COB/Free Elective 3 53-440 HR Planning and Info Systems 3         Total Credits 15   Total Credits 12               ** Senior Capstone *   Writing Intensive Course (s) Grade of ‘C’ or better required for all courses Total Credits: 121

Curriculum for Management Information Systems

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Freshman Fall Semester Freshman Spring Semester Course Course Name Cr Course Course Name Cr 41-191 University Seminar I 1 41-192 University Seminar II 1 25-121 College Algebra 3 25-225 Calculus for Business 3 16-100 Lifetime Fitness & Wellness 2 52-105 Microcomputer Applications 3 01-101 English Comp I 3 01-102 English Comp II 3 xx-xxx Natural Science Elective 3 xx-xxx Foreign Language I 3 34-203 or 34-204 History Elective 3 36-201 Intro to General Psychology 3   Total Credits 15   Total Credits 16 Sophomore Fall Semester Sophomore Spring Semester Course Course Name Cr Course Course Name Cr xx-xxx Foreign Language II 3 31-101 Critical Thinking or Foreign Language III 3 42-201 Accounting I 3 42-203 Accounting for Decision Makers 3 25-125 Finite Math 3 41-205 Management Processes 4 40-201 Macroeconomics 3 40-202 Microeconomics 3 41-255 Professional Development I 1 41-256 Professional Development II 1 01-201 or 01-205 World Literature I or African American Literature I   3 41-208 Intro to Statistics   3   Total Credits 16   Total Credits 17 Junior Fall Semester Junior Spring Semester Course Course Name Cr Course Course Name Cr 01-200 Speech 3 31-395 Global Societies 3 42-302 Legal Environment 3 53-320 Personnel/HR Management 3 43-300 Managerial Finance 3 46-300 Principles of Marketing 3 41-305 Management Info Systems 3 41-306 Operations Management 3 41-201 Managerial Communications* 3 52-314 Intro to Programming 3               Total Credits 15   Total Credits 15 Senior Fall Semester Senior Spring Semester Course Course Name Cr Course Course Name Cr 41-325 Organizational Behavior 3 41-445 Strategic Management** 3 41-440 International Management 3 52-470 Database Management Systems 3 52-360 Advanced Programming 3 52-xxx Information Systems Elective 3 52-475 Networking & Telecommunications   3 52-480 System Analysis & Design   3 xx-xxx COB Elective 3         Total Credits 15   Total Credits 12               ** Senior Capstone *   Writing Intensive Course(s)                                                  Grade of ‘C’ or better required for all courses   Total Credits: 121  

Curriculum for Management with a Concentration in Marketing

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Freshman Fall Semester Freshman Spring Semester Course Course Name Cr Course Course Name Cr 41-191 University Seminar I 1 41-192 University Seminar II 1 25-121 College Algebra 3 25-225 Calculus for Business 3 16-100 Lifetime Fitness & Wellness 2 52-105 Microcomputer Applications 3 01-101 English Comp I 3 01-102 English Comp II 3 xx-xxx Natural Science Elective 3 xx-xxx Foreign Language I 3 34-203 or 34-204 History Elective 3 36-201 Intro to General Psychology 3   Total Credits 15   Total Credits 16 Sophomore Fall Semester Sophomore Spring Semester Course Course Name Cr Course Course Name Cr xx-xxx Foreign Language II  3 31-101 Critical Thinking or Foreign Language III 3 42-201 Accounting I 3 42-203 Accounting for Decision Makers 3 25-125 Finite Math 3 41-205 Management Processes 4 40-201 Macroeconomics 3 40-201 Microeconomics 3 41-255 Professional Development I   1 41-256 Professional Development II   1 01-201 or 01-205 World Literature I or African American Literature I   3 41-208 Intro to Statistics 3   Total Credits 16   Total Credits 17 Junior Fall Semester Junior Spring Semester Course Course Name Cr Course Course Name Cr 01-200 Speech 3 31-395 Global Societies 3 46-300 Principles of Marketing 3 53-320 Personnel/HR Management 3 43-300 Managerial Finance 3 42-302 Legal Environment 3 41-305 Management Info Systems 3 41-306 Operations Management 3 41-201 Managerial Communications* 3 46-315 Buyer Behavior 3               Total Credits 15   Total Credits 15 Senior Fall Semester Senior Spring Semester Course Course Name Cr Course Course Name Cr 41-325 Organizational Behavior 3 41-445 Strategic Management** 3 41-440 International Management 3 46-420 International Marketing 3 46-412 Supply Chain Management 3 46-426 Marketing Management 3 46-407 Promotional Strategy 3 46-xxx Marketing Elective 3 46-415 Marketing Research 3         Total Credits 15   Total Credits 12               ** Senior Capstone *   Writing Intensive Course(s) Grade of ‘C’ or better required for all courses   

Finance and Banking Curriculum

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    Freshman Fall Semester Freshman Spring Semester Course Course Name Cr Course Course Name Cr 41-191 University Seminar I ^ 1 41-192 University Seminar II ^ 1 25-121 College Algebra ^ 3 25-125 Finite Math ^ 3 16-100 Lifetime Fitness & Wellness ^ 2 52-105 Microcomputer Applications 3 01-101 English Composition I ^ 3 01-102 English Composition II ^ 3 xx-xxx Natural Science Elective # 3 xx-xxx Social Science Elective # 3 34-xxx History Elective # 3 xx-xxx Foreign Language I ^ 3               Total Credits 15   Total Credits 16 Sophomore Fall Semester Sophomore Spring Semester Course Course Name Cr Course Course Name Cr 01-xxx Literature Elective # 3 01-xxx Arts/Humanities Elective # 3 xx-xxx Foreign Language II ^ 3 41-205 Management Processes 4 42-201 Accounting I 3 42-203 Accounting for Decision Making 3 25-225 Calculus for Business ^ 3 41-208 Intro to Statistics 3 40-201 Macroeconomics 3 40-202 Microeconomics 3 41-255 Professional Development I 1                     Total Credits 16   Total Credits 16 Junior Fall Semester Junior Spring Semester Course Course Name Cr Course Course Name Cr 01-200 Speech ^ 3 31-395 Global Societies ^ 3 42-302 Legal Environment 3 43-315 Financial Markets & Institutions 3 43-300 Managerial Finance 3 46-300 Principles of Marketing 3 41-305 Management Info Systems 3 41-256 Professional Development II 1 41-201 Managerial Communications* 3 41-306 Operations Management 3       43-xxx Finance & Banking Elective 3               Total Credits 15   Total Credits 16 Senior Fall Semester Senior Spring Semester Course Course Name Cr Course Course Name Cr 41-325 Organizational Behavior  3 41-445 Strategic Management ** 3 41-440 International Management 3 43-420 Commercial Bank Management 3 43-xxx Finance & Banking Elective 3 43-449 Senior Seminar in Finance Mgmt 3 43-418 Investments 3 xx-xxx Free Elective 3 xx-xxx COB Elective 3                                 Total Credits 15   Total Credits 12    ^ Must receive a “C” or better in all COB courses and all courses marked with a “^”  # See catalog for acceptable electives, 1 course must cover African American Experience  *Writing Intensive  ** Senior Capstone in College of Business  Total Credits: 121  

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