Marymount Manhattan

Department of Business

Requirements for the BA in Business

General Education: 42 Credits

Major: 39 Credits
Elective Credits: 39 Credits


The Business Core:

BUS 100 The Contemporary Workplace (3)
BUS 210 Marketing (3)
ACCT 215 Principles of Accounting I (3)
BUS 316 Organizational Behavior (3)
IT 330 Business Management & Information Technology (3)
BUS 403 Strategic Management (3)


Completion of one of the following five concentrations (21 credits)


A. LEADERSHIP CONCENTRATION

BUS 231 Leadership (3)

ECO 210 Macroeconomics or ECO 213 Microeconomics (3)

BUS 277 Legal Environment of Business (3)

BUS 321 Business and Society (3)

PHIL 324 Business Ethics (3)

Two of the following courses (6)

BUS 200 Management (3)

BUS 303 Business Law II (3)

Bus/Comm 306 Advertising and Society (3)

COMM 258 Small Group Communication (3)

COMM 344 Advocacy and Social Movements (3)

PHIL 306 Environmental Ethics (3)

PHIL 347 Contemporary Ethical Issues (3)

SOC 361Cultural and Social Change (3)

PS 355 Green Political Thought (3)

 

B. SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP CONCENTRATION

BUS 207 Entrepreneurship (3)

BUS 277 Legal Environment of Business (3)

BUS 324 Entrepreneurial Finance (3)

BUS 335 Digital Marketing (3)

ECO 210 Macroeconomics or ECO 213 Microeconomics (3)

Two of the following courses (6)

BUS 223 Introduction to Investments (3)

Bus 225: The Business of Fashion (3)

BUS/COMM 232 Advertising (3)

BUS/COMM 293 Public Relations (3)

Bus/Comm 306 Advertising and Society (3)

Bus 352 International Marketing (3)

PS 355 Green Political Thought (3)

PHIL 306 Environmental Ethics (3)

PHIL 324 Business Ethics (3)

PHIL 347 Contemporary Ethical Issues (3)

COMM 344 Advocacy and Social Movements (3)

COMM 258 Small Group Communication (3)

PSYCH 313 Group Dynamics (3)

 

C. MEDIA AND ARTS MANAGEMENT CONCENTRATION

ART/DANC/THTR 290 History & Mission of Arts Institutions (3)

ART/DANC/THTR 392 Fundraising & Marketing for the Arts (3)

JOUR/COMM 395 Media, Law, and Ethics or

BUS 277 Legal Environment of Business (3)

BUS 335 Digital Marketing (3)

ECO 210 Macroeconomics or ECO 213 Microeconomics (3)

Two of the following courses (6)

ART 320 History of Museums and Collections (3)

ART 210 Digital Imaging I (3)

ART 237 Graphic Design I (3)

ART 316 Digital Illustration (3)

ART 352 3-D Animation (3)

BUS/COMM 232 Advertising (3)

BUS/COMM 293 Public Relations (3)

Bus/Comm 306 Advertising and Society (3)

Bus 352 International Marketing (3)

Comm 225 Web Design (3)

JOUR 310 Arts and Media Reporting and Criticism (3)

 

D. ECONOMICS CONCENTRATION

ECO 210 Principles of Macroeconomics (3)

ECO 213 Principles of Microeconomics (3)

ECO/IS 317 International Economics (3)

BUS/ECO 351 International Business (3)

ECO 375 Money, Banking and Financial Markets (3)

Two of the following courses (6)

BUS 223 Introduction to Investments (3)

BUS 357 International Finance (3)

ECO/IS 227 Work in America (3)

HIST 220 Modern Europe (3)

ECO/IS 306 Political Economy of Development and

Underdevelopment (3)

ECO/IS 350 Comparative Economics (3)

HIST/IS 238 Modern China (3)

HIST/IS 239 Modern Japan (3)

HIST/IS/PS 289 Latin America: The Dynamics of Modernization (3)

HIST 324 Industrial and Urban America (3)

HIST/IS 374 History of the People’s republic of China (3)

HIST/IS/FREN 326 Contemporary France: Social, Political and

Economic Perspectives (3)

 

E. FASHION MARKETING 

Bus 225: The Business of Fashion (3)

Bus 207 Entrepreneurship (3)

Bus 277 Legal Environment of Business (3)

Eco 213 Microeconomics (3)

Bus 335 Digital Marketing (3)

Two of the following courses (6)

AIP 342 Fashion, History and Society (3)

Art 210 Digital Imaging I (3)

Art 237 Graphic Design I (3)

Bus/Comm 232 Advertising (3)

Bus/Comm 293 Public Relations (3)

Bus/Comm 306 Advertising and Society (3)

Bus 345 Marketing Research (3)

Bus 352 International Marketing (3)

Bus 378 Consumer Behavior (3)

Comm 225 Web Design (3)

Comm 333 Fashion, Media and Culture (3)

Jour 316 Fashion Journalism (3)

THTR 266 Costume Construction (3) 

 

NOTE: Since some of the courses in this program have prerequisites, the specific program should be arranged in close collaboration with a business faculty advisor.
NOTE: Business majors must pass MATH 113 or a higher level math course with at least a C.
NOTE: All OPEN ELECTIVE courses must be chosen such that a total of 90 credits are in the liberal arts.
NOTE: A student receiving a grade of D or below in a required or elective course for the major, must repeat the course.