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  • B.S. in Entrepreneurship

    Major Requirements: 54 credits
    General Education Requirements: 42 credits
    Elective Credits: 24 credits

    B.S. Business Core Required Courses: (36 credits)
    BUS 100 The Contemporary Workplace  3
    BUS 210 Marketing 3
    ECO 210 Principles of Macroeconomics  3
    ECO 213 Principles of Microeconomics  3
    ACCT 215 Principles of Accounting I  3
    ACCT 217 Principles of Accounting II  3
    BUS 224 Statistics for Business  3
    BUS 277 The Legal Environment of Business 3
    BUS 309 Financial Management  3
    BUS 316 Organizational Behavior  3
    IT 330 Business Management & Information Technology  3
    BUS 403 Strategic Management  3
    Entrepreneurship Required Courses: (9 credits)
    BUS 207 Entrepreneurship   3
    BUS 324 Entrepreneurial Finance 3
    BUS 335 Digital Marketing 3

    Choose three of the following courses:

    (9 credits)
    BUS 223 Introduction to Investments 3
    BUS 225 Business of Fashion 3
    BUS 232 Advertising I 3
    BUS 293 Public Relations  3
    BUS 311 Visual Merchandising 3
    BUS 313 Sales Management  3
    BUS 327 Retail Management 3
    BUS 331 Fashion Marketing and Branding 3
    ACCT 324 Intermediate Managerial Accounting  3
    ACCT 325 Income Taxation of Individuals 3
    BUS 345  Marketing Research 3
    BUS 351 International Business (IP) 3
    BUS 352 International Marketing (IP) 3
    BUS 357 International Finance (IP) 3
    BUS 378 Consumer Behavior  3
    Total Credits: 54 Credits

    NOTES

    1. Entrepreneurship majors must pass MATH 113 with at least a C minus (C-) or pass a higher-level MATH course.
    2. OPEN ELECTIVE credits must be chosen such that a total of 60 credits are in the liberal arts.
    3. Since some of the courses have prerequisites, the specific program should be arranged in close collaboration with a business faculty advisor.
    4. A student receiving a grade of D in a required or elective course for the major must repeat the course.
    5. Entrepreneurship majors may not double major in Business with the Social Entrepreneurship concentration.   
  • B.S. in International Business

    Major Requirements: 54 credits
    General Education Requirements: 42 credits
    Elective Credits: 24 credits

    B.S. Business Core Required Courses: (36 credits)
    BUS 100 The Contemporary Workplace  3
    BUS 210 Marketing 3
    ECO 210 Principles of Macroeconomics  3
    ECO 213 Principles of Microeconomics  3
    ACCT 215 Principles of Accounting I  3
    ACCT 217 Principles of Accounting II  3
    BUS 224 Statistics for Business  3
    BUS 277 The Legal Environment of Business 3
    BUS 309 Financial Management  3
    BUS 316 Organizational Behavior  3
    IT 330 Business Management & Information Technology  3
    BUS 403 Strategic Management  3
    International Business Required Courses: (9 credits)
    ECO 317 International Economics (IP) 3
    BUS 351 International Business (IP) 3
    BUS 352 International Marketing (IP) 3

    Choose three of the following courses:

    (9 credits)
    ACCT 324 Intermediate Managerial Accounting 3
    BUS 223 Introduction to Investments 3
    BUS 225 The Business of Fashion 3
    BUS 303 Business Law II (UP, EP) 3
    BUS 306 Advertising and Society (UP, CP) 3
    BUS 311 Visual Merchandising 3
    BUS 313 Sales Management 3
    BUS 321 Business and Society (UP) 3
    BUS 327 Retail Management 3
    BUS 331 Fashion Marketing and Branding 3
    BUS 335 Digital Marketing  
    BUS 345  Marketing Research 3
    BUS 357 International Finance 3
    BUS 378 Consumer Behavior 3
    ECO 375 Money, Banking and Financial Markets (UP)  3
    Total Credits: 54 Credits

     NOTES

    1. International Business majors must pass MATH 113 with at least a C minus (C-), or pass a higher-level MATH course.
    2. OPEN ELECTIVE credits must be chosen such that a total of 60 credits are in the liberal arts.
    3. Since some of the courses have prerequisites, the specific program should be arranged in close collaboration with a business faculty advisor.
    4. A student receiving a grade of D in a required or elective course for the major must repeat the course.
  • B.S. in Management

    Major Requirements: 54 credits
    General Education Requirements: 42 credits
    Elective Credits: 24 credits

    B.S. Business Core Required Courses: (36 credits)
    BUS 100 The Contemporary Workplace  3
    BUS 210 Marketing 3
    ECO 210 Principles of Macroeconomics  3
    ECO 213 Principles of Microeconomics  3
    ACCT 215 Principles of Accounting I  3
    ACCT 217 Principles of Accounting II  3
    BUS 224 Statistics for Business  3
    BUS 277 The Legal Environment of Business 3
    BUS 309 Financial Management  3
    BUS 316 Organizational Behavior  3
    IT 330 Business Management & Information Technology  3
    BUS 403 Strategic Management  3
    Management Required Courses: (9 credits)
     BUS 231 Leadership 3
     BUS 303 Business Law II (UP, EP) 3
     BUS 351 International Business (IP) 3

    Choose three of the following courses:

    (9 credits)
    BUS 200 Management 3
    BUS 207 Entrepreneurship 3
    BUS 223 Introduction to Investments 3
    BUS 225 The Business of Fashion 3
    ACCT 217 Accounting II  3
    ACCT 324 Intermediate Managerial Accounting  3
    ACCT 325 Income Taxation of Individuals 3
    ACCT 328 Financial Statement Analysis 3
    ACCT 332 Forensic Accounting (EP) 3
    BUS 311 Visual Merchandising 3
    BUS 324 Entrepreneurial Finance 3
    BUS 327 Retail Management 3
    BUS 331 Fashion Marketing and Branding 3
    BUS 335 Digital Marketing 3
    BUS 352 International Marketing (IP) 3
    BUS 357 International Finance 
    ECO 317 International Economics (IP) 3
    Total Credits: 54 Credits

     NOTES

    1. Business majors must pass MATH 113 with at least a C minus (C-) or pass a higher-level MATH course.
    2. OPEN ELECTIVE credits must be taken such that a total of 60 credits are in the liberal arts.
    3. Since some of the courses have prerequisites, the specific program should be arranged in close collaboration with a business faculty advisor.
    4. A student receiving a grade of D in a required or elective course for the major must repeat the course.
    5. Management majors may not double major in Business with the Leadership concentration.   

Galleries

Exploring London and Paris Fashion Industry

Exploring London and Paris Fashion Industry


Students in the Global Fashion Business course traveled to two of the major fashion capitals of the world: London and Paris. Take a look at their experiences. You could be part of the next trip!
Induction to Sigma Beta Delta Honor Society ?19

Induction to Sigma Beta Delta Honor Society ’19


On March 12th, MMC celebrated Honors Day, a time dedicated to showcasing excellence and academic achievement in scholarly and creative work. The Business Division proudly inducted 13 new members into Sigma Beta Delta, the International Honors Society for Business and Management. Congratulations to the new inductees: Kevin P. April, Madison Renee Arend, Lauren Grace Ashbrook, Anthony Cocola, P.M. Eid, Mia Lauren Ferreras, Molly Elizabeth Grandel, Natalie J. Lazor, Patrick Joseph Reynolds, Annie V. Robbins- Sennewald, Alexie Kordai Thompson, Olivia Vantuno, Hailey Karenanne Zanesky.
Fashion Show 2019

Fashion Show 2019


The Business Division, alongside the Fashion Marketing Student Association (FMSA) and the Asian Students Association, celebrated the 6th Annual Fashion Show on April 10th, 2019. This year we celebrated and honored the wide range of cultures in our campus community. Students, faculty members, and staff proudly shared their cultural heritage through traditional dress. 

Photo credit: Jenna Weigard, Nicole Pavia
Exploring New York City

Exploring New York City


The NYC seminar, The Contemporary Workplace, delved into readings on New York City and its evolution from a trading center to the mega-city it is today. 

Here are some pictures of our walk through the Financial District.  From the Charging Bull at Bowling Green Station, we walked along Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange. We walked past the historic Bank of New York and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and paused by Zuccotti Park, the site of ‘Occupy Wall Street,’ during the Great Recession. 

We also visited the Museum of the City of New York to explore exhibits such as ‘NYC at its Core’ and ‘CityScapes,’ an interactive lab where visitors are encouraged to envision and design the environmentally conscious and sustainable NY City of the Future.

Everybody?s Business 2019

Everybody’s Business 2019


On March 28th, The Marymount Business Association (MBA) and the Network for Executive Women (NEW) presented the 2nd Annual MBA-NEWSpeaker Event.  During this event, students had the opportunity to listen to advice from the panelists, ask questions, and network. Among the panelist were:


Patricia Boswell ’78, 
Entrepreneur
Creator of Safonique, a plant-based laundry detergent currently sold on Amazon.com, Jet.com, ShopRite, and more

Mathew Held, Advertising
Matt’s experience spans all media, having launched numerous 360 campaigns for both pharmaceutical and consumer brands

Candice McfarlaneWriter, Branding and Marketing Expert
Developed, wrote, and produced original content for blue chip brands like Visa, McDonald’s and PepsiCo

Katherin Brisceno, Factory Manager, Nestle Waters
Katherin has 11 years’ experience in manufacturing.  She is presently the Factory Manager for Nestle Waters North America in NJ

Leslie Saladino Concors, Vice President of Sales, Upfield
15 years in Private / Private Equity owned Food Companies. Currently at Upfield, which is a carve out from Unilever

Profiles