SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION - UNDERGRADUATE
www.bus.miami.edu

INTRODUCTION

The School of Business Administration offers courses leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) and Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA). Undergraduate degrees in business are administered by the Vice Dean, Undergraduate Business Education.

MISSION

The mission of the University of Miami School of Business Administration is to provide an environment in which the creation and dissemination of business knowledge can flourish.

Back to top

ACCREDITATION

The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and the Bachelor and Master of Business Administration as well as the undergraduate and graduate Accounting programs are fully accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, International (AACSB – International).

Back to top

ACADEMIC POLICIES

Student Responsibilities

• Students in the School of Business Administration are responsible for planning their own programs and for meeting degree requirements;

• It is the student’s responsibility to understand fully, and to comply with all the provisions of this Bulletin and written changes to their program of study;

• Students are provided assistance by academic advisors and faculty members;

• Requests for deviation from department, program, or school requirements are granted only by written approval from the Vice Dean or respective department chairperson;

• Information regarding appeal procedures and special requests relative to academic matters is available in Merrick 104, School of Business Administration, Office of Undergraduate Business Education.


• Students who are in violation of the provisions of this Bulletin may be withdrawn unilaterally by appropriate School officials from classes, deleted as Business students, and/or have a “STOP”  placed upon their future enrollment;

• Students who are disruptive in class as determined by assigned faculty and the appropriate Vice Dean will be dropped from the class;

Admission to the School of Business Administration 

Admission to the University for undergraduate study as a freshman is sufficient to be granted admission to the School of Business Administration. However, strong quantitative skills are typically needed for success.  Admitted students may select an intended major and optional minor(s). Students who do not state an intended major are listed as undeclared in business.

Transfer Student Admission

The transfer applicant must submit a satisfactory academic record in compliance with the standards of the University of Miami, Office of Admission.  All previous transfer courses must be from an accredited institution.  The applicant must be in good academic standing at all institutions previously attended with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0.  A minimum grade of “C” (2.0) must be earned in transfer courses, unless otherwise stated, in order for credit to be awarded. All grades earned in transfer courses are used to determine the overall cumulative grade point average. This includes repeated courses under a forgiveness policy at previous institutions.

All applicants to the School of Business Administration must have completed and received college credit for a calculus course and earned a grade of “B” or better.  The calculus course must be evaluated by submitting the syllabus and textbook title for review to the Director of Advising, Undergraduate Business Education.in the School of Business Administration.

Any business course that is from a non-AACSB accredited institution will be accepted as electives toward the degree requirements. An applicant may appeal the decision by submitting the syllabus and textbook title to the appropriate department for review.

Transfer coursework must meet the specific curriculum requirements as determined by the Office of Undergraduate Business Education. Note that transfer students must complete 50 percent of the total Business Foundation and Professional Business Core and 50 percent of all major and all minor courses at the University of Miami.
It is strongly recommended that transfer applicants meet the following requirements at the time of transfer application:
• One semester of microeconomics (ECO 211), which may also be fulfilled by:
o A score of “3” on the AP Microeconomics exam;
o A score of “5”  on the IB Higher Level Economics exam;
o A course equivalent to microeconomics as determined by the Department of Economics.

• One semester of financial accounting (ACC211), which may also be fulfilled by:
o A course equivalent to Financial Accounting as determined by the Department of Accounting.

• One semester of statistics (MAS201), which may also be fulfilled by:
o A score of “4” on the AP Statistics exam;
o A course equivalent to Introduction to Business Statistics as determined by the Department of Management Science.
It is strongly recommended that transfer applicants applying with 60 semester hours or more meet the following requirements at the time of transfer application:
• Two semesters of introductory economics, Micro and Macro (ECO211 and ECO212), which may also be fulfilled by:
o A score of “3” on the AP Micro and/or Macroeconomics exam;
o A score of “5”  on the IB Higher Level Economics exam awards credit in Microeconomics;
o A score of “6” on the IB Higher Level Economics exam awards credit in Micro- and Macroeconomics;
o A course equivalent to Microeconomics or Macroeconomics as determined by the Department of Economics.

• One semester of financial accounting (ACC211), which may also be fulfilled by:
o A course equivalent to Financial Accounting as determined by the Department of Accounting.

• One semester of managerial accounting (ACC212) which may also be fulfilled by:
o A course equivalent to Managerial Accounting as determined by the Department of Accounting.

• One semester of statistics (MAS201), which may also be fulfilled by:
o A score of “4” on the AP Statistics exam;
o A course equivalent to Introduction to Business Statistics as determined by the Department of Management Science;
o A second semester of statistics (MAS202) is strongly recommended, which may be fulfilled by a course equivalent to Intermediate Business Statistics as determined by the Department of Management Science.

Academic Progress and Probation 

• The School of Business Administration will review each student’s record at the end of each semester;

• When a student’s semester or cumulative average is less than 2.0, or progress toward degree completion is unsatisfactory, the student will be placed on academic probation or warning in accordance with the University’s or School of Business Administration’s policies and procedures;

• Full-time business students who are not completing sufficient courses to graduate after ten regular semesters of enrollment are deemed not to be making satisfactory academic progress;

• The extent to which a student’s record is below a 2.0 average determines the severity of the sanction, i.e., warning, academic probation, or dismissal;

• Students on probation are not permitted to enroll in more than 13 semester hours and may have a “STOP” placed upon their future enrollment until grades for work-in-progress are reviewed.


Academic Dismissal

• Business students may be dismissed in accordance with the University’s or School of Business Administration’s Dismissal Standards;

• Additionally, a student in the School of Business Administration whose grade point average or progress toward degree completion falls below the level of the minimum standards may be dismissed;

• Students will be precluded from continuing their studies in a major or courses if they do not have the specified grade point average or grades for the major or courses;

• A student who is precluded from continuing as an undergraduate business student because of failure to satisfactorily complete the required business foundation courses or to attain a high enough grade point average is not considered as having been academically dismissed from the University. Accordingly, such students may apply to another School or College and if accepted, continue as students at the University of Miami.

Freshman Repeat Rule (FRR)

The Freshman Repeat Rule (FRR) allows a student who receives a “D” or an “F” in a course taken at the University of Miami within the student’s first thirty semester hours or first two regular semesters of college work, to repeat up to two such courses within the following two semesters. After the course has been repeated, only the second grade earned will be used in the computation of the student’s cumulative grade point average.  However, the initial grade remains on the record, although the initial grade does not count as credits attempted or earned at the University of Miami.

The following policy is applied specifically to business students using the University’s Freshman Repeat Rule (FRR):

• The student’s academic standing is based upon the current grades being counted as credits attempted or earned;

• Students who repeat a course not under the provisions of the FRR are administered using the University General Repeat Rule;

• Students desiring to implement the policy must complete the FRR Request Form which is available in the School of Business Administration, Office of Undergraduate Business Education;

• The summer sessions are not counted as a semester in computing the two semesters in which a student may elect to repeat a course with a “D” or “F” grade. Additionally, a student who initially enters the University in the spring semester may repeat courses with a “D” or “F” grade taken in the summer sessions following initial enrollment without having the summer sessions count as one of the first two semesters;

• For additional information about the FRR, consult an Undergraduate Business Academic Advisor.


Readmission

The requirements for readmission may be viewed in the General Information section of this Bulletin. The following special conditions are in effect for the School of Business Administration:

• Students requesting readmission who were previously dismissed for academic reasons or who had below a 2.0 cumulative grade point average must present adequate evidence that the conditions and/or factors that caused their prior poor academic performance have changed sufficiently and that there is a reasonable expectation of satisfactory performance if they are permitted to resume study in the School of Business Administration;

• Additionally, students with prior unsatisfactory academic records who are readmitted may have conditions placed upon their readmission;

• Students requesting readmission who have earned 30 or more credits, unless otherwise specified, must have completed a calculus course with a grade of C or higher.

• Failure to satisfactorily accomplish the stated conditions may result in the student not being permitted to register for future semesters.

Changes to Academic Requirements

The School of Business Administration reserves the right to change academic requirements to include course offerings, grades, and grade point averages, to ensure that students are receiving the latest knowledge and are maintaining standards necessary to be professionally competitive. Changes are transmitted to students either by written or electronic notice, or by academic advisors or mentors.

Back to top

REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION

Residency Requirements

A candidate for the BBA or BSBA degree must complete the last 45 semester hours consecutively and exclusively in degree-seeking status in residence at the School of Business Administration, University of Miami, as well as meet the graduation requirements as listed in Degree Programs. Credit by examination may not be used to meet the residency requirement. In addition, a minimum of 120 semester hours is required for graduation, not including ENG103, or MTH099.  The last 56 semester hours must be taken at a four-year institution.

Age of Credits

Credits more than 12 years old are not recognized for degree purposes.

Grade Point Average

Students must earn a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0 on all undergraduate courses and a grade point average of at least 2.0 on all undergraduate courses taken at the University of Miami. Some majors require a higher grade point average.  It is the student’s responsibility to be familiar with the grade point requirement for their respective major.

Percentage of Credits at UM required

At least fifty percent of the total semester hours required in the Business Foundation, Professional Business Core, and the major and minor must be completed at the University of Miami.  Considered separately, fifty percent of the semester hours required in the major only and/or minor only must be completed at the University of Miami.

Back to top

DEGREE PROGRAMS

BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (BBA)

Areas of Study

All BBA majors must complete areas A, B, C, D, E, F, and G as listed below. All courses except area E must be taken for graded credit.

A.  BUSINESS FOUNDATION (39 Semester Hours)
ACC211* Principles of Financial Accounting
ACC212 Managerial Accounting
BSL212 Introduction to Business Law
CIS150* Business Analytics
ECO211* Economic Principles and Problems – Microeconomics
ECO212 Economic Principles and Problems – Macroeconomics
ENG105* English Composition I
ENG106* English Composition II
MAS 110* Quantitative Applications in Business (Business Calculus)
MAS201* Introduction to Business Statistics
MAS202 Intermediate Business Statistics
MGT100* F.I.R.S.T. Step
MKT201 Fundamentals of Marketing

*Classes marked with an asterisk must be completed BEFORE beginning the Professional Business Core courses.

Unless otherwise specified, MAS110 and MAS201 must be completed with a “C-” or better.

ALL Business Foundation courses must be completed before entering any business major and/or minor course work.

B.  PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS CORE (21 Semester Hours)
CIS410 Information Systems and Technology
ECO302 Micro Economic Theory
FIN302 Fundamentals of Finance
MGT303 Operations Management
MGT304 Organizational Behavior
MGT401 Strategic Management (Must be taken in final semester)
CORE ELECTIVE   Any course at 300 level or higher from the School of Business Administration or any course at the 300 level or higher in a modern language.
    C.  GENERAL EDUCATION (30 Semester Hours)
ENG230 Advanced Business Writing
Fine Art
Humanities
Literature From Department of English
Natural World (6 Semester Hours)
People and Society (6 Semester Hours)
Philosophy or Religion
General Education Elective (From outside the School of Business Administration)

    D.  MAJOR AND MINOR REQUIREMENTS
All students must complete the requirements for at least one major in one of the areas of specialization. Additionally, students may elect to complete a minor in an area of specialization distinctly different from their major. The minor may be in an area of specialization offered by the School of Business Administration or by another school or college of the University. The major and minor requirements are specified by each department. All specialization (major/minor) requirements must be taken for a grade and completed with a grade of “C-” or higher with an overall grade point average in all major and minor courses attempted of at least a 2.0 unless a higher grade or grade point average is prescribed for a specific major or minor.

Dual Business Majors in distinctly different areas of specialization are also possible, pending proper scheduling. The only specialized courses that can be counted toward both majors or a major and a minor are those courses specifically listed by number as required for both majors and/or minors. The courses of choice required for one major or minor may not be utilized to satisfy requirements for a second major or minor.

Business students may choose to pursue a second major (also referred to as a co-major) from the College of Arts and Sciences.  No courses used to satisfy a co-major may be used to satisfy a business major or minor.  Courses used to satisfy a co-major may, however, also be used to satisfy a general education requirement or the General Education Elective.

Students in other colleges and schools desiring a major in the School of Business Administration must complete all requirements for both degrees and majors.  A student in another School or College at the University of Miami pursuing a business degree as a “second degree,” must meet the requirements for transfer to the School of Business.

Students are required to declare their majors and minors with the Office of Undergraduate Business Education prior to the start of their senior year. Students are advised that it often takes more than the minimum 120 semester hours to complete a minor or second major.


Majors and Minors for the BBA Degree

Major Areas of Specialization Responsible Department
Accounting (ACC) ACC
Computer Information Systems (CIS) CIS
Economics (ECO) ECO
Entrepreneurship (ENT) MGT
Finance (FIN) FIN
Health Sector Management & Policy (HSMP) MGT
Human Resource Management (HRM) MGT
International Finance and Marketing (IFM) FIN
Legal Studies (LST) BSL
Management (MGT) MGT
Marketing (MKT) MKT
Real Estate (REA) FIN

Minor Areas of Specialization Responsible Department
Accounting (ACCB) ACC
Business Law (BSL) BSL
Computer Information Systems (CIS) CIS
Economics (ECOB) ECO
Entrepreneurship (ENBH & ENBT) MGT
Finance (FIN) FIN
Health Sector Management and Policy (HSMP) MGT
International Business (IBUB) Undergraduate Business Education
Management (MGTB) MGT
Marketing (MKTB) MKT

Minors offered by other colleges and schools
Please see the college, school, or department section within the Bulletin.
 
E.  ELECTIVES (as needed to meet the minimum 120 semester hours)
All undergraduate courses offered by the University may be used as free electives with the following exceptions:

• Not more than eight semester hours in applied music including band may be used;

• Courses taken in the following subjects require approval of the Vice Dean: athletic, physical and recreational activity courses offered in Kinesiology, Paralegal Studies, Vocal Performance and Teaching and Learning;

• ENG103 - Basic Writing Skills and MTH099 - Intermediate Algebra are offered but do not count toward degree requirements although the grade earned in the respective course is calculated into the cumulative grade point average;

• Any science course taken as an elective and used for preparing for entrance to medical school must be taken for a grade.
    F.  WRITING ACROSS THE CURRICULUM
Four of five writing courses required are provided within the degree requirements by the completion of BSL212, ENG230, one literature course, and MGT401. A fifth writing course is needed to complete University writing requirements.

    G.  INTERNATIONAL FOCUS WITHIN THE CURRICULUM
At least one course with an international focus must be completed within the degree requirements. The acceptability of the course is determined by the academic advisor.

Back to top
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (BSBA)

Areas of Study
The BSBA degree in the School of Business Administration emphasizes quantitative foundation courses.  All BSBA majors in the School of Business must complete areas A, B, C, D, E, F, and G as listed below. All courses except area E must be taken for graded credit.

A. BUSINESS FOUNDATION (44 Semester Hours)

ACC211* Principles of Financial Accounting
ACC212 Managerial Accounting
BSL212 Introduction to Business Law
CIS150* Business Analytics
ECO211* Economic Principles and Problems – Microeconomics
ECO212 Economic Principles and Problems – Macroeconomics
ENG105* English Composition I
ENG106* English Composition II
MAS311* Applied Probability and Statistics
MAS312 Statistical Methods and Quality Control
MTH161* Calculus I
MTH162* Calculus II
MGT100*  F.I.R.S.T. Step
MKT201 Foundations of Marketing
*Courses marked with an asterisk must be completed before entering the Professional Business Core courses.
All Business Foundation courses must be completed before entering business major course work
    B.  PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS CORE (21 Semester Hours)
CIS320 Introduction to Programming (Or any other programming course)
ECO302 Micro Economic Theory
ECO430 Applied Econometrics
FIN302 Fundamentals of Finance
MGT303 Operations Management
MGT304 Organizational Behavior
MGT401 Strategic Management (Must be taken in final semester)
CORE ELECTIVE Any course at 300 level or higher from the School of Business Administration or any course at the 300 level or higher in a modern language.
 
C.  GENERAL EDUCATION (23-24 Semester Hours)
ENG230 Advanced Business Writing
Fine Art
Humanities
Literature From Department of English
Natural World (8-9 semester hours with or without labs)
Philosophy or Religion

    D.  MAJOR AND MINOR REQUIREMENTS

All students must complete the requirements for at least one major in one of the areas of specialization. Additionally, students may elect to complete a minor in an area of specialization distinctly different from their major. The minor may be in an area of specialization offered by the School of Business Administration or by another school or college of the University. The major and minor requirements are specified by each department. All specialization (major/minor) requirements must be taken for a grade and completed with a grade of “C-” or higher with an overall grade point average in all major and minor courses attempted of at least a 2.0 unless a higher grade or grade point average is prescribed for a specific major or minor.

Dual Business Majors in distinctly different areas of specialization are also possible, pending proper scheduling. The only specialized courses that can be counted toward both majors or a major and a minor are those courses specifically listed by number as required for both majors and/or minors. The courses of choice required for one major or minor may not be utilized to satisfy requirements for a second major or minor.

Business students may choose to pursue a second major (also referred to as a co-major) from the College of Arts and Sciences.  No courses used to satisfy a co-major may be used to satisfy a business major or minor.  Courses used to satisfy a co-major may be used, however, to satisfy a general education requirement or the General Education Elective.

Students in other colleges and schools desiring a major in the School of Business Administration must complete all requirements for both degrees and majors. A student in another School or College at the University of Miami pursuing a business degree as a “second degree,” must meet the requirements for transfer to the School of Business.

Students are required to declare their majors and minors with the Office of Undergraduate Business Education prior to the start of their senior year. Students are advised that it often takes more than the minimum 120 semester hours to complete a minor or second major.

Majors and Minors for the BSBA Degree

Major Areas of Specialization Responsible Department
Accounting (ACCS) ACC
Computer Information Systems (CISS) CIS
Economics (ECOS) ECO
Entrepreneurship (ENTS) MGT
Finance (FINS) FIN
Health Sector Management & Policy (HSMP) MGT
Human Resource Management (HRMS) MGT
International Finance and Marketing (IFMS) FIN
Legal Studies (LSTS) BSL
Management (MGTS) MGT
Management Science (MASS) MAS
Marketing (MKTS) MKT
Real Estate (REAS) FIN

Minor Areas of Specialization Responsible Department:
Accounting (ACCB) ACC
Business Law (BSL) BSL
Computer Information Systems (CIS) CIS
Economics (ECOB) ECO
Entrepreneurship (ENBH & ENBT) MGT
Finance (FIN) FIN
Health Sector Management and Policy (HSMP) MGT
International Business (IBUB) Undergraduate Business Education
Management (MGTB) MGT
Management Science (MASB) MAS
Marketing (MKTB) MKT
Minors offered by other colleges and schools
Please see the college, school, or department section within the Bulletin.

    E.  ELECTIVES (as needed to meet the minimum 120 semester hours)
All undergraduate courses offered by the University may be used as free electives with the following exceptions:

• Not more than eight semester hours in applied music including band can be used;

• Courses taken in the following subjects require prior approval of the Vice Dean: athletic, physical and recreational activity courses offered in Kinesiology, Paralegal Studies, Vocal Performance and Teaching and Learning;

• ENG103 - Basic Writing Skills and MTH099 - Intermediate Algebra are offered but do not count toward degree requirements although the grade earned in the respective course is calculated into the cumulative grade point average;

• Any science course taken as an elective and used for preparing for entrance to medical school must be taken for a grade.


    F.  WRITING ACROSS THE CURRICULUM
Four of five writing courses required are provided within the degree requirements by the completion of BSL212, ENG230, one literature course, and MGT401. A fifth writing course is needed to complete University writing requirements.

    G.  INTERNATIONAL FOCUS WITHIN THE CURRICULUM
At least one course with an international focus must be completed within the degree requirements. The acceptability of the course is determined by the academic advisor.

Back to top

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MINOR

IBUB MINOR
The International Business minor provides business students an interdisciplinary perspective of international business to augment their studies in other areas of specialization. The International Business minor consists of 12 semester hours as follows:
Core Courses - Choose two, three, or four courses from the following:
ACC523
FIN330
MGT349
MGT459
MKT360

Breadth Elective Courses - Choose one or two courses to equal 12 total semester hours for the IBUB minor from:
BSL412 ECO442 POL346 POL381 POL392
ECO351 FIN431 POL347 POL384 POL544 POL591
ECO371 MGT359 POL348 POL385 POL582 POL593
ECO441 MKT469 POL380 POL387 POL588

The IBUB Minor may not be taken by students with the IFM major.
Student must complete all prerequisite courses before enrolling in required IBUB courses.

MINORS FOR NON-BUSINESS MAJORS (12-15 Semester Hours for Minor)

The School of Business Administration offers students in other schools and colleges of the University minors in:

Minor Areas of Specialization Responsible Department
Business Administration (BUA) Undergraduate Business Education
Business Law (BSL) BSL
Computer Information Systems (CIS) CIS
Economics (ECO) ECO
Entrepreneurship (ENT) MGT
Finance (FIN) FIN
Health Sector Management and Policy (HSMP) MGT
Management (MGT) MGT
Marketing (MKT) MKT

The International Business minor, the Accounting minor and the Management Science minor (BSBA degree only) are offered only to majors in the School of Business Administration.

Students interested in completing a minor offered by the School of Business Administration should consult with an academic advisor in the school or college of their major to determine if a minor in business is acceptable. The student must consult with an academic advisor in the Office of Undergraduate Business Education for assistance in planning the minor. All courses within the minor must be taken for a grade and completed with a grade of “C-” or higher and with an overall grade point average of at least 2.0 in all minor courses unless a higher grade or grade point average is prescribed by the minor department. All courses in the minor department in which the student enrolls will count toward the minor grade point average.

The Business Administration Minor (BUA) consists of four courses (12 semester hours).

The required courses are:
ACC211 Principles of Financial Accounting
MGT304 Organizational Behavior
FIN300 Finance for Non-Business Majors
MKT301 Marketing Foundations

Note: A student must have 30 earned semester hours before enrolling in ACC211.  Additionally, a student must have 60 earned semester hours before enrolling in the respective FIN, MGT, or MKT courses. ACC211 should be the first course taken for the BUA minor.

For a listing of the course requirements for other minors, consult the Bulletin section for the department that offers the minor.

Back to top

HONORS

DEPARTMENTAL HONORS IN BUSINESS

Graduation with Departmental Business Honors requires:

• A 3.9 g.p.a. in Business School courses at the end of the junior year

• Completion of a 3-credit research project during the entire senior year on a topic that is of interest to both the faculty member supervising the research and the student responsible for completing it. The depth of the project must be consistent with the time requirements of a 3-credit upper-level class in the supervising department.

• A 3.9 g.p.a. in all Business School courses at graduation.

Students who double major can complete their research project in either major department.  Students in combined majors (ENT, HSMP, IFM, REA) can complete their research project in any department within the major.  Students who have a minor can complete their research project in either their major or minor departments.

The 3-credit research project class is taken for credit only and will not count towards the 120 hours required for graduation. 
Students who begin a research project but do not complete it will be retroactively withdrawn from the research course. Students receive credit for the project only if the work is deemed to be of exceptional quality, consistent with the workload of a 3-credit upper-level independent study course, and worthy of a designation that is only open to the top 1% of Business School undergraduates.

Deadlines and procedures for the projects are available in the Office of Undergraduate Education and in department offices.

GENERAL HONORS PROGRAM, UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI

Eligible students are invited to join the University’s General Honors Program.  A total of 24 semester hours of designated honors credits is required.  A 3.5 cumulative grade point average must also be maintained in all honors courses.

For details, consult an academic advisor in the Office of Undergraduate Business Education and the University Honors Program Office.

GENERAL BUSINESS HONORS, SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Business students who are members of the General Honors Program of the University, are completing the required 24 hours for that program, and have demonstrated superior performance in the School of Business may receive academic advantages, certain privileges, and recognition by participation in and successful completion of General Business Honors.

General Business Honors requires that 15 of the 24 semester hours are business courses taken in sections designated as “Honors.”
Strategic Management, MGT401 (at the Honors section), must be one of the 5 courses.

Examples of other business courses frequently offered in honors sections are:
BSL212 Introduction to Business Law
ECO211 Economic Principles and Problems (microeconomics)
ECO212 Economic Principles and Problems (macroeconomics)
ECO302 Micro Economic Theory
FIN302 Fundamentals of Finance

MGT304 Organizational Behavior
MKT201 Foundations of Marketing

In addition, a 3.5 cumulative grade point average must be maintained in all honors business courses to receive the notation, “General Business Honors” on the diploma and transcript.

For details, consult an academic advisor in the Office of Undergraduate Business Education and the University Honors Program Office.


GRADUATION HONORS

• Students who qualify based on their cumulative grade point average and class rank will graduate with cum laude, magna cum laude or summa cum laude honors.

• For details consult an academic advisor in the Office of Undergraduate Business Education and the University Honors Program Office.

BUSINESS HONORS SOCIETIES

Students may be nominated for or elected into an honors society based on specific departmental criteria. Contact the department for additional information.

Beta Gamma Sigma (Highest Honors in Business) (Undergraduate Business Education)
Beta Alpha Psi (Department of Accounting)

OTHER HONORS

Omicron Delta Epsilon (Department of Economics)
Hyperion Council (Undergraduate Business Education