BS in Management Curriculum

To be granted the bachelor of science degree in management from the School of Management, students must complete the following courses:

Liberal Arts

  • CQS 112. Statistics for Management**
  • ECON 160. Microeconomics
  • ECON 162. Macroeconomics
  • MATH 221 or 220. Calculus

Electives 
to include General Education coursework, a second composition courses and a minimum of 3 courses at the intermediate or advanced Level.


School of Management

Core Requirements:

  • CQS 111. Computer Tools for Management
  • CQS 311. Advanced Computer Tools
  • MIS 311. Management Information Systems
  • OPM 311. Operations Management
  • ACCT 211-212. Financial and Managerial Accounting
  • BL&S 111. Legal Environment of Management I
  • IBUS 311. World of Business
  • MGMT 311. Organizational Behavior
  • MKTG 311. Introduction to Marketing

  • FIN 311. Financial Management
  • MGMT 411. Global Strategic Management


To view course descriptions of management courses, please visit the Binghamton University Bulletin website.

 

Concentration:

Minimum number of four hour courses - 3

Each student in this degree program may elect one or more of the following concentrations:

  • Consulting and Leadership
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Finance
  • Financial Engineering
  • Marketing
  • Global Management
  • Management Information Systems
  • General Management
  • Supply Chain Management

 

Electives or second concentration:

Minimum number of four-hour courses: 3

*Students must take two writing-emphasis courses(C) in liberal arts to fulfill the writing requirement. The term "introductory level" refers to those courses for which there are no prerequisites and/or courses numbered below 300. A course with no prerequisite and a number below 300, but specified as being intermediate or advanced in nature by the department teaching the course, may be used as a non-introductory elective.

**SOM strongly recommends that students take CQS 112 as their required course in statistics. No more than one introductory statistics course may count toward the degree.

 

Suggested Curricula

 

General Education at Binghamton


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Last Updated: 3/6/14