Requirements

Business, Management, Economics

All BME degrees need: 

  • Math/ Statistics
  • Management Information Systems/ Computer applications
  • Economics
  • Business Ethics
  • Org Behavior/ Ind Psych
  • Diversity/ Int Econ or Bus/ Globalization/ Global Econ/ Int HRM

Business Admin

  • Macroecon
  • Microecon
  • Accounting
  • Finance
  • Management
  • Marketing
  • Business Law/ Legal env
  • Capstone: Strat Manag’t/  Business Policy/ Small Business

Management

  • Principles of management/ History of management / Management theory / Leadership theory / Managerial leadership
  • Accounting / Finance / Marketing / Leadership theory / Managerial leadership / Operations management / Project management.
  • Organizational behavior/ Psychology / Statistics / HRM
  • Business ethics / Cross-cultural management / Diversity / Globalization / International business
  • Capstone: Strat Manag’t/ Small business management/ Organizational development and change / Nonprofit management

Finance

  • Accounting
  • Microecon and Macro
  • Business Law
  • Corporate Finance /  Financial Management
  • Money and Banking / Financial Markets, Institutions and International Finance
  • Investments/ Security Analysis / Portfolio Management
  • Statistics / Business analytics / Data analysis

Human Resource Management

  • Comp & benefits
  • Hiring and staffing /  Recruitment and selection
  • Training & development/ The learning org
  • Employee relations / Labor-management relations
  • Elective: Employment & labor law / Diversity / Dispute resolution / International HRM / HR information systems/ Change or performance management / Labor economics
  • Elective: accounting / finance / management / marketing / info systems.

Accounting

  • Accnt’g principles
  • Cost accounting
  • Intermed accnt’g I
  • Intermed accnt’g II
  • Income Taxes
  • Advanced Accnt’g
  • Auditing
  • Microecon
  • Bus Law/ Finance/ Stats/ Info Systems/ Computer Science

Read CPA requirements and ESC CPA info 

Marketing

  • Marketing research
  • Consumer behavior
  • Marketing management
  • Marketing communications

Economics

  • Macro and Micro intro
  • Macro and Micro interm
  • Econometrics/ Advanced data analysis
  • Two advanced econ electives

Community and Human Services 

All CHS degrees need:

  • Intro to human services/ History of Social Welfare/ Social Institutions/ Social Change
  • Psychology/ Human Behavior/ Human development/ Development theory
  • Human Services & Public Policy/ Moral, ethical or legal issues
  • Impact on individuals and communities of economic, political, biological, environmental factors

Criminal Justice

  • Intro or Issues in CJ
  • Constitutional Issues in CJ/ Death Penalty/ Constitution & CJ (beyond NYPD training)
  • Ethics in Law Enforcement/ Multicultural Issues in CJ
  • CJ Planning & Policy Analysis (optional)

Human Service Management 

  • Supervision & management in human service
  • Case management

Health & Hum Services 

  • Community health
  • Managed care

Counseling 

  • Multicultural Counseling
  • Interviewing and Counseling Techniques

Social Theory, POLITICAL SCIENCE degree

  • Intro to political Science
  • American government
  • Comparative politics/Regional study
  • International Relations
  • Modern political thought
  • Public policy

The Arts, all degrees

  • History of art form- theater, music, etc
  • Theoretical and philosophical issues
  • Diverse cultural perspectives in art
  • Current developments and critical perspectives
  • Research skills
  • Technical proficiency
  • Ability to formulate critical judgments

Educational Studies, all degrees

  • Human development
  • History of education in the U.S.
  • Comparative Foundations of Education (most degrees)
  • Learning Theories
  • Instructional Strategies
  • Curricular Design
  • Diversity Issues
  • Uses of technology
  • Social context of learning/ Education and Society
  • Methods of inquiry

Historical Studies, all degrees

  • Historical methods/Historiography
  • Survey of Global History (I and II)
  • A non-western study
  • A regional or local history
  • Studies in specific concentration (American history, Asian history, Latin American etc)

Cultural Studies, concentration in Religious Studies

  • Religions of the East and West
  • History of Religion
  • Religion through social sciences
  • Religious themes and practices
  • Religion as moral or ethical force in society
  • Critical study of sacred texts and practices

Human Development, concentration in Psychology

  • Psychology
  • Quantitative research methods
  • Social psychology / Lifespan development
  • Experimental Psychology

Science, Math, Technology, concentration in Computer Science

  • Discrete math
  • Calculus (recommended)

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