The Business Administration Major with a sequence allows students to focus on areas such as management, accounting, marketing, management information systems, or financial services. The Business Administration Major with a sequence permits students to freely fashion their study to meet their professional and personal needs. The curriculum contains sufficient flexibility to meet most needs and expectations of the students, both those who intend to go on to graduate school and those who seek immediate entrance into the profession. The Business Administration program is accredited by IACBE.
Courses Required for the Major in Business Administration
|Course # Title||Course # Title|
|ACC 101 Principles of Accounting||BUS 360 Mgmt of Human Resources|
|BUS 205 Macroeconomics||BUS 371 Business Financial Mgmt.|
|BUS 206 Microeconomics||BUS 415 International Business|
|BUS 208 Principles of Management||MIS 110 Intro to Information Systems|
|BUS 269 Principles of Marketing|
|BUS 300 Quantitative Methods I|
|BUS 306 Organizational Behavior|
|BUS 352 Business Law|
Select 5 courses (15 credits) from one of the following areas:
Management Sequence Courses
BUS 307 Management Science
Marketing Sequence Courses
BUS 304 Sales and Sales Management
MIS Sequence Courses
MIS 101 Programming I
Health Care Management Sequence Courses
HCM 101 Introduction to Health Systems
The select specialization is available only to transfer students with a minimum of 12 completed credit hours (grade of "C-" or better) in a business-related field not offered at Misericordia University. Students with credits in a business-related field not offered at Misericordia University may apply these credits as a sequence in the business administration major.
General Business Specialization
Five non-core 300 and 400 level BUS, ACC and MIS courses (minimum 15 credits) for which the prerequisites have been met.
A review of the student's transcript will determine which courses completed at other institutions are equivalent to the course requirements. In addition to completing the major courses, students will be required to complete additional liberal arts electives as part of the core curriculum.
Total credits for degree completion: 121