CURRICULUM & COURSES

The program in management provides students the opportunity to develop either a behavioral or quantitative emphasis in the areas of general management. Those desiring the quantitative emphasis are also provided the opportunity to minor in quantitative methods.

Requirements for a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management

The following table summarizes all requirements for a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management. For an overview of a particular course, click on its title. Our Course Descriptions page lists all management courses. For one possible breakdown of the major by semester, see the Plan of Study below.

 Requirements    Credits 
 Management Courses
36
     MGT 301. Management and Organizational Behavior
     MGT 306. Production and Operations Management
     MGT 310. International Management
     MGT 322. Introduction to Management Science
     MGT 413. Business Policy
     BIS 420. Information and Decision Support Systems
     BI 302A. Management Internship
     Management Electives*
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
9
   
 Other Business Courses
 24
     ACCT 201. Introduction to Financial Accounting
     ACCT 202. Introduction to Managerial Accounting
     BLX 210. Business Law I
     QMX 212. Statistical Applications for Business
     MKT 301. Introduction to Marketing
     FIN 301. Corporation Finance
     BIS 310. Business Information Systems
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
   
 Non-Business Courses
60
Economics
     ECO 101. Microeconomic Principles
     ECO 102. Macroeconomic Principles
Quantitative Reasoning
     MATH 121. Finite Mathematics for Management & Social Sciences**
     MATH 122. Calculus for Management & Social Sciences**
     QMX 211. Introduction to Statistics
Technology
     IT 120. Introduction to Computers
Clare College (Core Curriculum at St. Bonaventure)
     CLAR 101. The Intellectual Journey
     CLAR 110. Composition and Critical Thinking I
     CLAR 111. Composition and Critical Thinking II
     Core Area Courses:
          CLAR 103. Foundations of the Western World
          CLAR 105. Inquiry in the Social World
          CLAR 206. Foundational Religious Texts of the Western World
          CLAR 207. The Catholic-Franciscan Heritage
          CLAR 208. World Views
          CLAR 209. Arts and Literature
          CLAR 302. Inquiry in the Natural World & CLRL 302. Lab
          CLAR 304. The Good Life
     CLAR 401. The University Forum
Non-Business Electives

3
3

3
3
3

3

3
3
3

3
3
3
3
3
3
4
3
2
6
   
 TOTAL  120

Plan of Study for a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management

Changes in the sequence of the plan of study below may be desirable. These must be made in consultation with the student’s academic adviser. To see the title of a course in the plan of study, simply pass the cursor over the course's number. To see an overview of a course, click on its number. A list of all management courses is found on our Course Descriptions page.

 FIRST YEAR
 Fall Semester  Credits  Spring Semester
Credits
CLAR 101
MATH 121**
CLAR 110
ACCT 201
IT 120/Core Area Course
UNIV 101
3
3
3
3
3
1
MATH 122**
ECO 101
CLAR 111
ACCT 202
IT 120/Core Area Course
3
3
3
3
3
 Total
16 Total
15
       
 SECOND YEAR
 Fall Semester
Credits
Spring Semester
Credits
ECO 102
QMX 211
Core Area Course
Core Area Course
MKT 301/MGT 301/FIN 301
3
3
3
3
3
MKT 301/MGT 301/FIN 301
MKT 301/MGT 301/FIN 301
BIS 310
QMX 212
Core Area Course
3
3
3
3
3
 Total 15 Total
15
       
 THIRD YEAR
 Fall Semester
Credits
Spring Semester
Credits
MGT 322
MSC Elective*
BLX 210
Non-business Elective
Core Area Course
3
3
3
3
3
MGT 306
MGT 310
Non-business Elective
Core Area Course
General Elective
3
3
3
3
3
 Total 15
Total
15
       
 FOURTH YEAR: BBA STUDENTS:
 Fall Semester
Credits
Spring Semester
Credits
BI 302 A
MGT 413
CLAR 401
Core Area Course
MGT Elective*
3
3
2
4
3
BIS 420
MGT Elective*
General Elective
Core Area Course
General Elective
3
3
3
3
3
 Total 15
Total
15
* Management Major Electives: Two courses or at least six credits required among: BIS 320, BIS 335, MGT 324, MGT 329, MGT 330, MGT 401, MGT 416, MGT 419, MGT 422, MGT 430, MGT 431, MGT 498, MGT 499, or BI 302B. Three additional credits required from any of the MGT electives above or ACCT 308, ACCT 305, ACCT 420, FIN 321, FIN 421, FIN 461, MKT 302, MKT 402, MKT 405 or BI 300A.

** May substitute MATH 151 for MATH 121 and MATH 122. The remaining credits must be from non-business courses.

Management Concentrations

Four concentrations are available to management majors. A management major wishing to declare one of these concentrations must complete the following 9 credits for their Management electives:

Requirements for a minor in Management

For non-majors, the following courses constitute a minor in management. For an overview of a particular course, click on its title. Our Course Descriptions page lists all management courses.

A student must complete the following 18 credit hours:

To declare a minor, a special form must be filed with the Records Office by the end of the student's junior year. Interested students should see their adviser.