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Business Pathways

The Business Pathways courses may count up to nine hours as electives toward the Undergraduate Business Minor. No more than one BUSA 3841 directed study may be counted toward fulfillment of the BUS electives requirement. Picking a pathway is not required and will not show up on your transcript. Instead, students are encouraged to pursue a pathway when it supports their academic interests.

Electives courses may have prerequisites; students should check the course catalog to confirm.

There are seven pathways, or collections of courses, to choose from when picking electives:

Entrepreneurship

  • ENGM 3600 Technology-Based Entrepreneurship
  • BUSA 2300 (formerly MGRL 2300) Entrepreneurship: The Business Planning Process
  • BUSA 3300 (formerly MGRL 3300) Entrepreneurial Challenge
  • BUSA 3841 (formerly MGRL 3841) Directed Study: Entrepreneurship Studio
  • SOC 3206 Creativity and Innovation in Society

Ethics

  • HODC 3232 Ethics for Human Development Professionals
  • PHIL 1100 Introduction to Business Ethics
  • PHIL 3609 Ethics and Business

Finance & Accounting

  • ECON 2300 Money and Banking
  • ECON 3200 Public Finance
  • ECON 3300 Financial Instruments and Markets
  • ECON 3610 International Finance
  • BUSA 2600 (formerly FNEC 2600) Managerial Accounting
  • BUSA 2705 (formerly FNEC 2705) Advanced Corporate Finance
  • BUSA 3605 (formerly FNEC 3605) Financial Reporting and Analysis
  • BUSA 3700 (formerly FNEC 3700) Investment Analysis
  • BUSA 3705 (formerly FNEC 3705) Financial Management
  • BUSA 3710 (formerly FNEC 3710) Corporate Valuation
  • BUSA 3841 (formerly MGRL 3841) Directed Study: Accounting Studio
  • BUSA 3841 (formerly MGRL 3841) Directed Study: Finance Studio

     

Marketing & Advertising

  • ENGM 3200 Technology Marketing
  • BUSA 3200 (formerly MGRL 3200) Advanced Marketing
  • BUSA 3841 (formerly MGRL 3841) Directed Study: Marketing Studio

Operations

  • ENGM 3000 Enterprise Systems Design
  • ENGM 3650 Operations and Supply Chain Management
  • ENGM 3700 Program and Project Management
  • BUSA 2200 (formerly MGRL 2200) Data Analysis and Presentation

Organizational Effectiveness

  • CMST 2120 Business Communication
  • HODI 3240 Effectiveness in International For-Profit Organizations
  • HODL 3204 Leadership Theory and Practice
  • HODL 3224 Analyzing Organizational Effectiveness
  • HODL 3234 Advanced Organizational Theory
  • HODL 3244 Introduction to Human Resource Development
  • HODL 3254 Human Resource Management
  • HODL 3264 Evidence-Based Practice in Organizations
  • HODL 3274 Managing Organizational Change
  • HODL 3314 Strategic Planning and Project Management
  • PSY 3605 Industrial and Organizational Psychology
  • SOC 3615 Human Behavior in Organizations

Strategy

  • ECON 2160 Strategic Analysis
  • ECON 3250 Industrial Organization
  • ECON 4260 Game Theory with Economic Applications
  • BUSA 2200 Data Analysis and Presentation
  • BUSA 3105 (formerly MGRL 3105) Negotiation
  • BUSA 3110 (formerly MGRL 3110) Business Management
  • BUSA 3255 (formerly MGRL 3255) Corporate Strategy
  • BUSA 3841 (formerly MGRL 3841) Directed Study: Strategy Studio