School of Business and Entrepreneurship

The School of Business and Entrepreneurship prepares students for careers in business as they acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to function as professionals, entrepreneurs, and visionary leaders in the business world.

The School offers the following degree programs:

The Bachelor of Science degree programs are designed to provide students with the requisite knowledge to pursue managerial careers in a competitive and challenging private business environment, public sectors, non-governmental sectors, as well as in new start-ups. The Bachelor of Science degrees provide a general business body of knowledge which covers the core business areas: Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Management, Statistics/Quantitative Analysis and Economics.

Graduates of the School of Business and Entrepreneurship are prepared to pursue careers in Accounting, Marketing, Commercial and Investment Banking, Central Banking, Treasury Management, among many others.

Bachelor of Science Degree Program Requirements

All SBE students must complete the University wide required General Education Program requirements. These courses are designed to give the student broad coverage in writing and reading courses in English, Mathematics, Arts and Humanities, Social and Behavioral Sciences, World Civilizations, Information Technology, Natural and Physical Sciences, among others
 
Due to the unique course pre-requisites in the business curricula, it is strongly recommended that SBE students choose the courses outlined below to satisfy their social sciences, mathematics and General Education Program requirements.
 
To satisfy the social science requirement:

ECO 201: Principles of Microeconomics (3)
ECO 202: Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
 
To satisfy the mathematics requirements:

MAT 112: Pre-Calculus (3)* (formerly MAT 120)
MAT210: Calculus I (3) (formerly MAT 121)
 
Degree Requirements
In addition to the General Education Program requirements, the Bachelor of Science degree in any of the programs requires 42 credit hours of Business designated required/core courses. Listed below are the fourteen (14) required core courses:

ACC 201: Fundamentals of Financial Accounting (3)
ACC 202: Fundamentals of Managerial Accounting (3)
FIN 201: Fundamental of Financial Management (3)
MGT 201: Fundamentals of Management (3)
MGT 301: Organizational Behavior (3)
MGT 360: Business Ethics and Social Responsibility (3)
MGT 406: Business Policy & Strategy (3)
MKT 201: Fundamentals of Marketing (3)
QBA 201: Quantitative Business Analysis (3)
QBA 202: Operations Management (3)
BLW 301: Business Law I (3)
WRI 321: Preparation of Written and Oral Reports (3)
QBA 411: Research Methodology (3)
QBA 412: Research Project (3)
 
In addition to the above core business required courses, majors in any of the five programs are required to complete 27 to 30 additional credit hours of courses selected from their chosen program within the business programs. Listed below are the required courses for each program:

In addition to the degree programs outlined above, the School of Business and Entrepreneurship also offers the following minors:

  • Accounting
  • Business Administration
  • Finance
  • Management/Entrepreneurship
  • Marketing
  • Social Entrepreneurship

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