Courses that count as Business Electives

All business courses count as departmental electives for our business majors, but you cannot double-count them in your curriculum.  For example, a business major with an accounting concentration can use MGMT 357 (International Management) as an elective.

In addition, the following courses outside the college can count as business department electives:

  • COMM 251 - Public Relations I: Introduction to Principles and Theory (G1,C)
  • COMM 305 - Business and Professional Communication
  • COMM 351 - Public Relations II: Public Relations Writing (W)
  • CSCI 161 -  Introduction to Programming I (G2)
  • ECON 203- Introduction to the World Economy (G3)
  • ECON 215- Money, Credit and Banking (G3)
  • ECON 225- Comparative Economic Systems (G3, W)
  • ECON 246- Economics of Health and Health Care (G3)
  • ECON 307- Environmental Economics (G3, W)
  • ECON 310– Economics of Justice (G3, W)
  • ECON 316- Environmental Economics (G3, W)
  • ECON 318- Intermediate Microeconomics (G3)
  • ECON 319- Intermediate Macroeconomics (G3)
  • ECON 323- Games and Experiments in Economics (G3)
  • ECON 325- International Economics (G3)
  • ECON 326– Economic Growth and Development (G3)
  • ECON 327- Women and Global Economic Development (P)
  • ECON 333– Econometrics
  • ECON 335– Economics of Sex, Drugs & Religion (G3, P)
  • ECON 345- Labor Economics (G3)
  • ECON 365- History of Economic Thought (G3)
  • ECON 375- The Economies of Industrial Organization (G3)
  • ECON 488- Seminar in Economics (W)
  • FREN 301 - Commercial French
  • GERM 301 - Business German
  • SPAN 301 - Commercial Spanish
  • GEOG 222 - Economic Geography (G3)
  • GEOG 281 - Map Interpretation and Analysis(G3)
  • GEOG 295 - Geographic Information Systems
  • ITEC 356 - Desktop Publishing (W)
  • ITEC 494 - Total Quality Management
  • OSEH 120 - Fundamentals of Safety, Health And Environmental Issues (G3)
  • GOVT 251 - Introduction to Global Affairs (G3)
  • GOVT 325 - Politics Of East Asia (G3)
  • GOVT 351 - International Law
  • PSYC 329 - Industrial/Organizational Psychology (G3, W)
  • SOCY 216 - Human Population (G3)
  • SOCY 318 - Sociology Of Complex Organizations