Mathematics and Business Administration, BS

Complete all courses listed below unless otherwise indicated. Also complete any corequisite labs, recitations, clinicals, or tools courses where specified and complete any additional courses needed beyond specific college and major requirements to satisfy graduation credit requirements.

University-Wide Requirements

All undergraduate students are required to complete the University-Wide Requirements.

NUpath Requirements

All undergraduate students are required to complete the NUpath Requirements.

Mathematics Requirements

Required Courses
MATH 1341Calculus 1 for Science and Engineering4
MATH 1342Calculus 2 for Science and Engineering4
MATH 1365Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning4
MATH 3081Probability and Statistics4
Calculus and Linear Algebra (Required) and Differential Equations (Recommended)
Complete either Option 1 or Option 2 below:8
Option 1 (Recommended)
Calculus 3 for Science and Engineering
Differential Equations and Linear Algebra for Engineering
Option 2
Calculus 3 for Science and Engineering
Linear Algebra
Co-op Reflections
MATH 3000Co-op and Experiential Learning Reflection Seminar 11
or MATH 4000 Co-op and Experiential Learning Reflection Seminar 2
Mathematics Electives
Complete three courses in the range MATH 3001 to MATH 5999. The following courses are recommended:12
Probability and Risks
Theory of Interest and Basics of Life Insurance
Statistics and Stochastic Processes

Business Requirements

Accounting
ACCT 1201Financial Accounting and Reporting4
ACCT 2301Managerial Accounting4
Finance
FINA 2201Financial Management4
Marketing
MKTG 2201Introduction to Marketing4
Organizational Behavior
ORGB 3201Organizational Behavior4
International Business/Social Responsibility
INTB 1203International Business and Global Social Responsibility4
Strategy in Action
STRT 4501Strategy in Action4

Additional Requirements

Economics
ECON 1115Principles of Macroeconomics4
ECON 1116Principles of Microeconomics4
Co-op Preparation
BUSN 1103Professional Development for Business Co-op1
or EESC 2000 Professional Development for Co-op

Integrative Course

Note: Financial Risk Management (FINA 4512) also counts toward the finance concentration.

Finance Concentration

Finance Requirements
FINA 3301Corporate Finance4
FINA 3303Investments4
FINA 4512Financial Risk Management4
Finance Electives
Complete one of the following:4
Impact Investing and Social Finance
Sustainability in the Business Environment
Fixed-Income Securities (Recommended)
Working Capital Management
Issues in Corporate Governance
International Financial Management
Valuation and Value Creation
Personal Financial Planning
Mergers and Acquisitions
Investment Banking
Real Estate Finance
Risk Management and Insurance
Core Topics in Alternative Investments
Turnaround Management
Fixed-Income Securities
Advanced Financial Strategy
Entrepreneurial Finance, Innovation Valuation, and Private Equity
Special Topics in Finance

Second Business Concentration (Optional)

A second business concentration is optional and may be chosen from the following list. Requirements for the concentrations are listed below.

  • Accounting
  • Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Interdisciplinary Business
  • Management
  • Management Information Systems
  • Marketing
  • Supply Chain Management

Business Cooperative Education Requirement

Complete one six-month co-op experience.

Mathematics GPA Requirement

Minimum 2.000 GPA required in all mathematics courses

Business GPA Requirement

Minimum 2.000 GPA required in business courses

Program Requirement

128 total semester hours required


Concentration in Accounting 

Required Courses
ACCT 3401Financial Reporting and Analysis 14
ACCT 4501Financial Reporting and Analysis 24
Electives
Complete two of the following:8
Accounting Information Systems
Strategic Cost Analysis for Decision Making
Auditing and Other Assurance Services
Income Tax Determination and Planning

Concentration in Business/Interdisciplinary

Complete four courses in consultation with approved D'Amore-McKim School of Business faculty member.16

Concentration in Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Note: The following courses do not count toward this concentration:
The Entrepreneurial Universe
Business Economic History of South Africa
Business, Economics, and History of Hispaniola and Latin America
Field Research in Sustainable Business
Field Research in Sustainable Energy in Iceland
Family Business in Italy
New Venture Laboratory Abroad
Development Practice and Global Citizenship in India
Introductory Course
ENTR 2301Innovation!4
or ENTR 2303 Entrepreneurial Marketing and Selling
Capstone Course
Complete one of the following:4
Business Planning for Technology Ventures
Business Planning for Small and Medium Enterprises
Advanced Studies in Social Enterprise
Electives
Complete two of the following:8
Global Social Enterprise
Understanding Family Enterprise
Social Responsibility of Business in an Age of Inequality
Social Impact Investing: Connecting Compassion and Capital
Innovation for Social Change
Global Family Business Leadership
Microfinance: Fostering Entrepreneurship in the Developing World
International Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Business Modeling for Entrepreneurs
Global Entrepreneurship
Microfinance and Economic Development in Latin America
Base of Pyramid Innovation
Sustainability in the Latin American Business Environment
Lean Design and Development for Entrepreneurs
Resource Management and Renewable Energy in Iceland
Family Business: A Global Perspective
Management of Operations and Growth in Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises
Managing Operations in a Technology-Based Startup Firm
Entrepreneurship and Intrapraneurship in Innovation-Driven Markets
Impact Investing and Social Finance
Corporate Entrepreneurship through Global Growth, Acquisitions, and Alliances
Social Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Development in India
Entrepreneurial Finance, Innovation Valuation, and Private Equity

Concentration in Management

Required Course
MGMT 4501Skills for Managerial Success4
Electives
Complete three of the following:12
Negotiating in Business
Developing Leaders for Global Sustainability
Managing Healthcare Organizations: Critical Challenges and New Approaches
Managing Human Capital
Social Networks and Organizations
Managing Global Teams Virtually and Locally
Project Management
The Management Practices of Great Organizations
Human Resources and Workforce Analytics
Leadership Seminar
Understanding Family Enterprise

Concentration in Management Information Systems

Required Courses
MISM 3403Data Management in the Enterprise4
MISM 4501Business Systems Integration4
Electives
Note: Only one non-MISM course may be used as an elective.
Complete two of the following:8
Information Resource Management
Data Communications
Introduction to Web Design, Practices, and Standards
Data Mining for Business
Special Topics in Information Technology Management
Accounting Information Systems
Digital Marketing
Global Supply Chain Strategy
Sourcing and Procurement
Supply Chain Analytics

Concentration in Marketing

Required Courses
MKTG 3301Marketing Management4
MKTG 3401Marketing Research4
Electives
Complete two of the following:8
Marketing and Society
Marketing Analytics
Retailing
Sales Management
Marketing in the Service Sector
Advertising and Brand Promotion
Consumer Behavior
Digital Marketing
New Product Development
International Marketing

Concentration in Supply Chain Management

Required Courses
SCHM 3301Global Supply Chain Strategy4
SCHM 3305Sourcing and Procurement4
SCHM 3310Logistics and Transportation Management4
Elective
Complete one of the following:4
Supply Chain Analytics
Demand Planning and Forecasting
Sustainability and Supply Chain Management
Advanced Problems in Supply Chain Management