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Business Management Curriculum
Choose the major in business management for the business know-how that will allow you pursue a variety of business management-related careers. Select the business management major to study a broad range of topics in the profession. Concentrations are optional.
Note: A minimum grade of C is expected in any required business management course. Grades of C- or below signal inadequate performance, are cause for concern (as are business management course grades of 'W' Withdrawal, and 'I' Incomplete), and will trigger action by the department's Academic Review Board.
The Business Management ProgramPrerequisites:
|MGT 1510||Business Management I1||3|
|MGT 1511||Business Management II2||3|
|MGT 1720||Accounting I (Prerequisite: Math Assessment)||3|
|MGT 1721||Accounting II||3|
|MGT 1810||Economics: Micro (Co-requisite: MGT 1912)||3|
|MGT 1811||Economics: Macro||3|
|MGT 1912||Quantitative Methods & Analytics for Business34||3|
Major Core Requirements:
|MGT 2050||Technology in Business||3|
|MGT 2250||Business Law||3|
|MGT 2510||Organizational Systems, Processes and Operations||3|
|MGT 2520||Marketing Management||3|
|MGT 2570||Financial Management||3|
|MGT 3930||Management of International Business||3|
|MGT 3950||Business Ethics Seminar||3|
|MGT 3980||Senior Seminar: Management Policy||3|
|MGT ____||Electives at the 2000/3000-level||6|
|1AC 2764||Business Presentations (for MGT 1510)||3|
|2AC 1000||Navigating Your Digital World (for MGT 1511)||3|
|3MATH 1150||Statistics I (for MGT 1912)||3|
|4AC 2120||Electronic Spreadsheets: Excel (for MGT 1912)||3|
|MGT 3450||Business Management Internship and Seminar||1-9|
|MGT 3900||Special Project in Business Management||3|
(Note: 3 credits of MGT 3450, and 3 credits of MGT 3900, may count as 2000-3000 level electives in Business Mangement.)
Alternative Course Requirements for Returning, Transfer, and Continuing Education Students:
MGT 1500 (or equivalent) in lieu of MGT 1510;
MGT 2500 (or equivalent) in lieu of MGT 1511
BUSINESS MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIPS
Junior and Senior Business Management majors are encouraged to consider MGT 3450 to strengthen their resumes.
(3 credits of MGT 3450 may count as a 2000/3000-level elective in Business Management.)
l. EXP 2340, Introduction to Experiential Education, completed with a grade of C or better;
2. A 3.00 average in Business Management;
3. A 2.75 cumulative (overall) average;
4. An approved application (see MGT 3450 description).
Note: The approval of A. Fabrizio/M. Perrault must be obtained.
BUSINESS MANAGEMENT PROJECTS
Senior majors should consider MGT 3900 to focus their chosen concentrations.
(3 credits of MGT 3900 may count as a 2000/3000-level elective in Business Management.)
1. A 3.00 average in Business Management;
2. A 2.75 cumulative (overall) average;
3. An approved proposal (see MGT 3900 description).
Note: The approval of A. Fabrizio must be obtained.
Sigma Beta Delta, International Honor Society for Business, Management and Administration Business
Business Management majors who demonstrate academic excellence may be invited to join Curry College's Chapter of Sigma Beta Delta. The purpose of Sigma Beta Delta is to encourage and recognize scholarship and achievement among students of business, management and administration. To be invited to join, undergraduate Business Management majors must rank in the upper 20 percent of the junior or senior class (minimum 3.40 GPA) and have earned 60 credits from Curry College. A special induction ceremony and dinner is held each spring for students who qualify for membership.
To Jasmine Nazeri '16, it seemed like yesterday when she decided to leave her home in San Francisco to make Curry her college home - and she hasn't looked back since. The minute she visited the campus, she fell in love with the atmosphere. "When I came to visit Curry during my senior year in high school, everything just fell into place. It's been perfect."
"I can't stress enough how amazing it is to have an opportunity to gain real world experience in the business world while still in school, especially at a company as well-known as Reebok," says Christine Nguyen '15, Business Management major.
Dr. Shavindrie ("Shavi") Cooray examines the relationships between humans and technology with her students by embracing technology and by looking at the bigger picture - something she has done extensively in her Ph.D. research and as a former analyst in the corporate world.
"You can get anything done if you make the commitment. No matter what you're doing, it's not about this moment, it's about that moment five years from now and where you want to be," says David Littlefield '91, Management, "The Sausage Guy" and owner of 'Salsa' Restaurant.
The purpose of Sigma Beta Delta is to encourage and recognize scholarship and achievement among students of business, management, and administration, as well as, to encourage and promote personal and professional improvement and a life distinguished by honorable service to humankind.