Degree Requirements

Grooming the business leaders of tomorrow

UD students leave with more than the specific knowledge of their discipline. Armed with the freedom of a liberal arts education and the wisdom of the Core curriculum, our graduates have taken on a myriad of leadership roles. The extent to which UD students have immersed themselves in every facet of society is made possible by UD's unique education. 

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Business Degree Requirements

The University Core

Economics 1311: Fundamentals of Economics
English 1301: The Literary Tradition I
English 1302: The Literary Tradition II
English 2311: The Literary Tradition III (typically taken in Rome)
English 2312: The Literary Tradition IV
History 1311: American Civilization I
History 1312: American Civilization II
History 2301: Western Civilization I (typically taken in Rome)
History 2302: Western Civilization II
Philosophy 1301: Philosophy and the Ethical Life
Philosophy 2323: The Human Person (typically taken in Rome)
Philosophy 3311: Philosophy of Being
Politics 1311: Principles of American Politics
Theology 1301: Understanding the Bible
Theology 2311: The Western Theological Tradition (typically taken in Rome)

Select:
Fine Arts - one course
Foreign Language - one to four courses
Math - one course
Science - two lab science courses

The B.A. Business Core

Business 1105: FYE – Business
Business 1301: Business Foundations Seminar
Business 1302: Finite Math for Business
Business 1310: Financial Accounting
Business 2340: Legal Environment
Business 3095: Business Practicum
Business 3101: Applied Computer Technology
Business 3302: Leadership and Organizations
Business 3305 International Business
Business 3306: Communication in Business
Business 3310: Fundamentals of Managerial Finance
Business 3314: Managerial Accounting
Business 3320: Marketing Theory and Practice
Business 3330: Operations Management
Business 4090: Senior Exam
Business 4101: Human Resource Skills
Business 4390: Strategic Management
Philosophy 3334: Business Ethics
Theology 3340: Social Justice

Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Business Degree Requirements

The University Core

Economics 1311: Fundamentals of Economics
English 1301: The Literary Tradition I
English 1302: The Literary Tradition II
English 2311: The Literary Tradition III (typically taken in Rome)
History 1311: American Civilization I
History 1312: American Civilization II
History 2301: Western Civilization I (typically taken in Rome) OR
History 2302: Western Civilization II
Philosophy 1301: Philosophy and the Ethical Life
Philosophy 2323: The Human Person (typically taken in Rome)
Philosophy 3311: Philosophy of Being
Politics 1311: Principles of American Politics
Theology 1301: Understanding the Bible
Theology 2311: The Western Theological Tradition (typically taken in Rome)

Select:
Fine Arts - one course
Foreign Language - one to four courses
Math - one course
Science - two lab science courses

The B.S. Business Core

Business 1105: FYE – Business
Business 1301: Business Foundations Seminar
Business 1302: Finite Math for Business
Business 1310: Financial Accounting
Business 2340: Legal Environment
Business 3095: Business Practicum
Business 3301: Software Skills
Business 3302: Leadership and Organizations
Business 3305 International Business
Business 3306: Communication in Business
Business 3310: Fundamentals of Managerial Finance
Business 3314: Managerial Accounting
Business 3320: Marketing Theory and Practice
Business 3330: Operations Management
Business 4090: Senior Exam
Business 4305: Contemporary Management
Business 4390: Strategic Management
Philosophy 3334: Business Ethics
Theology 3340: Social Justice
Business 4350: Quantitative Analysis 
Business 4331: Management Information Systems
One Open Business Elective

 

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