The School of Business is ranked in the top 10 percent of the nation’s undergraduate business schools and offers a bachelor of science in business with innovative concentrations. The School of Business also offers several options for a minor for business and non-business majors, as well as an undergraduate certificate program in accounting. The School of Business programs are designed to prepare graduates for work in a rapidly changing and competitive marketplace with local, regional, and global companies. With Mason’s location in Northern Virginia and proximity to Washington, D.C., combined with the assistance of the School of Business’s own Career Services staff and Student Success and Academic Services staff, students are also afforded exceptional opportunities to gain practical experience and global engagement opportunities to complement their academic course work. Students admitted spring 2020 and later will graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Business degree.

Policies

Academic Policies

Students should become familiar with the university's general academic policies in addition to those specific to each academic unit.

Email

George Mason University uses only Mason e-mail accounts to communicate with enrolled students. Students should activate their Mason e-mail, use it to communicate with their school, department, program, and other administrative units, and should check it regularly for important information.

Study Elsewhere Policy

A student who has matriculated at Mason may transfer a limited number of hours (9 for undergraduates, 6 for graduates) of coursework in School of Business disciplines from another institution (not including registration through the Consortium of Universities of the Washington Metropolitan Area or coursework completed through the Center for Global Education). Students are permitted to take courses elsewhere under unusual circumstances - these circumstances do not include scheduling or commuting convenience, or financial (lower cost) reasons.

Special instructions for School of Business students: courses that are attempted at a two-year institution may not be used to fulfill upper-level requirements. Any course that a student wished to transfer to fulfill major or graduate-level course requirements in the School of Business must be attempted at an institution accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).

For additional information, see AP.1.4.2 Permission to Study Elsewhere.

Undergraduate Internship Policy

The School of Business recognizes the importance of experiential education in both learning to apply theory to practice and positioning students for success in their careers. Because the School of Business is committed to supporting students' professional success, the School requires that all student internships for credit be registered with the School of Business as either ACCT 492 Internship in AccountingBUS 492 Internship in BusinessFNAN 492 Internship in FinanceMGMT 492 Internship in ManagementMIS 492 Internship in Management Information SystemsMKTG 492 Internship in Marketing, and OSCM 492 Internship in Operations and Supply Chain Management.

Students may enroll in a maximum of 6 credits for these courses. For students in catalog years Fall 2016 and beyond, one internship course may apply to the concentration, and a second internship course would apply as a general elective credit. For students in catalog years prior to Fall 2016, a maximum of 6 credits of internship may apply to general electives.

Termination Policy

A grade of C or higher is required in each of the School of Business listed core courses. Students will not be permitted to make more than three attempts to achieve a C or higher in the following School of Business core courses: ACCT 303 Accounting for Decision MakingBULE 303 Legal Environment of BusinessBUS 303 Develop Professional Skills II: Advanced ElementsFNAN 303 Financial ManagementMGMT 303 Principles of ManagementMIS 303 Introduction to Business Information Systems (Mason Core)MKTG 303 Principles of Marketing, and OSCM 303 Operations Management.

Once a student has attempted a School of Business Core or Accounting concentration course twice unsuccessfully,, they must meet with an academic advisor in order to receive an override to register for the third attempt. Those who do not successfully complete these core courses within three attempts will be terminated from the School of Business and will not be eligible to receive a degree from the School of Business. Students terminated from the School of Business are prohibited from enrolling in any School of Business course. Students are limited to three attempts at ACCT 330. Any student who is unable to achieve a C or higher in ACCT 330 on the third attempt will not be able to pursue a concentration in Accounting or Finance.

Students terminated from the School of Business are permitted to declare the business minor only, and are not able to declare any other School of Business minors. For more information about this, see AP.5.2.4 Termination from the Major. The School of Business Termination Policy is separate from the University Repeat Policy AP.1.3.4.

University Consortium

Students should review university policies regarding the University Consortium under Special Registration Procedures in the Academic Policies section of this catalog. Students who have attempted or failed a course at Mason are not permitted to take the equivalent course through the consortium under any circumstance. All consortium registration requests must be submitted to the dean's office at least 3 weeks prior to the first day of classes for the relevant semester at Mason.

Any consortium course that a student wishes to register for to fulfill major or graduate-level course requirements in the School of Business must be attempted at an institution accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).

Non-Business School Student Credit Limitation

Enrolled undergraduate students who are not declared in the School of Business are limited  to 9 credits of upper-level business coursework within the School of Business. This policy applies to any student who is declared in another major or program at Mason. This policy does not apply to students who have declared a School of Business minor and are earning required credit toward that minor. This policy does not apply to students who have been terminated from the School of Business. Terminated students are prohibited from taking business courses.

Undergraduate Course Overload Policy

The School of Business recommends that undergraduate students attempt no more than 18 credits in an academic semester and no more than 14 credits in a summer term. Students wishing to attempt more than 18 credits must submit a Permission to Overload from to their academic advisor.

To be eligible for a course overload, a student must fulfill all of the following criteria:

  • At least a 3.0 cumulative GPA at Mason
  • Have completed all courses successfully in their previous semester with no F or incomplete (IN) grades
  • Complete the Permission to Overload form and obtain an academic advisor's signature

Freshmen and transfer students in their first semesters are not given permission for overloads as they have yet to establish an academic record at George Mason University.

If approved for an overload, the student is responsible for adding the additional class(es) and paying for the related tuition by the official university deadlines.

Transfer Credit Expiration Policy

Transfer credit is not awarded for any business (management, marketing, finance, accounting, management information systems, operations and supply chain management, foundations, core, or any other School of Business course) courses completed more than ten years prior to Mason enrollment. This includes any older courses completed at RBC or the VCCS.

Appeals Process

The School of Business strives to maintain policies and procedures that are consistent with those of the University, as well as in the best interest of our students. If you have any questions concerning a particular policy or procedure, contact the Office of Student Success & Academic Services, Room 008 of Enterprise Hall (703-993-1880) or visit the website.

Courses Excluded from School of Business BS Degree

SWE 401Internship Reflection1
MUSI 394Ethnomusicology Internship1-4
COMM 450Internship in Communication3
FAVS 450Internship in Film and Video Studies3
GOVT 480Internship3
MUSI 496Internship2-6
CONF 370Internship Field Experience1-9
PHIL 306Philosophy Internship3-6
RELI 426Religious Studies Internship3
ARTH 393Art History Internships3-6
GCH 498Global and Community Health Internship3,6
GAME 491Internship3-4
HAP 498Health Administration Internship (Mason Core)4
HDFS 499Advanced Internship and Analysis in Human Development and Family Science1-3
EVPP 494Internship1-3
ENGH 459Internship1-3
MUSI 395Teaching Internship1-4
ECON 498Internship3-6
ASTR 409Astronomy Internship3
SPMT 490Internship (Mason Core)12
TOUR 490Hospitality, Tourism, and Events Management Internship (Mason Core)12
CLIM 409Research Internship3
CHIN 490Internship in Chinese Studies1-9
CONS 498Internship1-3
THR 455Theater Education Internship6-12
AFAM 490Internship2-6
KINE 490Kinesiology Internship III (Mason Core)12
AMGT 489Internship in Arts Management1-4
HDFS 498Internship and Analysis in Human Development and Family Science1-6
ANTH 495Internship1-6
PRLS 490Recreation Management Internship (Mason Core)12
GGS 480GGS Internship1-3
SPAN 490Internship in Spanish1-6
AVT 489Internship in Art and Visual Technology1-6
USST 490Internship3
WMST 400Internship in Women and Gender Studies1-3
CDS 491Internship1-3
HHS 480Research Internship in Health and Human Services3
CRIM 480Internship6-12
HIST 399Internship1-9
RHBS 490RS: Clinical Research Internship3
KINE 341Kinesiology Internship I3
MUSI 495Internship in Music Education (Mason Core)6-12
KINE 441Kinesiology Internship II3
PHYS 409Physics Internship3
SOCI 416Internship in Sociology I3-6
HHS 492RS: Internship in Clinical Research3
FRLN 490Internship in Foreign Language Studies1-6
ENGR 395Engineering Internship3
AVT 453Professional Practices3
GEOL 480Internship1-3
CVPA 489Field Experience in the Arts3-6
GLOA 495Global Experiential Learning1-18
KINE 330Seminar in Kinesiology3
ECED 490Internship in Early Childhood Education3-6
FRSC 406Forensic Internship3

Banner Code: BU-BS-BUS

Degree Requirements

Total credits: 120

School of Business students pursuing a BS degree must complete a minimum of 120 credits, including the Mason Core requirements, business foundations, business core and concentration requirements. In addition, the following requirements must be met:

  • A minimum of 45 credits at the 300- or 400-level.
  • A minimum of 30 credits of School of Business core and concentration courses at Mason.
  • At least 9 credits required for the specific concentration and BUS 498 Capstone Course: Advanced Business Models (Mason Core) taken at Mason.
  • A grade of C or higher earned in the business foundations, business core and concentration requirements.

Students should carefully follow prerequisites for School of Business courses. Students may be removed from a course if they enroll without having fulfilled the prerequisites.

Mason Core Requirements

Some Mason Core requirements may already be fulfilled by the major requirements listed below. Students are strongly encouraged to consult their advisors to ensure they fulfill all remaining Mason Core requirements.

Foundation Requirements 1
Written Communication6
Oral Communication3
Core Requirements 2
Arts3
Literature3
Natural Science 38
Western Civilization/World History3
Total Credits26

Business Foundations

ACCT 203Survey of Accounting3
BUS 100Business and Society (Mason Core)3
BUS 103Develop Professional Skills I: Foundational Elements3
BUS 200Global Environment of Business (Mason Core)3
BUS 210Business Analytics I3
BUS 310Business Analytics II3
ECON 103Contemporary Microeconomic Principles (Mason Core)3
ECON 104Contemporary Macroeconomic Principles (Mason Core)3
Select one course from the following: 13-4
Introductory Calculus with Business Applications (Mason Core)
Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (Mason Core)
Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
Applied Calculus
Total Credits27-28

Business Core

A grade of C or higher is required in each of the School of Business core courses listed below. Students will not be permitted to make more than three attempts to achieve a C or higher in the following School of Business core courses: ACCT 303 Accounting for Decision Making , BULE 303 Legal Environment of Business BUS 303 Develop Professional Skills II: Advanced ElementsFNAN 303 Financial ManagementMGMT 303 Principles of ManagementMIS 303 Introduction to Business Information Systems (Mason Core)MKTG 303 Principles of MarketingOM 303 Operations Management, and OSCM 303 Operations Management. Those who do not successfully complete these core courses within three attempts will be terminated from the School of Business and will not be eligible to receive a degree from the School of Business. Students terminated from the School of Business are prohibited from enrolling in any School of Business course. Students terminated from the School of Business are permitted to declare a business minor. For more information about this, see AP.5.2.4 Termination from the Major.

ACCT 303Accounting for Decision Making3
or ACCT 330 Financial Accounting I
BULE 303Legal Environment of Business3
BUS 303Develop Professional Skills II: Advanced Elements3
FNAN 303Financial Management3
MGMT 303Principles of Management3
MIS 303Introduction to Business Information Systems (Mason Core)3
MKTG 303Principles of Marketing3
OM 303Operations Management3
or OSCM 303 Operations Management
Total Credits24

General Electives

Select 18-19 Credits 118-19
Total Credits 18-19

Capstone

Students must successfully complete all Business Core courses and BUS 310 Business Analytics II to be eligible to enroll in BUS 498 Capstone Course: Advanced Business Models (Mason Core).

BUS 498Capstone Course: Advanced Business Models (Mason Core)3
Total Credits3

Concentration in Accounting (ACCT)

The concentration in Accounting prepares students for professional careers in the private and public sectors. The accounting concentration is designed to produce accounting professionals who can both generate and apply financial information to solve business problems. Our students learn principles of business and accounting as well as the specific skills and specialized technical knowledge necessary for success in the dynamic field of accounting. Our program emphasizes ethics, critical thinking, written and verbal communication, and effective use and understanding of technology. Our graduates are employed by the assurance, tax advisory, and consulting groups of the top accounting firms as well as Fortune 100 companies. Our proximity to the nation's capital provides unique opportunities for our graduates to work in government and in the federal practices of public accounting firms. The accounting concentration program is separately accredited by AACSB International. Students interested in CPA certification can apply to the MSA degree to meet the 150 hour requirement for CPA certification in most states. The MSA allows students to meet the 150 hour requirement for CPA certification in most states in only nine months.

Also available for eligible students, the Accelerated Advanced Accounting Pathway (A++) is a pathway that provides the ability to complete a bachelor and master’s degree in accounting in four years. For more information, please meet with an academic advisor in the School of Business.

Required Courses 1
ACCT 311Managerial and Cost Accounting3
ACCT 331Financial Accounting II3
ACCT 332Financial Accounting III3
ACCT 351Taxation and Managerial Decision Making3
ACCT 361Accounting Analytics3
ACCT 461Assurance and Audit Services3
Electives
Select one course from the following: 23
International Accounting
Financial Statement Analysis
Advanced Managerial Accounting
Advanced Financial Accounting
Advanced Federal Taxation
Honors Seminar in Accounting
Government and Not-for-Profit Accounting
Seminar in Accounting
Internship in Accounting
Independent Study
Commercial Law
Advanced Issues in Managerial Accounting 3
Advanced Financial Accounting 3
Advanced Issues in Financial Reporting 3
Fraud Examination 3
Advanced Issues in Taxation 3
Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting 3
Professional Accounting Colloquium 3
Directed Studies in Accounting 3
Special Topics in Accounting 3
Total Credits21
Second Concentration in Accounting

Students declaring a second concentration in Accounting must complete the 18 required credits (listed below) in addition to ACCT 330 Financial Accounting I.

ACCT 330Financial Accounting I3
ACCT 311Managerial and Cost Accounting3
ACCT 331Financial Accounting II3
ACCT 332Financial Accounting III3
ACCT 351Taxation and Managerial Decision Making3
ACCT 361Accounting Analytics3
ACCT 461Assurance and Audit Services3
Total Credits21

 Concentration in Business Analytics (BUSA)

Business analytics encompasses a wide array of methodologies and techniques, from collection, organization, reporting and mining of data to extraction of useful and actionable information for the decision makers. As the field matures, more organizations are turning to business analytics as part of their core function to assist decision making and strategy development. Business analytics is grounded in an understanding of business and uses knowledge and skills related to analytic tools to identify business questions that can be answered by data, identify appropriate data to answer the questions, evaluate the quality of the data, analyze the data, form conclusions, and meaningfully communicate those conclusions to relevant parties. Business analysts will work in practice with data scientists with backgrounds in engineering, math, or computer science whose expertise in data analytics is centered on data architecture or developing data analysis tools.

Required
MIS 310Database Management Systems3
MIS 430Data Warehousing3
MIS 431Data Mining for Business Applications3
MIS 433Programming for Analytics3
Electives
Select three courses from the following:9
Empirical Methods in Finance
Probability Methods for Finance
Introduction to Programming for Business Applications
Advanced Data Mining
Marketing Research
Marketing Analytics for New Product Development
Management Science
Business Forecasting
Introduction to Exploratory Data Analysis
Decision and Risk Analysis
Internship in Business
Total Credits21

Concentration in Finance (FNAN)

The concentration in Finance prepares students for professional careers by providing a solid foundation in the principles necessary to make operating decisions for an organization and in financial market analysis. We educate our finance students to understand, evaluate, and manage risk. In addition, students learn to conduct and effectively present financial analysis and research valuing complex projects, assets, securities, and firms. Students in the finance concentration explore the relationships among investors, firms, financial institutions, markets, and regulators. Students with a concentration in Finance have a unique opportunity to compete globally, as well as regionally, for unique and diverse job opportunities, including government (U.S. Treasury and the Board of Governors), large financial corporations (Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac), international organizations (World Bank and IMF), and other careers related to Finance.

Required Courses
Choose three of the following courses: 19
Principles of Investment
Financial Institutions
Introduction to Firm Valuation
Advanced Financial Management
FNAN 498RS: Contemporary Topics in Finance3
Electives
Select 9 credits from the following:9
Principles of Investment
Financial Institutions
Introduction to Firm Valuation
Principles of Real Estate
Advanced Financial Management
Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
Futures and Options Markets
Money and Capital Markets
Empirical Methods in Finance
Venture Capital and Private Financing of Startups
Fixed-Income Securities
Probability Methods for Finance
International Financial Management
Advanced Topics in Firm Valuation
Real Estate Finance
Real Estate Development
Honors Seminar in Finance
Fintech and Blockchain in Finance
Student Managed Investment Fund
Special Topics in Finance
Internship in Finance
Internship in Business
Independent Study
Total Credits21
Second Concentration in Finance

Students declaring a second concentration in Finance must complete the four required courses and two elective courses for the concentration.

Concentration in Financial Planning (FNPL)

Consumers increasingly seek professional advice on managing their finances from professionals with wide-ranging knowledge from taxes and estate planning to insurance and retirement planning to portfolio management. In a recent article title, Forbes described Financial Planning as “One of the Fastest Growing Careers” and noted that the field “is in Desperate Need of Young Talent.” The article went on to explain that the field is expected to grow at a 32% rate over the next decade according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics while the average growth rate for all occupations is 14%.” (Touryalai, 2012). The field of financial planning includes several certifications including the Certified Financial Planner certification (CFP) through the CFP Board and Personal Financial Specialist (PFS) certification through the AICPA. The national CFP Board and regional FPA leadership have reached out to Mason to work with us to develop a CFP-registered program in Financial Planning due to the significant need in our region for graduates with this specialization.

Required Courses
FNAN 311Principles of Investment 13
ACCT 351Taxation and Managerial Decision Making3
FNAN 390Introduction to Financial Planning3
FNAN 411Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management3
ACCT 441Estate Planning3
ACCT 493Financial Planning Capstone Internship3
or FNAN 493 Financial Planning Capstone Internship
Electives
Select three courses from the following:9
Introduction to Firm Valuation 1
Advanced Financial Management
Futures and Options Markets
Money and Capital Markets 1
Fixed-Income Securities
International Financial Management
Total Credits27

Concentration in Management (MGMT)

The concentration in Management prepares students to take leadership, management, and entrepreneurial roles in the public and private sectors. Students learn such skills as strategic thinking, motivating and managing nationally and internationally diverse work forces, building and leading team efforts, negotiating successfully, and instituting planned change in organizations

Required Courses
MGMT 313Organizational Behavior3
MGMT 321Introduction to Human Resource Management3
Electives
Select 15 credits from the following:15
Diversity in Organizations
Organizational Development and Management Consulting
Advanced Human Resource Management
The Legal Environment for Employee and Labor Relations
International Strategy
Introduction to Entrepreneurship
Experiential Entrepreneurship
Starting a Business
Social Impact and Entrepreneurship
Cross Cultural and Global Management
Honors Seminar in Management (Topic Varies)
Negotiations in Organizations
Teamwork and Interpersonal Skills
Competitive Strategy
Current Topics in Management
Internship in Management
Internship in Business
Commercial Law
Independent Study
Total Credits21

Students with a concentration in management may focus their careers in several areas. In selecting five elective courses, students may want to consider a likely career path. Recommended courses for three possible careers are provided below.

Human Resources Management
MGMT 421Advanced Human Resource Management3
MGMT 431The Legal Environment for Employee and Labor Relations3
Management Consulting
MGMT 412Diversity in Organizations3
MGMT 463Negotiations in Organizations3
MGMT 464Teamwork and Interpersonal Skills3
Entrepreneurship
MGMT 451Introduction to Entrepreneurship3
MGMT 452Experiential Entrepreneurship3
MGMT 454Social Impact and Entrepreneurship3
BULE 402Commercial Law3
Second concentration in Management

Students declaring a second concentration in Management must complete the two required courses and four elective courses for the concentration.

Concentration in Management Information Systems (MIS)

The concentration in Management of Information Systems encompasses analysis, design, implementation, and management of information systems, to support business processes and decision making in all functional areas of an organization. The curriculum highlights not only the fundamental building blocks of information systems, but also the interaction of technology, people and business processes. MIS students learn about designing, building, maintaining, and securing information systems to meet organizational goals. They also acquire skills to use data and information through business analytics to support better managerial decision making in areas such as marketing, accounting and finance. MIS graduates are capable of translating business needs into technology-based solutions, and new technological advances into business capabilities.  The MIS concentration prepares students for diverse technology based careers including Business Analyst, Data Analyst, IT Project Management, IT Quality Management, IS Audit and Control, Government Contracting, and Consulting.

Required Courses
MIS 310Database Management Systems3
MIS 320Networks and Security3
MIS 330Systems Analysis and Design3
Electives
Select four courses from the following (at least two must be MIS):12
Introduction to Programming for Business Applications
Advanced Database Systems
E-Business Systems Development
Information Security and Assurance
Data Warehousing
Data Mining for Business Applications
Advanced Data Mining
Honors Seminar in Management Information Systems (Topic Varies)
Seminar in Management Information Systems
Internship in Management Information Systems
Internship in Business
Independent Study in Management Information Systems
Management Science
Business Process Analysis and Simulation
Quality Management
Government Contracting and Procurement
Management of Technology Projects
Total Credits21

Concentration in Marketing (MKTG)

The concentration in Marketing prepares students for a broad range of global and domestic career options in corporations, small businesses, government, and nonprofits. A marketing concentration provides students with a solid foundation in marketing management for understanding the needs of the customer, the value organizations create for their customers, and opportunities and threats in the global marketplace. Students learn marketing concepts and practices related to consumer behavior, marketing research and analytics, and marketing planning and strategy (product development, pricing, distribution, and advertising and promotions). Our graduates work in such diverse fields as advertising and marketing communications, product and brand management, customer relationship management, new product/service development, new market and business development, sales, retail management, marketing research and analytics, and digital and social media marketing. 

Required Courses
MKTG 312Consumer Behavior3
MKTG 351Marketing Research3
MKTG 471Marketing Management 13
Electives
Select 12 credits from the following:12
Federal Government Marketing
Sales Management
Advertising and Marketing Communications
Digital Marketing
Retailing and E-Commerce Management
Business to Business Marketing
Marketing Analytics for New Product Development
New Product Development
Global Marketing
Ethnic and Multicultural Marketing
Honors Seminar in Marketing (Topic Varies)
RS: Marketing in the Nonprofit Sector
Seminar in Marketing
Internship in Marketing
Internship in Business
Independent Study
Any other 300-400 level MKTG courses 2
Total Credits21
Second Concentration in Marketing

Students declaring a second concentration in Marketing must complete the three required courses and three elective courses for the concentration.

Concentration in Operations and Supply Chain Management (OSCM)

Operations and Supply Chain Management (OSCM) is the business function devoted to the management of resources and processes used by a firm to produce goods or services. Students with an OSCM concentration learn how to perform strategic and tactical planning, enabling them to efficiently and effectively manage the activities involved in transforming organizational resources into customer value. OSCM students acquire modeling, business analytics, and information technology skills for addressing a range of business problems. OSCM knowledge and skills are applicable to every business, spanning services, manufacturing, consulting, public sector (including government contracting), and not- for- ­profit organizations. The OSCM concentration is designed to prepare students for a career in the areas of: Supply Chain Management, Government Contracting (including procurement, logistics, and distribution), Project Management, Quality Management, Socially Responsible Operations, Product and Services Design, Process Analysis and Design, and, Planning and Control of Operations.

Required Courses
OSCM 320Supply Chain Management in a Global Economy3
OSCM 456Quality Management3
OSCM 493Management of Technology Projects3
Electives
Select four courses from the following (at lease two must be OSCM):12
Management Science
Business Process Analysis and Simulation
Business Forecasting
Honors Seminar in Operations Management (Topic Varies)
Government Contracting and Procurement
Seminar in Operations Management
Internship in Operations and Supply Chain Management
Internship in Business
Independent Study in Operations Management
Introduction to Programming for Business Applications
Database Management Systems
E-Business Systems Development
Data Warehousing
Data Mining for Business Applications
Advanced Data Mining
Total Credits21

Admission Requirements

  • 3.0 cumulative Mason GPA
  • 3.5 major GPA or be in the 95th percentile of GPA's within the concentration
  • B- or higher on first attempt in every concentration course
  • A- or higher on first attempt at core course for concentration
  • Submission of a personal statement/essay (topic to be determined)
  • Two academic/professional references
  • Once admitted to the program, students with a cumulative GPA below a 3.0 will be dropped from the program.

Co-Curricular Requirements

The student must complete ONE of the following in addition to the curriculum requirements:

ACCT 462Honors Seminar in Accounting3
FNAN 462Honors Seminar in Finance3
MIS 462Honors Seminar in Management Information Systems (Topic Varies)3
MGMT 462Honors Seminar in Management (Topic Varies)3
MKTG 462Honors Seminar in Marketing (Topic Varies)3
OSCM 462Honors Seminar in Operations Management (Topic Varies)3