Undergraduate Catalog 2013-2014


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College of Business Administration Core Curriculum

This page contains an outline of the University of Detroit Mercy core curriculum requirements for students with majors in the College of Business Administration. UDM's mission statement describes an education that integrates “the intellectual, spiritual, moral and social development” of its students. The core curriculum consists of a set of requirements based on objectives that express, in fuller detail, this academic purpose. Each objective, and the requirements designed to fulfill that objective, is essential to achieve the mission of the University.

Click here for a description of each of the Core Curriculum Outcomes.

Note that you can search the Schedule of Classes by the Core Curriculum Objective attribute to find classes that satisfy particular Core Curriculum objectives.

 


B.S.B.A. Accounting 


Objective 1: Communication Skills (9 credits)

CST 1010

Fundamentals of Speech (OB1)

3 cr.

ENL 1310

Academic Writing (OB1)

3 cr.

ENL 2040

Intro to Business Writing

3 cr. 


Objective 2: Mathematical and Computer Skills (12 credits)

MTH 1110

Mathematical Analysis I (OB2A)
(or other approved higher level MTH class)

3 cr.

MTH 1120

Mathematical Analysis II
(or other approved higher level MTH class) 

3 cr.

CIS

Computer Skills course
(must have OB2B attribute)

3 cr.

MTH 2140 or
STA 2250

Statistics

3 cr.

Objective 3: Scientific Literacy (12 credits)

ECN 2950

Microeconomic Principles (OB3A/3C)

3 cr.

3B

Natural Science course
(must have OB3B attribute)

3 cr.

ECN 2960

Macroeconomic Principles (OB3A/3C)

3 cr.

ECN 3050

Money and the Financial System

3 cr.

Objective 4: Meaning and Value (9 credits)

PHL 1000

Intro to Philosophy (OB4A)

3 cr.

RELS/CAS

Religious Studies course
(must have OB4B attribute)

3 cr.

PHL/RELS/
CAS/ISLM

Religious Studies or Philosophy course
(must have OB4C attribute)

3 cr.


Objective 5: Diverse Human Experience (12 credits)

5A

Specific History course
(must have OB5A attribute)

3 cr.

5B

Specific Literature course
(must have OB5B attribute)

3 cr.

5C

Specific Aesthetics course
(must have OB5C attribute)

3 cr.

5D

Specific Comparative course
(must have OB5D attribute)

3 cr.


Objective 6: Social Responsibility (6 credits)

PHL 2010 or
ETH 2590

Ethics/Business Ethics (OB6A)

3 cr.

BUS 3190

Business and Society (OB6B)

3 cr.

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B.S.B.A. Business Administration 


Objective 1: Communication Skills (9 credits)

CST 1010

Fundamentals of Speech (OB1)

3 cr.

ENL 1310

Academic Writing (OB1)

3 cr.

ENL 2040

Intro to Business Writing

3 cr.


Objective 2: Mathematical and Computer Skills (12 credits)

MTH 1110

Mathematical Analysis I (OB2A)
(or other approved higher level MTH class)

3 cr.

MTH 1120

Mathematical Analysis II
(or other approved higher level MTH class)

3 cr.

CIS

Computer Skills course
(must have OB2B attribute)

3 cr.

MTH 2140 or 
STA 2250

Statistics

3 cr.

Objective 3: Scientific Literacy (12 credits)

ECN 2950

Microeconomic Principles (OB3A/3C)

3 cr.

3B

Natural Science course
(must have OB3B attribute)

3 cr.

ECN 2960

Macroeconomic Principles (OB3A/3C)

3 cr.

ECN 3050

Money and the Financial System

3 cr.

Objective 4: Meaning and Value (9 credits)

PHL 1000

Intro to Philosophy (OB4A)

3 cr.

RELS/CAS

Religious Studies course
(must have OB4B attribute)

3 cr.

PHL/RELS/
CAS/ISLM

Religious Studies or Philosophy course
(must have OB4C attribute)

3 cr.


Objective 5: Diverse Human Experience (12 credits)

5A

Specific History course
(must have OB5A attribute)

3 cr.

5B

Specific Literature course
(must have OB5B attribute)

3 cr.

5C

Specific Aesthetics course
(must have OB5C attribute)

3 cr.

5D

Specific Comparative course
(must have OB5D attribute)

3 cr.


Objective 6: Social Responsibility (6 credits)

PHL 2010 or
ETH 2590

Ethics/Business Ethics (OB6A)

3 cr.

BUS 3190

Business and Society (OB6B)

3 cr.


 

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