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  • Accounting - UGCatalog - University of Memphis
    of Health Studies Herff College of Engineering School of Communication Sciences and Disorders Loewenberg School of Nursing University College Kemmons Wilson School of Hospitality and Resort Management Independent Programs Home UGCatalog College Programs Accounting Accounting The mission of the bachelor s degree program in Accountancy is to serve the needs of students the accounting profession and the general business community through teaching research and service Within this mission the department offers students a balanced integrative approach to business education In this interdisciplinary view students must have a broad University General Education Program grounded in nonbusiness courses a strong supporting business acumen and an interrelated view of accounting to the other departments of business Specifically accounting classes synthesize accounting with the financing investing and operating functions so that students can develop their critical thinking skills and apply them to making decisions on accounting and other business problems Overall the B B A with a major in Accounting is built on the foundation of technical interpersonal and communication skills This focus allows enhancement of careers and leadership to businesses and government units that would strengthen the economic development of communities state and nation Program objectives for the B B A in Accounting are found here Accounting B B A A University General Education Program 41 hours See Graduation from the University for the University General Education Program requirements Note that MATH 1830 1421 or 1910 Mathematics requirement with a minimum grade of C ECON 2010 and 2020 Social Behavioral Sciences requirement are specified for the B B A degree B College and Degree B B A Requirements 42 hours Lower Division Business Core Curriculum 12 hours No grade below C and 2 25 GPA 2 5 for accounting majors in ECON 2010 ECON 2020 and the following lower division courses ACCT 2010 Fundamentals of Accounting I 3 ACCT 2020 Fundamentals of Accounting II 3 SCMS 2710 Business Analytics Statistics 3 or MATH 1530 Prob Statistics Non Calculus 3 MIS 2749 Introduction to Business Microcomputer Applications 3 Upper Division Business Core Curriculum 30 hours No grade below C and 2 25 GPA in the following courses ACCT 3130 Legal Social and Political Environment of Business 3 FIR 3410 Financial Management 3 MGMT 3110 Organization and Management 3 MGMT 4710 Strategic Management 3 Enrollment usually limited to graduating seniors MKTG 3010 Principles of Marketing 3 MGMT 3510 Business Communication 3 SCMS 3510 Operations Management 3 SCMS 3711 Business Analytics Tools 3 MIS 3210 Critical Thinking in Project Management for Business 3 Choose One ACCT 4625 International Accounting IFRS vs US GAAP 3 MGMT 4810 International Management 3 MKTG 4530 International Marketing 3 ECON 4350 International Economics 3 FIR 4550 International Finance 3 MGMT 4510 International Business Communication and Negotiation 3 MIS 4310 Global Information Technology 3 ECON 4351 International Monetary Economics Theory and Policy 3 one course from FIR 4110 4119 3 when the topic pertains to international business and has been approved in advance by the department chair Transfer students are referred to

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  • Business Economics - UGCatalog - University of Memphis
    in honors sections of both ECON 2010 Introduction to Macroeconomics and ECON 2020 Introduction to Microeconomics and obtain the recommendation of a faculty member in the Department of Economics to the Department Honors Committee Once accepted to the Honors Degree Program in Economics the student must Maintain an average GPA of 3 25 in all economics courses to continue in the program Have a minimum GPA of 3 5 in all economics courses at graduation Enroll in ECON 3310 Microeconomic Theory and ECON 3320 Macroeconomic Theory with an honors contract Those contracts will be discussed with and approved by the faculty member teaching each course and write an honors thesis This begins with finding a faculty advisor for the thesis project discussing a thesis topic then writing the thesis The honors thesis typically takes one semester to complete although work on it can begin early When working on the honors thesis the student will enroll in a section of ECON 4996 Honors Thesis in Economics for up to one semester The completed thesis will be graded by the faculty advisor Upon successfully completing all these requirements the student will be recognized at the commencement ceremony by having their degree conferred With Honors in Economics Moreover the student s diploma and the record at the University of Memphis will reflect this accomplishment Business Economics Minor For students whose major is in another college of the University 18 semester hours in economics courses including ECON 2010 2020 and 12 additional upper division hours in courses as approved by the department chair For students whose major is in another department in The Fogelman College of Business and Economics Either ECON 3310 or ECON 3320 plus nine additional upper division hours in economics approved by the department chair Accelerated B B A M A Program in Economics This program allows outstanding undergraduates to begin the coursework for the Master of Arts in Economics during their senior year Students are encouraged to begin planning to enter the Accelerated B B A M A program early in their undergraduate career in consultation with their advisor in the Department of Economics Working with the undergraduate and graduate academic coordinators undergraduates selected into this program begin a carefully tailored course of study which will allow them to complete their B B A degree while they also begin the coursework toward their M A To apply students must have a minimum 3 25 grade point average and must submit two reference letters and a copy of their transcript to the Economics department Each applicant will complete an interview with the graduate academic coordinator in economics Students must also apply to the Graduate School for the accelerated B B A M A program which allows them to take graduate courses in economics To continue in the program past the B B A students must apply for full admission into the Graduate School and into the Economics department s M A program Only in ABM programs up to 9 hours of graduate course work may be applied to both the undergraduate and graduate programs However any graduate coursework will not apply to undergraduate GPA Typical 4 Year Business Economics Sequence Freshman Year ENGL 1010 3 ENGL 1020 3 ECON 2010 3 Elective 3 Humanities Fine Arts 3 ECON 2020 3 Elective 1 3 MIS 2749 3 MATH 1710 if needed 3 MATH 1830 1421 or 1910 3 Semester Totals 13 15 hrs 15 hrs Sophomore Year ACCT 2010 3 ACCT 2020 3 ENGL 2201 or 2202 3 Natural Science 4 COMM 2381 3 History 3 Natural Science 4 Humanities Fine Arts 3 SCMS 2710 or MATH 1530 3 Elective 3 Semester Totals 16 hrs 16 hrs Junior Year ECON 3310 3 ECON 3320 3 ACCT 3130 3 ECON elective 3 SCMS 3711 3 FIR 3410 3 ECON elective 3 MGMT 3510 3 MIS 3210 3 MGMT 3110 3 Semester Totals 15 hrs 15 hrs Senior Year ECON elective 3 ECON elective 3 ECON elective 3 ECON elective 3 Elective 3 Intl Business elective 3 SCMS 3510 3 MGMT 4710 3 MKTG 3010 3 History 3 Semester Totals 15 hrs 15 hrs Total Hours 120 122 Total Hours Required for Graduation 120 Must satisfy University General Education Program Requirement Economics Major Financial Economics Concentration Typical 4 Year Sequence Freshman Year ENGL 1010 3 ENGL 1020 3 ECON 2010 3 Elective 3 Humanities Fine Arts 3 ECON 2020 3 Elective 1 3 MIS 2749 3 MATH 1710 if needed 3 MATH 1830 MATH 1710 3 Semester Totals 13 15 hrs 15 hrs Sophomore Year ACCT 2010 3 ACCT 2020 3 ENGL 2201 or 2202 ENGL 1010 1020 3 Natural Science with lab 4 COMM 2381 3 History 3 Natural Science with lab 4 Humanities Fine Arts 3 SCMS 2710 MATH 1830 or MATH 1530 3 Elective 3 Semester Totals 16 hrs 16 hrs Junior Year ECON 3310 ECON 2020 3 ECON 3320 ECON 2010 3 ACCT 3130 3 ECON elective 3 SCMS 3711 SCMS 2710 or MATH 1530 3 History 3 MIS 3210 LD business core completed 3 MGMT 3510 MIS 2749 3 FIR 3410 ACCT 2010 ECON 2020 SCMS 2710 or MATH 1530 3 MGMT 3110 3 Semester Totals 15 hrs 15 hrs Senior Year ECON elective 3 ECON elective 3 Finance elective 3 Finance elective 3 Finance elective 3 Intl Business elective 3 SCMS 3510 SCMS 2710 or MATH 1530 3 MGMT 4710 MGMT 3110 3510 graduation senior 3 MKTG 3010 3 Elective 3 Semester Totals 15 hrs 15 hrs ECON 2010 Intro to Macroeconomics 3 2110 Nature and functions of the national economy in a global context Includes consumption and investment behavior national income and product determination fiscal and monetary policy and international trade G ECON 2020 Intro to Microeconomics 3 2120 Operation of the market economy at the individual and firm level supply and demand analysis consumer behavior behavior of firms in both competitive and monopoly environments income distribution theory and effects of government intervention in the market economy

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  • Finance - UGCatalog - University of Memphis
    Information Technology 3 ECON 4351 International Monetary Economics Theory and Policy 3 one course from FIR 4110 4119 3 when the topic pertains to international business and has been approved in advance by the department chair Transfer students are referred to the section Transfer Credit in the College of Business and Economics description C The Major 24 hours No grade below C and a minimum 2 25 GPA in the major 1 Core requirements A minimum of 24 upper division semester hours in courses as follows FIR 3720 4440 and one of the following concentrations 2 Concentrations 18 hours a Banking and Financial Services FIR 3710 or 4730 FIR 4710 4720 4911 and 6 hours from ECON 3610 FIR 3310 3810 4011 4310 4320 4331 4350 4610 4810 4870 b Business Finance FIR 3710 or 4730 FIR 4610 and 12 hours from the following at least three courses from FIR 3310 4310 4320 4331 4340 4350 4550 4710 4720 4721 4770 4911 no more than one course from FIR 4870 ECON 4112 4120 MIS 3775 c Real Estate FIR 3310 4320 4350 three courses from FIR 3710 4310 4340 4710 4720 4911 ECON 4112 ESCI 4515 D Electives 13 hours Lower division or upper division courses to bring the total of hours earned to 120 Banking and Financial Services Minor For students whose major is in another department in The Fogelman College of Business and Economics 9 hours FIR 3720 4710 and 4720 For students whose major is within another college at the University 21 hours ACCT 2010 ECON 2010 2020 FIR 3410 3720 4710 and 4720 Business Finance Minor For students whose major is in another department in The Fogelman College of Business and Economics 9 upper division hours in finance approved by the finance undergraduate career advisor or department chair For students whose major is within another college at the University 21 hours ACCT 2010 ECON 2020 FIR 3410 3710 3720 Six additional upper division hours approved by the finance undergraduate career advisor or department chair Real Estate Minor For students whose major is in another department in The Fogelman College of Business and Economics 12 hours FIR 3310 4310 and six additional upper division hours in real estate approved by the real estate undergraduate career advisor or department chair For students whose major is within another college at the University 21 hours ACCT 2010 ECON 2020 FIR 3310 3410 4310 and six additional upper division hours in real estate approved by the real estate undergraduate career advisor or department chair Risk Management and Insurance Minor For students whose major is in The Fogelman College of Business and Economics 9 hours FIR 3810 4870 and three additional upper division hours in insurance approved by the department chair For students whose major is within another college at the University 21 hours ACCT 2010 ECON 2020 SCMS 2710 FIR 3810 4870 and six additional upper division hours in insurance or finance approved by the department chair Accelerated B B A

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  • International Business - UGCatalog - University of Memphis
    liberal arts including foreign language and area studies Program objectives for the B B A in International Business are found here For further information concerning this program contact the International Business advisor Wang Center or The Fogelman College of Business and Economics Advising Office International Business Major B B A A University General Education Program 41 hours See Graduation from the University for the University General Education Program requirements Note that MATH 1830 1421 or 1910 Mathematics requirement with a minimum grade of C ECON 2010 and 2020 Social Behavioral Sciences requirement are specified for the B B A degree B College and Degree B B A Requirements 42 hours Lower Division Business Core Curriculum 12 hours No grade below C and 2 25 GPA 2 5 for accounting majors in ECON 2010 ECON 2020 and the following lower division courses ACCT 2010 Fundamentals of Accounting I 3 ACCT 2020 Fundamentals of Accounting II 3 SCMS 2710 Business Analytics Statistics 3 or MATH 1530 Prob Statistics Non Calculus 3 MIS 2749 Introduction to Business Microcomputer Applications 3 Upper Division Business Core Curriculum 30 hours No grade below C and 2 25 GPA in the following courses ACCT 3130 Legal Social and Political Environment of Business 3 FIR 3410 Financial Management 3 MGMT 3110 Organization and Management 3 MGMT 4710 Strategic Management 3 Enrollment usually limited to graduating seniors MKTG 3010 Principles of Marketing 3 MGMT 3510 Business Communication 3 SCMS 3510 Operations Management 3 SCMS 3711 Business Analytics Tools 3 MIS 3210 Critical Thinking in Project Management for Business 3 Choose One ACCT 4625 International Accounting IFRS vs US GAAP 3 MGMT 4810 International Management 3 MKTG 4530 International Marketing 3 ECON 4350 International Economics 3 FIR 4550 International Finance 3 MGMT 4510 International Business Communication and Negotiation 3 MIS 4310 Global Information Technology 3 ECON 4351 International Monetary Economics Theory and Policy 3 one course from FIR 4110 4119 3 when the topic pertains to international business and has been approved in advance by the department chair Transfer students are referred to the section Transfer Credit in the College of Business and Economics description C The Major 21 27 hours No grade below C and a minimum 2 25 GPA in the major Foreign Language 6 semester hours in one modern foreign language at or above the 2000 level or equivalent A minimum of 15 semester hours from the following BA 4911 ECON 4350 4351 FIR 3720 4440 4550 MGMT 4510 4810 MKTG 4080 4470 4530 SCMS 2610 4510 4511 D Electives 10 16 hours Lower division or upper division courses to bring the total of hours earned to 120 See International Business advisor for recommended electives in global and area studies International Business Minor For students whose major is in another department in The Fogelman College of Business and Economics 12 hours from the following courses with the approval of the International Business advisor ECON 4350 4351 FIR 3720 4400 4550 SCMS 2610 4510 4511 MGMT 4510 4810

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  • Supply Chain Management - UGCatalog - University of Memphis
    and Sciences Fogelman College of Business and Economics College of Communication and Fine Arts College of Education School of Health Studies Herff College of Engineering School of Communication Sciences and Disorders Loewenberg School of Nursing University College Kemmons Wilson School of Hospitality and Resort Management Independent Programs Home UGCatalog College Programs Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Management Department of Marketing and Supply Chain Management Supply Chain Management majors study the functions that comprise supply chain management including logistics purchasing sourcing operations and transportation Logistics procedures and strategies warehousing inventory management and order processing are covered Emphasis on analysis of the competitive environment distribution network alternatives and customer service aspects provide a background in each functional area to enable students to pursue their areas of interest Supply Chain Management Major B B A A University General Education Program 41 hours See Graduation from the University for the University General Education Program requirements Note that MATH 1830 1421 or 1910 Mathematics requirement with a minimum grade of C ECON 2010 and 2020 Social Behavioral Sciences requirement are specified for the B B A degree B College and Degree B B A Requirements 42 hours Lower Division Business Core Curriculum 12 hours No grade below C and 2 25 GPA 2 5 for accounting majors in ECON 2010 ECON 2020 and the following lower division courses ACCT 2010 Fundamentals of Accounting I 3 ACCT 2020 Fundamentals of Accounting II 3 SCMS 2710 Business Analytics Statistics 3 or MATH 1530 Prob Statistics Non Calculus 3 MIS 2749 Introduction to Business Microcomputer Applications 3 Upper Division Business Core Curriculum 30 hours No grade below C and 2 25 GPA in the following courses ACCT 3130 Legal Social and Political Environment of Business 3 FIR 3410 Financial Management 3 MGMT 3110 Organization and Management 3 MGMT 4710 Strategic Management 3 Enrollment usually limited to graduating seniors MKTG 3010 Principles of Marketing 3 MGMT 3510 Business Communication 3 SCMS 3510 Operations Management 3 SCMS 3711 Business Analytics Tools 3 MIS 3210 Critical Thinking in Project Management for Business 3 Choose One ACCT 4625 International Accounting IFRS vs US GAAP 3 MGMT 4810 International Management 3 MKTG 4530 International Marketing 3 ECON 4350 International Economics 3 FIR 4550 International Finance 3 MGMT 4510 International Business Communication and Negotiation 3 MIS 4310 Global Information Technology 3 ECON 4351 International Monetary Economics Theory and Policy 3 one course from FIR 4110 4119 3 when the topic pertains to international business and has been approved in advance by the department chair Transfer students are referred to the section Transfer Credit in the College of Business and Economics description C The Major 24 hours No grade below C and a minimum 2 25 GPA in the major A minimum of 24 upper division semester hours in marketing courses as follows SCMS 2610 3620 3650 4510 and either SCMS 4810 3 or 4811 3 6 The remaining six to nine semester hours chosen by the student from the following courses MKTG 3410 4470

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  • Management - UGCatalog - University of Memphis
    to develop knowledge of organizations and administrative processes and enhance skills in interpersonal relations written and oral communication and work project development and completion The Management is intended to promote the development of general knowledge and skills that can be applied in virtually any organizational setting and which will continue to be important in the future In addition to required core courses in management students select among several more specialized courses to complete their majors Management Major B B A A University General Education Program 41 hours See Graduation from the University for the University General Education Program requirements Note that MATH 1830 1421 or 1910 Mathematics requirement with a minimum grade of C ECON 2010 and 2020 Social Behavioral Sciences requirement are specified for the B B A degree B College and Degree B B A Requirements 42 hours Lower Division Business Core Curriculum 12 hours No grade below C and 2 25 GPA 2 5 for accounting majors in ECON 2010 ECON 2020 and the following lower division courses ACCT 2010 Fundamentals of Accounting I 3 ACCT 2020 Fundamentals of Accounting II 3 SCMS 2710 Business Analytics Statistics 3 or MATH 1530 Prob Statistics Non Calculus 3 MIS 2749 Introduction to Business Microcomputer Applications 3 Upper Division Business Core Curriculum 30 hours No grade below C and 2 25 GPA in the following courses ACCT 3130 Legal Social and Political Environment of Business 3 FIR 3410 Financial Management 3 MGMT 3110 Organization and Management 3 MGMT 4710 Strategic Management 3 Enrollment usually limited to graduating seniors MKTG 3010 Principles of Marketing 3 MGMT 3510 Business Communication 3 SCMS 3510 Operations Management 3 SCMS 3711 Business Analytics Tools 3 MIS 3210 Critical Thinking in Project Management for Business 3 Choose One ACCT 4625 International Accounting IFRS vs US GAAP 3 MGMT 4810 International Management 3 MKTG 4530 International Marketing 3 ECON 4350 International Economics 3 FIR 4550 International Finance 3 MGMT 4510 International Business Communication and Negotiation 3 MIS 4310 Global Information Technology 3 ECON 4351 International Monetary Economics Theory and Policy 3 one course from FIR 4110 4119 3 when the topic pertains to international business and has been approved in advance by the department chair Transfer students are referred to the section Transfer Credit in the College of Business and Economics description C The Major 24 hours No grade below C and a minimum 2 25 GPA in the major 1 For students choosing a major in Management with no concentration A minimum of 24 upper division semester hours including MGMT 3215 4420 4461 and either MGMT 4510 or MGMT 4810 The additional 12 hours of the 24 hour minimum for the major can be selected from the following MGMT 3810 4240 4251 4260 4481 4510 4810 4820 4910 4110 19 4911 a maximum of 6 hours from the following courses HPRM 2330 3315 4350 MKTG 3410 4470 PADM 4226 COMM 4342 2 For students choosing a major in Management with a concentration in Human Resources Management

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  • Business and Information Technology - UGCatalog - University of Memphis
    Management Information Systems It requires a knowledge of individual and or group behavior the process of perception how people select and interpret information the decision tools they need computers and communication technology systems design managing data and the impact individual decisions have on the organization Program objectives for a B B A in Management Information Systems are found here Management Information Systems includes several specialized areas including Telecommunications Information Systems Management and Planning Statistics System Development Data Base Management and general applications of computers to business Many Management Information Systems courses require substantial hands on experience in computer labs Therefore the department does not allow credit by examination for upper division courses Management Information Systems Major B B A A University General Education Program 41 hours See Graduation from the University for the University General Education Program requirements Note that MATH 1830 1421 or 1910 Mathematics requirement with a minimum grade of C ECON 2010 and 2020 Social Behavioral Sciences requirement are specified for the B B A degree B College and Degree B A Requirements 42 hours Lower Division Business Core Curriculum 12 hours No grade below C and 2 25 GPA 2 5 for accounting majors in ECON 2010 ECON 2020 and the following lower division courses ACCT 2010 Fundamentals of Accounting I 3 ACCT 2020 Fundamentals of Accounting II 3 SCMS 2710 Business Analytics Statistics 3 or MATH 1530 Prob Statistics Non Calculus 3 MIS 2749 Introduction to Business Microcomputer Applications 3 Upper Division Business Core Curriculum 30 hours No grade below C and 2 25 GPA in the following courses ACCT 3130 Legal Social and Political Environment of Business 3 FIR 3410 Financial Management 3 MGMT 3110 Organization and Management 3 MGMT 4710 Strategic Management 3 Enrollment usually limited to graduating seniors MKTG 3010 Principles of Marketing 3 MGMT 3510 Business Communication 3 SCMS 3510 Operations Management 3 SCMS 3711 Business Analytics Tools 3 MIS 3210 Critical Thinking in Project Management for Business 3 Choose One ACCT 4625 International Accounting IFRS vs US GAAP 3 MGMT 4810 International Management 3 MKTG 4530 International Marketing 3 ECON 4350 International Economics 3 FIR 4550 International Finance 3 MGMT 4510 International Business Communication and Negotiation 3 MIS 4310 Global Information Technology 3 ECON 4351 International Monetary Economics Theory and Policy 3 one course from FIR 4110 4119 3 when the topic pertains to international business and has been approved in advance by the department chair Transfer students are referred to the section Transfer Credit in the College of Business and Economics description C The Major 27 hours No grade below C and a minimum 2 25 GPA in the major Completion of a minimum of 27 hours including MIS 2845 3770 3775 3790 3885 and 4800 The additional nine hours will be satisfied by three of the following MIS 3820 3821 3845 3886 4310 4760 4845 4911 or COMP 4262 D Electives 10 hours Lower division or upper division courses to bring the total of hours earned to 120

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  • Marketing Management - UGCatalog - University of Memphis
    is to provide a broad view of the marketing process and to develop an understanding of all the factors involved in the marketing of goods and services Marketing Management majors study the practical application of marketing concepts including procedures for developing promotion pricing distribution and sales management strategies Additionally instruction is provided in market research buyer behavior issues and a variety of market programming topics Program objectives for a B B A in Marketing Management are found here Marketing Management Major B B A A University General Education Program 41 hours See Graduation from the University for the University General Education Program requirements Note that MATH 1830 1421 or 1910 Mathematics requirement with a minimum grade of C ECON 2010 and 2020 Social Behavioral Sciences requirement are specified for the B B A degree B College and Degree B B A Requirements 42 hours Lower Division Business Core Curriculum 12 hours No grade below C and 2 25 GPA 2 5 for accounting majors in ECON 2010 ECON 2020 and the following lower division courses ACCT 2010 Fundamentals of Accounting I 3 ACCT 2020 Fundamentals of Accounting II 3 SCMS 2710 Business Analytics Statistics 3 or MATH 1530 Prob Statistics Non Calculus 3 MIS 2749 Introduction to Business Microcomputer Applications 3 Upper Division Business Core Curriculum 30 hours No grade below C and 2 25 GPA in the following courses ACCT 3130 Legal Social and Political Environment of Business 3 FIR 3410 Financial Management 3 MGMT 3110 Organization and Management 3 MGMT 4710 Strategic Management 3 Enrollment usually limited to graduating seniors MKTG 3010 Principles of Marketing 3 MGMT 3510 Business Communication 3 SCMS 3510 Operations Management 3 SCMS 3711 Business Analytics Tools 3 MIS 3210 Critical Thinking in Project Management for Business 3 Choose One ACCT 4625 International Accounting IFRS vs US GAAP 3 MGMT 4810 International Management 3 MKTG 4530 International Marketing 3 ECON 4350 International Economics 3 FIR 4550 International Finance 3 MGMT 4510 International Business Communication and Negotiation 3 MIS 4310 Global Information Technology 3 ECON 4351 International Monetary Economics Theory and Policy 3 one course from FIR 4110 4119 3 when the topic pertains to international business and has been approved in advance by the department chair Transfer students are referred to the section Transfer Credit in the College of Business and Economics description C The Major 24 hours No grade below C and a minimum 2 25 GPA in the major A minimum of 24 upper division semester hours in marketing courses as follows SCMS 2610 MKTG 3012 3140 4080 4901 and either MKTG 3410 or 4470 and six semester hours chosen by the student from the following MKTG 3320 3410 4230 4470 4530 4911 4920 29 SCMS 3620 3650 D Electives 13 hours Lower division or upper division courses to bring the total of hours earned to 120 Marketing Management Minor For students whose major is in another college of the University 18 hours MKTG 3010 3012 3140 SCMS 2610 and six semester

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