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Majors
  • General Business

    From law to economics to accounting, students in the business major learn that knowing a little about a lot is what others regard as wisdom. But the skills learned in the business major's required courses lead to more than a "bigger picture" understanding of the economy—they lead to an economy where Culverhouse students are the picture's subject and focal point. 

     
    Courses
    • AC 210 Principles of Accounting
    • AC 351 Managerial Accounting Decisions
    • EC 110 Principles of Microeconomics
    • EC 111 Principles of Macroeconomics
    • EC 400 Analysis of Economic Conditions at the Micro/Macro Level
    • FI 301 Introduction to Financial Institutions and Markets
    • FI 302 Business Finance
    • FI 331 Principles of Real Estate
    • FI 400 Financial Institutions, Markets & Investments
    • GBA 490 Strategic Management
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    • HCM 370 Introduction to Health Systems
    • IBA 350 Introduction to World Business
    • LGS 200 Legal Environment of Business
    • MGT 300 Organizational Theory & Behavior
    • MGT 395 Managerial Communication Strategy
    • MIS 200 Fundamentals of Management Information Systems
    • MKT 300 Principles of Marketing
    • MKT 321 Retail Management
    • OM 300 Introduction to Production Management
    • ST 260 Statistical Data Analysis
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