BS in Management Curriculum
To be granted the bachelor of science degree in management from the School of Management, students must complete the following courses:
- CQS 112. Statistics for Management**
- ECON 160. Microeconomics
- ECON 162. Macroeconomics
- MATH 221 or 220. Calculus
Electives to include General Education coursework, a second composition courses and a minimum of 3 courses at the intermediate or advanced Level.
School of Management
- CQS 111. Computer Tools for Management
- CQS 311. Advanced Computer Tools
- MIS 311. Management Information Systems
- OPM 311. Operations Management
- ACCT 211-212. Financial and Managerial Accounting
- BL&S 111. Legal Environment of Management I
- IBUS 311. World of Business
- MGMT 311. Organizational Behavior
- MKTG 311. Introduction to Marketing
- FIN 311. Financial Management
- MGMT 411. Global Strategic Management
To view course descriptions of management courses, please visit the Binghamton University Bulletin website.
Minimum number of four hour courses - 3
Each student in this degree program may elect one or more of the following concentrations:
- Consulting and Leadership
- Financial Engineering
- Global Management
- Management Information Systems
- General Management
- Supply Chain Management
Electives or second concentration:
Minimum number of four-hour courses: 3
*Students must take two writing-emphasis courses(C) in liberal arts to fulfill the writing requirement. The term "introductory level" refers to those courses for which there are no prerequisites and/or courses numbered below 300. A course with no prerequisite and a number below 300, but specified as being intermediate or advanced in nature by the department teaching the course, may be used as a non-introductory elective.
**SOM strongly recommends that students take CQS 112 as their required course in statistics. No more than one introductory statistics course may count toward the degree.
General Education at Binghamton
- For information on course descriptions, credit hours and GenEd Requirements, view the Binghamton University Bulletin.