Business Administration: Management B.S. Degree

School of Business
Office: W307 Thompson Hall

(716) 673-3402

Dr. Julie Fitzpatrick, Interim Department Chairperson

Email: business.administration@fredonia.edu

Website: http://home.fredonia.edu/businessadministration

Major Requirements

A minimum grade of C - or better is required for all courses in the major. 

Supporting Courses:

MATH 120Survey of Calculus I

3

and

CSIT 104Introduction to Microcomputer Software

3

or

CSIT 151Introduction to Information Systems

3

and

CSIT 251Information Systems Structures

3

or

BUAD 260Business Intelligence

3

Total Credit Hours:9

Lower Level Core Courses:

ECON 200Fundamentals of Statistics for Business Administration and Economics

3

ACCT 201Principles of Financial Accounting

3

ACCT 202Principles of Managerial Accounting

3

ECON 205Principles ofMicroeconomics

3

ECON 210Principles of Macroeconomics

3

Total Credit Hours:15

Upper Level Core Courses:

BUAD 300Statistical Analysis

3

and

BUAD 310Legal Environment of Business

3

or

ACCT 311Business Law I

3

and

BUAD 320Managerial Finance

3

BUAD 323Organizational Behavior

3

BUAD 327Operations Management

3

BUAD 328Marketing Foundations

3

BUAD 499Strategic Management

3

Total Credit Hours:21

Major Course Requirements for Management:

BUAD 330Human Resource Management

3

BUAD 427Applied Quality Operations

3

BUAD 480Internship

1-9

Total Credit Hours:7

NOTE:

  • BUAD 480 is a variable 1-9 credit hour course. Students need to complete the course for at least one credit hour to satisfy the degree requirements.

Plus 6 credit hours from the following:

BUAD 321Management and Organizational Behavior

3

BUAD 335Business Consulting

3

BUAD 354Entrepreneurship

3

BUAD 378Business and Ethics

3

BUAD 417Corporate Finance I

3

BUAD 450Senior Seminar

1-3

Total Credit Hours:6

NOTE:

  • BUAD 450 is a variable 1-3 credit hour course. Students need to complete the course for at least three credit hours to satisfy the degree requirements.
  • All Business Administration majors are allowed to repeat a failed major course no more than two times.
  • Individualized Specialization: With the approval of his or her advisor and the chair of the department, a student may develop his or her own specialization in lieu of the above specific major. Such specializations must consist of (as listed above) the Supporting Courses, the Lower Level Core, the Upper Level Core, and at least five additional upper-level courses in a cohesive subject-area germane to business. Such specializations are possible and encouraged as long as they satisfy the department’s conditions for rigor and substance.

Total Credit Hours: 58