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Core Curriculum

These requirements apply to all majors within the Broad College except Hospitality Business

Degree Requirements

  • BUS 250 is not required for students directly admitted to a degree-granting major prior to Fall 2016 through the “junior admissions” process. See a Broad academic advisor with questions about this requirement.

Major Field Requirements
Specialized courses in the following major fields of concentration provide in-depth study of your chosen concentration.

Accounting (ACC)
Finance (FI)
General Management (GM) (available only to students admitted to the Broad College in this major)
Human Resource Management (HRM)
Management (MGT)
Marketing (MKT)
Supply Chain Management (SCM)

Elective Credit Requirement
At least nine credits of elective courses must be complete outside the Broad College, Department of Mathematics, and Department of Statistics and Probability. The total number of elective credits needed for graduation will vary based upon the student’s major. View our list of electives popular with Broad students, or visit Schedule of Courses for other options available in the current semester.

Credits Required for Graduation
Students must complete a minimum of 120 credits (123 credits if credit for MTH 1825 was earned at MSU) to be eligible for graduation.

Students are allowed a maximum of three credits (only two distinct one-credit enrollments for accounting majors) of internship or other work experience to count toward the required electives for graduation.

Students are allowed a maximum of six credits in English as a Second Language (ESL) 220, 221, 222, or 223 to count toward the required electives for graduation.

 


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