Business Administration - BA, BS
St. Kate’s business administration major prepares students to manage people, products and services in local and international marketplaces. Designed with leading organizations, our courses equip students with the skills and knowledge employers seek including the latest marketing trends in digital media and social marketing. The student's ability to lead others will be enhanced through course work in leadership, strategic management, change management, and business analytics. The skills students develop will be strengthened through participation in real-world projects with partnering organizations. In addition, students will run a business in their strategic management capstone through an interactive simulation program that integrates all the major functional areas of business: human resources, sales, finance and marketing.
This major is offered in the College for Women only.
|ACCT 2112||Financial Accounting I||2|
|ACCT 2130||Managerial Accounting||4|
|ACCT 3202||Business Finance||2|
|ACCT 3212||Advanced Finance||2|
|BUSI 2012||Business Analytics||2|
|BUSI 2502||Global Business||2|
|BUSI 2652||Legal Environment of Business||2|
|BUSI 3652||Business Law - Contracts||2|
|BUSI 4752||Business Practicum (or upper-division elective with approval of advisor)||2-4|
|or BUSI 4754||Business Practicum|
|BUSI 4800||Business Portfolio||0|
|MGMT 2400||Principles of Management||4|
|MGMT 3400||Leadership, Effective Teams and Change Management 1||4|
|or MBA 6100||Foundations for Personal and Team Leadership|
|MGMT 3460||Managing a Diverse Workforce||4|
|MGMT 4400||Operations Management||4|
|MGMT 4490W||Strategic Management||4|
|MKTG 2302||Introduction to Marketing||2|
|MKTG 2350W||Integrated Marketing Communications||4|
|Required Supporting Courses|
|ECON 2610||Principles of Microeconomics||4|
|ECON 2620||Principles of Macroeconomics||4|
|Select one course from:||4|
|Statistical Analysis for the Social Sciences|
|Statistical Analysis for Decision Making|
|Statistical Methods in Psychology|
MGMT 3400 may be replaced with MBA 6100 if the student is admitted to the articulation program. See the MBA section of the University's Graduate Catalog for details about articulation. Note: the MBA classes are worth three credits each.
All majors are required to complete a business portfolio. The portfolio is the vehicle that enables students to integrate the life skills and knowledge they bring with them and the knowledge, skills and values learned within the courses and field experiences throughout the program. This portfolio allows students to validate their experiences at St. Catherine University.
The portfolio is cumulative in nature; most aspects are completed as part of course work. Students must present the portfolio to their advisor no later than September 30 for December graduation or February 15 for May graduation.
For specific portfolio (BUSI 4800 Business Portfolio) requirements, please refer to the Professional Portfolio Handbook.
Business Administration majors satisfy the Writing Requirement for Majors by completing MGMT 4490W Strategic Management and MKTG 2350W Integrated Marketing Communications. They complete the Liberal Arts and Sciences Core Writing Requirement with two other writing-intensive courses (CORE 1000W The Reflective Woman or CORE 2000W The Reflective Woman and CORE 3990W Global Search for Justice).
Business Administration majors may complete a minor in financial economics by taking two additional courses from the following:
ECON 3350 Financial Markets and Institutions
ECON 3460W Global Financial Issues
ECON 3650 Investment Theories