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1 MANAGEMENT, MARKETING & OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT FOR STUDENTS ADMITTED TO THE UNIVERSITY AS OF SEPTEMBER 2006 CURRICULUM - Suggested Sequence First Semester Credits Second Semester Credits FRESHMAN YEAR Microeconomics, ECON 1* 3 Critical Reading/Writing, ENGL 110* 3 Calculus I, MATH 221* 3 Macroeconomics, ECON 2* 3 Humanities Elective 3 Basics of Business, BUAD 110* 3 Humanities Elective 3 (First-Year Experience) Natural Science with Lab 4 Natural Science 3 16 SOPHOMORE YEAR Acctg I (Financial), ACCT 207* 3 Acctg II (Managerial), ACCT 208* 3 Statistics I, MATH 201* 3 Statistics II, MATH 202* 3 Bus. Computing, MISY Bus Info Sys, MISY Humanities Elective 3 Humanities Elective 3 Oral Comm. In Business, COMM JUNIOR YEAR Intro to Marketing, BUAD 301* 3 Operations Management, BUAD 306* 3 Follow suggested sequence for Mgt & Org Behavior, BUAD 309* 3 selected Major on Page 2. Principles of Finance, FINC 311* 3 * Grade of "C-" or better required in these courses. 1

2 MAJORS MANAGEMENT MARKETING OPERATIONS Junior Year, Second Semester Bus Law & Soc Issues, ACCT Human Res. Management, BUAD 421* 3 International Course Requirement & 3 Bus Law & Soc Issues, ACCT Marketing Research, BUAD 302* 3 International Course Requirement & 3 Bus Law & Soc Issues, ACCT Analysis of Op. Prob, BUAD 346* 3 International Course Requirement & 3 Management Major Course* + 3 Design. Eff. Org., BUAD 422* 3 ACCT, BUAD, ENTR, MISY, or FINC Elec. 3 Mgt. of Info. Systems, MISY 427* 3 Senior Year, First Semester BUAD 471 or 473* 3 Marketing Major Course* # 3 Marketing Major Course* # 3 IT App. in Mkt., BUAD 477* 3 Op Planning & Control, BUAD 446* 3 Quality in Operations, BUAD 447* 3 ACCT, BUAD, FINC, or MISY Elec. 3 Management Major Course* + 3 Management Major Course* + 3 Business Policy, BUAD 441* 3 14 Senior Year, Second Semester Market Strategy/Firm, BUAD 479* 3 Business Policy, BUAD 441* 3 ACCT, BUAD, ENTR, FINC, or MISY Elec Dec Support Systems, BUAD 448* 3 Pro.Strut.Oper.Dec.Making,BUAD449* 3 Business Policy, BUAD 441* 3 ACCT, BUAD, ENTR, FINC, or MISY Elec *Grade of "C-" or better required in these courses. & International course requirement to be selected from courses listed on page 5. + Taken from BUAD 382, 384, 386, 420, 423, 425, 429 or 444. Note: BUAD 382 discontinued as of fall # Taken from BUAD 470, 471, 472, 473, 474, 475 or

3 REQUIREMENTS FOR MAJORS IN MANAGEMENT, MARKETING, AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT (NOTE: All group requirements except free electives must be taken for a letter grade. Pass/Fail status courses may only count in Group E.) University Requirements ENGL 110 Critical Reading & Writing with a minimum grade of C- (3 credits). 3 credits of a Multicultural Course. Discovery Learning Experience (DLE) (3 credits). This could be a winter, summer or semester study abroad, an internship course, an independent study or an approved experiential learning course. See the DLE website for more information at First-Year Experience. University Breadth Requirements (12 credits with a minimum grade of C-): All students entering the University of Delaware as of fall 2010 are required to take a minimum of 12 credits of University breadth requirements 3 credits each from courses designated as Creative Arts and Humanities, History and Cultural Change, Social and Behavioral Sciences, and Mathematics, Natural Sciences, and Technology. Students must pass these courses with a grade of C- or better. Note that students must take breadth courses from four different subject areas (e.g. the four- letter subject code ACCT, HIST, etc.). Students may not use a course that is cross-listed with a subject area that has already been used to satisfy a university breadth requirement. Students enrolled in a single major may not satisfy the breadth requirement with courses in the subject area of that major (e.g. chemistry majors may not use CHEM courses). Students who are enrolled in more than one major or degree are allowed to meet the University breadth requirement by taking approved breadth courses from within the subject areas of their majors. The requirement may be fulfilled through a course or courses taken to complete other degree requirements, subject to the limitations above; however, credit hours may be counted only once towards the credit hour minimum required for the degree. See the undergraduate catalog at for the list of course options. GROUP A - 12 credits of Humanities Courses with these prefixes: Art History (ARTH), Comparative Literature (CMLT), English Literature (ENGL) except ENGL 312 and other composition-type courses, History (HIST), Music (MUSC) except credit for participation in instrumental and/or choral organizations, Philosophy (PHIL), and Theatre (THEA). Only six credits of foreign language instruction may be taken. Literature courses taught in a foreign language are acceptable. No more than nine credits may be taken in any one department. GROUP B - 12 credits of Social and/or Behavioral Sciences Courses with these prefixes: Anthropology (ANTH), Economics (ECON) at the 200 level or higher, Geography (GEOG), Political Science (POSC), Psychology (PSYC), Sociology (SOCI), BAMS 110, BAMS 205, BAMS 206, and WOMS 201. Three credits in Psychology and Sociology are required. No more than six credits may be taken in one department. GROUP C - 18 credits of Skills 1) Three credits of Mathematics, MATH 221 or MATH 241 with a minimum grade of C-. 2) Three credits of English, ENGL 110 with a minimum grade of C- from University requirements above. 3) Six credits of Statistics, MATH 201 and 202 with a minimum grade of C-. 4) Three credits of communications requirements: COMM 212. GROUP D - 7 credits of Natural Science Courses with these prefixes: Biological Science (BISC), Chemistry (CHEM), Entomology (ENWC), Geology (GEOL), 3

4 Marine Studies (MAST), Physics (PHYS), Plant Science (PLSC), and Science (SCEN), ANTH 102, ANTH 104, ANTH 202, NTDT 200, GEOG 106, GEOG 220, GEOG 101, GEOG 101 with 111, and GEOG 2. This requirement includes one associated laboratory credit. GROUP E - 12 credits of Free Electives No courses offered by the College of Business and Economics may be used in the free elective category. Free electives include any course outside the College of Business and Economics, subject to the following: 1) A maximum of two credits of HESC 120 may be applied to this group. 2) Excess credits from Groups A through D may be counted toward Group E. 3) English Essentials (ENGL 011), Intermediate Algebra (MATH 010), College Intensive Literacy (EDUC 011), or any other "0" level course may not be counted toward degree. 4) If a student elects to take an eligible free elective course Pass/Fail, a maximum of one P/F course (3-4 credits) may be taken each semester. This is in addition to courses offered only on a P/F basis. Exceptions allowing College of Business and Economics courses to count in the free elective category include: 1) Students admitted to the minor in Management Information Systems or the minor in Entrepreneurial Studies may apply nine credits of the minor. 2) Students admitted to the major/minor in Economics may apply three credits of Economics at the 200-level or higher. 3) Students participating in BUAD Study Abroad Programs may apply credits if completing a double major within the College. GROUP F - 60 credits of College of Business and Economics courses 1) Students are required to earn at least a "C-" in ECON 1, 2; ACCT 207, 208; BUAD 110, BUAD 301, 306, 309, 441 and FINC 311, as well as the courses noted in their respective chosen majors of Management, Marketing and Operations Management. 2) CISC 101 may be substituted for MISY ) ACCT, BUAD, ENTR, FINC or MISY electives are 300-level or higher courses offered through the departments of Accounting and MIS, Business Administration, and Finance. ACCT 302, 350 and 351 do not count toward degree for majors. (ACCT 302 or MISY 225 may be substituted, however, for MISY 261, and ACCT 350 and 351 may be substituted for ACCT 352 if completing a double major with Accounting). 4) One ECON course at the 200-level or higher and/or one ENTR course may be applied to the Professional Electives in Group F. If ECON is used as a professional elective, an ECON may NOT be used as an International course. 5) BUAD 441, , and 479 must be taken senior year. 6) A student must fulfill the requirements for a major area in Management, Marketing or Operations. 7) Students may take only one of the required BUAD upper-level courses as specified under Major Areas at another institution. ANY DEVIATION FROM THE ABOVE CURRICULUM REQUIRES WRITTEN APPROVAL FROM THE UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM ADVISOR OF THE DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: MRS. SANDRA FIELDS WHO S MY ADVISOR? All honors students, juniors and seniors in Management, Marketing and Operations are advised by Mrs. Sandy Fields, 236 Lerner Hall, Freshman and sophomores are advised in the Office of Undergraduate Advising and Academic Services, 102 Purnell Hall. Students majoring in Management, Marketing, and Operations Management are part of the Department of Business Administration. Students admitted to the Alfred Lerner College of Business & Economics as undeclared may freely elect Management, Marketing, International Business Studies, Operations Management, Sport Management, Finance, Accounting, Economics, or Management Information Systems majors if they do so prior to October 1 of their sophomore year. Students classified as IBS, MKT, MGT, SM, or OM will be given priority to change within these majors on a space available basis during the open application periods each fall and spring. 4

5 Note: Many students take courses through the Winter and Summer Sessions to reduce their regular semester courseload. These special sessions normally offer only introductory level courses. If you want to take a course somewhere other than UD, be sure to get the course pre-approved by the department that offers the equivalent course and your College s Dean. You will need a copy of the course description and/or syllabus. The College or University must be AACSB accredited to transfer business courses. INTERNATIONAL COURSES (ACCT, BUAD, ECON, FINC and MISY) ACCT 383 Introduction to International Accounting ACCT 395 Seminar: International Accounting BUAD 341 Environment of Multinational Corporations (Cross-listed as ECON 341 and/or POSC 341) (discontinued after 2009 spring) BUAD 382 International Business Management (discontinued fall 2009) BUAD 383 Seminar on International Management BUAD 384 Global Business Environment BUAD 386 International Business Management (beginning 2009 fall) BUAD 391 Seminar on International Management BUAD 393 Seminar on International Marketing Management BUAD 394 Seminar on International Operations Management BUAD 425 Current Issues in Global Business BUAD 475 International Marketing ECON 305 Comparative Economics Systems ECON 311 Economics of Developing Countries ECON 318 Economic History of France ECON 340 International Economics ECON 341 (See BUAD 341) ECON 344 The Making of the European Economy ECON 348 Industrial Policies of France ECON 405 The Planned Economies ECON 411 Economic Theory of Developing Countries ECON 441 Advanced International Economics ECON 443 International Monetary Economics ECON 444 Analysis of European Economic Performance FINC 392 Seminar on International Financial Management FINC 4 International Finance MISY 395 Global Issues in Information Technology 5

6 CHECKOUT SHEET FOR MAJORS IN MANAGEMENT, MARKETING, AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT For students admitted to the University as of September 2006 NAME STUDENT ID PHONE # General Requirements - 58 credits Course Credits Grade Semester GROUP A - Humanities 12 GROUP B - Social/Behavioral Science PSYC 3 SOCI 3 12 GROUP C - Skills *ENGL *MATH *MATH *MATH COMM GROUP D - Science 4 7 GROUP E - Free Electives 12 TOTAL CREDITS: Taken from BUAD 382, 384, 386, 420, 423, 425, 429, or 444. Note: BUAD 382 discontinued as of fall * Grade of C- or better required in these courses. # Taken from BUAD 470, 471, 472, 473, 474, 475, or 478. & Select from courses on page 5.! Only 3 credits of ENTR may be used as ACCT, BUAD, ENTR, FINC or MISY electives. SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: COMPLETE THE UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS CHECK-SHEET ON THE NEXT PAGE. GROUP F - Major Core Courses - 39 credits *ECON 1 3 *ECON 2 3 MISY *ACCT *ACCT MISY ACCT *FINC *BUAD *BUAD *BUAD *BUAD *BUAD MAJOR AREAS (complete one) Management - 24 credits *BUAD *BUAD *BUAD 3 + *BUAD 3 + *BUAD 3 *MISY ACCT, BUAD, ENTR, FINC or MISY electives - 3 credits (300-level or higher) & INTERNATIONAL COURSE 3 credits Marketing - 24 credits *BUAD *BUAD *BUAD *BUAD 471/473 3 # *BUAD 3 # *BUAD 3 ACCT, BUAD, ENTR, FINC or MISY electives - 3 credits (300-level or higher) _ & INTERNATIONAL COURSE 3 credits Operations Management - 24 credits *BUAD *BUAD *BUAD *BUAD *BUAD 449 3!ACCT, BUAD, ENTR, FINC or MISY electives - 6 credits (300-level or higher) & INTERNATIONAL COURSE 3 credits _ Professional Requirements - 63 credits 6

7 UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS CHECK SHEET University requirements may also fulfill major requirements; however, credit hours may be counted only once towards the credit hour minimum required for the degree. Requirement Credits Grade Semester 1. First-Year Experience Requirement (FYE) (See for the list of approved FYE courses). Course: 2. Writing Requirement (C- minimum grade) ENGL Multicultural Requirement (3 credits) (this course must be taken for standard grading) Course: 3 4. Discovery Learning Experience Requirement (DLE) (3 credits) (See for the list of approved DLE courses). Course(s) 5. University Breadth Requirements (12 credits) (C- minimum grade) All students entering the University of Delaware as of Fall 2010 are required to take a minimum of 12 credits of University breadth requirements 3 credits each from courses designated as Creative Arts and Humanities, History and Cultural Change, Social and Behavioral Sciences, and Mathematics, Natural Sciences, and Technology. Students must pass these courses with a grade of C- or better. Note that students must take breadth courses from four different subject areas (e.g. the four- letter subject code ACCT, HIST, etc.). Students may not use a course that is cross-listed with a subject area that has already been used to satisfy a university breadth requirement. Students enrolled in a single major may not satisfy the breadth requirement with courses in the subject area of that major (e.g. chemistry majors may not use CHEM courses). Students who are enrolled in more than one major or degree are allowed to meet the University breadth requirement by taking approved breadth courses from within the subject areas of their majors. The requirement may be fulfilled through a course or courses taken to complete other degree requirements, subject to the limitations above; however, credit hours may be counted only once towards the credit hour minimum required for the degree. See the undergraduate catalog at for the list of course options. Creative Arts and Humanities (3 credits) (C- minimum grade) History and Cultural Change (3 credits) (C- minimum grade) Social and Behavioral Sciences (3 credits) (C- minimum grade) Mathematics, Natural Sciences, and Technology (3 credits) (C- minimum grade) 7

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