Sustainability: Economics  Major Course Sequence

The Bachelor of of Science in Business Administration (Sustainability: Economics and Management) is a 127 credit hour program with a combination of classroom-based and experiential on-site learning as well as key inter-disciplinary components in the context of a Jesuit education.

First Year

First Semester Semester Hours Second Semester Semester Hours
ECON 200
Microeconomics
3 ECON 201
Macroeconomics
3
HIST 171
U.S. Environmental History
3 HIST 172 
U.S. Environmental History
3
Math 150
Elements of Calculus I
3 PHYS 108: Environmental Physics or CHEM 102: Environment & Energy 3
ENGL 101: English Composition
or 115: Rhetoric
3 PHIL 100
Ethics as Intro to Philosophy
3
Foriegn Language
Elective
3 Foriegn Language
Elective
3
    INFO 120
Intro to Business Technology
1
Total 15 Total 16

Second Year

First Semester Semester Hours Second Semester Semester Hours
ECON 320
Environmental & Natural Resource Economics
3 BIOL 120/127
Life: Ecology & People
3
ECON 305
Microeconomic Analysis
3 MGMT 300
Managerial Behavior: Sustainability
3
STAT 210
Statistics for Business I
3 STAT 211
Statistics for Business II
3
THEO 111
Theological Foundations
3 THEO 2XX
Theology & Agriculture
3
SHRM 200
Strategic Human Resources Mgmt
3 Literature
Elective
3
Total 15 Total 15

Third Year

First Semester Semester Hours Second Semester Semester Hours
MGMT 3XX
Managing for Sustainability
3 ECON 4XX
Environment, Economics, & Policy
3
BIOL 250/251
Ecology & Lab
4 MGMT 333
Global Supply Chain Management
3
MGMT 302
Quality and Product in Operations
3 PHIL 290
Theory of Knowledge
3
MKTG 300
Principles of Marketing
3 INFO 220
Management of Information
3
ACCT 200
Introductory Financial Accounting
3 FINC 300
Business Finance
3
Total 16 Total 15

Fourth Year

First Semester Semester Hours Second Semester Semester Hours
MGMT 309
Organizational Change Management
3 ECOS Capstone
Experiential Integrative Project
3
ECON 300
International Trade & Business
3 Business Elective
See list below
3
PHIL 338: Enlightenment & Revolution or PHIL 3XX: The Future of Justice 3 THEO 360: Consumption as Problem or THEO 379: Simple Faith 3
ENGL 205: Literature and the Moral Imagination: Sustainability 3 BLAW 300
Legal Environment
3
MGMT 301
Managerial Communications
2 Fine Arts
Elective
3
Open 3    
Total 17 Total 15

 

Business Elective Options

BIOL 398: Seminar: Environmental Studies
ECON 306: Macroeconomic Analysis
ECON 307: Empirical Analysis & Methods
ECON 315: History of Economic Thought
ECON 341: Economics of Developing Countries
ECON 395: Economics of Poverty
ECON 3XX: Sustainaible Economic Development
ECON 420: Urban and Regional Economics
ECON 440: Public Economics
ECON 450: International Economics
ECON 460: Labor Economics
ECON 495: Markets, Strategy & Rivalry
MGMT 385: Project Management
MGMT 325: International Management
MGMT 314: Leadership
ENTR 305: Creativity & Innovation
ENTR 311: New Venture Planning
ENTR XXX: Entrepreneurial Cooperatives
XXXX 303/403: Internship Jr/Sr
 

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