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School of Business and Industry
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Tallahassee, FL 32307-5200
 
 

Curriculum Requirements

The curricula below pertains to students who enrolled in college or have completed college coursework prior to Fall 2010

The curricula below pertains to students who entered Fall 2010 and after

The curricula below pertain to students who are enrolled in the Economics program:

The links below pertain to the minor and certificate programs in SBI:

Minor In Business Administration For Non-Business Majors
Human Resources Certificate (pdf)
Retail Management Certificate

 

 

Professional MBA Curriculum (prior to Fall 2010) 

 

First Year Credit Hours
ENC 1101, 1102 Freshman Communicative Skills  6
GEB 1440, 1441 Essential Relationships I, II  6
MAN 2812 Introduction to Business Systems  3
Humanities Electives (from approved listing)  3
Social Science Elective (from approved listing)  3
GEB 1091, 1092 Introductory Professional Development I, II  4
ACG 2022 Financial Accounting  3
Math Option (see below)  6

 Total Hours

 34
   
Second Year  
AMH 2091 Introduction to African-American History  3

QMB 3600, 3602 Quantitative Methods for

 
Business Decisions I, II  6

ACG 3301 Managerial Accounting

 3
ACG 3102 Financial Reporting & Analysis I  3

PHY 2053, 2054 College Physics I, II and

 
PHY 2053, 2054 Physics Lab I, II  8
MAN 3532 Management Engineering I  3
WOH 1012 World History  3
MKA 3702 Market Applications of Economic Theory  3
GEB 2931, 2932 Professional Development I, II  4
MAN 4941 Management Residency I  1

 Total Hours

 37
   
Third Year  
MAN 3027 Organizational Management  3
MAN 4653 Global Business  3
ACG 3112 Financial Reporting & Analysis II  3
FIN 4424 Problems in Financial Management  3
ACG 4642 Business Assurance and Attestation  3
Free Elective  3
MAN 3533 Management Engineering II  3
PEL Business Sport  2
MAR 4803 Marketing Management  3
Business Elective  3
MAN 4942 Residency Management II  1
GEB 3931, 3932 Intermediate Professional Development I, II  4
 Total Hours  34
   
Fourth Year  
MAN 5204 Organizational Theory and Analysis  3
MAN 5000 World Business Cultures  3

MAN 5615 World Resources

 3

FIN 5515 Investment Analysis & Portfolio Management or

 
FIN 5324 Commercial Banking Administration  3
BUL 5321 Legal Issues and Environment  3
Graduate Business Electives  6
MAN 5940 MBA Residency  1
GEB 5933 or 4931 Graduate Seminar in Leadership  2
GEB 5931 Senior Seminar in Leadership  2
Total Hours  26
   
Fifth Year  
TRA 5722, 5723 Supply Chain Management I, II  6
MAN 5721 Business Policy & Strategic Management  3

FIN 5406 Theory of Finance

 3
MAN 5838 Systems Theory and Design  3
GEB 5932 Graduate Seminar in Leadership  2
Graduate Business Electives (5000-level)  9
Total Hours  26
Total Semester Hours  157

Math Option
Option #1 MAC 1105 and MAC 2233
Option #2 MAD 2120 and MAC 2233 or  MAC 2311
Option #3 MAC 2311 and MAC 2312
*MAC 2311 can substitute for MAC 2233

 

 

One-Year MBA Curriculum (prior to Fall 2010)



First Semester Credit Hours
MAN 5204 Organization Theory & Analysis  3
MAR 5805 Marketing Management Strategy  3
ACG 5175 Financial Statement Analysis  3
MAN 5548 Systems Theory & Design  3
GEB 5931 MBA Professional Development  2

 Total Hours

 14
   
Second Semester  
FIN 5515 Investment Analysis & Portfolio Mgmt  3
TRA 5722 Global Logistics  3

QMB 5555 Managerial Research Methods

 3
BUL 5323 Legal Issues & Environment  3
Graduate Elective  3

 Total Hours

15
Optional Internship  
   
Third Semester  
Graduate Elective  3
Graduate Elective  3

Graduate Elective

 3
Graduate Elective  3
MAN 5721 Business Policy – Strategic Management  3

 Total Hours

 15

 Total Semester Hours

 44

1.  Each course will have relevant international and ethics components as it relates to the discipline.
2.  The Business Policy – Strategic Management course will be taken the semester the student is graduating.
3.  With the electives, students are able to choose a management, marketing, finance, accounting, or supply chain management concentration. 
4.  Students are encouraged to take advantage of SBI’s internship opportunities.

 

 

Fall 2010 Curriculum

The curricula below pertains to students who entered Fall 2010 and after

 

Minor In Business Administration For Non-Business Majors

To obtain a minor in Business Administration, students majoring in other colleges, Schools or Divisions of the University outside the School of Business & Industry must complete the following:

- Complete the application for a minor in Business

- Program Pre-requisites

ECO 2013                              Principles of Economics I
ECO 2023                              Principles of Economics II
QMB 3600                              Quantitative Methods in Business I  

 Required Courses

 

Credit Hours

ACG 2021 Financial Accounting Principles                            

 3

MAR 3023Principles of Marketing

 3

MAN 3025 Principles of Management

 3

FIN 3403 Corporation Finance

 3

(Plus any six hours of additional upper level business courses for which student has the required ore-requisites)

Business Elective                            

 3

Business Elective

 3

 Total Hours

 18

Download the requirements to Minor In Business Administration For Non-Business Majors here. (pdf)






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