Business with Science Applications

Requirements - Major:

Science Core (36-38): BIOL 197 & 198/199, CHEM 113/114 & 123/124, PHYS 113 & 118, CMSC 180/181 or 183, (MATH 110) + MATH 111 + (MATH 115 or (MATH 170/171+MATH 200) or MATH 210/207), advanced Science Elective (8-10 hours at the 200/300 level with a required selection of 1 out of 4 tracks: biotechnology, informatics, environment and pharmaceuticals/allied health):

  • Biotechnology: BIOL-208 Microbiology (4), BIOL-250 Genetics (3), BIOL-260 Recombinant DNA lab(1)
  • Informatics: CMSC-200 Computer Programming (4), CMSC-205 Data Structures and Algorithms I (3), CMS-274 Object-Oriented Design and Programming (3)
  • Environment: ENVS-205 Intro to Env Sci (3), ENVS-210 OSHA Haz Waste (1), ENVS-305 (3) Env.Tox (or other elective), BIO-281(1) w/ bio dept chair approval.
  • Pharmaceuticals/Allied Health: CHEM-103 (3) Intro to Org/Biochem, NUTR-200 Nutritional Science (3), BIOL-258 (4) Human Physiology

The following elective science courses are excluded from this major and will not be applied toward major requirements: BCHM 295, 393, 292, 397, CHEM 295, 393, CIS 396, 399, CMSC 396, 399, HLSC 390, MATH 399, PHYS 393, 396. (These are either "teaching," "internship," "practica" or "ACCA Seminar" courses.)

Biostatistics 229 will meet requirements for MGT 150 and MGT 251.

Business Core (27): ACCT 111/112, ECON 101/102, MGMT 150/251, FINA 300, MKTG 300, MGT 300

Major Specialization Courses (24): BSCI 200, 210, 220, 230, 240, 297, 380 and MGT347/CIS 388

Requirements - Other:

Business with Science Application majors must complete the University core requirements, which are partially satisfied by MGT 252 Business Ethics (which also counts as religion core) or one core approved philosophy course in ethics. Transfer students which meet the core requirements, but did not take an ethics course, must take one to meet the requirements of this business major.

Mr. Robert Nelson, M.B.A.

Program Director

Undergraduate Business

Phone: (630) 829-6469  |  Send Mr. Nelson an Email  |  Office: Scholl Hall 163

Mrs. Adriane Ruiz

Programs Coordinator

Undergraduate Business

Phone: (630) 829-6224  |  Send Mrs. Ruiz an Email  |  Office: Scholl Hall 158

Deborah Cernauskas, Ph.D.

Department chair

Undergradaute Business Department

Phone: (630) 829-6466  |  Send Deborah an Email  |  Office: Scholl Hall 159

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Charles Gahala, Ph.D., Ed.D., C.C.E.

Professor

Undergraduate Business

Phone: (630) 829-6471  |  Send Charles an Email  |  Office: Scholl Hall 167

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Donald Henschel, M.B.A., C.P.A.

Instructor

Undergraduate Business

Phone: (630) 829-6477  |  Send Donald an Email  |  Office: Scholl Hall 161

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Vicki Jobst, D.B.A., C.P.A.

Assistant Professor

Undergraduate Business

Phone: (630) 829-6455  |  Send Vicki an Email  |  Office: Scholl Hall 165

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Nona Jones, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Undergraduate Business

Phone: (630) 829-6475  |  Send Nona an Email  |  Office: Scholl Hall / 166

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Jeffrey Madura, M.B.A., C.P.A.

Professor

Undergraduate Business

Phone: (630) 829-6467  |  Send Jeffrey an Email  |  Office: Scholl Hall 160

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Robert Rebman, M.B.A., C.P.A.

Instructor

Undergraduate Business

Phone: (630) 829-1939  |  Send Robert an Email  |  Office: Scholl Hall 162

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Lecturers
  • Ricky Holman, J.D.
  • Kenneth Lucas, M.S.
  • Robert Nelson, M.B.A.
  • Gregory Sellers, Ph.D.

Ricky Holman, J.D.

Kenneth Lucas, M.S.

Robert Nelson, M.B.A.

Gregory Sellers, Ph.D.

Requirements - Major:

Science Core (36-38): BIOL 197 & 198/199, CHEM 113/114 & 123/124, PHYS 113 & 118, CMSC 180/181 or 183, (MATH 110) + MATH 111 + (MATH 115 or (MATH 170/171+MATH 200) or MATH 210/207), advanced Science Elective (8-10 hours at the 200/300 level with a required selection of 1 out of 4 tracks: biotechnology, informatics, environment and pharmaceuticals/allied health):

  • Biotechnology: BIOL-208 Microbiology (4), BIOL-250 Genetics (3), BIOL-260 Recombinant DNA lab(1)
  • Informatics: CMSC-200 Computer Programming (4), CMSC-205 Data Structures and Algorithms I (3), CMS-274 Object-Oriented Design and Programming (3)
  • Environment: ENVS-205 Intro to Env Sci (3), ENVS-210 OSHA Haz Waste (1), ENVS-305 (3) Env.Tox (or other elective), BIO-281(1) w/ bio dept chair approval.
  • Pharmaceuticals/Allied Health: CHEM-103 (3) Intro to Org/Biochem, NUTR-200 Nutritional Science (3), BIOL-258 (4) Human Physiology

The following elective science courses are excluded from this major and will not be applied toward major requirements: BCHM 295, 393, 292, 397, CHEM 295, 393, CIS 396, 399, CMSC 396, 399, HLSC 390, MATH 399, PHYS 393, 396. (These are either "teaching," "internship," "practica" or "ACCA Seminar" courses.)

Biostatistics 229 will meet requirements for MGT 150 and MGT 251.

Business Core (27): ACCT 111/112, ECON 101/102, MGMT 150/251, FINA 300, MKTG 300, MGT 300

Major Specialization Courses (24): BSCI 200, 210, 220, 230, 240, 297, 380 and MGT347/CIS 388

Requirements - Other:

Business with Science Application majors must complete the University core requirements, which are partially satisfied by MGT 252 Business Ethics (which also counts as religion core) or one core approved philosophy course in ethics. Transfer students which meet the core requirements, but did not take an ethics course, must take one to meet the requirements of this business major.

College of Business
benedictine university

Sandra L. Gill, Ph.D., Dean
Dawn Smith, Assistant to the Dean
Phone: (630) 829-6206
Fax: (630) 829-6226
E-mail: dssmith@ben.edu

Scholl Hall, Room 109
5700 College Road
Lisle, IL 60532
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.