The demand for well qualified business graduates within the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics is increasing. Employers in these fields desire employees who not only have technical knowledge, but also possess a firm grounding in fundamental business skills. The Business with Science Applications degree is a great way to distinguish yourself from graduates who have purely scientific degrees. The skills and knowledge that you will acquire through this degree will give you a competitive advantage in the marketplace upon graduation.
The B.B.A. in Business with Science Applications curriculum is an innovative program that integrates the core sciences of biology, chemistry, and physics with coursework in business fundamentals such as management, communication, and marketing. The Business with Science Applications program, which is unique to Benedictine, provides students with a blend of essential business skills and technical knowledge through cross-disciplinary specialization courses.
The BBA in Business with Science Applications...
|General Education||Major Requirements|
|Basic Skills||12||Business Department core||27|
|Interdisciplinary Seminars||6||Science Department Core||21|
|Arts & Humanities||15||Department Cognates||12|
|Natural Sciences||6||Major electives||3|
|Social Science||Satisfied by Major||General electives||21|
Refer to the General Education requirements section of the course catalog for specific course requirements.
|ACCT 111||Accounting I||3|
|ACCT 112||Accounting II||3|
|MGT 150||Statistics I||3|
|MGT 251||Statistics II||3|
|FINA 300||Managerial Finance||3|
|CMCS 180 & 184||3|
|MATH 110||College Algebra||3|
|MATH 115||Business Calculus||3|
|MGT 252 or PHIL 245 (recommended)||Ethics||3|
Nine semester credit hours are required in the major or closely related courses. Allowable courses are listed in the table below.
|Course Number||Course Title||Semester Credit Hours|
|MGT 310||Applied Innovation||3|
|MGT 315||Lean Six Sigma for Operational Excellence||3|
All majors must submit at least 45 semester credit hours in major courses (with a grade of “C” or better), of which 30 semester credit hours are at the 200 level or above, including 18 semester credit hours at the 300 level plus 9 semester credit hours in cognate courses.
Refer to the checklist and catalog for a complete list of University and College requirements.