College of Commerce Undergraduate-Studies Winter/Spring 2008-2009 by DePaul University

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course descriptions 73 course descriptions 73 policies course prerequisites degree conferral pass/fail option probation residency transfer credit and credit by examination resources academic advising bachelor of arts in general business basic information technology skills commerce undergraduate program office continuing commerce studies management development center pre-law study 74 74 74 74 75 75 76 77 77 77 77 78 78 79

the howard and roberta goss scholarships through gifts provided by depaul alumni howard and roberta goss and the transco foundation partial scholarship funds for superior students from the greater chicago area are available on a needs basis to students studying in the school of accountancy charles and selma melvoin scholarships funded by the charles and selma melvoin fund in the school of accountancy one variable amount renewable melvoin scholarship is offered yearly to a selected incoming first year student the fund also provides awards for the melvoin student ethics symposium ralph pechanio scholarship fund established in 2004 by a gift to the school from distinguished alumnus ralph pechanio the pechanio scholarship is presented to an outstanding first-generation college student from the chicago area studying accounting at depaul robert m peters scholarships provided by the robert m peters scholarship fund peters scholarships are awarded to students of exceptional promise and

3 4 5 6 7 an economics major elective a finance major elective a management major elective a marketing major elective a major elective to be chosen from a commerce department electives must be chosen from 300-level course offerings from specified departments with the following exceptions blw 202 may be used eco 315 fin 320 or other courses used toward introductory and advanced commerce requirements may not be used degree conferral requirements all mgt courses and any courses used toward the business administration major must be completed with a minimum grade of c all mgt courses and any courses used toward the business administration major must equal a minimum grade point average of 2.0 when combined college of commerce undergraduate studies academic departments and programs of study business administration minor requirements minor requirements minor for c ommerce students business administration is not available as a minor for students in the college of commerce minor for non -c

a minimum cumulative depaul grade point average of 2.0 a minimum economics grade point average of 2.0 no grade of in r m or lower than c in any economics course completion of a pre-calculus course as a prerequisite to the first course in economics the minor is declared by applying through the student s home college course requirements a non-commerce student minoring in economics is required to complete the following six courses for the minor 1 2 3 4 5 6 eco 105 eco 106 eco elective eco elective eco elective eco elective electives must be chosen from eco 305 intermediate microeconomics eco 306 intermediate macroeconomics eco 307 managerial economics eco 310 urban economics eco 311 business and economic forecasting eco 312 the chicago economy eco 313 social control of business eco 314 economics of the public sector eco 316 european economic history eco 317 american economic history eco 318 labor economics and organization eco 319 economics and gender eco 320 economics of religion eco

a minimum cumulative depaul grade point average of 2.7 a minimum�inance�rade point average of 2.7 no grade of in r m or lower than c in any�in course or course used toward the�in major completion of fin 310 with a minimum grade of�declaration of finance honors requires acceptance into the finance honors program �/p the major is declared by completing an application through the commerce undergraduate program office course requirements in addition to fin 310 and fin 320 a student majoring in finance�s required to complete the following seven courses for the major 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 fin 202 quantitative reasoning fin 311 financial management ii fin 312 corporate financial management fin 330 investments securities and markets fin 333 financial statements�nd security analysis finance�lective finance elective electives must be chosen from fin 323 commercial banking fin�35 portfolio management fin 339 financial futures fin 340 international

the human resources management concentration is designed to meet the needs of students who desire to obtain entry-level positions in human resources such as hr generalists employment interviewers and compensation analysts human resource professionals add value to their organizations by understanding how the business operates and through the design and implementation of human resource activities to meet changing organizational needs to complete the concentration a student must take mgt 202 making sense of management data mgt 302 organizational behavior mgt 307 human resources management mgt 322 the management and measurement of quality two courses chosen from mgt 320 training and career development mgt 330 recruitment and selection mgt 335 compensation one course chosen from eco 318 labor economics and organization mgt 320 training and career development mgt 330 recruitment and selection mgt 335 compensation mgt 360 leadership mgt 361 organizational development mgt 393 internship and

major requirements major declaration requirements to declare a major in management information systems a student must meet the following requirements completion of 28 hours at depaul university completion of the introductory commerce courses with a minimum grade of c in each course a minimum grade point average of 2.0 for the combined courses a minimum cumulative depaul grade point average of 2.0 a minimum management information systems grade point average of 2.0 no grade of in r m or lower than c in any mis course or course used toward the management information systems major completion of it 130 with a minimum grade of ca student is not allowed to major in both management information systems and ebusiness the major is declared by completing an application through the commerce undergraduate program office course requirements in addition to mis 340 a student majoring in management information systems is required to complete the following seven courses for the major 1 it 130 the

1 2 3 4 5 mkt mkt mkt mkt mkt 202 quantitative methods in marketing or equivalent 356 marketing analysis and planning 8 hours 357 management of marketing 8 hours 358 marketing in a global environment 393 marketing internship multicultural marketing concentration 1 2 3 4 mkt 202 quantitative methods in marketing or equivalent mkt 305 introduction to marketing research mkt 315 strategic tools for marketers mkt 340 marketing across cultures a cultural perspective on latin markets 5 mkt 341 integrated marketing communications for hispanic markets 6 mkt 359 advanced marketing management 7 mkt 393 marketing internship with a hispanic marketer it is also highly recommended but not required that students in this concentration take the following electives to broaden their backgrounds mkt 376 effective business communication commerce students have a communications requirement which can be fulfilled by cmn 212 cmn 220 or mkt 376 but mkt 376 is the marketing department​s recommendation for

the major is declared by completing an application through the commerce undergraduate program office course requirements in addition to fin 310 and fin 320 a student majoring in real estate is required to complete the following seven courses for the major 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 blw 300 real estate law fin 202 quantitative reasoning fin 350 real estate analysis fin 352 real estate finance fin 353 real estate investment real estate elective real estate elective real estate electives may be chosen from fin 354 real estate valuation and fin 398 special topics when related haa 380 chicago architecture and urbanism haa 280 history of premodern architecture haa 281 history of modern architecture haa 370 contemporary architectural theory and practice eco 310 urban economics geo 241 geographic information systems i geo 242 geographic information systems ii geo 244 geographic information systems iii geo 321 chicago spatial anatomy of a metropolis geo 333 city problems and planning hst 240 history of

global perspective courses are allowed to serve secondary purposes within the curriculum for example serving as a learning domains course in addition to gp the list of courses approved for global perspective may be found online at http commerce.depaul.edu/undergrad/docs/about/gp_list1.pdf college of commerce undergraduate studies requirements for the bachelor of science in commerce open electives open electives for a student to complete the bachelor of science in commerce open elective courses are required a minimum of 16 hours of open elective credit must be completed open elective courses may be selected according to the student s preference with the following exception no remedial or preparatory courses including all wrc writing reading computation courses may be used in open electives courses from a major program that are taken in excess of the initial 26 hours toward the major may be used in open electives courses from an additional major or minor program may be used in open

additional information and application materials are available at http www.kellstadt.depaul.edu college of commerce undergraduate studies resources management development center management development center the management development center officially became a part of the college of commerce on september 1 1984 its purpose is to provide continuing professional education to members of the chicago-area business community the center seeks to offer a broad range of programs that will enhance professional development at all levels of management through open enrollment and on-site offerings seminars and certificate programs covering a variety of traditional and current business topics are offered to accomplish this purpose for more information on the center please contact the management development center depaul university 25 e jackson boulevard suite 1600 chicago il 60604 312 362-5295 college of commerce undergraduate studies resources pre-law study pre-law study pre-law study in the