Overview

Business Program Overview

Are you interested in pursuing a career within the global marketplace? The Business Program at Maryville College offers five different majors to fit your particular interests:  Finance/Accounting, Human Resource Management, International Business, Marketing, and Management.

 

Course Offerings

The Minor in Business consists of 16 hours, including:

BUS 201: Principles of Management (3 hrs.)
BUS 215: Principles of Accounting (3 hrs.)
BUS 305: Organizational Behavior (3 hrs.)
BUS 344: Principles of Finance (3 hrs.)
ECN 201: Principles of Economics (4 hrs.)

The minor is not open to students majoring in any of the following: Finance/Accounting, Human Resource Management, International Business, Marketing, and Management.

Course descriptions for business courses may be found under the Course Listings section of each major or minor.


Core Curriculum

The Maryville Curriculum, often called the “core” curriculum, consists of 51 credit hours. Some general education requirements are waived by virtue of the student’s major; others may be met by demonstration of competence. List of Core Courses:

Core Domain
Approved Existing Classes for New Core
(Other Courses to be added)
First Year Seminar FYS110
Composition & Speech ENG110 & ENG120
Quantitative Literacy MTH110
Religion, Spirituality and Critical Thought BIB130 or BIB140
Literary Studies LIT270 or LIT290
Historical Reasoning WCV180 or WCV190
Empirical Study of Person and Society PSY101, SOC101, PLS211, ECN221, ECN201
Culture and Intercultural Dynamics WRC370
Scientific Reasoning
[Students must complete 2 courses: 1 life science and 1 physical science. One of the 2 must include a lab]
SCI150, SCI350, BIO113, BIO115, BIO217, CHM111, CHM121, PHY101, PHY201
Mathematical Reasoning STA120, CSC111, MTH125
Second Language Completion of a 120 course in second language (e.g., SPN120, etc.)
Creative Arts FNA140, ART102, ART121, THT101, THT204,
3 HRS in any one of:
MUSE12, MUSE13, MUSE14, MUSE15, MUSE16, ART124, ART125, ART126
Ethical Citizenship in the World ETH490
U.S. Pluralism Designated Courses TBD