Why Study Business at IU Southeast?

Whether you see yourself working in the corporate environment, traveling to distant countries for an international organization or managing your own business, a minor in business, economics, or entrepreneurship can prepare you for a successful career. Minors in entrepreneurship for both business and non-business majors are offered to help you tailor your degree to your unique and individual circumstances. Upon graduation, you will receive minor in business, economics, or entrepreneurship along with a degree from one of the most respected business institutions in the United States--Indiana University!

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Core Requirements

You must complete eight courses (24 Credit Hours) in Business and Economics with a minimum grade of C- in each course and an overall grade point average of 2.0 in the set of Economics.

A minimum of four of these eight courses must be completed at IU Southeast.

Dept. Course Number Title Credit Hours Minimum Grade Co-Reqs or Pre-reqs

The following four courses (12 credit hours) must be completed:
*ECON-E 150 Introduction to Economics 3 C- P: Test into MATH-M 102/ MATH-M 117 or higher
*ECON-E 200 Fundamentals of Economics 3 C- P: ECON-E 150
*BUS-A 201 Introduction to Financial Accounting 3 C- P: Completion of MATH-M 102/MATH-M 117 or Test into MATH-M 122 or higher. 12 Cr. Hrs
*BUS-A 202 Introduction to Managerial Accounting 3 C- P: BUS-A 201

Choose 4 courses, from the following. At least 3 must be at the 300/400-level:
BUS-K 201 Computer in Business 3 C- P: CSCI-C 106
BUS-L 201 The Legal Environment of Business 3 C- None
*ECON-E 280 Statistics for Business and Economics I
(See School of Business Advisor regarding possible alternative statistics courses already required within your major.)
3 C- P: MATH-M 122, BUS-K 201
*BUS-F 301 Financial Management 3 C- P: ENG-W 231, SPCH-S 121, CSCI-C 106, ECON-E 150, BUS-A 202. 45 Cr. Hrs.
*BUS-K 321 Management Information Systems 3 C- P: ENG-W 231, SPCH-S 121, BUS-K 201, ECON-E 280
45 Cr. Hrs.
*BUS-M 301 Introduction to Marketing Management
(BUS-M 300 can be taken by non-Business majors. It will not count as credit for the BS in Business degree)
3 C- P: ENG-W 231, SPCH-S 121, ECON-E 200. 45 Cr. Hrs.
*BUS-P 301 Operations Management 3 C- P: ENG-W 231, SPCH-S 121, ECON-E 280. 45 Cr. Hrs.
BUS-D 300 International Business Administration 3 C- P: ENG-W 231, SPCH-S 121, ECON-E 200. Jr Standing
BUS-W 301 Management and Organizational Theory 3 C- P: ENG-W 231, SPCH-S 121. Jr Standing
BUS-Z 302 Managing and Behavior in Organizations 3 C- P: ENG-W 231, SPCH-S 121, PSY-P 101. 45 Cr. Hrs.

*Courses marked satisfy Foundation course requirements in preparation for the IU Southeast MBA Program.

Core Requirements

You must complete five courses (15 Credit Hours) in Economics as defined below with a minimum grade of C- in each course and an overall grade point average of 2.0 in the set of Economics courses.

Dept. Course Number Title Credit Hours Minimum Grade Co-Reqs or Pre-reqs

The following 2 courses (6 credit hours) must be completed:
ECON-E 150 Introduction to Economics 3 C- P: Test into MATH-M 102/MATH-M 117 or higher
ECON-E 200 Fundamentals of Economics 3 C- P: ECON-E 150

Must choose one of the following courses (3 credit hours):
ECON-E 321 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory 3 C- P: ECON-E 200
ECON-E 322 Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory 3 C- P: ECON-E 200

Students must complete two of the following courses (6 credit hours):
ECON-E 321 2nd course of ECON-E 321 3 C- P: ECON-E 200
ECON-E 322 ECON-E 322 3 C- P: ECON-E 200
ECON-E 323 Urban Economics 3 C- P: ECON-E 200
ECON-E 333 International Economics 3 C- P: ECON-E 200
ECON-E 338 Business and Economics 3 C- P: ECON-E 200, ECON-E281
ECON-E 340 Applications of GIS 3 C- P: ECON-E 200
ECON-E 350 Labor Economics 3 C- P: ECON-E 200
ECON-E 470 Money and Banking Econometrics 3 C- P: ECON-E 200, ECON-E 281

Core Requirements

You must complete five courses (15 Credit Hours) in Business as defined below with a minimum grade of C- in each course and an overall grade point average of 2.0 in the set of Business courses.

Dept. Course Number Title Credit Hours Minimum Grade Co-Reqs or Pre-reqs

Principles of Entrepreneurship - The following 3 courses (9 credit hours) must be completed:
BUS-W 211 Contemporary Entrepreneurship 3 C-  
BUS-W 311 New Venture Creation 3 C- Accounting/Finance Module;
P: Junior standing.
BUS-W 406 Venture Growth Management 3 C- P: BUS-W211 and BUS-W311

Supporting Knowledge Set - Choose 1 from the following list (3 credit hours):
BUS-M 303 Marketing Research 3 C- P: BUS-M 301 and ECON-E 280.
BUS-M 330 Personal Persuasion Strategy and Cust. Relationship Mgmt. 3 C- P: BUS-M 300 or BUS-M 301.
BUS-M 365 Services Marketing 3 C- P: BUS-M 300 or BUS-M 301.
BUS-M 415 Advertising and Promotion Management 3 C- P: BUS-M 300 or BUS-M 301.
BUS-M 405 Buyer Behavior 3 C- P: BUS-M 301 and Junior standing.
BUS-D 300 International Business Administration 3 C- P: ECON-E 200 and junior standing.
BUS-K 330 Contemporary Topics in Info Technology 3 C- P: BUS-K 321.
BUS-W 320 Leadership and Ethics 3 C- P: Junior standing.
BUS-P 421 Supply Chain Management 3 C- P: BUS-P 301.
BUS-Z 440 Personnel-Human Resource Management 3 C- P: SPCH-S 121, PSY-P 101 or PSY-P 102, ENGW 231 or ENG-W 234, and a minimum of 45 credit hours.
ECON-E 388 Bus. and Economic Apps of Geographical Info System 3 C- P: ECON-E 200 and ECON-E 280.
BUS-A 310 MGMT Decisions and Financial Reporting 3 C- P: BUS-A 202.
BUS-A 414 Financial Statement Analysis and Interpretation 3 C- P: BUS-A 310 or BUS-A 311.

Interdisciplinary Knowledge Set - The following 1 course (3 credit hours) must be completed:
OPEN OPEN A course from another of the campus schools (approved by the entrepreneurship interdisciplinary faculty) 3 C- Per Course Requirements in IU Southeast Bulletin

Note: For BSB students, only one course w double-count toward both an entrepreneurship minor and another concentration.

Core Requirements

You must complete five courses (15 Credit Hours) in Business as defined below with a minimum grade of C- in each course and an overall grade point average of 2.0 in the set of Business courses.

Dept. Course Number Title Credit Hours Minimum Grade Co-Reqs or Pre-reqs

Principles of Business - The following 2 courses (6 credit hours) must be completed:
BUS-W 100 Introduction to Business 3 C-  
BUS-M 301 Introduction to Marketing Management 3 C- M301P: SPCH-S 121, ENG-W 231, ECON-E 200 and at least 45 hours completed

Principles of Entrepreneurship - The following 2 courses (6 credit hours) must be completed:
BUS-W 211 Contemporary Entrepreneurship 3 C-  
BUS-W 311 New Venture Creation 3 C- Accounting/Finance Module; P: Junior standing.

Supporting Knowledge Set - Choose 1 from the following list (3 credit hours):
BUS-W 301 Principles of Management 3 C- P: ECON-E 200, SPCH-S 121, ENG-W 231 or W 234, and a minimum of 45 credit hours.
BUS-M 365 Services Marketing 3 C- P: BUS-M 300 or BUS-M 301.
BUS-M 415 Advertising and Promotion Management 3 C- P: BUS-M 300 or BUS-M 301.
BUS-W 406 Venture Growth Management 3 C- P: BUS-W211 and BUS-W311
BUS-Z 440 Personnel-Human Resource Management 3 C- P: SPCH-S 121, PSY-P 101 or PSY-P 102, ENGW 231 or ENG-W 234, and a minimum of 45 credit hours.
BUS-A 201 Introduction to Accounting 3 C- P: 12 credit hours, a GPA of 2.0 or higher and completion of MATH-M 102, MATH-M 117, or higher.
BUS-F 260 Personal Finance 3 C-
ECON-E 150 Introduction to Economics 3 C- P: New students must have full admit status or test into MATH-M 102; returning students must have 2.0 GPA or junior standing or minimum math grade of C- in MATH-M 101/T101 or completion of MATH-T 102 or higher.
BUS-L 201 Legal Environment of Business 3 C-  

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