EMPORIA STATE UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
Fall 2015 Catalog
(18 Hours Required)**
|___MG 301*||Principles of Management||3|
|___MK 301*||Principles of Marketing||3|
|___MG 370*||Small Business Management||3|
|___MG 553*||Entrepreneurial Management||3|
|Select two courses from the following:|
|___AC 223*||Accounting for Operating Activities||(3)|
|___AC 333*||Cost Accounting||(3)|
|___AC 423*||Income Taxation of Individuals||(3)|
|___BU 353*||Principles of Business Law||(3)|
|___BU 530*||Business, Law & Sustainability||(3)|
|___BU 540*||Business & Society||(3)|
|___IS 343*||Web-Based Business Applications||(3)|
|___IS 373*||Principles of Electronic Commerce||(3)|
|___FI 301*||Financial Management||(3)|
|___MG 443*||Organizational Behavior||(3)|
|___MK 451*||Consumer Behavior||(3)|
|___MK 455*||Personal Selling||(3)|
|___MK 462*||Integrated Marketing Communication||(3)|
|___MK 505*||Special Topics in Marketing||(3)|
|___MK 521*||Services Marketing||(3)|
|___MK 530*||Electronic Marketing||(3)||6|
* Students minoring in Entrepreneurship must earn a minimum of a “C” grade in all Entrepreneurship minor courses to fulfill program requirements.
Courses numbered 300 or above in the School of Business are designed for upper-level students. Junior standing is a prerequisite for all courses numbered 300 or above in the School of Business. Junior standing is defined as having completed a minimum of 60 semester credit hours.
**An Entrepreneurship Minor is awarded to students who complete the prescribed credit as indicated above. Six of these credit hours are part of the Business Core. A major in the School of Business will need only four additional courses to complete the Entrepreneurship Minor.
Note: Any transfer student receiving a minor in Entrepreneurship at ESU must have a minimum of nine (9) credit hours of upper-level work in Entrepreneurship at Emporia State University.
Note: All prerequisites must be met. Students seeking an Entrepreneurship Minor are strongly urged to discuss their course choices with a management or marketing faculty member to gain a better understanding of the content of available courses with respect to the needs and interests of the individual student.