Designed for the adult undergraduate student, this program combines practical career experience to business and management theory.
This program has a particular emphasis on technical and quantitative skills in addition to management science and provides an effective balance of theory and practical application. The curriculum is designed to enable students to work effectively in a business environment that has become increasingly more complex. Students immediately use on-the-job skills they learn in the classroom.
The core curriculum is structured sequentially, with students taking one course at a time. Courses involve four-hour class sessions once a week, usually for five weeks. Participants also form study groups made up of three to five students who meet outside of class for four hours on a weekly basis to work on assigned individual and group projects. At the end of the course sequence, students are required to complete a capstone course that integrates material from all of the previous coursework through a focus on strategic management and includes the completion of a major paper addressing an issue, problem, or concern in the student’s work environment.
- MGT 405 Management and Leadership
- ADM 321/MT 120 Statistics I
- ADM 341 Microeconomics
- ADM 346 Macroeconomics
- ADM 411 Business Law II
- MGT 426 Marketing
- ASB 205 Accounting I: Financial Accounting
- ADM 335 Accounting II: Managerial Accounting
- ADM 406 Managerial Finance
- MGT 430 Introduction to Management Information Systems
- ADM 496 Capstone: Business Policy and Strategy
B.S. Business Administration
A total of 120-semester credits is required for graduation, with at least 30 major course credits taken at Stritch for the bachelor’s degree programs. A maximum of 9 credits may be transferred from another accredited degree-granting institution and applied to fulfill major course requirements.
See graduation requirements section of the catalog for more requirements.
About the School
Cardinal Stritch University began as a teaching institution for the Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi in 1937. Today, Stritch offers more than 60 undergraduate and graduate degree programs that help s ... Read More