Students in the Gabelli School of Business are required to complete thirteen courses 4 plus four integrated project (IP) courses in their business core curriculum, as follows.
|CBBU 1001||The Ground Floor: Starting and Succeeding at the Gabelli School of Business||3|
|ACBU 2222||Principles of Financial Accounting||3|
|ACBU 2223||Principles of Managerial Accounting||3|
|BLBU 2234||Legal Framework of Business||3|
|SABU 2142||Statistical Decision-Making||3|
|OPBU 3438||Operations and Production Management||3|
|BLBU 3443||Ethics in Business||3|
|FNBU 3221||Financial Management 1||3|
|MKBU 3225||Marketing Principles||3|
|LPBU 3223||Principles of Management||3|
|SABU 4441||Strategy 2||3|
|INSY 2299||Information Systems: GSB Integrated Core Only 3||1.5|
|INSY 2301||Information Systems: GSB Integrated Core Only 3||1.5|
|CMBU 2664||Business Communications: GSB Integrated Core Only 3||1.5|
|CMBU 2666||Business Communications: GSB Integrated Core Only 3||1.5|
|Integrated Projects 4|
|CBBU 1003||ST: Career Exploration IP||1|
|CBBU 1002||ST: Consulting Challenge IP||1|
|CBBU 1004||ST: Analytics IP||1|
|CBBU 1006||ST: Leadership IP||1|
Certain students may, by invitation, fulfill this requirement with select sections of HPCB 3221 Financial Management.
Certain students may, by invitation, fulfill this requirement with select sections of HPCB 4441 Honors Strategy.
Certain 3-credit business core courses are split into two 1.5-credit courses; in such cases, those two courses do not count separately, but rather count together as one course.
Integrated Projects (IPs) are semester-long projects that use knowledge from the business core and apply it to real-world circumstances. Students complete one IP per year during their four-year program. All four projects must be completed in order to graduate.