Fordham's School of Professional and Continuing Studies offers a bachelor of arts degree in business that provides adult undergraduates with the skills necessary to become effective leaders in the business world. The major provides a broad base of business knowledge in both a theoretical and an applied context, placing students in an optimal position to build a career focused on the future.
The curriculum emphasizes real-world financial and economic issues, accounting, ethics, management, marketing, and best organizational practices. By mastering this comprehensive business curriculum as well as a specialized liberal arts core, Fordham's adult students are not only able to comprehend the relationships among the functional areas of business but are also able to develop the knowledge base and professional skills required for career advancement in an evolving global business environment.
The program combines an excellent business curriculum with an outstanding liberal arts program so that students graduate with strong analytic, verbal, and writing skills.
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CIP Code52.0101 - Business/Commerce, General.
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The major consists of five prerequisites and 12 business courses, several of which also satisfy requirements of the University core curriculum.
|Principles of Macroeconomics
|Principles of Microeconomics
|Math for Business: Finite
|Math for Business: Calculus
|Required Business Courses
|Principles of Financial Accounting
|Principles of Managerial Accounting
|Legal Framework of Business
|Ethics in Business
|Principles of Management
|Operations and Supply Chain Management
The major in business is available to students in Fordham's School of Professional and Continuing Studies at Westchester.
Professional and Continuing Studies students: The requirements above are in addition to those of the PCS Core Curriculum and any additional electives that may be required to earn a minimum of 124 credits.