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ManagementProfessors: DiAngelo, McCall, Porth, Rashford, S.J.,Simmers (Chair)Associate Professors: Dufresne, Mauri, McDevitt,Neiva Patton, Robson, Saparito, Steingard, SwiftAssistant Professors: Balotsky, Ford, Kury, Lvina,Song, WeidnerVisiting Instructors: Alleruzzo, Lutzow, NelsonChoose Your Path. Create Your Future.In concert with the Ignatian vision of intellectualexcellence informed by conscience, our mission asthe Department of Management is to developleaders who have a broad, value-orientedperspective, and who are able to integrate manydimensions of organizations--behavioral, cultural,economic, environmental, ethical, historical,international, legal, and structural--in makingbalanced and responsible decisions that affect theirorganizations, their stakeholders, and themselves.We prepare students to continue in life as creative,highly skilled and intellectually curious learnerswho exhibit rigorous, moral, and stakeholder-baseddiscernment in their actions and decision-making.Toward fulfilling our mission, the managementfaculty is committed to listen and advise youtoward achieving your goals and objectives.The Management Department offers four (4)majors and four (4) minors. Available are ,InternationalBusiness,Leadership, Ethics and Organizational Sustainabilityand Managing Human Capital.Family Business and EntrepreneurshipProfessors: Simmers (Chair)Associate Professors: Robson, SaparitoAssistant Professors: KuryLearning Goals and Objectives Family Businessand Entrepreneurship (FBE) MajorGoal 1: Functional FBE Skills: Students will knowcore concepts within each business discipline ofaccounting, finance, management, marketing, andinformation technology.Objective 1.1:Students will have with anunderstanding of how all aspects of business fittogether.Goal 2: Leadership Skills: Students will gain anunderstanding of concepts, theories, and practicesof effective leadership.Objective 2.1: Students will have the skills to workand enhance the family business firm through theirgeneration and for future ones.Objective 2.2:Students will have anunderstandingofformingandleadingentrepreneurial teams and family businesses.Goal 3: Critical Thinking Skills: Students will beable to analyze business scenarios in an integrativeway and make constructive and actionablerecommendations for problem solving.Objective 3.1: Students will have the tools torecognize and capitalize on opportunities.Objective 3.2: Students will have the ability tothink strategically and to understand theenvironment in which they operate.Goal 4:Communication Skills: Students willdemonstrate competency in written and verbalcommunication aimed at facilitating, and reportingthe results of, collaborative problem solving anddecision-making processes.Objective 4.1: Students will have the ability tocommunicate their entrepreneurial ideas torelevant audiences in both written and oral forms.Goal 5: Ignatian Values: Students will be able togenerate scholarship that embodies free, openinquiry, and provokes imaginative thinking andreflection on values.Objective 5.1:Students will have anunderstanding of their role and responsibility tothe social world and with the tools to add socialvalue.Substantial research suggests entrepreneurial andfamily ventures are major contributors to economicand employment growth and represent nearly 50percent of U.S. gross domestic product.Entrepreneurial and family ventures face manyhurdles in achieving success and long-term growth.The major in Family Business and Entrepreneurshipis designed to provide students with the tools,

theory, and practical knowledge required to launchnew ventures and function within a family businessenvironment. Students may also minor in FamilyBusiness and Entrepreneurship in support of otheracademic pursuits. The minor is appropriate forboth Haub School of Business and Arts and Sciencemajors alike.Requirements for the Family Business andEntrepreneurship MajorGEP Signature Courses (See Curricula): sixcoursesGEP Variable Courses (See Curricula): six to ninecourses, including:NOTES1. Check the current Academic Catalog for any prerequisites to the courses. You are responsible tocomplete any necessary pre-requisites.2. Check the Course Schedule for overlays as manyILCs are approved overlay courses.3. Check with the appropriate department forcourse scheduling as not all courses are offeredevery semester.Integrated Learning Component (ILC): threecourses. NOTE: In no case may an ILC course bedouble counted towards completing otherrequirements of the Family Business andEntrepreneurship major.Required of All HSB Students:ECN 102MacroeconomicsPlus any two courses from the following areas:Economics:ECN 321ECN 322ECN 330ECN 360ECN 370ECN 375ECN 390ECN 410ECN 415ECN 430ECN 445ECN 460ECN 465ECN 470ECN 477ECN 480ECN 485International TradeInternational MacroeconomicsEconomics of LaborIndustrial OrganizationEconomic DevelopmentEnvironmental EconomicsThe Economics of Health CareEconometricsEconomic ForecastingModern Economic SystemsEconomics of Multinational EnterpriseAfrican EconomiesConsumer EconomicsAsian EconomiesChinese EconomyEconomics of Poverty and onEnglishENG 206ENG 263ENG 485Public Speaking and PresentationWriting for OrganizationsNature Writing in AmericaEnvironmental ScienceENV inary Health Services CoursesIHS 211The Health Care SystemPhilosophyPHL 316Food and JusticePHL 326Philosophy of SportPolitical SciencePOL 111Introduction to American Governmentand PoliticsPOL 113Introduction to Comparative PoliticsPOL 115Introduction to Global PoliticsPOL 117Introduction to Political ThoughtPOL 308Congress and the Legislative ProcessPOL 309Advising the PresidentPOL 311Constitutional Law: Civil Rights &LibertiesPOL 313Public PolicyPOL 314Public AdministrationPOL 323Women & American PoliticsPOL 324Race & American PoliticsPOL 326Protesting InequalityPOL 327Environmental Politics in AmericaPOL 331Latin American PoliticsPOL 332Politics of JapanPOL 333Asian Political SystemsPOL 334Russian PoliticsPOL 338Democracy: Perspectives from RomePOL 367Ethics in International AffairsPOL 368Global Gender IssuesPsychologyPSY 100Introduction to PsychologyPSY 123Psychology of Men and WomenPSY 200PersonalityPSY 212Multicultural PsychologyPSY 230Social PsychologyPSY 235Psychology of GenderSociologySOC 101SOC 102SOC 205SOC 208SOC 211SOC 351Introductory SociologySocial ProblemsEthnic and Minority RelationsSociology of GenderClassical Sociological TheoryRace and Social Justice

SOC 262SOC 316SOC 335SOC 345SOC 349SOC 358SOC 363White Collar CrimeFair Trade: From Co-op to CupClasses and Power in the UnitedStatesLaw and Social PolicyPoverty, Ethics and Social PolicyConsumer Culture in GlobalPerspectivePhiladelphia: In Black and WhiteFree electives: six coursesBusiness Foundation: ten courses, includingACC 101Concepts of Financial AccountingACC 102Managerial AccountingACC 100Excel Competency (non-credit)DSS 200Introduction to Information SystemsDSS 210Business StatisticsDSS 220Business AnalyticsFIN 200Introduction to FinanceMGT 110 or Essentials of Organizational BehaviorMGT 120 or Essentials of Management HonorsMGT 121Organizations in Perspective(University Honors students only)MGT 360 or Legal Environment of BusinessMGT361Honors Introduction to Law(University Honors students only)MKT 201Principles of MarketingBUS 495Business PolicyFamily Business and Entrepreneurship MajorConcentration: six courses (four required, twoelective)Required courses: fourFBE 230Introduction to Entrepreneurship andNew Ventures (Prerequisites:MGT110,120 or121 )FBE 231Family Business (Prerequisite: FBE 230 )FBE 360Business Law for Entrepreneurial FirmsFBE 495Family Business and EntrepreneurshipCapstone (Prerequisites: ACC 101 &102; FBE 231; MKT 201;FIN 200 Corequisite: FBE 360 ; Senior standingPhase two: two elective courses selected fromthe following:FBE 330Social EntrepreneurshipFBE 270,Special Topics370, or 470FBEInternship I and II490/491FBEResearch I and II493/494FIN 303Small Business FinanceFPL 200Personal Financial PlanningFPL 301Estate PlanningFMK 202Overview of Global Food IndustryFMK 302Understanding Food Customers andFMK 312IBU 210LEO 210LEO 211LEO 212MHC 220MHC 221MHC 222MHC 360MKT 202RMI 301ConsumersNew Product DevelopmentInternational BusinessBusiness, Stakeholders and EthicsPerspectives on LeadershipOrganizational SustainabilityIntroduction to Managing Human CapitalDiversity in the WorkplaceInfluence, Negotiation and Conflict SkillsEmployment and Labor LawMarket ResearchRisk ManagementMinor in Family Business and EntrepreneurshipConcentration: six required coursesMGTEssentials of Organizational Behavior110 orMGTEssentials of Management120orHonors Organizations in PerspectiveMGT121MGTLegal Environment of Business or360 or Honors Introduction to LawMGT(University Honors students only)361FBE 230 Introduction to Entrepreneurship andNew VenturesFBE 231 Family Business (Prerequisite: FBE 230 )FBE 360 Business Law for Entrepreneurial FirmsFBE 495 Family Business and EntrepreneurshipCapstone (Prerequisites: ACC 101 &102;FBE 231; MKT 201;FIN 200 Co-requisite:FBE 360 Senior standingNote: Students are responsible for completingprerequisites to FBE 360 and FBE 495 outside theminor.International BusinessProfessors: Simmers: (Chair)Associate Professors: Mauri, NeivaAssistant Professors: SongLearning Goals and Objectives InternationalBusiness MajorGoal 1: Functional International Business Skills:Students will know core concepts within eachbusiness discipline of accounting, ogy in an international context.Objective 1.1:Students will understand theinternational dimensions of the managementfunction in detail and other functions in general.

Objective 1.2:Students will understand theinternational dimensions of strategy formulationand implementation in the organization.Goal 2: Global Skills: Students will understand thechallenges businesses face in a global economy,and the cultural issues firms must address tosucceed in this environment.Objective 2.1:Students will understand thechallenges associated with differences in culturalhost-country environments of firms operatinginternationallyObjective 2.2:Students will understand thechallenges associated with differences in economic,and institutional host-country environments offirms operating internationallyGoal 3: Critical Thinking Skills: Students will beable to analyze business scenarios in an integrativeway and make constructive and actionablerecommendations for problem solving.Objective 3.1: Students will demonstrate evidenceof critical thinking and problem solving associatedwith the opportunities and challenges ofinternational firms operating in multiple countriesGEP Variable Courses (See Curricula): six to ninecourses, including:Business Foundation: ten courses, including:ACC 101Concepts of Financial AccountingACC 102Managerial AccountingACC 100Excel Competency (non-credit)DSS 200Introduction to Information SystemsDSS 210Business StatisticsDSS 220Quantitative Methods for BusinessFIN 200Introduction to FinanceMGT 110 or Essentials of Organizational Behavior or120 or MGT EssentialsofManagementor121Organizations in Perspective (UniversityHonors students)MGT 360Legal Environment of BusinessMGT 361Honors Business Law(University Honors Students only)MKT 201Principles of MarketingBUS 495Business PolicyIntegrative Learning Courses: three courses1.ECN 102requisite)2.AdvancedNon-NativeModernLanguage. Take at least one non-nativemodern language course at the advancedlevel or higher in the target languagebeyond the General Education Programrequirements in the target non-nativemodern language. The advanced levelbegins with course 202 for WesternLanguages (FRE, GRM, ITA and SPA), andwith course 201 for other languages (CHN,JAP and RUS)3.International Economics/Politics. Takeone of the following courses:a. POL 115 International Politics NoGoal 4:Communication Skills: Students willdemonstrate competency in written and verbalcommunication aimed at facilitating, and reportingthe results of, collaborative problem solving anddecision-making processes.Objective 4.1:Students will demonstratecompetency in written communication.Objective 4.2:Students will demonstratecompetency in verbal communication.Goal 5: Ignatian Values: Students will be able togenerate scholarship that embodies free, openinquiry, and provokes imaginative thinking andreflection on values.Objective 5.1:Students will gain anunderstanding and critical appreciation of ethicalissues in international business.Requirements for the International BusinessMajorGEP Signature Courses (See Curricula): sixcoursesMacroeconomics(nopre-pre-requisiteb.POL 113 Comparative Politics Nopre-requisitec.ECN 321 International Trade Pre-requisite: ECN 101 or ECN 102Electives (6)Major Concentration: Six required courses:Beginning with Class of 2015 through Class of 2018Required courses. Take the following threerequired courses:1.IBU 210 Introduction to InternationalBusiness No pre-requisite

2.FIN302InternationalFinancePre-requisite: FIN 2003.IBU495InternationalBusinessCapstone: Global Strategic PlanningPre-requisites: IBU 210, ACC 101, MKT 201,FIN 200, MGT 110/120, PHL 154, SeniorstandingInternational Business Electives:Choosebetween 2 international business electives and 1international exposure, or 3 international businesselectivesACC 430 International Accounting Pre-2. New Course: IBU 310 Managing Foreign DirectInvestment (pre-requisite MGT 110/120/121;Junior status)3. IBU 495 International Business Capstone:Global Strategic Planning (pre-requisites: IBU 210,IBU 310, MGT 110/120/121, PHL 154, Senior status)International Business Electives: Choose between2 international business electives and 1international exposure, or 3 international businesselectivesACC 430 International Accounting (pre-requisiteACC 102)requisite: ACC 102FMK 314 International Food MarketingPre-requisite: MKT201FIN 302 International Finance (pre-requisite FIN200)IBU 363 International Business Law Nopre-requisiteIBU 310 ManagingInvestmentsForeignDirect(Pre-requisite: MGT 110/120/121; juniorstatus)IBU 270/370/470 Special TopicsIBU 471/472 Practicum I and IIIBU 493/494 Research I and IILEO 212 Organizational SustainabilityFMK 314 International Food Marketing (prerequisite MKT 201)IBU 363 International Business Law (no prerequisite)IBU 270/370/470 Special TopicsIBU 493/494 Research I and IIPre-requisite: MGT110/120LEO 212 Organizational Sustainability (prerequisites MGT 110/120/121, PHL 154)MHC321InternationalHumanResources No pre-requisiteMKT 331 International Marketing Pre-MHC 321 International Human Resources (nopre-requisite)requisite: MKT201International Exposure. May only count 1International Exposure towards satisfyingthe International Business Electives.Choose from the following options:a. IBU 370 or an international studytour offered in HSB (other studytours require pre-approval),b. An approved international coursein one of the SJU Summer abroadprogramsc. A pre-approved course with aninternational focus while studyingabroad,d. IBU 490 International BusinessInternshipMKT 331 International Marketing (pre-requisiteMKT 201)International Exposure. (May only count 1International Exposure towards satisfying theInternational Business Electives). Choose from thefollowing options:a. IBU 370 or an international study tour offered inHSB (other study tours require pre-approval),b. An approved international course in one of theSJU Summer abroad programsc. A pre-approved course with an internationalfocus while studying abroad,d. IBU 490 International Business InternshipBeginning with Class of 2019Requirements for the International BusinessMinor6 coursesCore Courses: Take three required internationalbusiness core courses1. IBU 210 Introduction to InternationalBusiness (no pre-requisite)Required (2)1. IBU 210 Intro to International BusinessNo : Global Strategic Planning

Pre-requisites: IBU 210, ACC 101, MKT 201,FIN 200, MGT 110/120, PHL 154, SeniorstandingInternational Business Elective. Choose one fromthe following list of courses:ACC 430 International Accounting Pre-requisite: ACC 102FIN302InternationalFinancePre-requisite: FIN 200FMK 314 International Food MarketingPre-requisite: MKT201IBU 310 Managing Foreign DirectInvestment(pre-requisiteMGT110/120/121; Junior status)IBU 363 International Business Law Nopre-requisiteLEO 212 Organizational SustainabilityPre-requisite MGT110/120MHC321InternationalHumanResources No pre-requisiteMKT 331 International Marketing Pre-requisite MKT201Plus three courses among the following ofwhich only a maximum of two may doublecount towards other requirements such asIntegrated Learning Component or primarymajor or other minors:2 courses in advanced non-nativelanguage. The advanced level starts withcourse 202 for Western Languages (FRE,GRM, ITA and SPA) and with course 201for CHN and JAP2 courses among the following CASglobalizationcourses:ComparativePolitics POL 113; Introduction toInternationalPoliticsPOL115;International Trade ECN 321, and otherpre- approved coursesInternational Exposure (see below) orone additional International BusinessElectiveInternational Exposure. Choose from thefollowing options:a. IBU 370 or an international study touroffered in HSB (other study toursrequire pre-approval),b. An approved international course inone of the SJU Summer abroadprogramsc. A pre-approved course with aninternational focus while studyingabroad,d.IBU ationalandBusinessOrganizationalProfessors: McCall, Simmers (Chair)Associate Professors: Dufresne, Neiva, SteingardAssistant Professors: WeidnerLearning Goals and Objectives Leadership andOrganizational Sustainability (LEO) MajorGoal 1: Functional Skills: Students will know coreconcepts within the business discipline ofleadership, ethics, and organizational sustainability.Objective 1.1: Students will be able to explain,apply (to cases), and analyze core concepts andtheories of leadership.Objective 1.2: Students will be able to explain,apply (to cases), and analyze core concepts andtheories of business ethicsObjective 1.3: Students will be able to explain,apply (to cases), and analyze core concepts andtheories of organizational sustainability.Goal 2: Leadership Skills: Students will gain anunderstanding of concepts, theories, and practicesof effective leadership.Objective 2.1: Students will be able to explain,apply (to cases), and analyze core concepts andtheories or leadership.Objective 2.2: Students will be able to synthesizeleadership concepts and theories into a perspectiveon personal leadership development.Goal 3: Critical Thinking Skills: Students will beable to analyze business scenarios in an integrativeway and make constructive and actionablerecommendations for problem solving.Objective 3.1: Students will be able to criticallyanalyze business scenarios regarding leadership,business ethics, and organizational sustainability.Objective 3.2: Students will be able to makeconstructive and actionable recommendations forbusiness scenarios regarding leadership, businessethics, and organizational sustainability.

Goal 4:Interpersonal Communication Skills:Students will demonstrate competency in writtenand verbal communication aimed at facilitating,and reporting the results of, collaborative problemsolving and decision-making processes.Objective 4.1: Students will be able to write anindividual paper that competently diagnoses anissue and suggests recommendations.Objective 4.2: Students will be able to give an oralpresentation that competently communicates adiagnosisofanissueandsuggestsrecommendations.Goal 5: Ignatian Traditions: Students will gain anunderstanding or the Jesuit tradition and valuesand will use this knowledge in service of socialjustice.Objective 5.1: Students will be able to criticallyanalyze a case or situation through the lens of theJesuit tradition.EconomicsECN 321ECN 322ECN 330ECN 360ECN 365ECN 370ECN 375ECN 390ECN 410ECN 415ECN 430ECN 445ECN 460ECN 470ECN 475ECN 477ECN 480ECN 485International TradeInternational MacroeconomicsEconomics of LaborIndustrial OrganizationGame TheoryEconomic DevelopmentEnvironmental EconomicsThe Economics of Health CareEconometricsEconomic ForcastingModern Economic SystemsEconomics of Multinational EnterpriseAfrican EconomiesConsumer EconomicsAsian Economic SystemsChinese EconomyEconomics of Poverty and onObjective 5.2: Students will be able to formulaterecommendations for action as informed by theJesuit tradition.EnglishENG 206ENG 263ENG 426Requirements for the Leadership, Ethics andOrganizational Sustainability MajorEnvironmental ScienceENV 102EnvironmentalSeminarGEP Signature Courses (See Curricula): sixcoursesInterdisciplinary Health Services CoursesIHS 211The Health Care SystemGEP Variable Courses (See Curricula): six to ninecourses, includingNOTES1. Check the current Academic Catalog for any prerequisites to the courses. You are responsible tocomplete any necessary pre-requisites.2. Check the Course Schedule for overlays as manyILCs are approved overlay courses.3. Check with the appropriate department forcourse scheduling as not all courses are offeredevery semester.Integrated Learning Component (ILC): threecourses. NOTE: In no case may an ILC course bedouble counted towards completing otherrequirements of the Leadership, Ethics andOrganizational Sustainability major.Required of all HSB Students:ECN 102MacroeconomicsPlus any two courses from the following areas:Rhetoric in Modern PracticeWriting for OrganizationsNature Writing in AmericaTheoryandEthicsPhilosophyPHL 316Food and JusticePHL 326Philosophy of SportPolitical SciencePOL 111Introduction to American Governmentand PoliticsPOL 113Introduction to Comparative PoliticsPOL 115Introduction to Global PoliticsPOL 117Introduction to Political ThoughtPOL 308Congress & The Legislative ProcessPOL 309Advising the PresidentPOL 311Constitutional Law: Civil Rights &LibertiesPOL 313Public PolicyPOL 314Public AdministrationPOL 323Women and American PoliticsPOL 324Race & American PoliticsPOL 326Protesting InequalityPOL 327Environmental Politics in AmericaPOL 331Latin American Politics

POL 332POL 333POL 334POL 338POL 367POL 368Politics of JapanAsian Political SystemsRussian PoliticsDemocracy: Perspectives from RomeEthics in International AffairsGlobal Gender IssuesPsychologyPSY 100Introduction to PsychologyPSY 123Psychology of Men and WomenPSY 200PersonalityPSY 212Multicultural PsychologyPSY 230Social PsychologyPSY 235Psychology of GenderSociologySOC 101SOC 102SOC 205SOC 208SOC 211SOC 253SOC 262SOC 316SOC 335SOC 345SOC 349SOC 358SOC 363Introductory SociologySocial ProblemsEthnic and Minority RelationsSociology of GenderClassical Sociological TheoryRace and Social JusticeWhite Collar CrimeFair Trade: From Co-op to CupClasses and Power in the UnitedStatesLaw and Social PolicyPoverty, Ethics and Social PolicyConsumer Culture in GlobalPerspectivePhiladelphia: In Black and WhiteFree electives: six coursesBusiness Foundation: ten courses, includingACC 101Concepts of Financial AccountingACC 102Managerial AccountingACC 100Excel Competency (non-credit)DSS 200Introduction to Information SystemsDSS 210Business StatisticsDSS 220Business AnalyticsFIN 200Introduction to FinanceMGT 110 or Essentials of Organizational BehaviorMGT 120 or Essentials of ManagementMGT 121Honors Organizations in Perspective(University Honors students only)MGT 360 or Legal Environment of BusinessMGT361Honors Introduction to Law(University Honors students only)MKT 201Principles of MarketingBUS 495Business lity Major Concentration: six courses(four required, two elective)Required (4):LEO 210Business, Stakeholders, and EthicsLEO 211Perspectives on LeadershipLEO 212Organizational SustainabilityLEO 495Applied Sustainable LeadershipCapstoneMajor-elective (2): Choose two additionalcourses from the following list:FBE 230Introduction to Entrepreneurship andNew VenturesFBE 330Social EntrepreneurshipFIN 470Sustainable FinanceFMK 351Food and the PoorIBU 210International BusinessLEOSpecial Topics270/370/470LEO 310Breaking NewsLEO 490/491LEO 493/494Internship I and IIResearch I and IIMHC 220Introduction to Managing HumanCapitalDiversity in the WorkplaceInfluence, Negotiation and ConflictSkillsInternational Human Capital andTalent ManagementMetrics for Measuring Human CapitalEmployment and Labor LawMHC 221MHC 222MCH 321MCH 322MCH 360Minor in Leadership, Ethics and zational110/120/121 sinPerspectives(University Honors Students only)*MGT 360 or Legal Environment of Business*MGT361Honors Introduction to Law*(University Honors students only)LEO 210Business, Stakeholders, and EthicsLEO 211Perspectives on LeadershipLEO 212Organizational SustainabilityLEO 495Applied Sustainable Leadership(capstone course)* Courses in the Haub School of Business coreNote: Students are responsible for completingprerequisitesManaging Human CapitalProfessors: Simmers (Chair)

Associate Professors: PattonAssistant Professors: Ford, LvinaVisiting Instructors: Alleruzzo, Lutzow, NelsonLearning Goals and ObjectivesHuman Capital (MHC) MajorsManagingGoal 1: Functional MHC Skills: Students will havethe knowledge of functional Human ResourceManagementObjective 1.1: Students will understand coreHuman resource concepts such as Job ent,PerformanceEvaluation,andCompensation.Goal 2:Global Skills: Students will have jective 2.1:Students will understand theindividual and group difference challengesbusinesses face in a global economy, with anemphasis on managing diversity and legal rightsand responsibilities related to a multiculturalworkforce.Goal 3: Critical Thinking and Problem SolvingSkills: Students will have the ability to analyzebusiness scenarios in an integrative way and makeconstructive and actionable recommendations forproblem solving.Objective 3.1: Students will be able to analyze thecomplexity of Human Capital in organizations atboth the individual and organizational levels ofanalysis, and develop solutions/recommendationsfor real life problems facing organizations.Goal 4: Students will demonstrate competency inwritten and verbal communication aimed atfacilitating, and reporting the results of,collaborative problem solving and decision makingprocesses.Objective 4.1:Students will demonstratecompetency in written and verbal communicationaimed at articulating Management solutions tocomplex problems concerning the human beingorganization interface.Goal 5: Ignatian Traditions: Students will be ableto generate scholarship that embodies free, openinquiry, and provokes imaginative thinking andreflection on values.Objective 5.1:Students will understand andrespect that work is not only a strategic/productionaspect of organizations but also a fundamentalhuman activity.Requirements for the Managing Human CapitalMajorGEP Signature Courses (See Curricula): sixcoursesGEP Variable Courses (See Curricula): six to ninecourses, includingIntegrated Learning Component (ILC): threecourses. NOTE: In no case may an ILC course bedouble counted towards completing otherrequirements of the Managing Human Capitalmajor.NOTES1.Check the current Academic Catalog forany pre-requisites to the courses.You areresponsible to complete any necessary prerequisites.2.Check the Course Schedule for overlays asmany ILCs are approved overlay courses.3.Check with the appropriate department forcourse scheduling as not all courses are offeredevery semester.Required of All HSB Students:ECN 102MacroeconomicsPlus any two courses from the following areas:EconomicsECN 321ECN 322ECN 330ECN 360ECN 365ECN 370ECN 375ECN 390ECN 410ECN 415ECN 430ECN 445ECN 460EDN 465ECN 475ECN 470ECN 480ENC 485International TradeInternational MacroeconomicsEconomics of LaborIndustrial OrganizationGame TheoryEconomic DevelopmentEnvironmental EconomicsThe Economics of Health CareEconometricsEconomic ForecastingModern Economic SystemsEconomics of Multinational EnterpriseAfrican EconomiesConsumer EconomicsAsian EconomiesChinese EconomyEconomics of Poverty and IncomeDistributionEconomicsofMigrationand

ImmigrationEnglishENG 206ENG 263ENG 426Public Speaking and PresentationWriting for OrganizationsNature Writing in AmericaEnvironmental ScienceENV inary Health Services CoursesIHS 211The Health Care SystemPhilosophyPHL 316Food and JusticePHL 326Philosophy of SportPolitical SciencePOL 111Introduction to American Governmentand PoliticsPOL 113Introduction to Comparative PoliticsPOL 115Introduction to Global PoliticsPOL 117Introduction to Political ThoughtPOL 308Congress & The Legislative ProcessPOL 309Advising the PresidentPOL 311Constitutional Law: Civil rights &LibertiesPOL 313Public PolicyPOL 314Public AdministrationPOL 323Women & American PoliticsPOL 324Race & American PoliticsPOL 326Protesting InequalityPOL 327Environmental Politics in AmericaPOL 331Latin American PoliticsPOL 332Politics of JapanPOL 333Asian Political SystemsPOL 334Russian PoliticsPOL 338Democracy: Perspectives from RomePOL 367Ethics in International AffairsPOL 368Global Gender IssuesPsychologyPSY 100Introduction to PsychologyPSY 123Psychology of Men and WomenPSY 200PersonalityPSY 212Multicultural PsychologyPSY 230Social PsychologyPSY 235Psychology of GenderSociologySOC 101SOC 102SOC 205SOC 208SOC 211Introductory SociologySocial ProblemsEthnic and Minority RelationsSociology of GenderClassical Sociological TheorySOC 253SOC 262SOC 316SOC 335SOC 345SOC 348SOC 349SOC 358SOC 363Race and Social JusticeWhite Collar CrimeFair T

MGT 120 or MGT 121 Essentials of Organizational Behavior Essentials of Management Honors Organizations in Perspective MGT 360 or MGT 361 Legal Environment of Business or Honors Introduction to Law (University Honors students only) FBE 230 Introduction to Entrepreneurship and New Ventures FBE 231

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