Feb 03, 2023
All candidates for a Bachelor of Science degree in Management must satisfy the General Studies, Business Core, School of Business, and Major requirements described in the following sections. The basic structure of the Management program is:
|School of Business Requirements
|Major in Management
|Total Hours (minimum)
* MSU Denver’s Multicultural requirement may be satisfied by taking an approved Multicultural course in the General Studies or electives portion of the degree requirement. The School of Business does offer one of these courses, MGT 4830 Workforce Diversity. The Global Diversity requirement may be satisfied by taking an approved course in the General Studies or elective portion of the degree requirement.
Note: Unrestricted elective credits may vary. Total unrestricted electives must be sufficient for student to meet MSU Denver’s minimum required 120 credit hours.
General Studies: 34 credits
The academic foundation for a successful business career or graduate work is a broad liberal arts education.
Natural and Physical Sciences
- Natural and Physical Sciences electives
Social and Behavioral Sciences I
Social and Behavioral Sciences II
Students may satisfy the Global Diversity requirement by completing any course designated as Global Diversity within one of the following General Studies categories: Arts and Humanities; Historical; Natural and Physical Sciences; Social and Behavioral Sciences I; or Social and Behavioral Sciences II. Students may also use an unrestricted elective to satisfy this requirement.
See General Studies requirements.
* MTH 1110 or MTH 1400, with graphing calculator experience strongly recommended, is acceptable for transfer students or students changing their major. Consult with the Mathematical and Computer Sciences Department on substitutions.
All business majors require foundation course work in all significant areas of business theory and practice. The following courses are required for all majors in management. A grade of “C” or better must be earned in each business core course to have that course count toward the Bachelor of Science degree in Management. Students should note that programs differ in the minimum grade required. A student cannot register for a business core course until all General Studies requirements in Written Communication, Oral Communication, and Quantitative Literacy are complete.
Total Hours Required in Business Core: 33
School of Business Requirements:
Total Hours for School of Business Requirement: 9
Management Major Requirements:
The management major consists of eight courses (6 required management courses and 2 management elective courses). A minimum grade of “C” is required in each of the eight courses.
Plus 6 hours from any MGT 3000 or 4000 level course, such as, but not limited to:
*Suggestions for Electives:
Students interested in Human Resource Management should take: MGT 4610, MGT 4620, MGT 4640, or MGT 3240.
Students interested in Production/Operations Management should take: MGT 4000, MGT 4050, MGT 4550, or MGT 4650.
Students interested in Entrepreneurship should take: MGT 4020 or MGT 4420.
Students may take more than 2 Management Elective courses. Additional Management courses will be counted as General Electives.
MGT 4830 Workforce Diversity has been approved as a Multicultural and Senior Experience course.
Students may want to consider adding the International Business Certificate to their degree program.
Total Hours Required for Management Major: 24
To earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Management, a student must successfully complete 30 or more credit hours of business coursework at MSU Denver. This 30-hour residency requirement can be met by completing any business courses with the prefix ACC, ACCM, CIS, ECO, FIN, MGT and MKT and a course number of at least 2000, except FIN 2250. A student must complete at least twelve (12) upper-division semester hours in Management at MSU Denver.
A grade of “C” or better must be earned in each Management Major course in order to have that course count toward the Bachelor of Science degree in Management.