The Business College has developed a program for advanced business students. The program offers a variety of unique attributes integrating the core business curriculum required by all business students. In addition to specialized curriculum, members of the honors program can participate in leadership development trips to Washington, D.C., New York, and international sites.
Contemporary Business IssuesHBUS 101
This three-credit HBUS 101 course includes an introduction to contemporary business issues.
The Honors ACCT 201 course of three credit hours may include speakers from industry, government, and other venues. Student assessment will be based on the criteria listed in the syllabus and will include items such as class participation, projects, papers, presentations, and tests.
Honors Business LawBLAW 235
The Honors Sophomore BLAW 235 course of three credit hours explores the current American legal system by providing an introduction to a variety of legal topics important to all individuals and businesses. Topics must include sources of law, the court system and basic procedures, tort law, criminal law, and contracts. Topics may also include legal research and intellectual property. Ethical issues and international law are integrated throughout the course.
Honors Principles of ManagementMGMT 310
Provides the student with an in-depth identification and understanding of the relevant theories, concepts, and principles underlying the management function.
Honors Management Information Systems: Theory and PracticeIFMG 300
Includes basic MIS concepts, fundamentals, and practices. Broad areas of coverage are principles, the computer as a problem-solving tool, computer-based information systems, organizational information systems, and information systems management.
Honors Fundamentals of FinanceFIN 310
The study of valuation models, financial statement analysis and forecasting, capital budgeting methods, and working capital management. Also includes an introduction to risk and return, capital markets and institutions, and security valuation.
Honors Production and Operations ManagementMGMT 330
A study of converting an organization’s inputs into outputs, whether in goods-producing or service industries. Provides an overview of concepts, tools, and techniques used in management of the production and operations function in organizations.
Honors Business and Interpersonal CommunicationsBTST 321
A study of communication theory and principles as applied to business situations and practices; development of communication skills in areas of communication such as speaking, writing, listening, and nonverbal communicating. Emphasizes building effective interpersonal relations in a business environment.
Honors Principles of MarketingMKTG 320
A study of those activities necessary to the design, pricing, promotion, and distribution of goods and services for use by organizations and ultimate consumers.
Honors Business PolicyMGMT 495
A capstone case analysis course designed to give practice in applying business theories to the solution of management problems. An analysis of how top management determines strategy and policy and influences the philosophy and character of the company. Develops a general management viewpoint that integrates the various functions of the organization.
Washington, D.C., Leadership and Networking
New York City Leadership and Networking
International TripSeniors will be offered an opportunity to travel abroad with their cohort for approximately one week The Eberly College has several prominent university partnerships in other countries. The most prominent at the present time are in Germany, France, India, and China.
In addition to the honors excursions, honors students are encouraged to participate in Study Abroad programs throughout the Spring semester of their junior year. Find more information on Study Abroad programs.
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