Business Core

FSB Curriculum
Miami Plan Abbreviations

IIA: Fine Arts
IIB: Humanities
IIC: Social Science
GCRS: Global Perspective
TS*: Thematic Sequence
Cul: Cultures
H: Historical
IP: Intercultural Perspectives

100-Level

CSE 148 Business Computing (3)

ISA 125 Introduction to Business Statistics (3) [can be met by STA 261 credit]

MTH 141 Business Calculus (5) or MTH 151 Calculus 1 (5)

First-Year Integrated Core:

BUS 101 Foundations of Business (2)

BUS 102 Foundations of Business Communication (2)

ESP 103 Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurial Thinking (2)

BUS 104 Introduction to Computational Thinking for Business (2)
[BUS 101, BUS 102, ESP 103 and BUS 104 are co-requisites and must be taken concurrently. Fulfills GMP Experiential Learning]

200-Level

ACC 221 Introduction to Financial Accounting (3)

ACC 222 Introduction to Managerial Accounting (3)

BUS 284 Advanced Business Communication, fulfills Advanced Writing (3)

ECO 201 Principles of Microeconomics (3) (MPF IIC)

ECO 202 Principles of Macroeconomics (3) (MPF IIC)

ISA 225 Principles of Business Analytics (3)

ISA 235 Information Technology and the Intelligent Enterprise (3)

MGT 291 Introduction to Management and Leadership (3)

MKT 291 Principles of Marketing (3)

300-Level

BLS 342 Legal Environment of Business (3)

FIN 301 Introduction to Business Finance (3)

MGT 302 Introduction to Operations and Supply Chain Management (3)


* This course may satisfy one of the required courses for an approved thematic sequence. Check the Miami Bulletin at www.miamioh.edu/bulletin for more information. Students must declare a thematic sequence with the department.


Students will choose one course to fulfill their Business Diversity Requirement.

Business Diversity Courses
Course Hrs Title Miami Plan
AAA 201 3 Intro to Asian/Asian American Studies

IP, IIB, IIC, GCRS

AAA/ENG/WGS 351 3 Cultural Politics of Gender and Sexuality in Asia/America IP
AMS 205 3 Introduction to American Cultures

IP, IIB

AMS 207 3 America: Global and Intercultural Perspectives IP, IIB, GCRS, TS*
AMS/FST/ITL 222 3 Italian American Culture

IP, IIB

AMS/REL 241 4 Religions of the American Peoples

IP, TS*

AMS 301 3 American Identities

IP, TS*

AMS 302 3 Immigrant America

IP, TS*

AMS/ENG 348 3 Ethnic American Literatures

IP

AMS/HST/WGS 382 3 Women in American History

IP, TS*

ARC 427
3 The American City Since 1940

TS*

ART/AMS 183 3 Images of America

IP, IIA, IIB

ATH 185 3 Cultural Diversity in the U.S.

IP, IIC, GCRS

ATH/BWS/LAS/WGS 325 3 Identity, Race, Gender, Class

IP, TS*

ATH 405 3 Food, Taste, and Desire

 

CRE 151 3 Introduction to Critical Race & Ethnic Studies IP, IIB, IIC
BWS/HST 221 3 African American History

IP, TS*

BWS/SLM/SOC 279 3 African Americans in Sport

IP, IIC

BWS/ENG 336 3 African American Writing, 1746-1877

IP, TS*

BWS/ENG 337 3 African American Writing, 1878-1945

IP, TS*

BWS/ENG 338 3 African American Writing, 1946-Present

IP, TS*

BWS/SOC 348 3 Race and Ethnic Relations

IP, TS*

BWS/HST 386 3 Race in U.S. Society

IP

BWS/ENG/WGS 432 3 Feminism and the Diaspora: U.S. Women of Color
DST/EDP/SOC 272 3 Introduction to Disability Studies

IP, IIC, TS*

DST/EDL 315 3 Disability History in America

IP, IIB

DST/EDP/SOC/WGS 375 3 (Dis)Ability Allies: To be or not to be? Developing Identify and Pride from Practice IP
DST/ENG/STC 494 or EDP 489 3 Disability in Global and Local Contexts TS*
ECO 131 3 Economic Perspectives on Inequality in America IP, IIC
ECO 356 3 Poverty and Income Distribution

IP, TS*

EDL/WGS 369 3 Sexuality, Youth, Education

IP, IIB

ENG/DST 169 3 Disability and Literature

IP, IIB

ENG 202 3 Varieties of English: Dialect Diversity and Language Change

IP, IIB

ENG/WGS 232 3 Women Writers

IP, TS*

ENG/WGS 237 3 GLBTQ Literature

IP, IIB

ENG/AMS 246 3 Native American Literature

IP, IIB

ENG/AAA/AMS 248 3 Asian American Literature

IP, IIB, GCRS

ENG/AAA/FST 249 3 Asian & Asian American Cinema

IP, IIB, GCRS

ENG/FST/WGS 356 3 Women and Gender in Film

IP, IIB

ENG/WGS 435
3 Queer Theory

 

ENG/BWS/WGS 437 3 Black Feminist Theory TS*
FSW 206 4 Social Welfare: Impact on Diverse Groups IP, IIC
FSW/WGS 361 3 Couple Relationship: Diversity and Change IP
FST 282 3 Sexualities and Film

IP

FST/IDS 206 3 Diversity and Culture in American Film IP, IIB
GEO 201 3 Geography of Urban Diversity

IP, IIC

GEO/WGS 302 3 Geography and Gender

IP

GEO/WGS 309 3 Native American Women

IP, TS*

GEO/WGS 436
3 Women, Gender, and the Environment TS*
GEO 455 3 Race, Urban Change, and Conflict in America TS*
GER 151 3 The German-American Experience

IP, IIB

GTY/SOC 318 3 Sociology of Aging and the Life Course IP, TS*
HST/LAS 217 3 Modern Latin American History
HST/LAS 260 3 Latin America in the United States

IP, IIB, GCRS

HST 372 3 Native American History since 1840 IP
IDS 159 3 Strength Through Cultural Diversity IP, IIC, GCRS
IDS 259 3 Intro to the Miami Tribe

IP, IIC

SLM 276

3 Current Issues in Leisure and Sport IIC
SLM/WGS 475 3 Women, Gender Relations, and Sport

 

LAS/AMS 315 3 Latin American Diaspora: Communities, Conditions and Issues IP
MAC/WGS 461 (FSB students: register under WGS) 3 Gender, Sexuality and Media

 

MGT 402 3 Employment Law

 

MUS/AMS 285 3 Introduction to African American Music IP, IIA, IIB, GCRS
MUS/WGS 287 3 Enter the Diva: Women in Music

IP, IIA, IIB

MUS 385 3 The Roots of Black Music: Blues, Gospel, and Soul IP, TS*
MUS/AMS 386 3 The History and Development of Hip Hop Culture in America IP, TS*
POL 142 4 American Politics and Diversity

IP, IIC

POL/WGS 348 3 Gender Politics & Policy in the United States

 

PSY/AAA 210 3 Psychology Across Cultures

IP, IIC, GCRS

REL/AAA/WGS 313 3 Marriage Across Cultures

IP

SOC/SJS 165 3 Introduction to Social Justice Studies IP, IIC, GCRS
SOC/WGS 203 3 Sociology of Gender Roles

IP, TS*

SOC/SJS 323 3 Social Justice and Change

 

SOC/BWS/FSW 362 3 Family Poverty

IP

SOC 372 3 Social Stratification

IP, TS*

SOC/GIC 421 3 Critical Race and Post-Colonial Studies

 

SOC/SJS 487 3 Globalization, Social Justice, and Human Rights IP, GCRS
SPA/DST 312 3 Deaf Culture: Global, National, and Local Issues IP, IIC, GCRS
THE 393 3 Cultural, Ethnic, and Gender Issues in Dramatic Literature IP, TS*
WGS 201 3 Introduction to Women’s Studies

IP, IIC, GCRS

WGS 202 3 Introduction to GLBT Studies

IP, IIB

WGS 301 3 Women and Difference: Intersections of Race, Class, and Sexuality IP

Note: The business core is a prerequisite to the business capstone courses.


In most cases, students must complete one capstone. There are some majors that will require a specific capstone. Please review your degree audit and meet with your academic advisor if you have any questions.

Business Capstone Offerings
Course Hours Title Special Considerations
ACC 495/595 3 Accounting Analysis ACC 595 is open to MAcc students only. Limited seats in ACC 495.
BLS 465 3 Ethics, Law, & Business -
ECO 405 3 Economics of Strategy Limited seats in ECO 405.
ESP 401 3 Entrepreneurship: New Ventures Open to ESP co-majors and minors.
ESP 461 3 Entrepreneurial Consulting Open to ESP co-majors and minors.
FIN 485 3 Integrative Concepts in Finance -
IMS 440 4 Interactive Media Studies Practicum Only open to IMS majors or co-majors; Marketing majors must complete a Marketing Capstone
ISA 495 3 Managing the Intelligent Enterprise -
MGT 495 3 Executive Decision Making Required for Human Capital Management & Leadership and Supply Chain & Operations Management majors
MKT 442 4 Highwire Brand Studio Pre-requisite: MKT 345 or permission of instructor; requires application to enroll; Marketing majors must complete a Marketing Capstone. More MKT 442 information.
MKT 495 4 Strategy Works Marketing majors must complete a Marketing Capstone.

100-Level

100-Level

CSE 148 Business Computing (3)

ISA 125 Introduction to Business Statistics (3) [can be met by STA 261 credit]

MTH 141 Business Calculus (5) or MTH 151 Calculus 1 (5)

First-Year Integrated Core:

BUS 101 Foundations of Business (2)

BUS 102 Foundations of Business Communication (2)

ESP 103 Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurial Thinking (2)

BUS 104 Introduction to Computational Thinking for Business (2)
[BUS 101, BUS 102, ESP 103 and BUS 104 are co-requisites and must be taken concurrently. Fulfills GMP Experiential Learning]

200-Level

200-Level

ACC 221 Introduction to Financial Accounting (3)

ACC 222 Introduction to Managerial Accounting (3)

BUS 284 Advanced Business Communication, fulfills Advanced Writing (3)

ECO 201 Principles of Microeconomics (3) (MPF IIC)

ECO 202 Principles of Macroeconomics (3) (MPF IIC)

ISA 225 Principles of Business Analytics (3)

ISA 235 Information Technology and the Intelligent Enterprise (3)

MGT 291 Introduction to Management and Leadership (3)

MKT 291 Principles of Marketing (3)

300-Level

300-Level

BLS 342 Legal Environment of Business (3)

FIN 301 Introduction to Business Finance (3)

MGT 302 Introduction to Operations and Supply Chain Management (3)

Business Diversity


* This course may satisfy one of the required courses for an approved thematic sequence. Check the Miami Bulletin at www.miamioh.edu/bulletin for more information. Students must declare a thematic sequence with the department.


Students will choose one course to fulfill their Business Diversity Requirement.

Business Diversity Courses
Course Hrs Title Miami Plan
AAA 201 3 Intro to Asian/Asian American Studies

IP, IIB, IIC, GCRS

AAA/ENG/WGS 351 3 Cultural Politics of Gender and Sexuality in Asia/America IP
AMS 205 3 Introduction to American Cultures

IP, IIB

AMS 207 3 America: Global and Intercultural Perspectives IP, IIB, GCRS, TS*
AMS/FST/ITL 222 3 Italian American Culture

IP, IIB

AMS/REL 241 4 Religions of the American Peoples

IP, TS*

AMS 301 3 American Identities

IP, TS*

AMS 302 3 Immigrant America

IP, TS*

AMS/ENG 348 3 Ethnic American Literatures

IP

AMS/HST/WGS 382 3 Women in American History

IP, TS*

ARC 427
3 The American City Since 1940

TS*

ART/AMS 183 3 Images of America

IP, IIA, IIB

ATH 185 3 Cultural Diversity in the U.S.

IP, IIC, GCRS

ATH/BWS/LAS/WGS 325 3 Identity, Race, Gender, Class

IP, TS*

ATH 405 3 Food, Taste, and Desire

 

CRE 151 3 Introduction to Critical Race & Ethnic Studies IP, IIB, IIC
BWS/HST 221 3 African American History

IP, TS*

BWS/SLM/SOC 279 3 African Americans in Sport

IP, IIC

BWS/ENG 336 3 African American Writing, 1746-1877

IP, TS*

BWS/ENG 337 3 African American Writing, 1878-1945

IP, TS*

BWS/ENG 338 3 African American Writing, 1946-Present

IP, TS*

BWS/SOC 348 3 Race and Ethnic Relations

IP, TS*

BWS/HST 386 3 Race in U.S. Society

IP

BWS/ENG/WGS 432 3 Feminism and the Diaspora: U.S. Women of Color
DST/EDP/SOC 272 3 Introduction to Disability Studies

IP, IIC, TS*

DST/EDL 315 3 Disability History in America

IP, IIB

DST/EDP/SOC/WGS 375 3 (Dis)Ability Allies: To be or not to be? Developing Identify and Pride from Practice IP
DST/ENG/STC 494 or EDP 489 3 Disability in Global and Local Contexts TS*
ECO 131 3 Economic Perspectives on Inequality in America IP, IIC
ECO 356 3 Poverty and Income Distribution

IP, TS*

EDL/WGS 369 3 Sexuality, Youth, Education

IP, IIB

ENG/DST 169 3 Disability and Literature

IP, IIB

ENG 202 3 Varieties of English: Dialect Diversity and Language Change

IP, IIB

ENG/WGS 232 3 Women Writers

IP, TS*

ENG/WGS 237 3 GLBTQ Literature

IP, IIB

ENG/AMS 246 3 Native American Literature

IP, IIB

ENG/AAA/AMS 248 3 Asian American Literature

IP, IIB, GCRS

ENG/AAA/FST 249 3 Asian & Asian American Cinema

IP, IIB, GCRS

ENG/FST/WGS 356 3 Women and Gender in Film

IP, IIB

ENG/WGS 435
3 Queer Theory

 

ENG/BWS/WGS 437 3 Black Feminist Theory TS*
FSW 206 4 Social Welfare: Impact on Diverse Groups IP, IIC
FSW/WGS 361 3 Couple Relationship: Diversity and Change IP
FST 282 3 Sexualities and Film

IP

FST/IDS 206 3 Diversity and Culture in American Film IP, IIB
GEO 201 3 Geography of Urban Diversity

IP, IIC

GEO/WGS 302 3 Geography and Gender

IP

GEO/WGS 309 3 Native American Women

IP, TS*

GEO/WGS 436
3 Women, Gender, and the Environment TS*
GEO 455 3 Race, Urban Change, and Conflict in America TS*
GER 151 3 The German-American Experience

IP, IIB

GTY/SOC 318 3 Sociology of Aging and the Life Course IP, TS*
HST/LAS 217 3 Modern Latin American History
HST/LAS 260 3 Latin America in the United States

IP, IIB, GCRS

HST 372 3 Native American History since 1840 IP
IDS 159 3 Strength Through Cultural Diversity IP, IIC, GCRS
IDS 259 3 Intro to the Miami Tribe

IP, IIC

SLM 276

3 Current Issues in Leisure and Sport IIC
SLM/WGS 475 3 Women, Gender Relations, and Sport

 

LAS/AMS 315 3 Latin American Diaspora: Communities, Conditions and Issues IP
MAC/WGS 461 (FSB students: register under WGS) 3 Gender, Sexuality and Media

 

MGT 402 3 Employment Law

 

MUS/AMS 285 3 Introduction to African American Music IP, IIA, IIB, GCRS
MUS/WGS 287 3 Enter the Diva: Women in Music

IP, IIA, IIB

MUS 385 3 The Roots of Black Music: Blues, Gospel, and Soul IP, TS*
MUS/AMS 386 3 The History and Development of Hip Hop Culture in America IP, TS*
POL 142 4 American Politics and Diversity

IP, IIC

POL/WGS 348 3 Gender Politics & Policy in the United States

 

PSY/AAA 210 3 Psychology Across Cultures

IP, IIC, GCRS

REL/AAA/WGS 313 3 Marriage Across Cultures

IP

SOC/SJS 165 3 Introduction to Social Justice Studies IP, IIC, GCRS
SOC/WGS 203 3 Sociology of Gender Roles

IP, TS*

SOC/SJS 323 3 Social Justice and Change

 

SOC/BWS/FSW 362 3 Family Poverty

IP

SOC 372 3 Social Stratification

IP, TS*

SOC/GIC 421 3 Critical Race and Post-Colonial Studies

 

SOC/SJS 487 3 Globalization, Social Justice, and Human Rights IP, GCRS
SPA/DST 312 3 Deaf Culture: Global, National, and Local Issues IP, IIC, GCRS
THE 393 3 Cultural, Ethnic, and Gender Issues in Dramatic Literature IP, TS*
WGS 201 3 Introduction to Women’s Studies

IP, IIC, GCRS

WGS 202 3 Introduction to GLBT Studies

IP, IIB

WGS 301 3 Women and Difference: Intersections of Race, Class, and Sexuality IP

FSB Capstones

Note: The business core is a prerequisite to the business capstone courses.


In most cases, students must complete one capstone. There are some majors that will require a specific capstone. Please review your degree audit and meet with your academic advisor if you have any questions.

Business Capstone Offerings
Course Hours Title Special Considerations
ACC 495/595 3 Accounting Analysis ACC 595 is open to MAcc students only. Limited seats in ACC 495.
BLS 465 3 Ethics, Law, & Business -
ECO 405 3 Economics of Strategy Limited seats in ECO 405.
ESP 401 3 Entrepreneurship: New Ventures Open to ESP co-majors and minors.
ESP 461 3 Entrepreneurial Consulting Open to ESP co-majors and minors.
FIN 485 3 Integrative Concepts in Finance -
IMS 440 4 Interactive Media Studies Practicum Only open to IMS majors or co-majors; Marketing majors must complete a Marketing Capstone
ISA 495 3 Managing the Intelligent Enterprise -
MGT 495 3 Executive Decision Making Required for Human Capital Management & Leadership and Supply Chain & Operations Management majors
MKT 442 4 Highwire Brand Studio Pre-requisite: MKT 345 or permission of instructor; requires application to enroll; Marketing majors must complete a Marketing Capstone. More MKT 442 information.
MKT 495 4 Strategy Works Marketing majors must complete a Marketing Capstone.

Typically, coursework at the 100- and 200-level will be scheduled during the first and second years, 300-level courses will be taken in the second and third years and 400-level courses will be taken in the senior year. You will work with your advisors to schedule your coursework appropriate with your preparation and academic goals. Students should complete 200-level coursework no later than the fifth semester. Business core courses should be completed before the FSB Capstone.