Majors and Co-Majors

Welcome to Miami University's Farmer School of Business!

See below for links to major requirements, major and career info, and department websites for each of our business majors. Hard copies of these documents are available in 1022 Farmer School of Business. Our academic advisors are also available by appointment to explain the documents in detail.


To begin, please select the academic year that you started at Miami.

Miami Entry Fall 2021 Requirements

Student Resources

2021-2022 New Student Guidebook

English Portfolio for ENG 111 credit - Due July 5, 2021

AP, IB, and CLEP Credit

Transferring Credit

A downloadable copy of the Fall 2021 Advising Checklist

Miami Entry Fall 2021 Requirements

Fall 2021 Entry Advising Checklist

Global Miami Plan Requirements

  1. English Composition - Covered by ENG 109/111
  2. Creative Arts, Humanities, Social Science (9 hours)
    1. Creative Arts
    2. Humanities
    3. Social Science - Covered by ECO 201
  3. Global Perspectives (6 hours)
    1. Study Abroad (6 hours fulfills requirement), or
    2. Global Courses
  4. Natural Science (6 hours, must include one laboratory course)
    1. Biological Science
    2. Physical Science
  5. Mathematics, Formal Reasoning, Technology - Covered by MTH 141 or MTH 151

Thematic Sequence (MPT) requirement is met by completing related courses (at least nine hours) in an approved Thematic Sequence outside the student's department of major. This requirement can also be fulfilled by a second major or a minor outside the student’s department of major.

Advanced Writing Course Covered by BUS 284

Experiential Learning Requirement - Covered by the FYIC

Intercultural Perspectives Requirement May overlap with FSB Business Diversity

Capstone Course (MPC) - Covered by taking an FSB Capstone

The Business Core

  • ACC 221 (3)
  • ACC 222 (3) Prerequisite: ACC 221
  • BLS 342 (3)
  • ECO 201 (3)
  • ECO 202 (3)
  • FIN 301 (3) Prerequisites: ACC 221, ECO 201
  • ISA 235 (3) Prerequisite: CSE 148
  • MGT 291 (3) Prerequisite: Sophomore standing required
  • MGT 302 (3) Prerequisite: ISA/STA 125
  • MKT 291 (3) Prerequisite or corequisite: ECO 201
  • First Year Integrated Core (FYIC)
    • BUS 101 (2)
    • BUS 102 (2)
    • ESP 103 (2)
    • BUS 104 (2)
  • CSE 148 (3)
  • ISA/STA 125 (3)
  • ISA 225 (3)
  • MTH 141 or MTH 151 (5)
  • BUS 284 (3) Prerequisite: FYIC & ENG109/111
  • Capstone (3-4) Prerequisites: FIN 301, MGT 291, MKT 291, & 96 hours; overlaps with GMP’s Capstone requirement
  • Business Diversity (3-4) May overlap with a GMP requirement

Major and Career Information

 

Accountancy

Analytics Co-Major

NOTE: The Analytics co-major should only be considered for students who are non-business. FSB Students should consider the double major in ISA-Business Analytics track/Business Analytics major instead.

Department Office:

FSB 3095

513-529-4826

Business Analytics

Business Economics

Entrepreneurship Co-Major

Finance

Human Capital Management and Leadership

Information and Cybersecurity Management

Marketing

Real Estate

Supply Chain and Operations Management

Miami Entry Fall 2020 Requirements

Student Resources

2020-2021 New Student Guidebook

English Portfolio for ENG 111 credit - Due July 6, 2020

AP, IB, and CLEP Credit

Transferring Credit

A downloadable copy of the Fall 2020 Advising Checklist

Fall 2020 Entry Advising Checklist

Global Miami Plan Requirements

  1. English Composition - Covered by ENG 109/111
  2. Creative Arts, Humanities, Social Science (9 hours)
    1. Creative Arts
    2. Humanities
    3. Social Science - Covered by ECO 201
  3. Global Perspectives (6 hours)
    1. Study Abroad (6 hours fulfills requirement), or
    2. Global Courses
  4. Natural Science (6 hours, must include one laboratory course)
    1. Biological Science
    2. Physical Science
  5. Mathematics, Formal Reasoning, Technology - Covered by MTH 151

Thematic Sequence (MPT) requirement is met by completing related courses (at least nine hours) in an approved Thematic Sequence outside the student's department of major. This requirement can also be fulfilled by a second major or a minor outside the student’s department of major.

Advanced Writing Course Covered by BUS 284

Experiential Learning Requirement - Covered by the FYIC

Intercultural Perspectives Requirement May overlap with FSB Business Diversity

Capstone Course (MPC) - Covered by taking an FSB Capstone

The Business Core

  • ACC 221 (3)
  • ACC 222 (3) Prerequisite: ACC 221
  • BLS 342 (3)
  • ECO 201 (3)
  • ECO 202 (3)
  • FIN 301 (3) Prerequisites: ACC 221, ECO 201
  • ISA 235 (3) Prerequisites: CSE 148
  • MGT 291 (3) Prerequisite: Sophomore standing required
  • MGT 302 (3) Prerequisite: STA 125
  • MKT 291 (3) Prerequisite: ECO 201
  • First Year Integrated Core (FYIC)
    • BUS 101 (2)
    • BUS 102 (2)
    • ESP 103 (2)
    • BUS 104 (2)
  • CSE 148 (3)
  • ISA/STA 125 (3)
  • ISA 225 (3)
  • MTH 151 (5)
  • BUS 284 (3) Prerequisite: FYIC & ENG109/111
  • Capstone (3-4) Prerequisites: FIN 301, MGT 291, MKT 291, & 96 hours; overlaps with GMP’s Capstone requirement
  • Business Diversity (3-4) May overlap with a GMP requirement

Major and Career Information

Accountancy

Department Office:

FSB 3094

513-529-6200

Faculty Mentors:

Faculty Mentors provide guidance to students for their given field of study. They provide guidance on electives within the major and can also assist with career exploration and development. Students meet with Faculty Mentors as a way to supplement meetings with their Academic Advisor.

All Majors Name
Any Dr. Eighme
Any Dr. Frank
Any Mrs. Pyzoha
Any Dr. Stoel

Analytics Co-Major

NOTE: The Analytics co-major should only be considered for students who are non-business. FSB Students should consider the double major in ISA-Business Analytics track/Business Analytics major instead.

Department Office:

FSB 3095

513-529-4826

Business Analytics

Business Economics

Entrepreneurship Co-Major

Finance

Human Capital Management and Leadership

Information Systems

Marketing

Supply Chain and Operations Management

Miami Entry Fall 2019 Requirements

Accountancy

Analytics Co-Major

NOTE: The Analytics co-major should only be considered for students who are non-business. FSB Students should consider the double major in ISA-Business Analytics track/Business Analytics major instead.

Department Office:

FSB 3095

513-529-4826

Business Economics

Entrepreneurship Co-Major

Finance

Human Capital Management and Leadership

Information Systems & Analytics

Marketing

Supply Chain and Operations Management

Miami Entry Fall 2018 Requirements

Accountancy

Business Economics

Entrepreneurship Co-Major

Finance

Human Capital Management and Leadership

Information Systems & Analytics

NOTE: The Analytics co-major should only be considered for students who are non-business. FSB Students should consider the double major in ISA-Business Analytics track/Business Analytics major instead.

Department Office:

FSB 3095

513-529-4826

Marketing

Supply Chain and Operations Management

Miami Entry Fall 2017 Requirements

Accountancy

Business Economics

Entrepreneurship Co-Major

Finance

Human Capital Management and Leadership

Information Systems & Analytics

NOTE: The Analytics co-major should only be considered for students who are non-business. FSB Students should consider the double major in ISA-Business Analytics track/Business Analytics major instead.

Department Office:

FSB 3095

513-529-4826

Marketing

Supply Chain and Operations Management

Miami Entry Fall 2016 Requirements

Accountancy

Business Economics

Finance

Human Capital Management and Leadership

Information Systems & Analytics

NOTE: The Analytics co-major should only be considered for students who are non-business. FSB Students should consider the double major in ISA-Business Analytics track/Business Analytics major instead.

Department Office:

FSB 3095

513-529-4826

Marketing

Supply Chain and Operations Management

Faculty Mentors provide guidance to students for their given field of study. They provide guidance on electives within the major and can also assist with career exploration and development. Students meet with Faculty Mentors as a way to supplement meetings with their Academic Advisor.

Accountancy
All Majors Name
Any Dr. Eighme
Any Dr. Frank
Any Mrs. Pyzoha
Any Dr. Stoel

 

Business Economics
All Majors Name
Any Dr. Niemesh
Any Dr. Elliott
Any Dr. Bowblis
Any Dr. Moul

 

Finance
All Majors Name
A-B Dr. Harper
C-D Dr. Henry
E-F Dr. Gebeyehu
G Dr. Yin
H-I Dr. Goldie
J-K Dr. Biggerstaff
L-M Dr. Shrider
N-O Dr. Boulton
P-Q Dr. Gempesaw
R Dr. Thompson
S Dr. Brunarski
T Dr. Harman
U-V Dr. Nixon
W-X Dr. Liu
Y-Z Dr. Wang

Information Systems & Analytics
Business Analytics Name
A-C Dr. Martinez
D-G Dr. Carvalho
H-K Dr. Jones-Farmer
L-N Dr. Megahed
O-R Dr. Rysz
S Dr. Weese
T-Z Dr. Shan
Information Systems / Information and Cybersecurity Management Name
A-D Dr. Rajkumar
E-H Dr. Carvalho
I-L Dr. Nwankpa
M-P Dr. Ozdemir
Q-T Dr. Anderson
U-Z Dr. Fang

 

Management
Human Capital Management and Leadership Name
Any Mr. Manzo
Supply Chain and Operations Management Name
Any Dr. Salzarulo

 

Marketing
All Majors Name
A-Cz Ms. Coleman
D-Gar Ms. Taylor
Gas-I Dr. Coyle
J-Ld Dr. Wang
Le-Nd Dr. Barr
Ne-R Dr. DelVecchio
S-Z Dr. Stenstrom

2021-2022

Miami Entry Fall 2021 Requirements

Student Resources

2021-2022 New Student Guidebook

English Portfolio for ENG 111 credit - Due July 5, 2021

AP, IB, and CLEP Credit

Transferring Credit

A downloadable copy of the Fall 2021 Advising Checklist

Miami Entry Fall 2021 Requirements

Fall 2021 Entry Advising Checklist

Global Miami Plan Requirements

  1. English Composition - Covered by ENG 109/111
  2. Creative Arts, Humanities, Social Science (9 hours)
    1. Creative Arts
    2. Humanities
    3. Social Science - Covered by ECO 201
  3. Global Perspectives (6 hours)
    1. Study Abroad (6 hours fulfills requirement), or
    2. Global Courses
  4. Natural Science (6 hours, must include one laboratory course)
    1. Biological Science
    2. Physical Science
  5. Mathematics, Formal Reasoning, Technology - Covered by MTH 141 or MTH 151

Thematic Sequence (MPT) requirement is met by completing related courses (at least nine hours) in an approved Thematic Sequence outside the student's department of major. This requirement can also be fulfilled by a second major or a minor outside the student’s department of major.

Advanced Writing Course Covered by BUS 284

Experiential Learning Requirement - Covered by the FYIC

Intercultural Perspectives Requirement May overlap with FSB Business Diversity

Capstone Course (MPC) - Covered by taking an FSB Capstone

The Business Core

  • ACC 221 (3)
  • ACC 222 (3) Prerequisite: ACC 221
  • BLS 342 (3)
  • ECO 201 (3)
  • ECO 202 (3)
  • FIN 301 (3) Prerequisites: ACC 221, ECO 201
  • ISA 235 (3) Prerequisite: CSE 148
  • MGT 291 (3) Prerequisite: Sophomore standing required
  • MGT 302 (3) Prerequisite: ISA/STA 125
  • MKT 291 (3) Prerequisite or corequisite: ECO 201
  • First Year Integrated Core (FYIC)
    • BUS 101 (2)
    • BUS 102 (2)
    • ESP 103 (2)
    • BUS 104 (2)
  • CSE 148 (3)
  • ISA/STA 125 (3)
  • ISA 225 (3)
  • MTH 141 or MTH 151 (5)
  • BUS 284 (3) Prerequisite: FYIC & ENG109/111
  • Capstone (3-4) Prerequisites: FIN 301, MGT 291, MKT 291, & 96 hours; overlaps with GMP’s Capstone requirement
  • Business Diversity (3-4) May overlap with a GMP requirement

Major and Career Information

 

Accountancy

Analytics Co-Major

NOTE: The Analytics co-major should only be considered for students who are non-business. FSB Students should consider the double major in ISA-Business Analytics track/Business Analytics major instead.

Department Office:

FSB 3095

513-529-4826

Business Analytics

Business Economics

Entrepreneurship Co-Major

Finance

Human Capital Management and Leadership

Information and Cybersecurity Management

Marketing

Real Estate

Supply Chain and Operations Management

2020-2021

Miami Entry Fall 2020 Requirements

Student Resources

2020-2021 New Student Guidebook

English Portfolio for ENG 111 credit - Due July 6, 2020

AP, IB, and CLEP Credit

Transferring Credit

A downloadable copy of the Fall 2020 Advising Checklist

Fall 2020 Entry Advising Checklist

Global Miami Plan Requirements

  1. English Composition - Covered by ENG 109/111
  2. Creative Arts, Humanities, Social Science (9 hours)
    1. Creative Arts
    2. Humanities
    3. Social Science - Covered by ECO 201
  3. Global Perspectives (6 hours)
    1. Study Abroad (6 hours fulfills requirement), or
    2. Global Courses
  4. Natural Science (6 hours, must include one laboratory course)
    1. Biological Science
    2. Physical Science
  5. Mathematics, Formal Reasoning, Technology - Covered by MTH 151

Thematic Sequence (MPT) requirement is met by completing related courses (at least nine hours) in an approved Thematic Sequence outside the student's department of major. This requirement can also be fulfilled by a second major or a minor outside the student’s department of major.

Advanced Writing Course Covered by BUS 284

Experiential Learning Requirement - Covered by the FYIC

Intercultural Perspectives Requirement May overlap with FSB Business Diversity

Capstone Course (MPC) - Covered by taking an FSB Capstone

The Business Core

  • ACC 221 (3)
  • ACC 222 (3) Prerequisite: ACC 221
  • BLS 342 (3)
  • ECO 201 (3)
  • ECO 202 (3)
  • FIN 301 (3) Prerequisites: ACC 221, ECO 201
  • ISA 235 (3) Prerequisites: CSE 148
  • MGT 291 (3) Prerequisite: Sophomore standing required
  • MGT 302 (3) Prerequisite: STA 125
  • MKT 291 (3) Prerequisite: ECO 201
  • First Year Integrated Core (FYIC)
    • BUS 101 (2)
    • BUS 102 (2)
    • ESP 103 (2)
    • BUS 104 (2)
  • CSE 148 (3)
  • ISA/STA 125 (3)
  • ISA 225 (3)
  • MTH 151 (5)
  • BUS 284 (3) Prerequisite: FYIC & ENG109/111
  • Capstone (3-4) Prerequisites: FIN 301, MGT 291, MKT 291, & 96 hours; overlaps with GMP’s Capstone requirement
  • Business Diversity (3-4) May overlap with a GMP requirement

Major and Career Information

Accountancy

Department Office:

FSB 3094

513-529-6200

Faculty Mentors:

Faculty Mentors provide guidance to students for their given field of study. They provide guidance on electives within the major and can also assist with career exploration and development. Students meet with Faculty Mentors as a way to supplement meetings with their Academic Advisor.

All Majors Name
Any Dr. Eighme
Any Dr. Frank
Any Mrs. Pyzoha
Any Dr. Stoel

Analytics Co-Major

NOTE: The Analytics co-major should only be considered for students who are non-business. FSB Students should consider the double major in ISA-Business Analytics track/Business Analytics major instead.

Department Office:

FSB 3095

513-529-4826

Business Analytics

Business Economics

Entrepreneurship Co-Major

Finance

Human Capital Management and Leadership

Information Systems

Marketing

Supply Chain and Operations Management

2019-2020

Miami Entry Fall 2019 Requirements

Accountancy

Analytics Co-Major

NOTE: The Analytics co-major should only be considered for students who are non-business. FSB Students should consider the double major in ISA-Business Analytics track/Business Analytics major instead.

Department Office:

FSB 3095

513-529-4826

Business Economics

Entrepreneurship Co-Major

Finance

Human Capital Management and Leadership

Information Systems & Analytics

Marketing

Supply Chain and Operations Management

2018-2019

Miami Entry Fall 2018 Requirements

Accountancy

Business Economics

Entrepreneurship Co-Major

Finance

Human Capital Management and Leadership

Information Systems & Analytics

NOTE: The Analytics co-major should only be considered for students who are non-business. FSB Students should consider the double major in ISA-Business Analytics track/Business Analytics major instead.

Department Office:

FSB 3095

513-529-4826

Marketing

Supply Chain and Operations Management

2017-2018

Miami Entry Fall 2017 Requirements

Accountancy

Business Economics

Entrepreneurship Co-Major

Finance

Human Capital Management and Leadership

Information Systems & Analytics

NOTE: The Analytics co-major should only be considered for students who are non-business. FSB Students should consider the double major in ISA-Business Analytics track/Business Analytics major instead.

Department Office:

FSB 3095

513-529-4826

Marketing

Supply Chain and Operations Management

2016-2017

Miami Entry Fall 2016 Requirements

Accountancy

Business Economics

Finance

Human Capital Management and Leadership

Information Systems & Analytics

NOTE: The Analytics co-major should only be considered for students who are non-business. FSB Students should consider the double major in ISA-Business Analytics track/Business Analytics major instead.

Department Office:

FSB 3095

513-529-4826

Marketing

Supply Chain and Operations Management

Faculty Mentors

Faculty Mentors provide guidance to students for their given field of study. They provide guidance on electives within the major and can also assist with career exploration and development. Students meet with Faculty Mentors as a way to supplement meetings with their Academic Advisor.

Accountancy
All Majors Name
Any Dr. Eighme
Any Dr. Frank
Any Mrs. Pyzoha
Any Dr. Stoel

 

Business Economics
All Majors Name
Any Dr. Niemesh
Any Dr. Elliott
Any Dr. Bowblis
Any Dr. Moul

 

Finance
All Majors Name
A-B Dr. Harper
C-D Dr. Henry
E-F Dr. Gebeyehu
G Dr. Yin
H-I Dr. Goldie
J-K Dr. Biggerstaff
L-M Dr. Shrider
N-O Dr. Boulton
P-Q Dr. Gempesaw
R Dr. Thompson
S Dr. Brunarski
T Dr. Harman
U-V Dr. Nixon
W-X Dr. Liu
Y-Z Dr. Wang

Information Systems & Analytics
Business Analytics Name
A-C Dr. Martinez
D-G Dr. Carvalho
H-K Dr. Jones-Farmer
L-N Dr. Megahed
O-R Dr. Rysz
S Dr. Weese
T-Z Dr. Shan
Information Systems / Information and Cybersecurity Management Name
A-D Dr. Rajkumar
E-H Dr. Carvalho
I-L Dr. Nwankpa
M-P Dr. Ozdemir
Q-T Dr. Anderson
U-Z Dr. Fang

 

Management
Human Capital Management and Leadership Name
Any Mr. Manzo
Supply Chain and Operations Management Name
Any Dr. Salzarulo

 

Marketing
All Majors Name
A-Cz Ms. Coleman
D-Gar Ms. Taylor
Gas-I Dr. Coyle
J-Ld Dr. Wang
Le-Nd Dr. Barr
Ne-R Dr. DelVecchio
S-Z Dr. Stenstrom

Double Majors in Business

A student who has earned 60 or more semester hours with a 3.20 or higher GPA in the combination of Miami Plan Foundation and business courses is eligible to apply for a second major in business. Some majors may require a higher GPA due to enrollment limits (e.g., a double major in the following major requires a 3.50 or higher GPA in the combination of Miami Plan Foundation and business courses: Marketing and Finance). In all cases, approval of the second major by your FSB Academic Advisor is required.

FSB Change of Program

Change your FSB major, add a second FSB major, add an FSB minor, certificate, or thematic sequence, or drop a second major, minor, certificate, or thematic here: