Degrees & Requirements

The Department of Business Administration offers students four B.S. degrees: Accounting, Management, International Studies and Business and Business Teacher Preparation.

  • Accounting (B.S.)

    Business Administration Core and Support (34)
    ACCT 200 Spreadsheet Applications for Business (1)
    ACCT 301 Intermediate Accounting I (4)
    ACCT 302 Intermediate Accounting II (4)
    ACCT 310 Income Taxation (3)
    ACCT 340 Managerial Cost Accounting (3)
    ACCT 351 Ethics and Professional Responsibility (30
    ACCT 401 Advanced Accounting (3)
    ACCT 409 Auditing (3)
    MGMT 203 Business Law I (3)
    MGMT 204 Business Law II (3)
    MGMT 360 Management Information Systems (3)
    Total 67

  • Business Administration-Core and Support Courses

    ACCT 201 Principles of Accounting I (3)
    ACCT 202 Principles of Accounting II (3)
    MGMT 305 Marketing in a Global Economy (3)
    MGMT 345 Management Theory and Practice (3)
    MGMT 441 Production and Operations Management (3)
    MGMT 445 Corporate Finance (3)
    MGMT 449 Management Policy and Strategy (3)
    Contextual and Support courses 
    ECON 151 Principles of Economics I (3)
    ECON Principles of Economics II (3)
    CIMT Introduction to Computers (3)
    One course from: (4)
    STAT 161 Introduction to Statistics 
    STAT 162 Introduction to Statistics for the Social Sciences
    STAT 163 Introduction to Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences
    Total 34

  • Business-Teacher Preparation (B.S.)

    Departmental Requirements:
    Business Administration Core and Support (34)
    MGMT 203 Business Law I (3)
    MGMT 360 Management Information Systems (3)
    MGMT 370 Internship I or A significant experience approved by the Neff Center Director (3-6)
    Additional Requirements
    CIMT 199 Introduction to Programming (2)
    One course from: (3-4)
    MATH 121 College Algebra (3)
    MATH 123 Pre-Calculus (3)
    MATH 151 Calculus I (4)
    Total 48-52

    Licensure Requirements
    EDUC 114 Introduction to Education (1)
    EDUC 115 Early Field Experience (.5)
    EDUC 115 Early Field Experience (.5)
    EDUC 305 Human Growth and Development (3)
    EDUC 320 Technology and Instructional Design (3)
    EDUC 370 Survey of Exceptional Children (3)
    EDUC 440 Seminar: Teaching in Secondary School (2)
    EDUC 441 Supervised Teaching in Secondary School (10)
    EDUC 445 Foundations of Education (3)
    EDUC 449 Reading, Writing, and Instruction in Content Areas (3)
    EDUC 450 Curriculum and Instruction in Secondary School (3)
    One course from: (3)
    HIST 111 American History to 1861*
    HIST 112 American History 1861-present*

    Laboratory Science* (4)
    Total 39
    Recommended
    EDUC 401 Practicum in Education
    One course from: (3)
    HHP 231 Personal Health
    HHP 232 School and Community Health
    HHP 251 Safety Education
    *Met as Modes of Inquiry Core Requirement

  • International Studies and Business

    Business Administration Core and Support (34)
    MGMT 320 Issues in International Management (3)
    One course from: (3)
    ECON 322 International Trade I 
    NST 223X International Political Economy 
    INST 105X Introduction to International Relations 
    One course from: (3)
    INST 450 Senior Seminar
    ASIA 460 Independent Study
    EUST 460 Independent Study
    MEIS 460 Independent Study
    Total 46
    Contextual and Support  
    Four courses (at least 12 two at the 300 level or above) from:* (12)
    POLS 215 Introduction to Comparative Politics
    POLS 216 Politics of Decision Making
    POLS 225 Comparative Politics in the Middle East
    POLS 245 Comparative Politics of Asia
    POLS 255 Politics of Latin America
    POLS314 National and International Security
    POLS 328 Comparative Immigration
    POLS 329 Democracy and Democratization
    POLS 337 Women and Politics
    *Other courses with a heavy international component can be substituted with advisor’s approval. Foreign Language Minimum of four courses in a foreign language. Students who wish to study a foreign language not offered at Emory & Henry can do so at cooperating institutions either in the United States or abroad.

  • Management (B.S.)

    Business Administration Core and Support (34)
    ACCT 200 Spreadsheet Applications for Business (1)
    MGMT 203 Business Law I (3)
    MGMT 204 Business Law II (3)
    MGMT 360 Management Information Systems (3)

    Total  44

  • Minor in Accounting

    A student majoring in a discipline other than management may minor in accounting by completing Accounting 201 and 202 and four additional courses selected from the following: Accounting 301, 302, 310, 340, 401, 409, or Management 308 or 445.

  • Minor in International Business

    A student majoring in a discipline other than management may minor in international business by completing International Studies 105X or Geography 221; Economics 151, 152, and 322; and Management 305 and 320.

  • Minor in Management

    A student majoring in a discipline other than accounting may minor in management by completing Economics 151, Management 305 and 345, Accounting 201, and two additional courses selected from the following: Economics 152, Accounting 202, Management 203, 308, 320, 441, or 445.


  • This information is effective using the most recent Academic Catalog for more detailed course descriptions you can view the Academic Catalog here.

    For Current Students, you may check your individual degree requirements using Self-Service. More information in regards to this can be found on the Registrar’s page.