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Lacy School of Business
Andre B. Lacy School of Business

Curriculum

Each major in the Lacy School of Business has specific courses unique to them outside of the required LSB and University core curriculum that every student must complete. You can find the full, four-year curriculum sheets, which include both major-specific courses and core curriculum, through your academic advisor or from the Secretary of Undergraduate Programming.

 

The following is a list of all upper-level courses you have the option to take under each major:

Accounting

  • 100S Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
  • AC301 Intermediate Accounting 1
  • AC302 Intermediate Accounting II
  • AC310 Advanced Managerial Accounting
  • AC320 Auditing
  • AC325 Accounting Information Systems
  • AC342 Financial Statements Analysis
  • AC406 Fundamentals of Income Taxation

Economics

  • EC332 Intermediate Macroeconomics
  • EC336 Comparative Economic Systems
  • EC339 Economic History of the United States
  • EC342 Law and Economics
  • EC346 Health Care Economics
  • EC351 Urban Economics
  • EC352 Personnel Economics
  • EC354 Intermediate Microeconomics
  • EC355 Money and Banking
  • EC391 Environmental and Natural Resources
  • EC434 Public Finance
  • EC438 Economic History of Europe
  • EC462 Mathematical Economics
  • EC464 Quantitative Methods: Econometrics

Entrepreneurship and Innovation

  • EI315 Creativity and Innovation
  • EI325 Social Entrepreneurship
  • EI346 Entrepreneurial Finance

Exploratory

Exploratory Business majors take only Lacy School of Business and Univeristy core. A specific major must be declared by the end of sophomore year. Visit your academic advisor or the Secretary of Undergraduate Programming for an Exploratory Business curriculum sheet.

Finance

  • FN340 Corporate Finance
  • FN342 Financial Statement Analysis
  • FN346 Entrepreneurial Finance
  • FN347 Investments
  • FN352 Real Estate Principles
  • FN371 Financial Institutions, Instruments and Markets
  • FN450 Derivatives Securities & Risk Management
  • FN451 International Financial Management
  • FN70 Applied Portfolio Management

International Business

  • IB320 International Business Environment
  • IB323 Contemporary Business in East Asia
  • IB336 Comparative Economic Systems
  • IB367 Legal Aspects of International Business
  • IB433 International Economics
  • IB451 International Finance Management
  • IB460 International Organizational Behavior
  • IB491 International Marketing

Management Information Systems

  • MS370 Data Networks/Communication Systems
  • MS372 Database Design
  • MS374 Web Design & E-Commerce
  • MS375 Systems Analysis & Design
  • MS377 Health Care Information & Technology Management
  • MS378 Data Analysis and Business Modeling
  • MS465 Enterprise Information Systems

Marketing

  • MK381 Salesmanship and Sales Management
  • MK384 Marketing Analytics
  • MK385 Marketing Research
  • MK386 Health Care Marketing
  • MK471 Advertising and Promotion Management
  • MK483 Consumer Behavior
  • MK491 International Marketing

Risk Management & Insurance

  • RM350 Introduction to Risk Management
  • RM360 Insurance Company Operations
  • RM370 Employee Benefits & Retirement Planning
  • RM450 Derivatives Securities & Risk Management
  • RM460 Commercial Property Liability Insurance