First Year (Freshman)

Fall Semester (City Colleges of Chicago)

  • ENGL 101 (Composition I), 3 credits
  • MATH 140 (College Algebra) 4 credits
  • Fine Arts & Humanities Course 3 credits
  • SOC 201 (Introduction to the Study of Society) 3 credits
  • Program Elective 4 credits

Spring Semester (City Colleges of Chicago)

  • ENGL 102 (Composition II), 3 credits
  • SPEECH 101 (Fundamentals of Speech Communication) 3 credits
  • Program Elective 4 credits
  • ECON 201 (Principles of Economics I) 3 credits
  • BUS 211 (Business Law I) 3 credits

Second Year (Sophomore)

Fall Semester (City Colleges of Chicago)

  • ECON 202 (Principles of Economics II) 3 credits
  • Physical Science 4 credits
  • Fine Arts & Humanities Course 3 credits
  • BUS 181 (Financial Accounting) 4 credits

Spring Semester (City Colleges of Chicago)

  • PHIL 105 (Logic) 3 credits
  • BUS 182 (Managerial Accounting) 4 credits
  • Life Science 4 credits
  • MATH 216 (Statistics for Business Majors) 3 credits

Third Year (Junior)

Fall Semester (Roosevelt University)

  • TRS 101* (Transfer Success Course), 1 credit
  • MGMT 358^ (Organizational Behavior) 3 credits
  • MKTG 302^ (Principles of Marketing) 3 credits
  • BCOM 301^ (Business Communications) 3 credits
  • FIN 311^ (Business Finance) 3 credits

Spring Semester (Roosevelt University)

  • MGMT 308^ (Ethical Leadership) 3 credits
  • ACCT 304^ (Intermediate Accounting I) 3 credits
  • ACCT 307^ (Income Tax Law and Procedure) 3 credits
  • CORE Experiential Learning Course 3 credits
  • CORE Experiential Learning Course 3 credits

Fourth Year (Senior)

Fall Semester (Roosevelt University)

  • ACCT 305^ (Intermediate Accounting II) 3 credits
  • ACCT 313^ (Cost & Managerial Accounting) 3 credits
  • MGMT 300^ (Operations Management) 3 credits
  • INFS 330^ (Management Information Systems) 3 credits
  • ACCT 405~ (Accounting for Executives) 3 credits

Spring Semester (Roosevelt University)

  • ACCT 330^ (Principles of Auditing) 3 credits
  • ACCT 3..^ (ACCT Major Elective) 3 credits
  • MGMT 380^ (Business Policy & Strategy) 3 credits
  • MGMT 407~ (Executive Leadership) 3 credits
  • MKTG 406~ (Marketing Strategy Theory & Practice) 3 credits

Fifth Year (Senior)

Fall Semester (Roosevelt University)

  • ECON 403~ (Economics for Decision Makers) 3 credits
  • MGMT 403~ (Quantitative Analysis for Managers) 3 credits
  • INFS 401~ (Information Resource Management) 3 credits
  • MBA Concentration Course (MGMT 440- Project Management or another Concentration Course of Choice***) 3 credits

Spring Semester (Roosevelt University)

  • FIN 408~ (Finance for Decision Makers) 3 credits
  • MBA Concentration Course (MGMT 402 - Business Analytics or another Concentration Course of Choice***) 3 credits
  • MBA Concentration Course (MGMT 423 - Behavioral Science Systems for Management or another Concentration Course of Choice***) 3 credits
  • MBA Concentration Course (MGMT 492 - Professional Management Internship or another Concentration Course of Choice***) 3 credits

Summer Semester (Roosevelt University)

  • MGMT 489~ (Project Management) 3 credits

~=Grade of C- or better required, if undergraduate and GPA under 2.0 student might be admitted on probation.

***Management Concentration Course options: MGMT 402, 405, 406, 421, 423, 440, 452, 453, 454, 465, 470, 472, 474, 488, 491, 492 or 495.

Concentration and elective options: Courses offered in Accounting, Accounting Forensic, Finance, Hospitality & Tourism Management, Information Systems, International Business, Management, Marketing, Real Estate, Social Entrepreneurship, Human Resource Management, etc for the MBA.

*TRS 101 = Transfer Success Course (waived with transfer of 90 credit hours or more).

BADM 401 (1 credit hour pre-requisite course) will be exempted for students who have 3.0 GPA in a UG courses.

If a student decides not to join the MBA program even after taking the core courses, those courses can be counted as electives for the undergraduate degree.

Please note that with the transfer of an AA or AS degree all Roosevelt University general education core requirements are completed unless a pre-requisite general education course is needed for the major.