First Year (Freshman)

Fall Semester (Elgin Community College)

  • MTH 112 (College Algebra) 4 credits
  • ENG 101~ (Composition I) 3 credits
  • Physical Science (One Physical Science & One Life Science - one with a lab) 3-4 credits
  • Fine Arts 3 credits

Spring Semester (Elgin Community College)

  • MTH 120~ (Statistics) 4 credits
  • ACC 200~ (Financial Accounting) 4 credits
  • ENG 102~ (Composition II) 3 credits
  • Life Science (One Physical Science & One Life Science - one with a lab) 3-4 credits
  • Humanities or Fine Arts 3 credits

Second Year (Sophomore)

Fall Semester (Elgin Community College)

  • ACC 240~ (Managerial Accounting) 4 credits
  • ECN 202~ (Principles of Macroeconomics) 3 credits
  • BUS 113~ (Business Law) 3 credits
  • CMS 101 (Fundamentals of Speech) 3 credits
  • Behavioral Science 3 credits

Spring Semester (Elgin Community College)

  • ECN 201~ (Principles of Microeconomics) 3 credits
  • CIS 110 (Introduction to Computers) 3 credits
  • Behavioral Science 3 credits
  • Humanities 3 credits

Third Year (Junior)

Fall Semester (Roosevelt University)

  • TRS 101* (Transfer Success Course), 1 credit
  • MGMT 358~ (Organizational Behavior) 3 credits
  • ACCT 304~ (Intermediate Accounting I) 3 credits
  • Major Course~ (FIN 311, MGMT 300 or MKTG 302) 3 credits
  • MGMT 308~ (Ethical Leadership) 3 credits

Spring Semester (Roosevelt University)

  • Major Course~ (FIN 311, MGMT 300 or MKTG 302) 3 credits
  • ACCT 305~ (Intermediate Accounting II) 3 credits
  • BCOM 301~ (Business Communications) 3 credits
  • INFS 330~ (Management Information Systems) 3 credits
  • CORE Experiential Learning Course (BADM 203 - Personal Finance) 3 credits

Fourth Year (Senior)

Fall Semester (Roosevelt University)

  • Major Course~ (FIN 311, MGMT 300 or MKTG 302) 3 credits
  • ACCT Major Course~ (ACCT 313, 307 or ACCT 3XX) 3 credits
  • CORE Experiential Learning Course (See RU Advisor) 3 credits
  • ACCT 405~ (Accounting for Executives) 3 credits

Spring Semester (Roosevelt University)

  • ACCT Major Course~ (ACCT 313, 307 or ACCT 3XX) 3 credits
  • ACCT Major Course~ (ACCT 313, 307 or ACCT 3XX) 3 credits
  • MGMT 380~ (Business Strategy) 3 credits
  • International Perspective~ (ACCT 337 - International Accounting) 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~ (Concentration course of your choice; see RU advisor) 3 credits

Spring Semester (Roosevelt University)

  • FIN 408~ (Finance for Decision Makers) 3 credits
  • MBA Concentration Course~ (Concentration course of your choice; see RU advisor) 3 credits
  • MBA Concentration Course~ (Concentration course of your choice; see RU advisor) 3 credits
  • Elective Course~ (See RU advisor) 3 credits

Summer SEMESTER (Roosevelt University)

  • MGMT 489~ (Strategic Management) 3 credits

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

~=Grade of C or better required; if undergraduate GPA is less than 2.9 student will be admitted on probation to the MBA program.

Concentration and Elective Options: Courses offered in Accounting, Accounting Forensics, Finance, Hospitality & Tourism Management, Information Systems, International Business, Management, Marketing, Real Estate, Social Entrepreneurship, Economics, Health Services Management, Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Integrated Marketing Communications, Training and Development.

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.  

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

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.