Undergraduate College

Dual Degree Requirements

Dual Degree Program in Business

This program offers a B.S. in Business in an accelerated undergraduate program in the Undergraduate College and a Master’s of Business Administration, M.B.A., through Rosemont’s Schools of Graduate and Professional Studies.

To be admitted to the Dual Degree Program students must have a minimum SAT score in Math and Critical Reading of 1150 and a high school GPA of 3.25. All students are reviewed for progress with regard to required courses and college GPA in their sophomore year.

In general, students will complete 109 credits in the Undergraduate College and 36 credits in the Schools of Graduate and Professional Studies. Undergraduate credits may vary depending on whether 3 credit or 4 credit General Education and elective classes are chosen. Twelve credits from the M.B.A. program will count towards a student’s baccalaureate degree. The B.S. in Business is awarded in the fall semester of a student’s fourth year at Rosemont. The M.B.A. program is completed in the fall semester of a student’s fifth year.

The B.S. and M.B.A. program requires 144 credits.

General Education 57 to 58 credits

Nine credits from the students required business curriculum in the Undergraduate College may be applied to General Education requirements.

Required Undergraduate Business Courses 22 to 27 credits
All required Business and supporting courses must be completed during the student’s junior year at Rosemont.
ACC-0100 Financial Accounting I 3 credits
ACC-0101 Financial Accounting II 3 credits
ACC-0200 Managerial/Cost Accounting 3 credits
BUS-0220 Statistics I 3 credits
BUS-0221 Statistics II 3 credits
BUS-0240 Management Information Systems I* 3 credits
BUS-0300 Organizational Theory of Management 3 credits
BUS-0455 Internship 1 to 6 credits
Required Undergraduate Supporting Courses 14 credits
ECO-0100 Introduction to Macro-Economics 3 credits
ECO-L100 Macroeconomics Problems and Applications 1 credit
ECO-0101 Introduction to Micro-Economics 3 credits
ECO-L101 Micro-Economics Problems and Applications 1 credit
PHI-0270 Business Ethics 3 credits
MAT-0115 College Algebra 3 credits
*Students may test out of BUS-0240 by placement testing.

Undergraduate Electives

Electives can also be used to take other undergraduate Business or Accounting classes, but cannot be limited to only these areas. All undergraduate elective credits must be completed by the fall semester of a student’s fourth year at Rosemont.

Required Graduate Courses

Required Graduate Courses

Students begin taking graduate level courses in the fall semester of their junior year at Rosemont College. Students are limited to one graduate course a semester in their junior year. Students may take up to 9 graduate credits in subsequent semesters. The courses are listed below in the suggest sequence in which they should be taken.

Junior Year, Fall Semester
MGT-6625 Leadership and Management Processes 3 credits
Junior Year, Spring Semester
MGT-6689 Strategic Management 3 credits
Fourth Year, Fall Semester
MGT-6631 Managerial Accounting 3 credits
MGT-6666 Financial Principles and Policies 3 credits
Fourth Year, Spring Semester
MGT-6645 Ethical and Legal Bases of Management 3 credits
MGT-6651 Marketing Theory and Data Analysis 3 credits
MGT-6620 Decision Making Methods 3 credits
Fourth Year, Summer Session
MGT-6641 Leadership for the Future 3 credits
MGT-6709 Globalization and Culture Negotiation 3 credits
Fifth Year, Fall Semester
MGT-6713 International Management 3 credits

Graduate Business Elective 3 credits
MGT-6760 Thesis 3 credits
Some students may wish to consider taking MGT-6716, Leadership Strategies for Women.

Degree Options

B.S. in Accounting & MBA

B.S. in Finance & MBA

B.S. in Management & MBA

B.S. in Marketing & MBA