Management, B.S. — Concentration in International Business

General Education Program
Understanding College (FS)1
Writing and Presentation (WRI1 & OC1)6
Mathematics (QR1)3-4
College Algebra
Information Literacy, Media, and Research (ITML)3
Computer Tools
Creative Voices across Cultures (HCE)6
Design Thinking and Innovation
Science at Work (NPW)6
Ethics, Reality and Logic (PEM)6
Individual and Societies (SEH)6
Principles of Macroeconomics
Introduction to Entrepreneurship
Our World, Past and Present (WHG)6
Personal Wellness (FH)2-3
Health Issues
Religion and Culture (RS)3
Management Major
ACC-1101Elementary Accounting I4
BAN-2301Spreadsheet Analytics3
BAN-3301Descriptive Analytics and Visualization3
BL-2101Business Law I3
BUS-1001Organization and Management3
BUS-2001Global Business3
BUS-4998Capstone Business Policies3
FIN-3301Principles of Finance3
HR-2204Human Resources Management3
IT-1103Computer-Based Information Systems3
IT-3301Project Management3
MKT-2201Introduction to Marketing3
ECO-2202Principles of Microeconomics3
ECO-2306Money and Banking3
PSC-2404Government and Business 1865 - Present3
International Business Concentration
ENT-2777Global Entrepreneurship3
Complete three courses from the following:9
BUS & DEI: the Human Rights Lens
Sustainable Devt: the Business Case Career
International Finance
Peoples/Cultures of Contemp Asia/Africa World I
Peoples and Cultures of the Contemporary World II
International Marketing
Liberal Arts Elective9
General Electives6
Total Hours121-123

In keeping with our mission at St. Francis College, the courses you take courses across the liberal arts ensure that you are well-rounded, able to engage in meaningful thought and conversation both within and outside of your area of expertise, and building a foundation for future success by deepening and broadening your knowledge. Building on First Year Foundations and augmenting your major field of study, the combination of courses in the Bodies of Knowledge prepares you to meet the challenges the world presents to you with intelligence, clarity, and empathy. They will equip you to solve complex problems, contribute to your community, and improve the world you inhabit. 

Institutional Learning Outcomes:

  1. Demonstrate sensitivity to creative expression
  2. Communicate ideas and information through written, oral, visual and digital media
  3. Employ critical and analytical skills
  4. Value diverse perspectives of the human experience
  5. Implement information, technology and media literacy
  6. Demonstrate quantitative literacy

Foundation Courses- First Year College (13-14 credits)

St. Francis College’s mission, emphasizing Franciscan education, highlights access and opportunities for all students. In your first year at SFC, you will combine key skill development with courses in the liberal arts and in your areas of interest. Each of these courses and categories is essential to your success in college and beyond. Our First Year Foundations program ensures that all students will be equitably prepared to excel and achieve their goals.

Bodies of Knowledge (35 credits)

At St. Francis College, our Franciscan mission states that we “educate the whole person for a full, relational life.” This means that we strive, by making certain you take courses across the liberal arts, to ensure that you are well-rounded, able to engage in meaningful thought and conversation both within and outside of your area of expertise, and create success by deepening and broadening your knowledge. Building on First Year Foundations and augmenting your major field of study, the combination of courses in the Bodies of Knowledge prepare you to meet the challenges the world presents to you with intelligence, clarity, and empathy. They will equip you to solve complex problems, contribute to your community, and improve the world you inhabit.