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Bachelor of Science in Engineering Degree | Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Degree

 

Candidates for the Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree, in addition to meeting the general requirements for bachelor’s degrees, including the SAGES and Physical Education requirements, must also complete the following requirements:

  1. A minimum of 128 to 133 credit hours as specified by the requirements for each BSE program.
  2. The general education requirements of the Case School of Engineering listed below.
  3. The requirements for the specific engineering major listed below as presented in the Bulletin in the section devoted to each department or program.

Note that most students pursuing a degree from the Case School of Engineering will complete ENGR 398 and ENGL 398 to fulfill the SAGES Departmental Seminar requirement and will complete an engineering senior project in their major to fulfill the SAGES Senior Capstone requirement. 

 

Majors available for the Bachelor of Science in Engineering:

  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Engineering Physics
  • Materials Science and Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Polymer Science and Engineering
  • Systems and Control Engineering
  • Engineering (undesignated)

With the exception of the undesignated major in engineering, all of the engineering programs listed above are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET).

 

General Education Requirements of the Case School of Engineering

These requirements provide a foundation in mathematics and sciences for programs in engineering leading to the Bachelor of Science degree. The CSE general education requirements are also designed to develop communication skills and to provide a body of work in the humanities and social sciences. Course credit earned by Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, proficiency examinations, and transfer may be used to satisfy Case School of Engineering general education requirements.

 

Mathematics, Sciences, and Engineering Requirements (44 credit hours)
Course ID and TitleCredits
MATHEMATICS 14
MATH 121 – Calculus for Science and Engineering I
or
MATH 123 – Calculus I
 
MATH 122 – Calculus for Science and Engineering II
or
MATH 124 – Calculus II
 
MATH 223 – Calculus for Science and Engineering III
or
MATH 227 – Calculus III
 
MATH 224 – Elementary Differential Equations
or
MATH 228 – Differential Equations
 
CHEMISTRY* 4
CHEM 111 – Principles of Chemistry for Engineers  
PHYSICS 8
PHYS 121 – General Physics I - Mechanics
or
PHYS 123 – Physics and Frontiers I - Mechanics
 
PHYS 122 – General Physics II - Electricity and Magnetism
or 
PHYS 124 – Physics and Frontiers II - Electricity and Magnetism
 
ENGINEERING  18
ENGR 131 – Elementary Computer Programming
or
EECS 132 – Introduction to Programming in Java
 
ENGR 145 – Chemistry of Materials  
ENGR 200 – Statics and Strength of Materials  
ENGR 210 – Introduction to Circuits and Instrumentation  
ENGR 225 – Thermodynamics, Fluid Dynamics, Heat, and Mass Transfer**  
TOTAL UNITS 44
*The chemistry-materials course sequences CHEM 105-CHEM 106-ENGR 145, AP/IB credit in chemistry, or CHEM 105-CHEM 106-EMAC 276 may substitute for the sequence CHEM 111-ENGR 145.
**Students pursuing a polymer science and engineering major or the biomaterials concentration in the biomedical engineering major may substitute EMAC 351 and EMAC 352 for ENGR 225.
Natural Sciences, Mathematics, or Statistics Requirement (three credit hours)

Course designated by major department.

 

Humanities and Social Sciences (15 credit hours)
Course ID and Title Credits
ENGL 398 – Professional Communication for Engineers 2
ENGR 398 – Professional Communication for Engineers 1
12 credit hours comprised of three- or four-credit hour courses*  12
TOTAL UNITS 15

*Humanities: Arabic (ARAB), Art History (ARTH), Art Studio (ARTS), Chinese (CHIN), Classics (CLSC), Dance (DANC), English (ENGL), French (FRCH), German (GRMN), Greek (GREK), Hebrew (HBRW), History (HSTY), Italian (ITAL), Japanese (JAPN), Latin (LATN), Music - General (MUGN), Music - History (MUHI), Music - Theory (MUTH), Philosophy (PHIL), Portuguese (PORT), Religious Studies (RLGN), Russian (RUSN), Spanish (SPAN), Theater (THTR), World Literature (WLIT)

 

and/or

 

Social Sciences: Anthropology (ANTH), Cognitive Science (COGS), Communication Sciences (COSI), Economics (ECON), Political Science (POSC), Psychology (PSCL), Sociology (SOCI)

 

and/or

 

Other courses that meet this requirement for CSE degree candidates: Applied Social Sciences (SASS), Bioethics (BETH)

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Degree

 

Candidates for the Bachelor of Science in Computer Science degree, in addition to meeting the general requirements for bachelor’s degrees, including the SAGES and Physical Education requirements, must also complete the following requirements:

  1. A minimum of 129 credit hours.
  2. The General Education Requirements of the Case School of Engineering as modified for the Bachelor of Science in Computer Science degree listed below.
  3. The requirements for the computer science Bachelor of Science major as presented in the Bulletin.

 

Note that most students pursuing a degree from the Case School of Engineering will complete ENGR 398 and ENGL 398 to fulfill the SAGES Departmental Seminar requirement and will complete an engineering senior project in their major to fulfill the SAGES Senior Capstone requirement.

 

General Education Requirements of the Case School of Engineering, modified for the Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

These requirements provide a foundation in mathematics and sciences for the Bachelor of Science program in computer science. The CSE general education requirements are also designed to develop communication skills and to provide a body of work in the humanities and social sciences.

 

Course credit earned by Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, proficiency examinations, and transfer may be used to satisfy Case School of Engineering general education requirements.

 

Mathematics, Sciences, and Engineering Requirements (33 credit hours)
Course ID and TitleTotal Credits
MATHEMATICS 14
MATH 121 – Calculus for Science and Engineering I
or
MATH 123 – Calculus I
MATH 122 – Calculus for Science and Engineering II
or
MATH 124 – Calculus II
MATH 223 – Calculus for Science and Engineering III
or
MATH 227 – Calculus III

MATH 224 – Elementary Differential Equations
or
MATH 228 – Differential Equations

CHEMISTRY*

4
CHEM 111 – Principles of Chemistry for Engineers
PHYSICS
8
PHYS 121 – General Physics I - Mechanics
or
PHYS 123 – Physics and Frontiers I - Mechanics
PHYS 122 – General Physics II - Electricity and Magnetism
or
PHYS 124 – Physics and Frontiers II - Electricity and Magnetism
ENGINEERING 7
EECS 132 – Introduction to Programming in Java
ENGR 145 – Chemistry of Materials
TOTAL UNITS 33
*The chemistry-materials course sequences CHEM 105-CHEM 106-ENGR 145, AP/IB credit in chemistry, or CHEM 105-CHEM 106-EMAC 276 may substitute for the sequence CHEM 111-ENGR 145.
Natural Sciences, Mathematics, or Statistics Requirement (three credit hours)

Course designated by major department.

 

Humanities and Social Sciences (15 credit hours)
Course ID and TitleCredits
ENGL 398 – Professional Communication for Engineers 2
ENGR 398 – Professional Communication for Engineers 1
12 credit hours comprised of three- or four-credit hour courses* 12
TOTAL UNITS 15

*Humanities: Arabic (ARAB), Art History (ARTH), Art Studio (ARTS), Chinese (CHIN), Classics (CLSC), Dance (DANC), English (ENGL), French (FRCH), German (GRMN), Greek (GREK), Hebrew (HBRW), History (HSTY), Italian (ITAL), Japanese (JAPN), Latin (LATN), Music - General (MUGN), Music - History (MUHI), Music - Theory  (MUTH), Philosophy (PHIL), Portuguese (PORT), Religious Studies (RLGN), Russian (RUSN), Spanish (SPAN), Theater (THTR), World Literature (WLIT)

 

and/or

 

Social Sciences: Anthropology (ANTH), Cognitive Science (COGS), Communication Sciences (COSI), Economics (ECON), Political Science (POSC), Psychology (PSCL), Sociology (SOCI)

 

and/or

 

Other Courses that Meet this Requirement for CSE Degree Candidates:  Applied Social Sciences (SASS), Bioethics (BETH)

‌Bachelor of Arts Degree | Bachelor of Science Degree

Candidates for the Bachelor of Arts degree, in addition to meeting the general requirements for bachelor’s degrees, must also complete the following requirements: 

  1. A minimum of 120 total credit hours earned.
  2. No more than 42 credit hours beyond the 100-level in any one department may be applied to the 120 credit hour total.
  3. At least 90 credit hours in arts and sciences. These credits may be drawn from those offered by the College of Arts and Sciences, as well as those in economics, biochemistry, nutrition, and computer science. (Students completing both a BA and BS are exempted from six hours of the 90-credit-hour arts and sciences requirement for the BA.)
  4. A minimum of 30 credit hours of courses at the 300- or 400-level.
  5. The General Education Requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences listed below.
  6. The requirements for a major listed below as specified in the bulletin for each department or program. A major requires a minimum of 30 credit hours, at least 24 of which are taken in the major department or program.
  7. For all courses taken in the major department and for which grades are averaged, and for all courses taken to satisfy major requirements and for which grades are averaged, a BA candidate must earn a minimum cumulative average of 2.000. Major requirements include all required and elective work completed in the major department combined with required courses completed in related fields. Transfer students must complete at Case Western Reserve University at least half the credit-hours required in the major department.

 

Majors available for the Bachelor of Arts degree:

Anthropology
Art History
Asian Studies
Astronomy
Biochemistry
Biology
Chemical Biology
Chemistry
Chinese
Classics
Cognitive Science
Communication Sciences
Computer Science
Dance
Dean’s Approved Major
Economics
English

Environmental Geology
Environmental Studies*
Evolutionary Biology*
French
French and Francophone Studies
Geological Sciences
German
German StudiesGerontological Studies*
History
History and Philosophy of Science
International Studies
Japanese Studies
Mathematics
Music
Natural Sciences*
Nutrition

    Nutritional Biochemistry and Metabolism
    Origins Sciences
    Philosophy
    Physics
    Political Science
    Pre-architecture*
    Psychology
    Religious Studies
    Sociology
    Spanish
    Statistics
    Teacher Education*
    Theater
    Women's and Gender Studies
    World Literature
    *May be taken only as a second major. Any student interested in developing for the BA a major of his or her own design may submit, before the end of the sophomore year, a program proposal for a Dean's Approved Major to the Office of Undergraduate Studies. The Dean of Undergraduate Studies and the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences must approve any proposed Dean's Approved Major.

    General Education Requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences

    These requirements provide a broad foundation for the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degree programs. Students pursuing a degree in the College of Arts and Sciences may not fulfill the Departmental Seminar requirement with a course that is being used to fulfill an Arts and Humanities, Social Sciences, or Natural and Mathematical Sciences breadth requirement. A course that has been designated as a Departmental Seminar and that also falls into the Global and Cultural Diversity category may be used to fulfill both requirements. Course credit earned by Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, proficiency examinations, and transfer may be used to satisfy general education requirements.

     

    Breadth Requirements
    (minimum of six three- or four-credit-hour courses, totaling at least 18 credit hours)

    Note: Two courses used to fulfill requirements for the major may be used also to fulfill the breadth requirements.

     

    Arts and Humanities (six to eight credit hours)

    Two three- or four-credit-hour Arts and Humanities courses selected from:

    • Arabic (ARAB)
    • Art History (ARTH)
    • Art Studio (ARTS)
    • Chinese (CHIN)
    • Classics (CLSC)
    • Dance (DANC)
    • English (ENGL)
    • French (FRCH)
    • German (GRMN)
    • Greek (GREK)
    • Hebrew (HBRW)
    • History (HSTY)
    • Italian (ITAL)
    • Japanese (JAPN)
    • Latin (LATN)
    • Music - General (MUGN)
    • Music - History (MUHI)
    • Music - Theory (MUTH)
    • Philosophy (PHIL)
    • Portuguese (PORT)
    • Religious Studies (RLGN)
    • Russian (RUSN)
    • Spanish (SPAN)
    • Theater (THTR)
    • World Literature (WLIT)

    Natural and Mathematical Sciences (six to eight credit hours)

    Two three- or four-credit-hour Natural and Mathematical Science courses selected from:

    • Astronomy (ASTR)
    • Biochemistry (BIOC)
    • Biology (BIOL)
    • Chemistry (CHEM)
    • Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences (EEPS)
    • Mathematics (MATH)
    • Nutrition (NTRN)
    • Physics (PHYS)
    • Statistics (STAT)

    Social Sciences (six credit hours)

    Two three-credit-hour Social Science courses selected from:

    • Anthropology (ANTH)
    • Cognitive Science (COGS)
    • Communication Sciences (COSI)
    • Economics (ECON)
    • Political Science (POSC)
    • Psychology (PSCL)
    • Sociology (SOCI)
    Quantitative Reasoning (three to four credit hours)

    Each student must complete at least one three- or four-credit-hour course identified as a quantitative reasoning course selected from the list below. This course may also be used to fulfill a major, minor and/or breadth requirement.

     

    Course IDCourse TitleCredits
    ANTH 319 Introduction to Statistical Analysis in the Social Sciences 3
    BIOL 321 Design and Analysis of Biological Experiments 3
    EECS 132 Introduction to Programming in Java 3
    ENGR 131 Elementary Computer Programming 3
    MATH 121 Calculus for Science and Engineering I

    4

    MATH 123 Calculus I

    4

    MATH 125 Math and Calculus Applications for Life, Managerial, and Social Sci I 4
    MATH 150 Mathematics from a Mathematician's Perspective 3
    PHIL 201 Introduction to Logic 3
    PSCL 282 Quantitative Methods in Psychology 3
    STAT 201 Basic Statistics for Social and Life Sciences 3
    STAT 201R Basic Statistics for Social and Life Sciences Using R Programming 3
    Global and Cultural Diversity (three to four credit hours)

    The goal of the Global and Cultural Diversity requirement is to provide students with the opportunity for academic reflection about the variation in human experience. Courses that satisfy this requirement must 1) substantively explore one or more cultures outside the United States, or 2) address in a substantive way ethnic, gender, sexual, religious, or other cultural practices within the United States, so as to provide students with fresh perspectives on their own cultural assumptions, traditions, and experiences. This course may also be used to fulfill a major requirement and/or one of the breadth requirements. For a complete list of courses that fulfill the Global and Cultural Diversity requirement, click here.  

     

    Bachelor of Science Degree

     

    Candidates for the Bachelor of Science degrees, in addition to meeting the general requirements for bachelor’s degrees, must also complete the following requirements:

    1. A minimum of 120-133 credit-hours as specified by the requirements for each BS program.
    2. A minimum of 30 credit hours of courses at the 300- or 400-level.
    3. The General Education Requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences listed below. For some BS programs, the General Education Requirements of the College Arts and Sciences have been modified and incorporated into the degree requirements as presented in this bulletin in the section devoted to each department or program.
    4. The requirements for a major field listed below as presented in this bulletin in the section devoted to each department or program.
    5. For all courses taken in the major department and for which grades are averaged, and for all courses taken to satisfy major requirements and for which grades are averaged, a candidate for a BS from the College of Arts and Sciences must earn a minimum cumulative average of 2.000. Major requirements include all required and elective work completed in the major department combined with required courses completed in related fields. Transfer students must complete at Case Western Reserve University at least half the credit hours required for the major.
     

    Majors available for the Bachelor of Science degree:

    Applied Mathematics
    Art Education
    Astronomy
    Biochemistry
    Biology
    Chemistry
    Geological Sciences
    Mathematics
    Mathematics and Physics
    Music Education
    Nutrition
    Nutritional Biochemistry and Metabolism
    Physics
    Statistics
    Systems Biology

    General Education Requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences

    These requirements provide a broad foundation for the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degree programs.

     

    Students pursuing a degree in the College of Arts and Sciences may not fulfill the Departmental Seminar requirement with a course that is being used to fulfill an Arts and Humanities, Social Sciences, or Natural and Mathematical Sciences breadth requirement. A course that has been designated as a Departmental Seminar and that also falls into the Global and Cultural Diversity category may be used to fulfill both requirements.

     

    Course credit earned by Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, proficiency examinations, and transfer may be used to satisfy general education requirements.

     

    Breadth Requirements
    (minimum of six three- or four-credit-hour courses, totaling at least 18 credit hours)

    NOTE: Two courses used to fulfill requirements for the major may be used also to fulfill the breadth requirements.

     

    Arts and Humanities (six to eight credit hours)

    Two three- or four-credit-hour Arts and Humanities courses selected from:

     

    • Arabic (ARAB)
    • Art History (ARTH)
    • Art Studio (ARTS)
    • Chinese (CHIN)
    • Classics (CLSC)
    • Dance (DANC)
    • English (ENGL)
    • French (FRCH)
    • German (GRMN)
    • Greek (GREK)
    • Hebrew (HBRW)
    • History (HSTY)
    • Italian (ITAL)
    • Japanese (JAPN)
    • Latin (LATN)
    • Music - General (MUGN)
    • Music - History (MUHI)
    • Music - Theory (MUTH)
    • Philosophy (PHIL)
    • Portuguese (PORT)
    • Religious Studies (RLGN)
    • Russian (RUSN)
    • Spanish (SPAN)
    • Theater (THTR)
    • World Literature (WLIT)

     

    Natural and Mathematical Sciences (six to eight credit hours)

    Two three- or four-credit-hour Natural and Mathematical Science courses selected from:

    • Astronomy (ASTR)
    • Biochemistry (BIOC)
    • Biology (BIOL)
    • Chemistry (CHEM)
    • Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences (EEPS)
    • Mathematics (MATH)
    • Nutrition (NTRN)
    • Physics (PHYS)
    • Statistics (STAT)

    Social Sciences (six credit hours)

    Two three-credit-hour Social Science courses selected from:

    • Anthropology (ANTH)
    • Cognitive Science (COGS)
    • Communication Sciences (COSI)
    • Economics (ECON)
    • Political Science (POSC)
    • Psychology (PSCL)
    • Sociology (SOCI)
    Quantitative Reasoning (three to four credit hours)

    Each student must complete at least one three- or four-credit-hour course identified as a quantitative reasoning course selected from the list below. This course may also be used to fulfill a major, minor and/or breadth requirement.

     

    Course IDCourse TitleCredits
    ANTH 319 Introduction to Statistical Analysis in the Social Sciences 3
    BIOL 321 Design and Analysis of Biological Experiments 3
    EECS 132 Introduction to Programming in Java 3
    ENGR 131 Elementary Computer Programming 3
    MATH 121 Calculus for Science and Engineering I 4
    MATH 123 Calculus I 4
    MATH 125 Math and Calculus Applications for Life, Managerial, and Social Sci I 4
    MATH 150 Mathematics from a Mathematician's Perspective 3
    PHIL 201 Introduction to Logic 3
    PSCL 282 Quantitative Methods in Psychology 3
    STAT 201 Basic Statistics for Social and Life Sciences 3
    STAT 201R Basic Statistics for Social and Life Sciences Using R Programming 3

    Global and Cultural Diversity (three to four credit hours)

    The goal of the Global and Cultural Diversity requirement is to provide students with the opportunity for academic reflection about the variation in human experience. Courses that satisfy this requirement must (1) substantively explore one or more cultures outside the United States, or (2) address in a substantive way ethnic, gender, sexual, religious, or other cultural practices within the United States, so as to provide students with fresh perspectives on their own cultural assumptions, traditions, and experiences. This course may also be used to fulfill a major requirement and/or one of the breadth requirements. For a complete list of courses that fulfill the Global and Cultural Diversity requirement, click here.

    Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree

    Candidates for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree, in addition to meeting the general requirements for bachelor’s degrees, including the SAGES and Physical Education requirements, must also complete the following requirements:

    1. A minimum of 126 credit hours

    2. The General Education Requirements of the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing listed below.

    3. The requirements for the major in nursing as presented in the Bulletin.

    4. For all courses specifically required for the major in nursing, a minimum grade of C.

    Note that most nursing students will complete NURS 320 – Theoretical and Evidence Bases for Best Practice in Nursing to fulfill the SAGES Departmental Seminar requirement and will complete NURS 373 Global Health Practicum to fulfill the SAGES Senior Capstone requirement. Also, most Nursing students will complete NURS 277 upon matriculation to count as a half-semester of Physical Education credit; this course may be used again two years later for a second half-semester.

     

    General Education Requirements of the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing

    (minimum of 10 three- or four-credit hour courses, totaling at least 30 hours)

    These requirements provide a broad educational foundation for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program.

     

    Course credit earned by Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, proficiency examinations, and transfer credit may be used to satisfy School of Nursing general education requirements.

     

    Arts and Humanities (six to eight credit hours)

    Two three- or four-credit hour courses selected from:

    • Arabic (ARAB)
    • Art History (ARTH)
    • Art Studio (ARTS)
    • Chinese (CHIN)
    • Classics (CLSC)
    • Dance (DANC)
    • English (ENGL)
    • French (FRCH)
    • German (GRMN)
    • Greek (GREK)
    • Hebrew (HBRW)
    • History (HSTY)
    • Italian (ITAL)
    • Japanese (JAPN)
    • Latin (LATN)
    • Music - General (MUGN)
    • Music - History (MUHI)
    • Music - Theory (MUTH)
    • Philosophy (PHILD
    • Portuguese (PORT)
    • Religious Studies (RLGN)
    • Russian (RUSN
    • Spanish (SPAN)
    • Theater (THTR)
    • World Literature (WLIT)
    Natural and Mathematical Sciences (18 credit hours)

    Course ID

    Course Title

    Credits

    MATHEMATICAL REASONING AND ANALYSIS*

    3

    ANTH 319

    Introduction to Statistical Analysis in the Social Sciences

     

    PSCL 282

    Quantitative Methods in Psychology

     

    STAT 201
    or STAT 201R

    Basic Statistics for Social and Life Sciences
    Basic Statistics for Social and Life Sciences Using R Programming

     

    NATURAL SCIENCES

    15

    BIOL 114

    Principles of Biology

     

    BIOL 116

    Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology I

     

    BIOL 117

    Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology II

     

    CHEM 119

    Concepts for a Molecular View of Biology I

     

    CHEM 121

    Concepts for a Molecular View of Biology II

     

    TOTAL UNITS

    18

    *Students choose one of these three courses. A student who successfully completes any one of these courses is not eligible to enroll in or receive credit for either of the other two.

    Social Sciences (six credit hours)

    Course ID

    Course TitleCredits

    SOCI 203

    Human Development: Medical and Social*

    3

    Social Sciences course**

     

    3

    TOTAL UNITS

    6

    *or approved course in human growth and development

    **Any three-credit-hour course selected from: Anthropology (ANTH), Cognitive Science (COGS), Communication Sciences (COSI), Economics (ECON), Political Science (POSC), Psychology (PSCL), oe Sociology (SOCI).

    Bachelor of Science Degree 

    Candidates for the Bachelor of Science in Accounting and the Bachelor of Science in Management, in addition to meeting the general requirements for bachelor’s degrees, including the SAGES and Physical Education requirements, must also complete the following requirements:

    1. A minimum of 122 credit hours.

    2. The General Education Requirements of the Weatherhead School of Management listed below.

    3. The requirements for a major in accounting or management as presented in the Bulletin in the section devoted to each department or program.

    4. For all courses taken in the major department and for which grades are averaged, and for all courses taken to satisfy major requirements and for which grades are averaged, a candidate for a BS from the Weatherhead School of Management must earn a minimum cumulative average of 2.000. Major requirements include all required and elective work completed in the major department combined with required courses completed in related fields. Transfer students must complete at Case Western Reserve University at least half the hours required for the major.

    5. A minimum of 30 credit hours of courses at the 300- or 400-level.

    Note that most students pursuing a degree from the Weatherhead School of Management will complete three one-credit-hour MGMT 395 seminars to fulfill the SAGES Departmental Seminar requirement.

     

    Majors available for the Bachelor of Science in Management:

    • Business Management
    • Dean's Approved Major*
    • Finance
    • Marketing

    *Any student interested in developing a major of his or her own design for the BS in Management should consult with the Office of Undergraduate and Integrated Study Programs in the Weatherhead School of Management.

     

    General Education Requirements of the Weatherhead School of Management

    (minimum of eight three- or four-credit-hour courses, totaling at least 26 hours)

    These requirements provide a broad educational foundation for programs in accounting and management, leading to the Bachelor of Science degree.

     

    Course credit earned by Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, proficiency examinations, and transfer credit may be used to satisfy Weatherhead School of Management general education requirements.

     

    NOTE: Two courses used to fulfill requirements for the major may be used also to fulfill the breadth requirements.

     

    Arts and Humanities (six to eight credit hours)

    Two three- or four-credit hour courses selected from:

    • Arabic (ARAB)
    • Art History (ARTH)
    • Art Studio (ARTS)
    • Chinese (CHIN)
    • Classics (CLSC)
    • Dance (DANC)
    • English (ENGL)
    • French (FRCH)
    • German (GRMN)
    • Greek (GREK)
    • Hebrew (HBRW)
    • History (HSTY)
    • Italian (ITAL)
    • Japanese (JAPN)
    • Latin (LATN)
    • Music - General (MUGN)
    • Music - History (MUHI)
    • Music - Theory (MUTH)
    • Philosophy (PHIL)
    • Portuguese (PORT)
    • Religion (RLGN)
    • Russian (RUSN)
    • Spanish (SPAN)
    • Theater (THTR)
    • World Literature (WLIT)
    Natural and Mathematical Sciences (14-16 credit hours)

    Course ID

    Course Title

    Credits

    MATH 125

    Math and Calculus Applications for Life, Managerial, and Social Sci I

    4

    MATH 126

    Math and Calculus Applications for Life, Managerial, and Social Sci II

    4

    Two Natural Sciences courses*

     

    6

    TOTAL UNITS 

    14

    *Any two three- or four-credit hour courses selected from: Astronomy (ASTR), Biochemistry (BIOC), Biology (BIOL), Chemistry (CHEM), Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences (EEPS), Nutrition (NTRN), or Physics (PHYS)

    Social Sciences (six credit hours)

    Any two three-credit hour courses except ECON 102 – Principles of Microeconomics* or ECON 103 – Principles of Macroeconomics* selected from:

    • Anthropology (ANTH)
    • Cognitive Science (COGS)
    • Communication Sciences (COSI)
    • Economics (ECON)
    • Political Science (POSC)
    • Psychology (PSCL)
    • Sociology (SOCI)

    *ECON 102 – Principles of Microeconomics and ECON 103 – Principles of Macroeconomics are included in accounting and management major requirements.