Concentrations

For a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, students are required to complete a minimum of 21 credits for each concentration, with a minimum of 12 of those credits taken at Molloy College. This includes hybrid, online and traditional course formats.

*Accounting

BUS 1010 - Introduction to Business

ACC 2600 - Accounting I

ACC 2610 -  Accounting II

And four (4) of the following:

ACC 3620  - Intermediate Accounting I

ACC 3630 - Intermediate Accounting II

ACC 3640 - Cost and Managerial Accounting

ACC 3650 - Forensic Accounting

ACC 3660 - Taxation I
ACC 3670 - Taxation II
ACC 3700 - Government and Not for Profit Accounting
ACC 3720 - Computerized Accounting and Computer Systems

*Business Management

BUS 1010 - Introduction to Business

BUS 2010 - Principles of Management

BUS 3030 - Human Resources Management

BUS 3040 - Organizational Behavior

MKT 2300 - Principles of Marketing

And two (2) of the following:

BUS 3150 - Entrepreneurship

BUS 3340 - International Business

MKT 2350 - Consumer Behavior

MKT 3390 - Marketing Analytics

*Communications: Professional Communications

COM 2550 - Public Relations

COM 2590 - Introduction to Advertising

COM 3130 - Interpersonal Communications

COM 3150 - Organizational Communications

And three (3) additional 2000-level or higher COM courses in consultation with advisor.

*Criminal Justice

CRJ 1010 - Foundations of Justice

And six (6) Criminal Justice courses in consultation with the department chairperson.

*Economics

BUS 1010 - Introduction to Business    

ECO 2510 - Macroeconomics

ECO 2520 - Microeconomics

ECO 3010 Real World Macroeconomics OR ECO 3020 Advanced Microeconomic Themes

And three (3) of the following:

ACC 2600 - Accounting I

ECO 3010 - Real World Macroeconomics
ECO 3020 - Advanced Microeconomic Themes
ECO 3150 - Money, Banking and Financial Markets
ECO 3200 - Global Economics and Finance
ECO 3310 - Labor Economics
ECO 3560 - Understanding Economic Evaluations in Healthcare
ECO 4010 - Econometrics

*Finance

CIS 1050 - Computer Applications for Business

ACC 2600 - Accounting I

MAT 1150B - Elementary Statistics for Business

FIN 3500 - Corporate Finance

BUS 3430 - Quantitative Analysis for Business Applications

And two (2) of the following:

ECO 2510 - Macroeconomics

ECO 2520 - Microeconomics

ECO 3010 - Real World Macroeconomics

ECO 3020 - Advanced Microeconomic Themes

ECO 3150 - Money, Banking and Financial Markets

ECO 3200 - Global Economics and Finance

ECO 3310 - Labor Economics

FIN 3800 - Investment Management

FIN 3810 - Risk Management

FIN 3830 - Behavioral Finance

FIN 3840 - Real Estate and Project Finance

FIN 3870 - Global Financial Markets

FIN 3880 - Fixed Income Markets and Valuation

FIN 3890 - Fundamental Analysis and Company Valuation

FIN 4030 - Corporate Treasury Management 

*Marketing

BUS 1010 - Introduction to Business

MKT 2350 - Consumer Behavior

MKT 2300 - Principles of Marketing

And four (4) of the following:

MKT 3320 - Sports Marketing

MKT 3370 - Marketing Strategy

MKT 3380 - Fundamentals of Marketing Research

MKT 3390 -Marketing Analytics

MKT 3400 - International Marketing

MKT 3410 - Branding Strategies

MKT 3420 - Digital Media Marketing

MKT 3440 - Advertising and Integrated Marketing Communications

New Media

NMD 2280 - Writing for the Web

NMD 2260 - Introduction to New Media

COM 2440 - Online Content Production

COM 2460 - Civic Engagement with New Media

And three (3) additional courses in consultation with advisor.

*Psychology

PSY 1110 - General Psychology

PSY 2040 - Developmental Psychology OR  PSY 2050 - Child Development I: Prenatal Through Middle Childhood

PSY 3260 - Abnormal Psychology

And twelve (12) elective credits that include PSY 2000/3000/4000-level courses in consultation with advisor.

Sociology

In consultation with the department chairperson.

SOC 1010 - Introduction to Sociology

And one (1) course from the following:

SOC 1520 - Sociology of the Family

SOC 1610 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

SOC 1660 - Social Psychology

SOC 2220 - Media, Culture and Society

SOC 2320 - Sociology of Inequality

SOC 2360 - Social Change

SOC 2410 - Business, Labor and Society

SOC 2450 - Cities and Suburbs

SOC 2710 - Sociology of Healthcare

And one (1) course from the following:

SOC 2110 - Social Problems

SOC 2350 - Juvenile Delinquency

SOC 2380 - Criminology

SOC 2530 - Aging in Society

SOC 3310 - Race and Ethnic Relations

SOC 3330 - Alcoholism and Drug Abuse

SOC 3500 - Social Roles of Men and Women

And one (1) course from the following:

SOC 3000 - Basics of Social and Behavioral Research (with recommended but not required SOC 3950 - Introduction to Computing with SPSS)

SOC 3010 - Social Theory I: Foundations

SOC 3020 - Social Theory II: Contemporary

And three (3) elective SOC courses for nine (9) additional credits.

* Online format.