Concentrations

The following concentrations are offered under the FLO initiative, providing flexibility to students in the Degree Completion program. Classes may be offered in hybrid, traditional or fully online formats to help you earn your degree in a way that works for you and your busy life! 





Accounting
BUS 101 - Introduction to Business
BLW 240  - Business Law I
ACC 260  - Accounting I
ACC 261 -  Accounting II
ACC 362 -  Financial Accounting I Intermediate
ACC 363  - Financial Accounting II Intermediate 
ECO 251 - Macroeconomics OR ECO 252 - Microeconomics

Business Management
BUS 101 - Introduction to Business
BLW 240 -  Business Law I
ACC 260 -  Accounting I
ECO 251 - Macroeconomics OR ECO 252 - Microeconomics
BUS 201 - Principles of Management
And two of the following:
BUS 303 - Human Resources Management
BUS 304 - Organizational Behavior
BUS 307 - Sustainable Business
BUS 308 - Project Management
BUS 315 - Entrepreneurship
MKT 230 - Principles of Marketing OR BUS 334 - International Business

Communications: Media
COM 256 - Field Production
COM 262 - Social Media
COM 261 -  Media in the 21st Century OR COM 355 - History of Media
COM 356 - Film Art
And three additional 200-level or higher COM courses in consultation with advisor

Communications: Professional Communications
COM 229 - Experiences in Corporate Communications
COM 254 - Public Relations
COM 259 - Introduction to Advertising
COM 313 - Interpersonal Communications
COM 315 - Organizational Communications
And two additional 200-level or higher COM courses in consultation with advisor

Criminal Justice
CRJ 101 - Foundations of Justice
Plus six (6) Criminal Justice courses in consultation with the Department Chairperson

Economics
BUS 101 - Introduction to Business    
ACC 260 - Accounting I
BUS 343 - Quantitative Analysis for Business 
ECO 251 - Macroeconomics 
ECO 252 - Microeconomics
ECO 315 - Money, Banking and Financial Markets
ECO 320 - Global Economics and Finance

Finance
BUS 101 - Introduction to Business
ACC 260 - Accounting I
ACC 261 -  Accounting II
BUS 343 - Quantitative Analysis for Business
FIN 350 -  Corporate Finance
ECO 251 - Macroeconomics OR ECO 252 - Microeconomics
Plus one of the following:
FIN 380 - Investment Management
FIN 381 - Risk Management
FIN 384 - Real Estate and Project Finance
FIN 389 - Fundamental Analysis and Company Valuation
ECO 315 - Money, Banking and Financial Markets

Marketing
BUS 101 - Introduction to Business 
ACC 260 - Accounting I
MKT 230 - Principles of Marketing
ECO 251 - Macroeconomics OR ECO 252 - Microeconomics
And three (3) of the following:
BUS 201 - Principles of Management
BUS 304 - Organizational Behavior OR MKT 335 - Consumer Behavior
MKT 337 - Marketing Strategy
MKT 338 - Fundamentals of Marketing Research
MKT 340 - International Marketing
MKT 342 - Digital Media Marketing

New Media
COM 243 - Introduction to New Media
COM 244 - Online Content Production
COM 246 - Civic Engagement with New Media
COM 309 - The History of Digital Media
And three (3) additional 200-level or higher COM courses in consultation with advisor

Personal Financial Planning
BUS 225 - Understanding the Financial Planning Process and Insurance
BUS 373 - Understanding Investment Planning
BUS 374 - Understanding Income Tax Planning
BUS 375 - Understanding Retirement Planning and Employee Benefits
BUS 376 - Understanding Estate Planning
BUS 496 - Financial Planning Capstone
CIS 105 -  Computer Applications for Business OR BUS 343 - Quantitative Analysis for Business Applications

Psychology
PSY 111 - General Psychology
PSY 204 - Developmental Psychology
PSY 326 - Abnormal Psychology
Plus 12 elective credits that include PSY 200/300/400-level courses.

Sociology
SOC 101 - Introduction to Sociology
Plus one course from the following: 
SOC 152 - Sociology of Family
SOC 161 - Cultural Anthropology
SOC 166 - Social Psychology
SOC 222 - Media, Culture and Society
SOC 232 - Sociology of Inequality
SOC 236 - Social Change
SOC 241 - Business, Labor and Society
SOC 245 - Cities and Suburbs
SOC 271 - Sociology of Healhcare
Plus one course from the following:
SOC 211 - Social Problems
SOC 235 - Juvenile Delinquency
SOC 238 - Criminology
SOC 253 - Aging in Society
SOC 331 - Race and Ethnic Relations
SOC 333 - Alcoholism and Drug Abuse
SOC 350 - Social Roles of Men and Women
Plus one course from the following: 
SOC 300 - Basics of Social and Behavioral Research (with recommended but not required SOC 395 - Introduction to Computing with SPSS)
SOC 301 - Sociology Theory I - Foundations
SOC 302 - Social Theory II - Contemporary
Plus three elective SOC courses for nine (9) additional credits