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Undergraduate Core Courses

The undergraduate business program includes Wayne State's general education requirements, business foundation, core, major, and elective courses.

The business school also has specific general education requirements for undergraduate students.

All students admitted effective Fall 2009 and forward are required to have a minimum 2.50 grade point average to enroll in 3000 level or higher business school core and major courses.

All undergraduate business students are required to take the following core courses, regardless of their major.

Each course is three credit hours unless noted otherwise. Students are responsible for observing all prerequisites and limitations.  Course details are available by clicking each course link.


FIN 3290  Business Finance

Global Supply Chain Management

GSC 3600  Operations and Supply Chain Management

Information Systems Management

ISM 3630  Business Information Systems


MGT 2530  Management of Organizational Behavior
MGT 6890  Strategic Management & Business Policy

Note: MGT 6890 is to be taken as one of the last five courses toward a bachelor’s degree and after completion of all other core courses.


MKT 2300  Marketing Management


BA 3400  Quantitative Methods II: Statistical Methods