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Interdepartmental Courses

 

 

Field Description

Baruch College offers a variety of interdisciplinary experiences associated with the different schools and programs described below.

 

 

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Courses in Business (BUS)

Business Fundamentals: The Contemporary Business Landscape

3 credits

Introduction to Business for Non-Business Majors

1 credit

Digital Marketing Bootcamp1 credit

Business Internship

1 credit

Business Internship

1 credit

Business Internship

1 credit

Business Internship

1 credit

Business Internship1 credit 

Business Internship1 credit 

Independent Study in Business Administration

3 credits

Advanced Independent Study in Business Administration

3 credits

Special Honors Topics in Business

3 credits

Financial Reporting and Analysis

3 credits

Industry and Competitive Analysis: An Interdisciplinary Approach

3 credits

Advanced Organizational Behavior 

3 credits

Perspectives on Global Business and Economic Development

3 credits

Case Studies in Business

3 credits

Business Consulting

3 credits

Improving Individual and Organizational Performance3 credits

Entrepreneurial Ventures

3 credits

Honors Thesis in Business

6 credits

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Courses in Business Policy (BPL)

Business Policy

3 credits

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Zicklin Undergraduate Honors Program (ZUHP)

The Zicklin School of Business offers an honors program that is designed to serve a select group of undergraduate BBA students.  Each semester, a new cohort of students enters the program and takes honors classes together. ZUHP’s curriculum is built around the general minor with honors in Advanced Business Analysis, a group of special interdisciplinary courses designed to work in conjunction with the traditional discipline-based majors. Classes are seminars with a maximum enrollment of 30 students.

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Honors Minor in Advanced Business Analysis

The general minor with honors in Advanced Business Analysis will consist of 15 credits as described in Option 1 or Option 2 below:

Option 1: (15 credits)

Required courses (6 credits)

Case Studies in Business

3 credits

Business Policy

3 credits

 Elective courses: 4000 level (6 credits; choose any 2)

Special Honors Topics in Business

3 credits

Financial Reporting and Analysis

3 credits

Industry and Competitive Analysis: An Interdisciplinary Approach

3 credits

Advanced Organizational Behavior 

3 credits

Perspectives on Global Business and Economic Development

3 credits

Capstone course (3 credits; choose 1)

Business Consulting

3 credits

   or

Entrepreneurial Ventures

3 credits

 

Option 2: (15 credits)

Required course (3 credits)

Business Policy

3 credits

Choose four courses from:

Special Honors Topics in Business

3 credits

Financial Reporting and Analysis

3 credits

Industry and Competitive Analysis: An Interdisciplinary Approach

3 credits

Advanced Organizational Behavior 

3 credits

Perspectives on Global Business and Economic Development

3 credits

Case Studies in Business

3 credits

Capstone course (3 credits)

Honors Thesis in Business

3 credits

and

Honors Thesis in Business

3 credits

 

 

 

 

 

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