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2021-2022 Springfield College Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Springfield College Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Business Management


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Program Information


The Business Management major prepares the student for a leadership position in a business organization. Coursework is designed to give students the skills and knowledge necessary to strategically manage an organization. Required courses in the functional areas of business provide students with a solid foundation of business concepts. In addition to core business courses in the areas of management, marketing, finance, and accounting, students have the ability to select electives to reflect specific career interests.  The versatility of business management major with respect to career opportunities makes it one of the most popular majors in the country.

For more information on the Business Management major and the Business department, click here.

To view a major program sequence to assist with course planning, click here.

Degree Information


Degree: Bachelor of Science (B.S.) with a major in Business Management

(120 credit hours) Requirements are subject to change.

Contact Information


For more information about the Business Management major, contact Dr. Mark Suazo, at (413) 748-3200, chairperson of the Business Management Department or the Admissions Office at (800) 343-1257.

Curricular Requirements


I. Core Curriculum (40 credits)


This Core Curriculum is faithful to the Springfield College mission and further strengthens the Humanics philosophy of educating students in spirit, mind, and body. It is a cornerstone of a Springfield College education. Regardless of one’s major, it provides a strong, developmental, and holistic foundation for leaders in service to humanity. Upon completion, all graduates will be prepared to learn, lead, and serve in diverse, multicultural, and global contexts as well as in any career path they may choose. They will have the knowledge, habits of the mind, skills, and abilities to face unexpected situations and challenges, the values and attitudes for self-motivation and a vision of service that stems from hope, optimism and making a difference, as well as the self-determination to maintain a healthy and active lifestyle.

View the Core Curriculum Requirements (40 credits)  section for a complete list of the domains and courses therein.

Additional Requirements (9 credits)


Select an additional three courses from the following:

  • Credits: 1-6
  • or

    any BUSM 300 or 400 level course.

    (Note: A maximum of 3 credits of an internship may be used toward the required additional selective credits.)

III. Electives


To complete a minimum of 120 credits

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