Management & administration major
We are transitioning to new requirements. In the interim students can choose either set.
New Required Courses also here
To satisfy the requirements for a major in management, a student must complete:
the introductory sequence (usually Econ 100 & 103)
Principles of Management
Developing Managerial Skills
Statistics (Econ 290)
plus six (6) management elective courses (at least 1 from each column; see below)
Sixty percent of the credits (22) must be completed here at CCNY.
To graduate, a student must also satisfy the College's "core" liberal arts requirements.
Students may choose to major in management and minor in economics (take 5 additional courses from the economics sequence).
Students can take Calculus in either Math 205 or 201. Most often, students will take 205. Taking Math 201 is recommended for students intending to go on to 202, 203, etc.
The elective courses are grouped into three categories: The Manager's Environment, Strategy & Leadership, and Business Functions.
The Manager's Environment includes courses such as Business & Society, Business Law and Industrial Organization, emphasizing the external constraints upon a manager.
Strategy & Leadership courses are self-explanatory: Strategic Management, Leadership, Entrepreneurship and Information Systems Management.
Business Functions covers Accounting, Corporate Finance, Marketing, Operations & Production, and similar courses.
Students must take six courses from these groups, including at least one course from each group.
If you have more questions please speak with any of the faculty in the department.
Former Required Courses
One of the following alternatives: 3-6
10000: Principles of Microeconomics (3 cr.)
10300: Principles of Macroeconomics (3 cr.)
10101: Introduction to Economics (4 cr.)
10400: Introduction to Quantitative Economics (3 cr.)
27100: Economics of Corporate Finance 3
29000: Principles of Statistics 4
29400: Computer-Aided Economic Analysis 4
33000: Economics of Marketing 3
34000: Organization and Management3
35000: Managerial Economics 3
35200: Administrative Economics: Operations and Production 3
35300: Administrative and Managerial Policy 3
35800: Government Regulation and Executive Decision-Making* 3
36000: Principles of Accounting I 3
One of the following: 3-4
20100: Calculus I (3 cr.)
20500: Elements of Calculus (4 cr.)
Total Credits 38-42
Additional Recommended Courses:
27200: Economics of Investment
36100: Principles of Accounting II
35700: Entrepreneurial Economics
38100: Law of Business Organization
35100: Administrative Economics: Personnel
38000: Law of Business Contracts
*38000 may be substituted for 35800.
*35100 may be substituted for 35800