Undergraduate Program in Newark Bachelor of Science Curriculum

Students interested in earning a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree from the Rutgers Business School Undergraduate Program in Newark must complete a minimum of 124 credits. The curriculum consists of 4 areas:

 

Newark College of Arts and Sciences Core Curriculum
(School 21)

Students in the Rutgers Business School Undergraduate Program in Newark are required to complete the Newark College of Arts and Sciences Core Curriculum and Second Concentration Requirements. The requirements are:

Core Curriculum (38 Credits)

  • Basic Writing Skills (6 Credits)
  • Quantitative Skille (3 credits)
  • Natural Sciences (8 Credits)
  • Social Sciences (6 credits)
  • History and Literature  (9 credits)
  • Arts and Media (3 credits)
  • Other Liberal Arts (3 credits)

 

Second Concentration (18 Credits)

Please click here for more information on the Core Curriculum and Second Concentration.

 

Pre-Eligibility Courses

Students in the Rutgers Business School Undergraduate Program in Newark are required to complete the Pre-Eligibility Courses. The requirements are:

  • 29:010:203 Financial Accounting
  • 29:010:204 Managerial Accounting
  • 21:220:101 Micro-Economics
  • 21:220:102 Macro-Economics
  • 29:623:220 MIS
  • 21:220:231 Statistical Methods
    or 21:640:211 Statistics
  • 21:640:119 Basic Calculus
    or 21:640:135 Calculus I
  • 21:355:101 English Composition I
  • 21:355:102 English Composition II 

 

Business Core Courses

Students in the Rutgers Business School Undergraduate Program in Newark are required to complete the Business Core Courses. The requirements are:

  • 29:011:300 Business Forum
  • 29:522:334 Business Ethics (for Non Acct. Majors only)
    or 29:010:319 Business Law I (for Acct. Majors only)
  • 29:390:329 Finance
  • 29:620:301 Intro to Management
  • 29:620:302 Management Skills
  • 29:620:368 International Business
  • 29:620:418 Business Policy and Strategy
  • 29:623:311 Product Operations Management
  • 29:623:340 Business Research Methods
  • 29:630:301 Marketing
  • 29:799:301 Intro to Supply Chain

 

Major Courses