The NJCU School of Business and the Honors Program provide endless opportunities for exceptional students. The School of Business Honors Track is designed for the most talented, motivated, and intellectually curious students in the fields of Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management, and Marketing.
Each entering first-year student in the Honors Program at the School of Business will receive the following benefits and opportunities:
Honors students enjoy the challenges and rewards of working closely with faculty in small, interactive courses. Beyond the classroom, students can engage in a variety of activities that prepare them to become innovative leaders in their chosen profession and global citizens.
At the School of Business, honors students will complete the course requirements for their respective majors and minors. These courses include the Business Core and the Business General Education curricula, which are listed below. Additionally, honors students at the School of Business will take a capstone course. Honors students maximize their learning experience by taking courses in the Business Core and the Business General Education curricula in sections created specifically for students in the Honors Program.
Business Core (33 credits)
ACCT 251: Financial Accounting
ACCT 252: Management Accounting
MGMT 235: Legal Environment of Business
FINC 371: Managerial Finance
ECON 203: Business Statistics
MGMT 211: Principles of Management
MGMT 225: Business Enterprise Applications
MGMT 231: Principles of Marketing
MGMT 241: Global Business
MGMT 251: Operations and Project Management Fundamentals
MGMT 411: Business Policy
Business General Education (13 credits)
ECON 207: Principles of Economics: Macro
ECON 208: Principles of Economics: Micro
MATH 164: Pre-Calculus for Business Students*
MATH 200: Calculus for Business*
Capstone (3 credits)
BUSI 555: Honors Seminar
* Sections for MATH courses are not exclusive to honors students.