3 additional hours from ACC 340 FIL 312 344 MKT 350 or MQM 349 350 3 additional

3 additional hours from acc 340 fil 312 344 mkt 350

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3 additional hours from: ACC 340; FIL 312, 344; MKT 350 or MQM 349, 350. 3 additional hours (one course) at the 300-level within the College of Business. MINOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Required courses: MAT 120 or 144 (MAT 104 compe- tence req); ACC 131, 132; ECO 105; FIL 185, 240; MKT 230; MQM 100 (or ECO/GEO/POL/PSY 138); MQM 220. NOTE: The Business Administration minors are required to show proficiency in the usage of electronic spread- sheets (MS Office Excel), presentation software, and Web page construction by coursework (ACC 167 and ACC 168; ACC 166; or equivalent) or by passing the College-administered competency exams in these areas. NOTE : The Business Administration Minor is not avail- able to majors in the College of Business. DEPARTMENTAL HONORS IN MANAGEMENT AND QUANTITATIVE METHODS Requirements for Admission: The student must: 1. Be a fulltime student at Illinois State University; 2. Be a declared major in Management and Quantitative Methods; 3. Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.30 and at least 3.50 in his or her major (on a 4.00 scale); 4. Complete an interview with the Management and Quantitative Methods Departmental Honors Program Coordinator; 5. Apply and be accepted into the University Honors Program and submit an application for Departmental Honors to the Management and Quantitative Methods Program Coordinator. Requirements for Successful Completion of the Program: 1. Completion of all requirements for the major in MQM. 2. Minimum overall GPA of 3.30 at graduation with at least 3.50 GPA in the MQM major. 3. Completion of 12 semester hours of Honors work in the MQM major, including: a. 3 semester hours of MQM 220 (Honors section); b. 6 semester hours of either in-course Honors in any 200- or 300-level MQM course or Honors Under- graduate Research Participation (IDS 285 or 286); 1). In-Course Honors: The student may obtain an In-Course Honors contract in the Honors Office. A proposition to modify normal course requirements such that the proposed changes will permit demon- stration of exceptional achievement shall be recorded on the In-Course Honors contract by the student and the professor. The proposal must be agreed to by the professor and returned to the Hon- ors Office within the first 10 days of class. 2). Undergraduate Research Participation: Stu- dents may earn 1-3 hours of Honors credit by working with a Mangement an d Quantitative Methods professor on a faculty research project. Possible projects are listed in a URP notebook in the Honors Office as well as on the bulletin board just inside the Honors Office front door. Students may also approach a professor about working on a project for URP credit. c. 3 semester hours of Honors Independent Study in MQM (MQM 299). Benefits of Departmental Honors: Students who complete the program will have Depart- mental Honors designation placed on both their transcript and diploma. Students in the MQM Departmental Honors Pro- gram are eligible for Honors early registration and special advisement opportunities in the MQM department.
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  • Fall '15
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