The programs of undergraduate studies provide opportunities for breadth of education as well as for a reasonable amount of specialization. As a member of AACSB International–The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, Indiana University South Bend Judd Leighton School of Business and Economics subscribes to the principle that a significant portion of a student's academic program should center in general education subjects.
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If you plan to graduate within four years, please see the Sample Programs of Study at the link below. While most of our students do not graduate in four years, these sample programs can help you plan the best sequence when you select your classes each semester.
The program then complements the general education aspects of the program with study in the basic areas of business administration. The application of this principle ensures the planning of balanced study programs and at the same time enables a student with an interest in one or another professional area of business to specialize in that field.
In addition, all undergraduate study programs include courses that ensure the development of a basic understanding of the principles and practices involved in the management of business firms in the dynamic, social, and political environment of the world today.
When developing curriculum we also consider basic trends of development that are likely to shape the patterns of the world in the years ahead. Beyond these basic requirements, we give students an opportunity to pursue studies in a general program or to select a major from a wide variety of subject areas.
Upon admission to senior standing, the student enjoys a number of privileges and opportunities. The range of elective courses is wider than at any other stage of the program. Special opportunities are provided for discussion and counseling with senior members of the faculty. Courses on this level assure widespread participation by students in the discussion and solution of cases, projects, and special problems drawn from the contemporary business scene. In addition, seniors typically hold responsible offices in professional student organizations, affording them unusual extracurricular opportunities for development.
For advising please contact one of our professional advisors.
Director of Administrative and Student Services
(Academic Advisor for Juniors and Seniors)
Phone: (574) 520-4323
(Academic Advisor for Freshmen and Sophomores)
Phone: (574) 520-4211
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MINOR in ECONOMICS
MINOR in FINANCE for BUSINESS MAJORS
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MINOR in INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS for BUSINESS MAJORS
MINOR in MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS for BUSINESS MAJORS
MINOR in MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS for NON-BUSINESS MAJORS
MINOR in MARKETING for BUSINESS MAJORS
MINOR in MARKETING for NON-BUSINESS MAJORS