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The Honors Core Curriculum

In the first semester of freshman year, all honors students take Portico, an introductory course in business, in addition to their liberal arts courses. Liberal arts courses continue in the second semester, when students also take an accelerated course in basic statistics. The honors-level coursework required of all Honors Program members is as follows:

Freshman Year

Perspectives I (satisfies philosophy and theology requirements)
Computers in Management - Honors
Economic Statistics - Honors
Math for Management
Calculus (MT100 or higher)
Portico

Sophomore Year

Principles of Economics I - Microeconomics
Principles of Economics II - Macroeconomics
Financial Accounting - Honors
Managerial Accounting - Honors
Introduction to Business Law - Honors
Basic Finance - Honors
Business and Professional Speaking - Honors

Junior Year

Basic Marketing - Honors
Management and Operations - Honors
Applied Statistics - Honors
Organizational Behavior - Honors

Senior Year

Strategy and Policy - Honors
Thesis Research Seminar
Senior Honors Thesis