Italian Major with Business Coursework
The Business coursework program is available to Italian majors. The business coursework consists of 14-15 courses, and is the functional equivalent of a second major. No more than 25% of the 38 courses required for graduation may be taken from The McDonough School of Business. The requirements for each program may be found in the College Bulletin.
The business-related requirements of this program consist of 14-15 courses:
4-5 core courses
5-8 upper-level core concentration courses
ACCT-001 Principles of Accounting (ACCT-101 is required for the Accounting Concentration)
MATH-006 Statistics with Exploratory Data Analysis or ECON-121 Economic Statistics
MATH-035 Calculus I
Students who wish to pursue this program must take the 5 prerequisite courses before applying to the program. To apply, students should submit a Declaration of Business Coursework Form to the Georgetown College Dean's Office, indicating completion of all pre-requisites and stating the intended field of concentration. At the end of each semester, all requests are submitted to The McDonough School of Business for review. Interested students should complete the prerequisites by the second semester of sophomore year.
Please note that the second language requirement is waived for students in the Language with Business Coursework Program.
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