Bachelor of Science
The BSOM degree requires completion of 120 credit hours of which 39 credits must be in specified general education areas, 39 credits are from the BSOM core courses, 3 credits from an upper level business elective, and 39 credits are free electives.
Prerequisites for admission to the BSOM program require completion of at least 48 college credit hours (or approved prior learning credits).
General Education Courses (39 credits)
Prior to starting the BSOM core of business courses, 15 credits must be completed in the following areas. These may be among the program prerequisites described above.
|College Math||3 credits|
|Computer Operations||3 credits|
(all must be in English composition)
The BSOM program general education requirements also include acceptable electives in the following areas:
|Critical Thinking||3 credits|
|Natural Science||3 credits|
|Social Science||6 credits|
Organizational Management Program Core (39 credits)
The College of Business programs require a minimum grade of "C" for those program core courses indicated with an “*” below. Students receiving a grade lower than "C" in any indicated program core course must retake that course.
BBM 320 Business Communications*
BBM 370 Global Business
BBM 400 Current Topics in Business Leadership
BBM 407 Organizational Project*
BBM 411 Operations Management*
BBM 412 Project Management
FIN 300 Applied Concepts in Accounting and Finance
BLA 303 Legal and Ethical Environment of Business*
BMK 305 Marketing
FIN 304 Applications of Corporate Finance
HRM 310 Organizational Development
HRM 311 Human Resource Management*
MIS 320 Management Information Systems
Business Elective (3 credits)
(Upper level 300-400)
Free Electives (39 credits)
Free electives may include transfer credits, courses from the Wilmington University catalog or approved prior learning assessment credits. The remaining credits may be completed at any time prior to, during, or after completion of the core program requirements.
This information applies to students who enter this degree program during the 2014-2015 Academic Year. If you entered this degree program before the Fall 2014 semester, please refer to the academic catalog for the year you began your degree program.