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Additional Major In Business Administration

HOW TO APPLY:

  • Download the additional major form:  Additional Major Form (.pdf) 
  • The additional major application may only be submitted once per semester; the current semester deadline is Friday, March 7, 2014 by 5 p.m. Please drop off completed application at the Undergraduate Business office, Tepper Room 139.
  • Attend either information session about the additional major on either
    -- Tuesday, February 18, 2014 at 4:30 p.m. or
    -- Wednesday, February 19, 2014 at 12:30 p.m.
    in the Undergraduate Lounge, Tepper 132

Students must meet all of the following criteria to apply for the additional major:

  • At least junior year status
  • Overall QPA of at least 3.0
  • Minimum QPA of 3.0 in required courses for additional major
  • Completion of the Mathematics, Statistics, Economics, and Computing requirements  (see below for specific course names and numbers)
  • Completion of at least six of the required 70-XXX courses
  • No more than two required business courses may count toward another degree's requirements

Students considering the additional major should be aware that additional time and flexibility may be required to satisfy all requirements. Many required courses are in high demand and are offered in limited time slots (in some cases, only once per academic year). Completion of all courses required for the additional major cannot be guaranteed -- hence the possible need for additional time and flexibility.

Course Requirements

Mathematics and Statistics

  • 21-120 Calculus (or 21-111 and 21-112)
  • 21-256 Multivariate Analysis and Approximation (or 21-259)
  • 21-257 Models and Methods of Optimization (or 21-292, Operations Research)
  • 70-207 Probability and Statistics (or 36-201 Statistical Reasoning)
  • 70-208 Regression Analysis  (73-226 Quantitative Economic Analysis, or 36-202 Statistical Methods )

Computing

  • 99-101 or 99-102 Computing @Carnegie Mellon
  • 15-110 Principles of Computing (or higher-level programming course)

Economics

  • 73-100 Principles of Economics
  • 73-230 Intermediate Microeconomics
  • 73-240 Intermediate Macroeconomics

Business

  • 70-122 Introduction to Accounting
  • 70-311 Organizational Behavior
  • 70-332 Business, Society, & Ethics
  • 70-340 Business Communications
  • 70-345 Business Presentations
  • 70-371 Operations Management
  • 70-381 Marketing I
  • 70-391 Finance
  • 70-451 Management Information Systems* (IS and CS students select different course; see below)
  • 70-401 Management Game
  • 70-3xx or 70-4xx Electives (Choose two.)

*Students in IS and CS must select a 70-4XX course from the Computing and Information Technology Track.

 TOTAL COURSES: 22

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