Non-BSP Electives

 

At least one elective must have a "BSP" course prefix, while the second elective may be a BSP course or may be chosen from the list of electives below with the approval of your Business Scholar Advisor.

 

Hanover Campus

 

Anthropology

  • Anth 222 World Ethnographies
  • Anth 259 Immigration & Transnationalism
  • Anth 336 Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective

History

  • His 260 History of Law

Art

  • Art 211 Basic Design
  • Art 260 Graphic Design

Philosophy

  • Phi 212 Ethics and Commerce
  • Phi 234 Rational Choices

Communication

  • Com 211 Public Communication
  • Com 246 Writing for Broadcast Media
  • Com 319 Organizational Communication
  • Com 320 Persuasive Communication
  • Com 323 Gender and Communication
  • Com 327 Interpersonal Communication
  • Com 328 Cross-Cultural Communication
  • Com 341 Mass Media & Society
  • Com 343 Video Production

 

Political Science

  • PlS 213 Introduction to Public Policy
  • PlS 231 World Politics
  • PlS 320 American Political Thought, 1950-Present
  • PlS 321 National Resources Policy
  • PlS 335 International Political Economy

Psychology

  • Psy 243 Behavior Disorders
  • Psy 344 Social Psychology

Computer Science

  • CS 220 Fundamentals of Computer Science

Economics

  • Eco 223 Economics of Poverty and Discrimination
  • Eco 321 Money and Financial Markets
  • Eco 331 Labor Economics
  • Eco 333 International Trade & Finance
  • Eco 335 Managerial Economics

Sociology

  • Soc 219 Social Problems
  • Soc 222 World Ethnographies
  • Soc 228 Sociology of Gender
  • Soc 259 Immigration and Transnationalism
  • Soc 318 Race and Ethnic Relations
  • Soc 338 Social Class and Inequality

French

  • Fre 240 Contemporary French Business and Culture

Spanish

  • Spa 230 Spanish Culture and Civilization
  • Spa 231 Spanish American Culture and Civilization

German

  • Ger 231 Business German
  • Ger 247 History of Germany from 1945 to the Present

 

 

Off-Campus

The Philadelphia Center Electives - IDS

  • (City Seminar) Organizational Cultures
  • (City Seminar) Power and Authority
  • Abnormal Psychology
  • Marketing Management
  • Principles of Finance
  • Senior Seminar: Values and Vocation
  • Urban Economics

The Washington Center

  • How Washington Really Works
  • Press, Politics & Power – Communicating in the Capital City
  • The Mass Media & National Politics: How the Washington Press Corps Works
  • Essentials for Aspiring Leaders: A Washington Perspective
  • American Foreign Policy Post 9-11: The Role of Race, Religion & Geo-Politics

The Chicago Program

  • Core Course - "Chicago: A City of Many Dimensions"
  • Seminar - "Entrepreneurship & Innovation in Chicago"
  • Independent Study Project

Belgium - Leuven

  • European Competition Law
  • Economics of Information Systems
  • International Marketing
  • Political Business Strategy
  • Business Ethics
  • The Economics of Innovation and Intellectual Property

Australia -Wollongong

  • Industry & Trade in East Asia