Judaic Studies: Consistent with the mission and policies of Hebrew Theological College, all degree-seeking students pursuing an additional major in Business or Accounting must complete the requirements for a primary major in an area of Judaic Studies. Any students not progressing satisfactorily (see Academic Progress Policy, page 82) in the Judaic Studies major will not be permitted to continue in the additional major program.
General Education: Students must complete HTC’s General Education Requirements as listed in the catalog. Additional requirements:
1. ENGL 211 Advanced Composition: Writing Across the Disciplines. or ENGL 213 Rhetoric: Clarity and Persuasion, either of which satisfies the LAS Core requirements.
2. BUSN/MATH 272 preceded by MATH 105 or ACCT 250 / MATH 250 Mathematics and Computation for Business Majors, which satisfies the LAS mathematics requirement. A student who lacks the appropriate background must take the needed prerequisites before enrolling in these courses.
3. PHIL 302 Fundamentals of Jewish Business Ethics (2 semester hours) or PHIL 322 Case Studies in Jewish Business Ethics (3 semester hours). Either course may be used to partially satisfy the AHS Philosophy requirement.
4. BUSN 215 Macroeconomics or BUSN 217 Microeconomics may be used to satisfy the LAS requirement in Behavioral and Social Sciences.
Business Coursework: The Business coursework for the additional major in Business consists of 36 semester hours as outlined below.
- ACCT 201 Principles of Financial Accounting
- ACCT 202 Principles of Managerial Accounting
- BUSN 215 Macroeconomics
- BUSN 217 Microeconomics
- BUSN 250 Business Law
- BUSN 272 Statistical Analysis
- BUSN 301 Management of Personnel and Organizations
- BUSN 306 Advanced Application Skills BUSN 311 Principles of Marketing
- BUSN 311 Principles of Marketing
- BUSN 341 Business Finance
- BUSN 361 E-Commerce
- BUSN 385 Business Policy and Strategic Management
Residency Requirement: The following 14-15 semester hours must be completed in residence:
BUSN 385 Business Policy and Strategic Management (3 semester hours)
3 additional Business courses at the 200 level or above (9 semester hours)
PHIL 302 Fundamentals of Jewish Business Ethics (2 semester hours)
PHIL 322 Case Studies in Jewish Business Ethics (3 semester hours)