Perdue School of Business
Perdue Hall

Degree Programs

The Perdue School of Business offers the following degree programs:

  • Accounting
  • Business Economics
  • Economics (BA)
  • Finance
  • Information Systems
  • International Business
  • Management
  • Marketing

Checklists for Majors and Minors
Department Fact Sheets

Pre-Professional Program

Freshmen and Sophomores Seeking a Major in the PSB must complete a pre-professional program, apply for, and be admitted to the professional (Upper Division) Program:

The pre-professional program consists of 28 hours of preparatory coursework designed to prepare students for their upper-level coursework.

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Professional Program

Juniors and Seniors admitted into the professional program complete the following requirements:

The professional program consists of:

  • Six upper-division core courses which must be taken by all majors
  • a set of specific course requirements unique to the major, concentration track that the student is pursuing.
  • An applied business learning experience, and
  • meet the student professional development requirements.

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The Undergraduate Programs

Minors:

  • Accounting
  • Business Administration
  • Economics
  • Finance
  • Information Systems
  • Marketing Management

The business administration and marketing management minors are not open to business, management information systems or accounting majors.

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Non-Degree Seeking Students

The Perdue School serves non-degree-seeking students by allowing them to enroll directly in both lower- and upper-division courses. Students who do not meet specific course pre-requisites must obtain approval from the associate dean of the Perdue School of Business before enrolling.

The Perdue School welcomes students from other disciplines in lower-division classes and can accommodate a limited number of these students in upper-division (300/400- level) courses as the school's professional-program students are given priority.

Because the Perdue School cannot guarantee that non-majors will be able to enroll in upper-division courses during any specific semester, students from other disciplines should plan ahead if their program requires upper-division Perdue School courses

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