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Enterprise Regulation: Profit and Non-Profit, Bachelor of Science

Administration and Economics

Overview

In this Bachelor of Science program, students majoring in business-related law learn about the legal framework for the successful operation of organizations in our economy and the social, ethical, and economic forces that shape those laws. Through the study of the laws supporting governmental, commercial, and nonprofit enterprises, students gain insight into decision-making in various sectors of the economy. The major courses include ethics, general business law, and sector-specific law courses, such as Legal Aspects of Health Organizations. The program prepares students to analyze complex
problems, think critically, work collaboratively and communicate effectively through course work and related activities like internships. Students develop the skills needed in today’s workplaces, including synthesizing information, identifying factual and legal issues and policy considerations, and analogizing and developing persuasive arguments based on ethics, public policy, and law.

By learning to apply concepts from law, business and the liberal arts to real world issues, students will prepare for myriad careers, including government regulation, personnel, purchasing, financial services, law office administration, judicial and legislative support, not-for-profit organizations, labor relations, collective bargaining, agency, negotiation, dispute resolution, real estate, contract administration and entrepreneurial endeavors.  The program provides a solid basis for advanced degrees in law, public administration and business.


Faculty
The business law faculty includes licensed attorneys with a wide range of practical experience in their respective fields and decades of academic experience. The business/economics faculty includes doctorally educated teachers, scholars, and licensed professionals with global experience in the fields of accounting, economics, finance, management, and marketing.

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Admission

For more information about admission to this and other acclaimed undergraduate programs at St. John’s University, please visit Undergraduate Admission online. Or contact us directly at the campus of your choice:

Admission Office - Queens Campus
718-990-2000
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Courses

Major Area Requirements: 36 Credits

Required Coursework: 18 Credits from the following courses:

BLW1001Law and Business3
BLW1005Topics of Law3
BLW1015Legal Environment of the Workplace3
BLW1020International Business Law3
BLW1025Real Estate Finance3
BLW1030Business Litigation-Small Claims3

Major Area Elective Coursework: 18 Credits from the following courses:

BLW1050Legal Aspects of the Entertainment Industry3
COM2404Law of Public Communication3
CSS1021Cyberlaw and Ethics3
ECO1061Financial Services Regulation3
HLS1002Organizational Security3
HMT1007Hospitality Law and Ethics3
HAS1011Legal Aspects of Health Organizations3
HAS1038Patients' Rights, Responsibilities and Advocacy3
JOU1402Ethics and Law in Journalism3
NET1051Networking Regulation3
SPM1010Legal Aspects of Sport Management3

Economy/Business Area: 15 Credits:

 Required Coursework: 12 Credits from the following courses:

ACC1007Fundamentals of Accounting I3
ACC1008Fundamentals of Accounting II3
ECO1001Principles of Economics I3
ECO1002Principles of Economics II3

Elective Coursework: 3 Credits from either or:

MGT1001Principles of Management I3
MKT1001Principles of Marketing I3

Free Electives: 18 Credits

Other Liberal Arts Requirements: 9 Credits

6 Credits from the following courses:

ENG1006Effective Business Writing3
MTH Any MTH Elective3

And 3 credits from one of the following:

PSC1001American National Government3
PSY1025Organizational Psychology3
SOC1004Organizational Sociology3
SOC1031The Sociology of Work3

Core Requirements: 42 Credits

36 Credits from the following courses:

DNY1000CDiscover New York3
FYW1000CFirst Year Writing3
ENG1100CLiterature in a Global Context3
HIS1000CEmergence of a Global Society3
PHI1000CPhilosophy of the Human Person3
PHI1020 or 2200 seriesPhilosophy3
PHI3000CMetaphysics3
SCI1000CScientific Inquiry3
SPE1000CPublic Speaking for the College Student3
THE1000CPerspectives on Christianity3
THE1040 SeriesTheology3
THE Any THE Elective3

And: Modern Foreign Language/Cultural Studies: 6 Credits from:

6 Credits from any second language or:
ART1000CThe Creative Process3
LAC1000CLanguage and Culture3

Free Electives: 12 Credits

Opportunities

By learning to apply concepts from law, business, and the liberal arts to real-world issues, students prepare for myriad careers including government regulation, personnel, purchasing, financial services, office administration, judicial and legislative support, not-forprofit organizations, labor relations, collective bargaining, agency, negotiation, dispute resolution, real estate, contract administration, and entrepreneurial endeavors. The program provides a solid basis for advanced degrees in law, public administration, and business.