College of Business majors
Note the change in admission requirements beginning with Spring 2010 applicants
Applicable to students interested in majoring in accounting, finance, general business administration-prelaw, general management, human resources management, or marketing and supply chain management. Students interested in majoring in hospitality business should refer to the separate hospitality business requirements.
To be considered for admission into a major in MSU’s Eli Broad College of Business, students with 56 or more transferable credits must have a minimum overall GPA of 3.4 (3.5 for accounting majors), a 3.2 GPA in the prerequisite courses, and no grade below a 2.0 in any individual prerequisite course.
Applicants with more than 56 transferable credits must have equivalent course work to reflect one math, one accounting, one economics, and one additional course from these prerequisite courses:
* Financial Accounting (ACC 201)
* Managerial Accounting (ACC 202)
* Microeconomics (EC 201)
* Macroeconomics (EC 202)
* Computing Concepts (CSE 101)
Admission decisions are based primarily on cumulative University grade-point average and grades in the core courses listed above. Academic and non-academic factors and experiences will also be considered.
This is what I go by. Also, I am pretty sure you have to take all five of those classes before you can apply.
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