Degree Requirements

All students are required to complete overall degree requirements in addition to their major.  Please see Degree Completion Requirements for full details for students entering in the 2022-2023 catalog year. 

Those students who started at Hiram prior to the 2022-2023 academic year will follow the Degree Requirements outlined in your catalog of record.

Major Requirements

Students may only double major in two disciplines from the Scarborough School of Business & Communication with permission from the program faculty. Students must develop a proposal to outline how they will achieve breadth of knowledge in the two disciplines chosen. 

Students can major and minor in any two disciplines from the Scarborough School of Business and Communication with permission from the program faculty (typically, only one course can count for both the major and the minor)

Required Core Courses (46 credits)

MGMT 11800ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR:CA 14
MGMT 15500PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT 14
MKTG 15500PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING:CA4
ACCT 10100ACCOUNTING & BUSINESS BASICS 11
ACCT 22600MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING3
ECON 20100PRIN OF MICROECONOMICS:MM 14
ECON 20200PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS4
MGMT 22200ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION4
MGMT 32100BUSINESS LAW I4
MGMT 35400RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT1
SCMT 30100FORECAST & LOGISTICS3
SCMT 31000SOURCING AND OPERATIONS3
SCMT 48000SUPPLY CHAIN CAPSTONE3
MGMT 48000MANAGEMENT CAPSTONE4
1

A grade of C- or better is required to count toward the major. 

 Correlative Course (4 credits)

Choose one of the following MATH courses: 2
MATH 10800STATISTICS:MM4
MATH 19700PRECALCULUS4
MATH 19800CALCULUS I:MM4
2

If a student tests into MATH 19900 CALCULUS II:MM, the mathematics requirement is waived.

Pathway

Plan of Study Grid
First Year
Fall 12 WeekHours
UCS 10101 FIRST-YEAR ENDURING QUESTIONS 4
MGMT 11800 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR:CA 1 4
Choose one of the following MATH courses: 2 4
STATISTICS:MM
PRECALCULUS
CALCULUS I:MM
 Hours12
Fall 3 Week
Hiram Core Requirement or Minor Course 3
 Hours3
Spring 12 Week
UCS 20201 ADDRESSING URGENT QUESTIONS 4
MGMT 15500 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT 1 4
MKTG 15500 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING:CA 4
 Hours12
Spring 3 Week
Hiram Core Requirement or Minor Course 3-4
 Hours3-4
Second Year
Fall 12 Week
ECON 20100 PRIN OF MICROECONOMICS:MM 1 4
ACCT 10100 ACCOUNTING & BUSINESS BASICS 1 1
Hiram Core Requirement or Minor Course 3-4
Hiram Core Requirement or Minor Course 4
 Hours12-13
Fall 3 Week
ACCT 22600 MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING 3
 Hours3
Spring 12 Week
ECON 20200 PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS 1 4
MGMT 22200 ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION 4
Hiram Core Requirement or Minor Course 4
 Hours12
Spring 3 Week
Hiram Core Requirement or Minor Course 3-4
 Hours3-4
Third Year
Fall 12 Week
SCMT 30100 FORECAST & LOGISTICS 3
Hiram Core Requirement or Minor Course 4
Hiram Core Requirement or Minor Course 3-4
 Hours10-11
Fall 3 Week
Hiram Core Requirement or Minor Course 3-4
 Hours3-4
Spring 12 Week
UCS 30301 URGENT CHALLENGE SEMINAR:TT 4
MGMT 32100 BUSINESS LAW I 4
SCMT 31000 SOURCING AND OPERATIONS 3
 Hours11
Spring 3 Week
Hiram Core Requirement or Minor Course 3-4
 Hours3-4
Fourth Year
Fall 12 Week
SCMT 48000 SUPPLY CHAIN CAPSTONE 3
MGMT 35400 RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT 1
Hiram Core Requirement or Minor Course 3-4
Hiram Core Requirement or Minor Course 4
 Hours11-12
Fall 3 Week
Hiram Core Requirement or Minor Course 3-4
 Hours3-4
Spring 12 Week
MGMT 48000 MANAGEMENT CAPSTONE 4
Hiram Core Requirement or Minor Course 4
Hiram Core Requirement or Minor Course 4
 Hours12
Spring 3 Week
Hiram Core Requirement or Minor Course 3-4
 Hours3-4
 Total Hours116-125
1

A grade of C- or better is required to count toward the major. 

2

If a student tests into MATH 19900 CALCULUS II:MM, the mathematics requirement is waived.

Important notes for majors:

  1. Supply chain management majors must complete a Leadership Essay and submit it to your advisor in the management program prior to your graduation. See your supply chain management advisor for specific details. 
  2. This is a recommended major pathway; individual pathways may vary. Advisor consultation is a vital part of timely graduation.