Minimum Grade and Grade Point Average (GPA): Minimum grade of C required for all courses (unless otherwise noted); 2.0 GPA
Experiential Learning (EL): Two EL courses required. EL courses are noted by (e) next to the course title.
General Education Core: General Education notations can be found within the course description. Please click on a course to see if it meets a Gen Ed requirement.
Milestone Courses noted by (m) next to the course title have been identified as being critical to your success in this field of study.
Please see the Additional Information and Guidelines section below for more information.
Additional Information and Guidelines
Recommended Natural Science courses: SCI 10300, SCI 10400, SCI 10500, SCI 11200, SCI 11300, SCI 11400, SCI 12200, SCI 13100, or SCI 15000.
Note 1: Finance Major (Elective Courses) – Choose 2 From FIN 44000, FIN 44100, FIN 44200, FIN 44400, FIN 44700, FIN 44800, FIN 45200, FIN 45300.
Note 2: Business Elective – Any three (3) College of Business courses 30000 level or higher in the following subject codes: ACC, BIA, BUSM, CIS, ENTR, FIN, MKG, or OBHR.
Note 3: Free Elective – Any course 10000 level or higher except for CHM 10000, GNS 29000, MA 11100, and MA 11500. For Finance and BIA majors or minors, you must take MA 15910.
Note 4: BUSM 45000 must be taken in the semester during which a student expects to graduate.
Experiential Learning Requirement (EXL) – Any course that has been officially designated as experiential learning. The approved College of Business EL courses are: ACC 40301, ACC 49500, ACC 49900, BIA/BIZA 49000, BIA/ISM 41700, BIA/ISM 48600, BIA/ISM 48801, BIA/ISM 48901, BIA/ISM 49500, BIA/ISM 49900, BUSM 39100, BUSM 39200, BUSM 45000, BUSM 49500, BUSM 49900, ENTR 40000, ENTR 40100, ENTR 42000, ENTR 49500, ENTR 49900, FIN 49500, FIN 49900, MKG 42000, MKG 42800, MKG 42900, MKG 43300, MKG 48800, MKG 49500, MKG 49900, OBHR 43600, OBHR 44400, OBHR 49500, OBHR 49900. Students should check the course schedule for courses which may have newly received EL designation.
Milestone Courses: Failure to master the subject matter in milestone courses may impact your ability to progress in your degree program. This may entail achieving higher grades than just the minimum noted in this plan of study. Review program requirements with your academic advisor to stay on track for graduation.
Residency Rule: Complete at least 32 credit hours at the 30000 course level or higher at Purdue University Northwest
Credit Hours: 120 credit hours required. For example, students starting a 120 credit hour program in Fall 2018 must complete a minimum of 15 credit hours per semester, 30 credit hours per academic year, to earn a Bachelor’s Degree on time in 4 years and graduate by May 2022.