Business Management and Economics Department


The Department of Business Management’s mission is to provide an environment of collaborative learning among students, faculty, staff and the greater community for the purpose of creating personal and professional success for all stakeholders.


  • Providing quality instruction
  • Maintaining continuous improvements in programs and curricula
  • Providing timely career-based skills and knowledge for students so that they will be viewed as desirable prospects for career growth opportunities by their current and/or future employers
  • Supporting continuing education outreach programs (credit and non-credit) for the business community within the College’s service area
  • Providing students from around the world with a global awareness of domestic and international business

Student Learning Outcomes

Students will:

  • Know the core areas of business: accounting, management, marketing, economics, and finance in a global context
  • Analyze ethical issues that impact business decisions from economic, political, legal, and social perspectives
  • Utilize technology skills to maximize managerial decision-making from the perspective of the organization
  • Apply statistical analysis and other quantitative project management techniques to evaluate data, test assumptions, and apply conclusions to managerial decision-making
  • Develop a Business Strategic Plan that integrates and applies all the core areas of business: accounting, management, marketing, economics, and finance in a global context

The Regis College Business Management and Economics Department seeks to prepare undergraduate and graduate students to become innovative and ethical leaders in a globalized world, broadly educated with inquiring minds. Students gain an essential knowledge of the functions of business combined with a unique understanding of the business world and their place in it.

We seek to create and sustain a supportive and enabling environment that deeply values human capital and encourages all students to prosper and grow educationally and personally. Integrity and ethics are both valued and stressed.

Our rigorous, balanced and comprehensive approach to business education transforms our students into confident, effective, respected business leaders prepared to face the challenges of the business world. Clear, thorough, and effective classroom teaching is essential, as is constant improvements in pedagogy. Emphasis is place on the well-rounded business education, with quantitative skills in accounting, finance and statistics, managerial skills in human resource, marketing, entrepreneurship and international business, culminating with senior-year seminars in business theory and strategy.

The Experiential Learning Experience is the strength of the program. The teamwork inherent in this program enables us to leverage multiple minds applied to issues, expands and deepens individual learning, creates an enriching work environment, and represents a unique competency. Combined with our well-established Internship component, students have the opportunity to add depth to their academic experience, gain exposure to professional opportunities, and develop the skills needed to succeed in today's global business environment. Additionally, our current efforts are a partnership of students, faculty, staff, the business community, and the broader academic community. We seek and value the support and counsel of our alumni and the wider business community.

The Management program’s ultimate goal is to develop leaders and managers who bring an ethical perspective to business decision making. In the true spirit of the Sisters of Saint Joseph, we strive to provide a complete education, technically sound in the fundamentals of business, but with a clear perspective of oneself and of the professional and ethical responsibility to one’s profession, community and society.

Curriculum for Business Management (major, minor and concentrations) and Economics (minor)

Degree Completion Plan (starting with Class of 2017)

First Year

Fall Spring
RC101 * - First Year Seminar  Post RC101 *
EN105 * - Writing Seminar  EN106 * - Critical Reading, Thinking, Writing (Pre-req: EN105)
EC201 ^ - Principles of Management EC202 ^ - Principles of Macroeconomics
MT203 *# - Principles of Leadership/Management MT204 *# - Organizational Behavior
Elective (or QR100 and/or QR101 if needed) MA210 - Statistics * (or QR101 if needed)

Second Year

Fall Spring
MT209 # - Financial Accounting (Pre-req: QR101 if needed) MT210 - Managerial Accounting (Pre-req: MT209)
MT230 - Quantitative Methods/Management (Pre-req: MA210) Business Management Elective
Minor Required or Elective Minor Required or Elective
MT235 - Software Applications for Business Core Elective or ID304 * - Exploring Ethics
Core Elective or ID304 * - Exploring Ethics Core Elective *

Third Year

Fall Spring
MT340 - Financial Management (Pre-req: MT210) Management Elective
Minor Required or Elective Minor Required or Elective
MT350 - Business Ethics (Pre-req: ID304; Junior or Senior standing) Core Elective *
Core Elective * Core Elective *
General Elective, MT Concentration, or ID413 General Elective, MT Concentration or ID413

Fourth Year

Fall Spring
MT 401 - Senior Seminar (Pre-req: Senior standing) MT 402  - Senior Seminar (Pre-req: Senior standing)
Minor Required or Elective ID 413 - Internship Seminar (Pre-req: Junior/Senior standing)
Core Elective * Minor Required or Elective
General Elective, MT Concentration, or ID413 Core Elective (if needed, or Gen, MT elect, or MT concentration) *
General Elective or MT Concentration General Elective or MT Concentration

* The courses identified by asterisk (*) represent college-wide Core Requirements (MT203 and MT204 satisfy the Social Sciences core).
^ Required for the Economics Minor
# Required for the Business Management Minor

MT Major all courses listed above are required for the Business Management Major (plus six Business Management and/or Economics elective credits, plus a Minor in another discipline)
MT Minor the courses marked with a # above are required for the Business Management Minor (plus nine Business Management and/or Economics elective credits)
EC Minor the courses marked with a ^ above are required for the Economics Minor (plus 12 Economics elective credits)


Business Management (major/minor) Electives Economics (minor) Electives
MT210 (pre-req: MT209) EC205
MT220 EC304 (pre-req: EC201 or EC202)
MT230 (pre-req: MA210) EC305 (pre-req: MT209, EC202)
MT235 EC317 (pre-req: EC201, EC202)
MT250 EC323 (pre-req: MT230, EC201)
MT251 EC326 (pre-req: EC201 or permission)
MT270 (pre-req: MT209, MT235) EC328 (pre-req: EC201, EC202)
MT340 (pre-req: MT209, MT210)  
MT347 (pre-req: MT322)  
MT350 (pre-req: ID304, Junior/Senior standing)  
MT352 (pre-req: MT251)  
MT361 (pre-req: MT209, MT210)  
MT365 (pre-req: MT209, MT210)  
MT370 (pre-req: MT235,MT251)    
MT372 (pre-req: MT235, MT251)  
MT373 (pre-req: MT235, MT340, MA222)  

All courses are 3 credits.
The Economics electives identified above may be used as Business Management (major or minor) Electives or Economics (minor) Electives, but may not be used for both simultaneously.

Business Management Concentrations

Accounting An 18 credit sequence of MT 209, MT 210, MT 235, MT 250, MT 361 & MT 365
Global Economy & Management An 18 credit sequence of EC 203, EC 328, PO 333, MT 220, MT 347, & MT 373.
Management Information Systems An 18 credit sequence of MT 235, ID 327, MT 251, MT 352, MT 370, & MT 372.
Business Management Courses Business & Social Sciences Pathway

Business Management Department

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Dean's Office

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