Concentrations | Undergraduate

Concentrations are a specific area of focus within the major program. Coursework is at least partially fulfilled through required major electives and included in the original 120 credit hour degree requirements. View full degree requirements and schemes under each program's page on the left-side menu.

These concentrations do not appear on the official transcript.



Required Courses



Supply Chain Management

Information Systems

INFO 210; INFO 330; INFO 370; and INFO elective

Learn computer fundamentals, databases, data analytics and problem-solving skills to create technical business solutions.

Computer Information Systems


ACCT 310; ACCT 311; ACCT 340; ACCT 350

Understand the accounting process, examine the U.S. income tax system and learn to process accounting data.

Cyber Security

INFO 391; INFO 393; INFO 395; and INFO 384 or INFO 397

Learn the skills to detect cyber/information threats and secure cyberspace.

Supply Chain Management

SCHM 211; SCHM 340; INFO 384; INFO 396

Identify issues in process flows necessary to bring goods to market.


Actuarial Science

INSU 350; INSU 351; INSU 352; INSU 354; MATH 190; MATH 193

Prepare to pass actuarial exams and work for consulting firms, insurance companies, and the government.

Risk Management and Insurance

INSU 350; INSU 351; INSU 352; INSU 354

Training to gain career opportunities in the insurance and financial services industry.



MGMT 350; MGMT 353; MGMT 355; MGMT 356

Identify business opportunities, develop business plans and new ventures, and shadow entrepreneurs on projects.