Management Major

Each course in the management major curriculum blends theory and practice, giving students the leadership skills to immediately succeed in an evolving business world.



The McLaren School of Management continually updates its curriculum to satisfy the latest AACSB requirements and to assure that its students receive the full experience of studying at an excellent liberal arts and sciences university. Recognizing our students as individuals with unique interests and talents, the faculty have designed the business curriculum to support the focus and breadth each individual student requires. Course requirements are divided into the following areas:

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  2. General Electives
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  4. Major Courses

Management Major Courses

Students take 20 units of upper division, non-core business coursework. Of the 20 units, 4 must be internationally-focused.*


Select 8 UNITS from the following

Frequency of course offerings varies. Please check course schedule each semester.


SELECT 8 UNITS FROM THE FOLLOWING upper division electives

Approved courses with descriptions and necessary prerequisites for this major

  • BUS 311 through BUS 379
  • BUS 397 through BUS 479

Senior culminating course

Internationally focused courses*

Contact Info

Undergraduate Studies and Programming

Monday–Friday 9 a.m.– 5 p.m.

University of San Francisco
Main Campus
Malloy Hall, Suite 113
2130 Fulton Street
San Francisco, CA 94117
(415) 422-2369