Degree Requirements

Due to the implementation of the new General Education Program, there are currently two programs of study for the Food Marketing major:

For students who entered SJU before the fall of 2010, or transfer students who entered SJU in the fall of 2010 with 15 or more credits:

GEP Common Courses (See Curricula): six courses

GEP University Distribution (See Curricula): fourteen courses, including

Mathematics—one of the following two-course sequences:

MAT 105

Finite Mathematics with Applications in Business

MAT 106

Brief Business Calculus

 

or

MAT 155-156

Fundamentals of Calculus-Applied Calculus II

 

or

MAT 161-162

Calculus I-II

Natural Science:

CHM 100-110

Food Chemistry I-II

Social/Behavioral Science:

ECN 101

Introductory Economics (Micro)

ECN 102

Introductory Economics (Macro)

GEP Electives: any three courses

Business Foundation: ten courses, including

ACC 101

Concepts of Financial Accounting

ACC 102

Managerial Accounting

DSS 200

Introduction to Information Systems

DSS 210

Business Statistics

DSS 220

Quantitative Methods for Business

MGT 360

Legal Environment of Business

FIN 200

Introduction to Finance

MGT 110

Essentials of Organizational Behavior

MKT 201

Principles of Marketing

BUS 495

Business Policy

Major Concentration: seven courses

Major core (5 courses)

FMK 202

Overview of the Global Food Industry

FMK 301

Food Marketing Research

FMK 302

Understanding Food Customers and Consumers

FMK 303

Food Marketing Communication

FMK 401

Food Marketing Strategy

Upper Division (2 courses)

Any two FMK courses not included in the major core above.

For students who entered SJU in the fall of 2010 or later, or transfer students who entered SJU in the fall of 2010 with 14 or fewer credits:

GEP Signature Courses (See Curricula): six courses

GEP Variable Courses (See Curricula): six to nine courses, including

Integrated Learning Component (ILC): three courses

Food Marketing majors must take

CHM 111

Food Chemistry II

PSY 100

Introduction to Psychology or

SOC 101

Introduction to Sociology

Free electives: six courses

Business Foundation: ten courses, including

ACC 101

Concepts of Financial Accounting

ACC 102

Managerial Accounting

DSS 100

Excel Competency (non-credit)

MGT 110 or 120

Essentials of Organizational Behavior or Essentials of Management

DSS 200

Introduction to Information Systems

FIN 200

Introduction to Finance

MKT 201

Principles of Marketing

DSS 210

Business Statistics

DSS 220

Quantitative Methods for Business

MGT 360

Legal Environment of Business

BUS 495

Business Policy

Major Concentration: six courses

Major core (5 courses)

FMK 202

Overview of the Global Food Industry

FMK 301

Food Marketing Research

FMK 302

Understanding Food Customers and Consumers

FMK 303

Food Marketing Communications

FMK 401

Food Marketing Strategy

Upper Division (1 course)

Any FMK course not included in the major core above.

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