Renaissance Program Requirements

1. Participants elect a major field of study from any of the Liberal Arts disciplines: Humanities, Social Sciences and Natural Sciences. Majors from the College of Business or from Health and Human Performances are not eligible for this program.

2. Participants complete an internship in a career-related field.

3. Participants take the Renaissance Program Professional Minor composed of professional and pre-professional courses. Students select courses based on personal interest and career goals.

Students must complete 24 credits from Economics, CISC, Business and Interdisciplinary Studies. Other courses may be substituted with the approval of the director of the Renaissance Program.

Renaissance Program Minor (Fall 2019 and Later)

One of:
ECON 251 Principles of Macroeconomics (4 credits)
ECON 252 Principles of Microeconomics (4 credits)

Plus one of:
CISC 130 Introduction to Programming and Problem-Solving in the Sciences (4 credits)
CISC 200 Introduction to Computer Technology and Business Applications (4 credits)
STAT 220 Statistics I (4 credits)

Plus a total of twelve credits in Business, chosen from among the following:
BUSN 100 Business for the Common Good (2 credits)
ENTR 100 Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Innovation (2 credits)
ACCT 100 Principles of Accounting I (4 credits)
ACCT 200 Principles of Accounting II (2 credits)
MKTG 200 Introduction to Marketing (2 credits)
MGMT 200 Working Skillfully in Organizations (2 credits)
BETH 300 Ethical Principles in Business (2 credits)
OPMT 300 Operations and Supply Chain Management (2 credits)
BLAW 300 Law for Business Leaders (2 credits)

Note: With the exception of BLAW 300, all these courses require prerequisites, generally BUSN 100. OPMT 300 requires STAT 220, MATH 101 or above, and sophomore standing. Sophomore standing is also required for MKTG 200 and MGMT 200.

Other courses from the Opus College of Business may be acceptable if the necessary prerequisites have been met, and on the approval of the Director of the Renaissance Program

Plus:
IDSC 330 Renaissance Program Internship (0 credits)
IDSC 333 Renaissance Program Studies (4 credits)

Renaissance Program Minor (Through Summer 2019)

One of:
ECON 251 Principles of Macroeconomics (4 credits)
ECON 252 Principles of Microeconomics (4 credits)

Plus one of:
CISC 130 Introduction to Programming and Problem-Solving in the Sciences (4 credits)
CISC 200 Introduction to Computer Technology and Business Applications (4 credits)
STAT 220 Statistics I (4 credits)

Plus a total of twelve credits in:
ACCT 210 Introduction to Financial Accounting (4 credits)
ACCT 215 Managerial Accounting (4 credits)
BLAW 301 Legal Environment in Business (4 credits)
FINC 300 Finance for Non-Business Majors (4 credits)
MGMT 305 Management and Organizational Behavior (4 credits)
MKTG 300 Principles of Marketing (4 credits)

Plus:
IDSC 330 Renaissance Program Internship (0 credits)
IDSC 333 Renaissance Program Studies (4 credits)