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LAMP Certificate Requirements

To earn the Certificate in Liberal Arts and Management, students admitted to the program must satisfy all general requirements for a degree from the College of Arts and Sciences, maintain a cumulative College of Arts and Sciences grade point average of 3.300 or higher, and earn a grade of C- or higher in each of the courses outlined below:

  1. Four courses in the College (to be completed by the end of a student’s sophomore year of study) that are basic to the study of management and other business topics (11-12 credit hours):
    • Introduction to Microeconomics, ECON E201 or S201
    • Introduction to Macroeconomics, ECON E202 or S202
    • Finite Math, MATH M118, S118 or A118; or Brief Survey of Calculus, MATH M119; or Calculus I, Math M211; or Accelerated Calculus, MATH M213
    • LAMP X298, Career Development for LAMP students
  2. Five or six (depending on accounting option) courses in the Kelley School of Business or approved substitutions in the College that help develop technical business skills (16 credit hours):
    • Foundations of Accounting, BUS A200* OR Basic Accounting Skills, BUS-A110* AND Introduction to Accounting, BUS A201*
    • The Computer in Business, BUS K201 or BUS K204 or CSCI A110*
    • Legal Environment of Business, BUS L201 or BUS L293*
    • Managing Business Functions, BUS X333
    • Managing and Behavior in Organizations, BUS Z302 or BUS Z304
    *To be completed by the end of the sophomore year or prior to enrollment in LAMP-L316
     
  3. Three LAMP seminars in the College that draw together students’ coursework in business, economics, and liberal arts (9 credit hours):
    • LAMP Sophomore Seminar: Business and Humanities, LAMP L216
    • LAMP Junior Seminar: Analytical Problem Solving, LAMP L316
    • LAMP Senior Seminar: Liberal Arts and Management, LAMP L416