The following policy is set by the Dean of the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College:

The demand for many business courses frequently exceed the supply for these courses at the Zicklin School of Business every semester, as undergraduate enrollment in the Zicklin’s business programs has been steadily growing and the available seats for business courses are limited by our physical spaces and faculty resources. Our priority has been and will always be to ensure adequate choices of business courses for matriculated Zicklin business students in order to complete their degree requirement in a reasonable time frame. Therefore, it is necessary to limit the availability of some business courses to non-Zicklin business undergraduate students from other CUNY institutions and within Baruch College.

Permissions
Non-Zicklin undergraduate students, including those from Baruch College, CUNY BA, and other CUNY institutions, if their Program of Study requires business courses (such as a business minor or business electives) and adequate pre-requisites are satisfied, are permitted to:

  • Take any number of the 1000 or 2000 level business courses subject to seat availability, and
  • Take a total of three (3) of the 3000 or 4000 level selected business courses from the list below.

In cases where a student wants to take a course that is not on the selected course list and the 3-course limit is not reached, if the course is not fully enrolled and the department gives permission, the student may register for the unlisted course.

CUNY BA students must provide the Zicklin Dean’s Office with a copy of an approved AOC form which shows the course they wish to register for. Permission will be granted by that office and entered into CUNYfirst to facilitate registration.

Selected Business Course List

Stan Ross Department of Accountancy 
None accountancy (ACC) courses

Bert W. Wasserman Department of Economics & Finance

None Finance (FIN) or Insurance (INS) courses
All Economics (ECO) courses at 3000 level​

Department of Law
All LAW 3000 and 4000 level courses

Narendra Paul Loomba Department of Management

MGT 3120 Fundamentals of Management
MGT 3300 Management: A Behavioral Approach
MGT 3800 Management and Society
MGT 3960 Entrepreneurship Management
MGT 4400 Human Resource Management
MGT 4420 The Management of Compensation
MGT 4430 Employee Development and Training
MGT 4460 Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining
MGT 4480 Conflict Management Procedures
MGT 4961 Entrepreneurial Experiences
MGT 4962 Family Business Management
MGT 4967 Technology, Innovation, and Design in Entrepreneurship
MGT 4968 Critical Conversations for Entrepreneurs: Selling and Negotiating
MGT 4969 Social Entrepreneurship
MGT 4971 Women and Entrepreneurship
MGT 4978 Entrepreneurship: Managing Ventures within the Corporation

Department of Marketing & International Business
MKT 3000 Marketing Foundations
MKT 3400 International Business Principles
MKT 3520 Advertising and Marketing Communications
MKT 3605 Consumer Behavior
MKT 4555 Internet Marketing
MKT 3600 Marketing Research
MKT 4561 Marketing Analytics
MKT 4123 Web Analytics
MKT 4966 Social Media Marketing

Department of Real Estate 
RES 3000 Real Estate Law
RES 3700 Real Estate Management
RES 3800 Real Estate Construction Process

Paul H. Chook Department of Information Systems & Statistics
CIS 3100 Object-Oriented Programming I
CIS 4100 Object Oriented Programming II
CIS 3400 Database Management Systems I
CIS 3444 e-Business Technologies
CIS 3500 Networks & Telecomm I
CIS 3630 Principles of Web Design
CIS 3367 Spreadsheet Applications in Business
OPR 3300 Quantitative Methods for Accounting
OPR 3450 Quantitative Decision Making
STA 3154 Business Statistics II
STA 3155 Regression and Forecasting Models for Business Applications​

This policy was updated in January 2018