Undergraduate Degrees

Business and Management Systems

Consider a bachelor of science in business and management systems. Your classes will include a business core consisting of courses in financial accounting, managerial accounting, management and organizational behavior, business law, marketing, finance, operations, statistics and strategic management. These classes reflect our theme of the integration of business and technology and represent communication, management, quantitative and information technology skills.

Degree assistance

Our bachelor of science degree in business and management systems consists of 120 credit hours. As a student in the program, you will be required to complete a general education requirements core. A minimum grade of “C” is required in the business core, business electives, management, and information technology courses. You will have nine credit hours for free electives.

You will be required to complete 12 credit hours chosen from 2000, 3000, 4000 or 5000-level courses in business, economics, finance, enterprise resource planning, information science and technology or marketing. A “C” or better grade is required in all 12 credit hours. If you choose to designate an area of concentration for these courses, focusing at least three courses (nine credits) in one area, you may do so. But you are not required to choose a concentration area.

For more information, check out the bachelor of science in business and management systems in the university catalog.

A checklist of courses you are required to take for the bachelor of science degree in business and management systems:

Curriculum checklist(PDF)

Bachelor of science in business and management systems' four-year sample schedule: 

Four-year sample schedule(PDF)

If you are a student in your senior year, this program allows you to complete some graduate coursework as an undergraduate student with dual enrollment status that can be available for one or two semesters, depending on GPA.

For more information, visit the dual-enrollment page.

A description of the department's one-year post-undergraduate MBA program(PDF)



Spring Senior Year

  • BUS 6723: Corporate Information Systems Management
  • BUS 6224: Managerial Accounting Control
  • BUS6425: Supply Chain Project Management

Summer after Senior Year

  • Elective #1

Final Fall

  • BUS 6121: Teambuilding and Leadership
  • BUS 6622: International Marketing
  • BUS 6426: Integration of Business Areas
  • BUS 6827: Managerial Financial

Final Spring

  • Elective #2
  • Elective #3
  • Elective #4
  • Elective #5


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Business and Management Systems

Even if you have already chosen a major, you might want to consider one of our business or information science and technology minors. Our minors continue to be among the most popular on campus and provide you with valuable business and information technology expertise coming out of college. For more information, check out the university catalog:

View Minor courses in the catalog site


For future students

To apply for admission to Missouri S&T, choose the selection below that best describes your application status.

Contact the office of admissions for more information:

Email: admissions@mst.edu
Toll-free Phone: 800-522-0938
Local Phone: 573-341-4165

Experiential Learning

Experiential Learning is an essential aspect of Missouri S&T's unique learning environment.  Our Strategic Plan defines that 100% of our undergraduate students must graduate with a significant experiential learning experience. Experiential Learning at Missouri S&T refers to learning stimulated by a variety of structured activities that differ significantly from the traditional lecture format.  Experiential learning activities are designed to require students to go beyond mastering basic skills and knowledge in the application of that material to problem solving challenges.  These activities involve collaboration and reflective learning and allow students to learn in environments that align with their aptitudes. Students will work with their academic advisor to develop a plan to complete this graduation requirement. Please click here for more information on Experiential Learning