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Honors Program

The O’Malley School of Business Honors Program is designed to create an enriching and challenging academic environment for students who wish to join a community of scholars.

Purpose

The Honors Program offers an impactful experience aimed at talented and highly motivated business students. It enables them to develop rigorous and cutting-edge business skills, interact with top business leaders and mentors, and engage in projects that further Manhattan College’s Core Lasallian values.

Benefits

  • Classes formatted as seminars, fostering in-depth conversation with professors.
  • Trips to lectures, museums, and other business-related events.
  • Opportunities to conduct research with faculty members.
  • Career-related networking activities.
  • Special notation on college transcripts.

Program Details

The Honors Program consists of 7 courses (21 credits) across 4 years at Manhattan College. Students select at least 4 out of 6 courses in the Business Core and take between two and three honors courses within the Major. All honors students must maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 3.3 to remain in the program. 

Required Courses:

YEAR

COURSE NAME COURSE TITLE CREDITS
Freshman

ACCT 201H

ECON 204H

MGMT 201H 

MKTG 201H

Principles of Accounting 1

Macroeconomics

Introduction to Management

Essentials of Marketing

3

3

3

3

Sophmore


BUAN 227H

FIN 301H


Business Statistics

Principles of Business Finance
3

3
YEAR COURSES CREDITS
Junior and Senior

Approved course in Major

Honors Research Project

3

3

Who's Eligible?

Incoming first year students will receive an invitation to apply to the O’Malley School of Business Honors Program and acceptance will be based on academic merit, high school leadership and citizenship.