All AEM majors should be aware of the CALS academic policies.
Physical Sciences Requirements
Minimum 18 credits
- Quantitative Methods (required by AEM):
AEM 2100: Introductory Statistics
Calculus: MATH 1106 or MATH 1110
Note: Earning a score of 4 or 5 on the AP Calculus exam or the AP Statistics exam OR transferring an approved calculus or statistics course with a grade of “C” or better fulfills this requirement.
- Introductory Life Sciences/Biology: minimum 6 credits that fulfill the CALS requirement; may include introductory life sciences courses for non-life sciences majors
- Physics or Chemistry: any 3-credit course offered by the physics or chemistry departments
- Other Physical/Life Science course(s)
Social Sciences and Humanities Requirements
Minimum 12 credits
- Economics requirements: required by AEM; consists of at least 2 economics courses in the Social and Behavioral Analysis category (SBA), 6 credits minimum
- Human Diversity (D): one course of 3 or more credits
- One course of 3 or more credits from any of the following categories:
- Cultural Analysis (CA)
- Foreign Language (FL)
- Historical Analysis (HA)
- Knowledge, Cognition and Moral Reasoning (KCM)
- Literature and the Arts (LA)
Written and Oral Expression Requirements
Minimum 9 credits
- Written Expression: minimum 6 credits; e.g., First-Year Writing Seminars, AEM 2000 (S)
AEM 2700: Management Communication
Note: Students who matriculated as freshmen before Fall 2013 and transfers before Fall 2014 must take COMM 2010: Oral Communication or ILRLR 2300: Argumentation and Debate in place of AEM 2700.
Grace Zhao '18
Hauppauge, New York
What makes Dyson special?
The size of the business program is small and class sizes are small, so this makes for a very individualized learning experience. It also allows students to know most of the students in their class year.