Build a strong base for the rest of your education, both in business and the liberal arts and sciences.
Fulfilling these requirements will help ensure you have a broad perspective and the critical-thinking skills you need to succeed.
Become grounded in the core skills of business, including accounting, management, and strategy. Master analytical models, technology, and data. Discover which aspects of business appeal to you the most.
Required Pre-Work (Freshman Year)
27 credits in non-business courses with a grade of C or better
Ross Fixed Core Courses -- Taken in a set order in your sophomore, junior, and senior years.
Junior Fall: Integrative Semester
Ross Floating Core Courses -- Taken in an order you choose to enhance your options, starting winter term of sophomore year.
U-M Distribution Requirements
Enrich and strengthen your business education with liberal arts and sciences. Become an agile, critical thinker. In addition to your business requirements, you are required to complete three of the following four requirements:
Humanities Distribution — 9 credits
Natural Sciences and/or Mathematical and Symbolic Analysis — 9 credits
Social Sciences — 9 credits (excluding ECON 101 & 102)
Foreign Language Proficiency — fourth-term proficiency in a foreign language is determined by successful completion of a proficiency examination administered by U-M, or by completion of a fourth-semester college-level foreign language course. AP course work which meets fourth-term proficiency fulfills this requirement. See the LSA Bulletin for further details.