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BSBA Curriculum SPRING 2013

GENERAL EDUCATION  51 minimum credits required

Freshman Experience 1 credits required

  • BSS 101 Freshman Experience Course

Interdisciplinary Matrix 6 credits required

  • GED 100 Origins
  • BA 301 Oganization and Management or
  • GED 200 Human Diversity

 

International Perspectives (must take same language sequence) 6 credits required

  • CHIN 101 Beginning Chinese
  • CHIN 102 Elementary Chinese
  • COMM 446 International Cinema
  • ENGL 350 World Literature, Classical Era
  • ENGL 351 World Literature, Modern Era
  • ENGL 440 Interpreting the Holocaust
  • FREN 101 Elementary French
  • FREN 102 Elementary French
  • FREN 205 France: A View of Changing Culture
  • FREN 443 West African Culture
  • JAPN 101 Beginning Japanese
  • JAPN 102 Elementary Japanese
  • RUSS 101 Beginning Russian
  • RUSS 102 Elementary Russian
  • SP 101 Elementary Spanish
  • SP 102 Elementary Spanish
  • SP 205 Spain and Its Culture
  • SOC 305 Birth - Death - Migration
  • POSC 210 International Relations
  • POSC 415 Comparative Politics: Arab Middle East
  • PHIL 308 World Religions

History of Civilization 3 credits required

  • HIST 201 World History (to 1660)
  • HIST 202 World History (1660 to present)

English  6 credits required

  • ENGL 101 English Composition I
  • ENGL 102 English Composition II

 

Mathematics 3 credits required

  • MATH 120 College Algebra

Speech  3 credits required

  • COMM 100 Speech Communications

Lifetime Health 2 credits required

  • HHP122 Fitness for Living
  • HHP157 Healthy Living

Literature  3 credits required

  • ENGL 150 Introduction to Literature

Fine Arts  (classes must be from different disciplines) 6 credits required

  • ART 100 Art Appreciation
  • ART 101 Introduction to Art
  • COMM 140 Film Appreciation
  • COMM 170 The Art of the Theater
  • MUS 104 American Music A Panorama
  • MUS 107 Music Appreciation

Natural Science  6 credits required

  • BIOL 101 Principles of Biology
  • BIOL 102 Plants and Animals
  • BIOL 108 Environmental Biology
  • BIOL 110 Economic Biology
  • BIOL 120 Fundamentals of Biology
  • CHEM 100 Consumer Chemistry
  • PHYS  101 Physical Science Survey I
  • PHYS  102  Physical Science Survey II
  • PHYS 103 Elements of Physical Science
  • PHYS 106 Physical Geology
  • PHYS 110 Weather and Climate
  • PHYS  120  Astronomy (with optional credit hour laboratory - PHYS 121)
  • PHYS 170 Physics through Photography

American Traditions  3 credits required

  • BA 210 Business Law I
  • HIST 207 History of the United States to 1865
  • HIST 208 History of the United States from 1865 to present
  • POSC 101 American National Government

Social Structures 3 credits required

  • BA 312 Personal Finance
  • PSYC 151 General Psychology
  • SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology
  • POSC 100 Introduction to Government and Politics

 

COGNATES FOR BUSINESS STUDENTS 9 credits required

  • ECON 201 Principles of Economics (Macro)
  • ECON 202 Principles of Economics (Micro)
  • ENGL 204 Writing for Business

 

BUSINESS CORE COURSES  33 credits required

  • BA 115 Business Information Skills
  • BA 203 Business Statistics
  • BA 209 Math Analysis for Business Decisions
  • BA 210 Business Law I
  • BA 215 Principles of Accounting I
  • BA 216 Principles of Accounting II
  • BA 301 Organization and Management
  • BA 305 Principles of Marketing
  • BA 310 Human Resource Management
  • BA 313 Business Finance
  • BA 420 Senior Business Seminar

 

Accounting Concentration 27 credits required

  • BA 300 Statistical Sampling
  • BA 308 Business Law II
  • BA 314 Cost Accounting
  • BA 315 or BA 325 Personal or Federal Taxation
  • BA 363 Intermediate Accounting I
  • BA 364 Intermediate Accounting II
  • BA 365 Intermediate Accounting III
  • BA 403 Auditing
  • BA 418 Advanced Accounting I

 

Finance Concentration  21 credits required

  • BA 316 Financial Management
  • BA 363 Intermediate Accounting I
  • BA 414 Investments
  • BA 416 International Finance
  • BA 421 Problems in Corporate Finance
  • BA 441 Business Forecasting and Fluctuations
  • ECON 308 Money, Banking, and Monetary Theory

 

Management Concentration  21 credits required

  • BA 314 Cost Accounting
  • BA 320 Organizational Behavior
  • BA 346 Project Management
  • BA 347 Entrepreneurship
  • BA 440 Production and Operations Management
  • BA 465 International Management
  • BA 475 Change Management

Marketing Concentration 21 credits required

  • BA 335 Consumer Behavior
  • BA 405 Integrated Marketing Communications
  • BA 424 Marketing Management
  • BA 436 Marketing Research

          Any three of the following: 

  • BA 309 Retailing
  • BA 311 Professional Selling
  • BA 370 E-Marketing
  • BA 411 Sales Management
  • BA 413 Services Marketing
  • BA 433 Marketing Channels Management
  • BA 442 Global Marketing

Management Information Systems Concentration 21 credits required

  • CS 101 Programming Fundamentals
  • CS 102 The Object Oriented Paradigm
  • CS 230 Data Base Management Systems
  • CS 240 Data Communications and Networking
  • CS 410 Systems Administration
  • B A 345 E-Commerce
  • B A 480 Management Information Systems

 

Additional Electives to reach minimum of 120 credit hours required for BSBA degree.

 

Minors in Business Administration (These minors are designed for non-business majors.)

Minor in Business Administration - Accounting - 18 hours
BA210, 215, 216, 308, 314, 315

Minor in Business Administration - Finance - 18 hours 
BA209, 210, 215, 216, 313, 414

Minor in Business Administration - Management - 18 hours
BA210, 215, 301, 305, 310, 320

Minor in Business Administration - Marketing - 18 hours
BA210, 301, 305, 335, 405

NOTE:  Some of these courses require Math 120, Economics 201, and Economics 202 as prerequisites

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