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Students who wish a solid business foundation can choose coursework in key functional areas such as managerial accounting, organizational theory, strategic planning, and economics. Coursework focuses on applying management concepts and skills to real-world applications. Students are prepared for a range of financial careers in general management, e-commerce, human resources, marketing, project management, public administration, or international business.

Program Requirements:

  • Business Courses (52 credits)

    Course: Credits:
    ACC100 Accounting I 3
    ACC200 Accounting II 3
    BUS100 Management I 3
    BUS110 Business Law 3
    BUS200 Management II 3
    BUS210 Managerial Communications 3
    BUS250 Manufacturing and Service Industries Business Ethics 3
    BUS262 Organizational Theory and Behavior 3
    BUS263 Human Resources Management 3
    BUS310 Strategic Planning 3
    BUS350 Capstone Course-Business Policy 7
    BUS260 Management Science 3
    ECO100 Economics I 3
    FNB100 Introduction to Finance 3
    FNB200 Fundamentals of Corporate Finance 3
    BUS104 Marketing I 3

  • Other Requirements (15 credits)

    Course: Credits:
    CIS107 Computer Applications 3
    MAT150 Statistics 3
    MAT340 Calculus I 3
    MAT350 Statistics and Probability 3
    PHL200 Critical Thinking 3
  • General Education Courses (17 credits)

    Course: Credits:
    GEN101 Freshman Seminar 1
    CIS101 Computer Literacy 3
    ENG101 Public Speaking 3
    ENG103 English Composition I 3
    ENG203 English Composition II 3
    LIB100 Information Literacy 1
    MAT220 Discrete Mathematics 3
  • Distribution (27 credits)

    Course: Credits:
    MATHEMATICS: MAT230 Pre-Calculus; Functions and Graphs 3
    SCIENCE: Elective 3
    SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES: Select three courses 9
    HUMANITIES: Literature Elective 3
    HUMANITIES: Philosophy Elective 3
    HUMANITIES: History Elective 3
    HUMANITIES: Fine Arts Elective 3
  • Open Electives (12 credits)

 Total Credits: 123