Degree Requirements

Business Administration Major

Business Administration Major

Business Administration Major: 48-51 Total Credits

Lower Division 23 cr. hrs.
Required of all majors before enrolling in any upper level division courses.
CBE 100 First-Year Seminar: College of Business and Economics 2 cr.
COMS 101 Fundamentals of Oral Communication 3 cr. (double counts as GenEd) OR ENGL 266 Business Writing 3 cr. 
ECON 201 Principles of Microeconomics 3 cr.
ECON 202 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 cr.
ACCT 231 Principles of Accounting I 3 cr.
ACCT 232 Principles of Accounting II 3 cr.
CSIS 215 Information Systems for Business Management 3 cr.
ECON 226 Introduction to Statistics 3 cr.
or MATH 226 Fundamentals of Statistics
BLAW 265 Business Law I 3 cr.

Upper Division 19 cr. hrs.
CBE 300 Professional Development 1 cr.
MNGT 300 Management and Organizational Behavior 3 cr.
MKTG 310 Principles of Marketing 3 cr.
FINC 345 Managerial Finance 3 cr.
ECON 326 Statistical Methods for Economics and Business 3 cr.
MNGT 361 Operations Management 3 cr.
MNGT 485 Strategic Management 3 cr.

Business Electives 6 cr. hrs.
Choose 6 credits of courses 300 level or higher from MKTG, MNGT or FINC.

Required Supporting Courses: 3-4 cr.
ECON 205 Quantitative Analysis 3 cr.
or MATH 156 Calculus for Business and Social Sciences 3 cr.
or MATH 166 Calculus I 4 cr.

Undergraduate Business Administration students may not transfer more than six credits of 300/400 level courses from non-AACSB accredited programs and institutions into the major.

College of Business and Economics

124 South Hall

The vision of the College of Business and Economics is to be a community of choice and the regional leader in the acquisition, study, application and sharing of business, economics and information technology knowledge. Consistent with this vision, CBE is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International.

General Education Requirements

The General Education mathematics requirement for business majors can be met by taking ECON 205 Quantitative Analysis, MATH 156 Calculus for Business and Social Sciences, or MATH 166 Calculus I.