Semester hours required for graduation: 66
Advisors: Chelsie Smith
Success in the business world requires knowledge in various fields of business and in changing technologies. To meet these needs, the business administration curriculum requires courses in general education as well as humanities, economics and accounting. Job opportunities include marketing finance, accounting, personnel, banking, and related fields.
A. General Education: 21 Credit HoursCOL-103 College Skills (3) CPT 170 Microcomputer Applications (3) ENG 101 English Composition I (3) MAT 102 Intermediate Algebra (3) PSY 201 General Psychology (3) SPC 205 Public Speaking (3)
Fine Arts: Choose one below:ART-101 Art History & Appreciation (3) MUS-105 Music Appreciation(3)
B. Major Courses: 36 Credit HoursACC 101 Principles of Accounting I (3) ACC 102 Principles of Accounting II (3) BUS 101 Introduction to Business(3) BUS 110 Entrepreneurship (3) BUS 121 Business Law I(3) BUS 220 Business Ethics(3) CPT 172 Microcomputer Database(3) CPT 174 Microcomputer Spreadsheet(3) MGT 101 Principles of Management(3) MGT 120 Small Business Management(3) MGT 201 Human Resource Management(3) MKT 101 Marketing(3)
C. Business Electives: 6 Credit Hours
Select from:BAF 101 Personal Finance(3) BAF 201 Principles of Finance (3) MGT 120 Small Business Management (3) PSC 201 American Government(3)
D. Other Electives: 3 Credit Hours
Courses chosen with advisor approval.
(It is recommended that students work closely with their advisor to determine courses taken in this area. Consideration should be given to student program plan and all courses must be with advisor approval.)
Tuition and book costs reflect the projected cost of the complete program.
Graduation times may vary according to course availability and/or individual course load. Consult faculty advisor.
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