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Sample Program of Study - Management (Business Administration)

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CLASS

CREDIT HOURS

FRESHMAN / SOPHOMORE

 

BUS 208 Business Communications

3

BUS 222 Business Law I

3

BUS 226 Business Statistics

3

BUS 240 Accounting I

3

BUS 241 Accounting II

3

CNA 100 Principles of Human Communication

3

ECO 202 Principles of Macroeconomics

3

ECO 203 Principles of Microeconomics

3

ENG 102 Composition Skills

3

MAT 110 Topics and Ideas in Math

3

Other General Studies courses

 

 

 

JUNIOR - 1st semester

 

BUS 260 Management Theory and Practice

3

BUS 270 Principles of Marketing

3

BUS 366 Management Science

3

 

 

JUNIOR - 2nd semester

 

BUS 322 Managerial Finance

3

BUS 343 Managerial Accounting

3

BUS 352 Production and Operations Management

3

BUS 367 Foundations of Human Resource Management

3

 

 

Management electives: 6 hours junior or senior year (choose two combinations of the following)

 

BUS 372 Selling and Sales Management (3) (spring) -and- BUS 476 Retail Management (3) (fall)

6

BUS 369 Managing Diversity (3) (spring) -and- BUS 471 Principles of Supervision (3) (fall)

6

ITE 108 Manufacturing Processes and Systems (3) (spring) -and- ITE 315 Manufacturing Technology (3) (spring)

6

PED 450 Program Management in Sport and Wellness (3) (spring) -and- PED 464 Facility Management in Sport and Wellness (3) (fall)

6

 

 

SENIOR - 1st semester

 

BUS 408 Business Ethics

3

BUS 480 Business Research

3

CIS 430 Management Information Systems

3

 

 

SENIOR - 2nd semester

 

BUS 362 International Business

3

BUS 418 Legal Environment of Business

3

CIS 477 Project Management

3

Management electives    

 

Note: BUS 420 Strategic Management (3) can be taken after 105 credit hours.