major

MAJORS

Business Administration

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Recommended Four Year Course Sequence

This list includes the major, minor, and option core classes as guidelines
to complete in four years. It is one example of how the program can be
completed in four years; faculty advisors assist students in choosing among
the options in a given semester to insure progress towards completion of
the program. Students should complete general education and elective
requirements while working with these guidelines.

FRESHMEN YEAR BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COURSES

ECNS 201 Principles of Microeconomics
BUS 217 Business and Electronic Communication
CAPP 131 Basic Microsoft Office

SOPHOMORE YEAR BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COURSES

ACTG 201 Principles of Financial Accounting
ACTG 202 Principles of Managerial Accounting
BFIN 322 Business Finance
BGEN 235 Business Law
3 courses from selected Business Option (or General Education)

JUNIOR YEAR BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COURSES

BGEN 253 Business Statistics and Research
BMGT 322 Operations Management
BMGT 335 Management & Organizations
BMKT 325 Principles of Marketing
2 courses from selected option (or General Education)

SUMMER BETWEEN JUNIOR AND SENIOR YEAR
Students may want to consider doing their internship during this summer term

SENIOR YEAR BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COURSES

BGEN 499 Internship
BMGT 499 Capstone
Any remaining option area courses

Credit Requirements

GENERAL EDUCATION 32

Select the following course for Behavior & Social Sciences
ECNS 201 Principles of Microeconomics 4

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CORE 50

ACTG 201 Principles of Financial Accounting 4
ACTG 202 Principles of Managerial Accounting 4
BFIN 322 Business Finance 4
BGEN 235 Business Law 4
BGEN 253 Business Statistics and Research 4
BGEN 498 Internship 6
BMGT 322 Operations Management 4
BMGT 335 Management & Organizations 4
BMGT 499 Capstone 4
BMKT 325 Principles of Marketing 4
BUS 217 Business & Electronic Communication 4
CAPP 131 Basic Microsoft Office 4

OPTION AREAS 32

Select one of the following option areas:

Equine Management (32)
Health & Fitness Management (32)
Small Business Management (32)
Web & Digital Media (32)
Other Options (34 minimum)

Related areas in any Catalog discipline may be used as the student’s Option. The
Related Area will consist of not less than 34 credits including all of the following:
BMGT 210 Small Business Entrepreneurship 4
BMGT 499 Capstone 4

ELECTIVES 6

Select from any general education category for which prerequisites have
been met to bring degree total to 120 credits.
(must be non-business courses.
The following rubrics shall not be used to meet this requirement:
ACT/ACTG/ACTV/CAPP/COMS/DANC/EDU/EQUH/EQUS/HTR/IT)

BS: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION TOTAL CREDITS 120

Additional Requirements

Business major students are required to take the Information Technology
Literacy Exam as part of their CAPP 131 course requirement. If the IT Literacy
Exam is not passed in this course, the student is required to pass the exam
prior to graduation.

Secondary Education

Secondary Business Education Teaching Option: Student who have completed
the BS: Business Administration and would like to obtain a teaching
license in business education must complete Secondary Education requirement.