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Bachelor of

Business  Admission

Concentration Curriculum

The purpose of the Bachelor of Business Administration program is to prepare students for career opportunities across virtually any industry. This program is designed to provide students with a broad knowledge in a variety of core business subjects, giving them a holistic perspective of how each area contributes to overall success. Students will acquire essential skill sets employers are seeking, such as business strategy, management and operations, marketing, accounting, finance, and business ethics.

 

  • By the time a student graduates from this program, he/she will be able to:

  • Apply managerial decision making through utilizing best practices in business.

  • Interpret business concepts, principles, and financial strategies.

  • Examine the effects of globalization on their work environment.

  • Analyze financial statements.

 

Graduation Requirements

The Bachelor of Business Administration program requires a total of 120 credits hours, including 48 credit hours of General Education requirements, and 72 credit hours of Major requirements. Major requirements include 56 credit hours of Core Courses and 16 credit hours of Concentration courses. A full-time student following the curricular plan provided will be able to complete the program in eight semesters, or four years. 

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General education courses are organized into four main categories. Each course may only be used once in a degree. Students are encouraged to work with an academic advisor to plan their general education requirements. • A. Intellectual and Practical Skills
• B. Civic and Global Leadership
• C. Knowledge of Human Cultures
• D. Understanding of the Physical and Natural World

A. Intellectual and Practical Skills Courses
Written Communication
ENGL 1020 English Composition I  3
ENGL 1021 English Composition II 3

Oral Communication
COMM 2020 Public Speaking 3
COMM 2021 Technical Communication 3

Quantitative Literacy
STAT 2020 Principles of Statistics 3
MATH 1021 Intermediate Algebra 3
MATH 1023 Quantitative Business Analysis 3
MATH 1024 College Algebra 3
MATH 2021 Pre-Calculus I 3
MATH 2022 Pre-Calculus II 3

B. Civic and Global Leadership Courses

Diversity Intercultural Literacy
COMM 3041 Elements of Intercultural Communication 3
HIST 2045 American Civil Rights Movement 3
GLBL 4045 Leadership in a Global Environment 3
RELG 4041 World Religions 3
SOSC 3043 Cultural Diversity in the United States 3

Ethical Leadership
ETHC 3041 Ethics in the Digital Age 3
ETHC 2043 Contemporary Ethics 3

Civic Engagement
GLBL 3046 Global Issues and Society 3
POLS 1046 American Government 3

C. Knowledge of Human Cultures
Humanities
COMM 1060 Introduction to Mass Communications 3
LITR 2062 American Literature 3
MKTG 3061 Marketing Communications 3
COMM 3067 Leadership Communications 3
SPAN 1061 Elementary Spanish I 3
SPAN 1062 Elementary Spanish II 3

Social Sciences
HIST 1061 American History I 3
HIST 1062 American History II 3
LDRS 3066 Leaders in History 3
SOSC1061 Self-Assessment and Career Exploration 3

D. Understanding the Physical and Natural World
ASTR 1081 Introductory Astronomy 3
BIOL 1084 Introductory Biology 3
CHEM 1085 General Chemistry I 3
CHEM 1086 General Chemistry II 3
PHYS 1081 Physics I 3
PHYS 1082 Physics II 3

Major Requirements (72 credit hours)
Core Courses (56 credit hours)
MKTG 1211 Principles of Marketing 4
ECON 1211 Introduction to Economics 4

ACCT 1221 Accounting I: Financial Accounting 4

ACCT 2222 Accounting II: Managerial Accounting 4

BUSN 2230 Ethical and Legal Issues in Business 4

MGNT 2250 Organizational Behavior and Management 4

MGNT 1225 Managerial Decision-Making 4

HRMG 2420 Human Resources Management 4

MGNT 3240 Risk Management 4
MGNT 3250 Financial Management 4
MKTG 3250 Marketing Management 4

MGNT 3230 Operations Management 4
BUSN 4250 Business Policies and Strategies 4

INTN 4900 Internship 4


Hospitality and Tourism Concentration (16 credits hours)

HSTM 4211 Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism 4

HSTM 4235 Accounting for Hospitality and Tourism 4

HSTM 4250 Facilities Management and Design in Hospitality and Tourism 4

HSTM 4240 Legal Aspects for Hospitality and Tourism 4

HSTM 4255 Resort Management and Operations 4

HSTM 4260 Marketing for Hospitality and Tourism 4


Marketing Concentration (16 credits hours)

MKTG 4211 Internet Marketing Principles 4

MKTG 4215 Consumer Behavior 4

MKTG 4221 Marketing Research 4

MKTG 4225 Advertising 4

MKTG 4230 Strategic Marketing 4

MKTG 4235 Direct Marketing 4

 

Information Technology Concentration (16 credits hours)
IFTG 4211 Information security Assurance: Principles and Practices 4
IFTG 4213 Fundamentals of Data Communications 4
IFTG 4221 Programming for Data Processing 4
IFTG 4223 Computer System Development and Design 4
IFTG 4231 Information Systems Security 4
IFTG 4233 Network Administration 4
IFTG 4235 Advanced Database Management Systems 4

Legal Study Concentration (16 credits hours)
LES 4211 Laws and Legal System 4
LES 4213 Contract Law Practice 4
LES 4221 Legal Ethics 4
LES 4223 Computers and the Law 4
LES 4231 Paralegal Procedure 4
LES 4233 Real Estate Laws and Rules Pre-Licensure (75 hours) 5

 

Sport Management Concentration (16 credits hours)
SPM 4211 Introduction to Sport Management 4
SPM 4213 Sport Business 4
SPM 4221Sport Marketing 4
SPM 4223 Sport, Society, and Ethics 4
SPM 4231 Sales within Sport 4
SPM 4233 Brand Management 4
SPM 4235 Sport Facilities Management 4