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Program Requirements

All B.B.A. majors take coursework that builds on the foundation provided by the Liberal Arts Core and B.B.A. core. The specialty allows student to tailor their degree to fit their individual interests and goals. Specialty Requirements are outlined following the Major Requirements.

Major Requirements

To fulfill the requirements of the major, all students in this program will take the following coursework in a sequence determined in collaboration with a faculty advisor. All students also must fulfill Liberal Arts Core and University requirements, and some of the following courses may also satisfy those requirements.
 
  • ACT 201 Principles of Accounting I
  • ACT 202 Principles of Accounting II
  • ECO 210 Principles of Microeconomics
  • ECO 211 Principles of Macroeconomics
  • FIN 301 Financial Management
  • IT 110 Information Technology in the Global Age
  • LA 248 Business Law I
  • LA 249 Business Law II
  • MA 155 Finite Mathematics
  • MGT 123 The Business Experience
  • MGT 223 Sophomore Business Experience
  • MGT 291 Business Communication
  • MGT 304 Organizational Management
  • MGT 323 Junior Business Experience
  • MGT 423 Senior Business Experience
  • ACT/MGT/LA 490 Internship
  • MGT 489 Senior Business Seminar
  • MSC 300 Business Statistics
  • MSC 337 Operations Management
  • MKT 301 Principles of Marketing
  • PH 305 Business Ethics
All majors also complete coursework in a chosen specialty as follows:
Accounting specialty
  • ACT 303 Intermediate Accounting I
  • ACT 304 Intermediate Accounting II
  • ACT 306 Cost Accounting
  • ACT 406 Tax Accounting
  • ACT 410 Auditing
  • ACT 420 Advanced Accounting Topics
  • ACT 430 Government and Not-for-Profit Accounting
  • 1 course from the following: ECO 485 International Economics or FIN 485 International Finance
B.B.A./M.B.A. specialty
  • One (1) international course from the following: ECO 485 International Economics, FIN 485 International Finance, MGT 385 International Business, MGT 485 International Management, MKT 485 International Marketing
  • MBA 512 Accounting for Managers
  • MBA 513 Business Communication
  • MBA 514 Quantitative Methods for Management
  • 1 course from another specialty area, 300/400-level Economics course, or IT course numbered above IT 110
Business Law specialty
  • LA 280 Introduction to the Legal System
  • LA 301 Civil Litigation
  • LA 302 Criminal Litigation or LA 430 Current Issues in Employment Law
  • LA 305 General Practice I
  • LA 391 Legal Research and Writing
  • MGT 485 International Management
Finance specialty
  • ECO 332 Money and Banking
  • FIN 334 Investments
  • FIN 362 Intermediate Financial Management
  • FIN 485 International Finance
  • FIN 400 Senior Seminar in Finance
  • (Recommended courses: ACT 306 Cost Accounting, ECO 485 International Economics)
General Business specialty
  • 4 courses from other specialty areas, 300/400-level Economics courses, or IT courses numbered higher than IT 110
  • 1 international course from the following: ECO 485 International Economics, FIN 485 International Finance, MGT 385 International Business, MGT 485 International Management, MKT 485 International Marketing
Hospitality Management specialty
  • MGT 370 Hospitality Management
  • MGT 470 Strategic Hospitality Management
  • MGT 485 International Management
  • MSC 345 Project Management
  • 1 course from the following: MKT 305 Sport Marketing, MKT 313 Sales Techniques and Strategies, MKT 310 Event Planning, MKT 319 Advertising and Integrated Marketing Communications, MKT 360 Consumer Behavior, MKT 485 International Marketing
International Business specialty
  • ECO 485 International Economics
  • FIN 485 International Finance
  • MKT 485 International Marketing
  • MGT 385 International Business
  • MGT 485 International Management
Management specialty
  • HRM 335 Human Resource Management
  • HRM 423 Performance Management and Compensation
  • MGT 485 International Management
  • MSC 345 Project Management
  • 1 course from the following: ACT 306 Cost Accounting, ECO 330 Managerial Economics, HRM 336 Labor Relations, MGT 315 Entrepreneurship, MGT 285 Global Business Experience, MGT 385 International Business, MKT 360 Consumer Behavior
Marketing specialty
  • MKT 412 Marketing Research
  • MKT 416 Marketing Management
  • MKT 485 International Marketing
  • 2 courses from the following: MKT 305 Sport Marketing, MKT 308 Retailing, MKT 310 Event Planning, MKT 313 Sales Skills and Strategies, MKT 319 Advertising and Integrated Marketing Communications, MKT 360 Consumer Behavior
Sport Management specialty
  • ECO 305 Business and Economics of Sports
  • LA 315 Sport Law
  • MGT 485 International Management or MKT 485 International Marketing
  • MKT 305 Sport Marketing
  • MGT 405 Sport Management
  • Recommended additional courses: HPR 301 Health/Fitness Program Management, MKT 313 Sales Techniques and Strategies, MKT 319 Advertising and Integrated Marketing Communications, MKT 360 Consumer Behavior