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Core Requirements

Communicating in the World 12 Credit Hours
*EN100: College Writing
*EN101: Literature for Composition
CM101: Public Speaking
Electives in Foreign Language, Music, Drama, Creative or Expository Writing, or Studio Art (Art 101, 103, 105, 109, 202, 203, 205; Drama 110, 214 [cross listed as CM110, CM214]; English 202, 203, 204; ES; French 100-210, 302; MU [applied music and ensemble]; Spanish 100-201).

The Human Experience 11 Credit Hours
Literature (any 200- or 300-level literature course in English except EN318)
Religion (any Religion course)
Healthy Lifestyles
PY100 Introduction to Psychology

Scientific Experience 7-8 Credit Hours
Lab Science
Any 100, 200, or 300-level laboratory science course; BI100, CH100, PS100.
Contextual Science (3-4 credits) any of the following: BI105, 110, 205, 207, 210, 215, 220, 225, 230,235, 310; ES205; MC110, 241, 250, 260.

Analysis 6 Credit Hours
*MA102 Intermediate Algebra

* MA111 Pre calculus    
*MA 201 Intro to Statistical Methods                                

Global Society and its Culture 9 Credit Hours
*EC 201 Microeconomics
Electives in American Culture: Literature, Religion, Political Science or History.
Electives in Non-American Culture: Foreign Languages, World Literature, International Religion, International Political Science, or World History.

Total Core Requirements: 45-47 Credit Hours

*A grade of C or better is required.

(for all concentrations)

*AC202 Principles of Accounting I
*AC203 Principles of Accounting II
AC302 Managerial Accounting
BA150 Microcomputer Applications
BA300 Business Law I
BA212 International Business
BA325 Business Communications
BA430 Business Policy and Strategy
*EC202 Macroeconomics
EC300 Finance
*MG206 Principles of Management
MG404 Production and Operations Management
*MK204 Principles of Marketing
PH300 Business Ethics

TOTAL Credit Hours: 42

*A grade of C or better is required.


Graduates analyze various systems of resource allocation and how their consequences may impact society and business.
EC304 Intermediate Microeconomics
EC312 World Economy and International Trade
EC461 History and Analysis of Economic Thought
Three credits of 300-400 level Economics electives (excluding EC300 Finance)
Six credits of 300-400 level Business electives

TOTAL Credit Hours: 18

Graduates apply business concepts in a global economy by considering how companies around the world are interconnected and affected by rapid change.
*EC312 The World Economy & International Trade
EC412 International Financial Management
MK412 International Marketing
BA412 Global Business Management
Six other credits of 300-400 level Business electives

TOTAL Credit Hours: 18

*A grade of C or better is required.

Proposed Course Schedule