The Department of Business Administration, cont'd
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Major in Business Administration
|General Education Requirements
Four of the following General Education courses also satisfy requirements in this option: WRIT 101, WRIT 220, ECNS 201, ECNS 202, STAT 216, and M 143. Students should consult with an academic advisor before registering for General Education courses in order to maximize the number of elective credits allowed in the degree.
|Quantitative Methods (see page 240)||8|
|Required Business Core (see page 240)||39|
|Finance Option Requirements||21|
|BFIN 316 Quantitative Methods in Business and Economics||3|
|BFIN 420 Investments||3|
|BFIN 422 Intermediate Business Finance||3|
|ECNS 300 Intermediate Microeconomics||3|
|ECNS 302 Intermediate Macroeconomics||3|
|ECNS 313 Money and Banking||3|
|ECNS 403 Introduction to Econometrics||3|
Select three courses from the following
|BFIN 460 Futures and Options||3|
|BFIN 492 Independent Study||3|
|BFIN 494 Seminar/Workshop (limit 2-6 cr.)||3|
|BGEN 498 Internship (limit 3 cr.)||3|
|ECNS 314 International Economics
OR BGEN 360 International Business
|ECNS 457 Economics of Organizations||3|
|ECNS 490 Undergraduate Research||3|
|Option Requirements Total||30|
|Total credits required for major||77|
|Restricted electives selected with advisor approval||6|
The number of courses a student elects to take that fulfill both the General Education requirements and the major requirements will determine the total number of elective credits required for the degree. Electives should be chosen in consultation with an academic advisor.
|Total minimum credits required for degree||120|
*May satisfy General Education requirements.
Certain courses in this program have prerequisites; students should check the course descriptions for required prerequisites.
Suggested Plan of Study
B.S. in Business Administration Finance Option
Due to course schedule changes and staff assignments, students may not be able to follow the plan exactly. Students should consult with their advisors to plan classes before registering each term.