Business Administration Major (216)
PROGRAM OF STUDY
|Course #||Course Title||Credit||Pre-Requisite Courses (if applicable)|
|ENG||111||College Composition I||3||Readiness for ENG 111|
|HIS||101 or 121||Western Civilizations Pre – 1600 CE or United States History Until 1877||3|
|MTH||161||Pre-Calculus I||3||Readiness for ENG 111|
|Science||123||Biology, Chemistry, or Physics ⁴||4||See Table M|
|SDV||110||College Success Skills||1||BIO and CHM: Readiness for ENG 111 & MTH 161; PHY: MTH 164|
|ITE||119||Information Literacy ³||3|
|ENG||College Composition II||3||ENG 111|
|HIS||102 or 122||History of Western Civilization II or United States History Since 1865||3||Readiness for ENG 111|
|MTH||261 or 162||Applied Calculus or Pre-Calculus II||3||See Table M|
|Science||Biology, Chemistry, or Physics 4||4||BIO 101, CHM 111, PHY 201|
|SECOND YEAR FALL|
|ACC||211||Principles of Accounting I||3|
|ECO||201||Principles of Macroeconomics1||3||Readiness for ENG 111|
|ENG||Literature (241, 242, 243, 244, 251, 252, 253, or 254)2||3||ENG 112|
|CST||100 or 105||Principles of Public Speaking or Oral Communication4||3||Readiness for ENG 111|
|College Transfer Elective||3|
|SECOND YEAR SPRING|
|ACC||212||Principles of Accounting II||3||ACC 211|
|ECO||202||Principles of Microeconomics1||3||Readiness for ENG 111|
|Approved Humanities Elective 2||3|
|College Transfer Electives||6|
|Total Program Credits||62
Notes and Additional Curriculum Options
Course substitutions may be available. Please see an advisor for more information.
¹ In addition to the economics requirements for the community colleges, students are advised to complete a Political Science and Psychology course, or a full year of a sophomore social science if required by the four-year college or university to which you plan to transfer.
² At least one semester of World Literature (ENG 251-252) is recommended.
³ All students pursuing an Associate of Arts and Sciences degree must demonstrate information literacy by completing ITE 119, by satisfying the terms of an articulation agreement, or by establishing competency on an approved assessment test.
⁴ Students should consult with their academic advisor to select courses required by their desired degree at their transfer institution.
For Further Information, Contact:
Ms. Brandi Martinez
Dr. Derek Whisman, Dean of Arts & Sciences