Business Administration Major, Concentration in Entrepreneurial Studies and Small Business Management

Requirements for a Major in Business Administration, Concentration in Entrepreneurial Studies and Small Business Management

The common Business Core together with two required plus two additional courses in the field chosen with the assistance of the advisor from the list below:

Ancillary Courses(15-16 credits)
EC-110Introduction to Microeconomics3
EC-120Introduction to Macroeconomics3
EN-253Business Communications3
MA-150Statistics I3
or EC-150 Statistics
MA-202Business Calculus3-4
or EC-202 Introduction to Mathematical Economics
Common Business Core(36 credits)
Lower Division
BA-200Principles of Management3
BA-210Financial Accounting I3
BA-220Financial Accounting II3
BA-230Managerial Accounting3
BA-250Analytical Techniques in Business3
Upper Division
BA-305Organizational Behavior3
BA-312Operations Management I3
BA-316Financial Management3
BA-318Principles of Marketing3
BA-350Business Information Systems and Applications3
BA-320Business Law I3
or BA-480 The Legal Environment of Business
BA-490Business Strategy and Policy3
Entrepreneurial Studies and Small Business Management Requirements(12 credits)
BA-302Introduction to Entrepreneurship3
BA-402Designing the Business Plan3
Select two of the following:6
Small Business Management
Women Entrepreneurs and Leaders
Managing Ebusiness
Marketing Research
Seminar in Sociology
Or any courses in the field as approved by BA program chair/instructor/advisor.
Total Credits63-64

Students are required to meet with their academic advisor to review their courses for the upcoming semester. A minimum of 120 credits is required for graduation.  First-year and transfer students with 45 or fewer credits at the time of admission shall complete two academic programs (a major/major or major/minor) to qualify for graduation.  For more information, please view the MajorPlus section of this catalog.