Business Administration Checklist for Students entering BEFORE Fall 2014
|ECON 121 MICROECONOMICS||done||need|
|ECON 122 MACROECONOMICS||done||need|
|BUAD 215 ACCOUNTING I||done||need|
|BUAD 225 ACCOUNTING II||done||need|
|BUAD 227 BUSINESS LAW||done||need|
|BUAD 233 MARKETING MANAGEMENT||done||need|
|BUAD 248 QUANTITATIVE METHODS||done||need|
|BUAD 254 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR||done||need|
|BUAD 258 INFORMATION SYSTEMS CONCEPTS & APPLICATIONS||done||need|
|BUAD 342 CORPORATE FINANCE||done||need|
|BUAD 348 PRODUCTION & OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT||done||need|
Note: BUAD 342 & BUAD 348 Prerequisites include "Declared BUAD Major or Permission".
|BUAD 499 BUSINESS POLICY||done||need|
Note: BUAD 499 Prerequisites include "senior major status".
|BUAD Major Elective (200-level or above BUAD or ECON course excluding Internship)||done||need|
|MATH 111 MATHEMATICAL MODELS FOR THE MANAGEMENT SCIENCES||done||need|
|INQ 240 (STAT 101) STATISTICAL REASONING||done||need|
|Since upper-level courses are based on prerequisites, students are urged to plan their programs carefully with their advisors. Students should complete or be currently enrolled in BUAD 215,
227, 225, 248, 258, and ECON 121 and 122 before the end of their sophomore year.
|Note: BUAD 248 has MATH 111, INQ 240 (STAT 101), and BUAD 215 as prerequisites. MATH111 will be a substitution for INQ241 - Mathematical reasoning.|
|Note: A student majoring in business has seven elective courses available to use toward a concentration, courses taken while studying abroad, or general interest topics.
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