Business Administration (B.S.)

The Business Analytics concentration in the Business Administration major focuses on helping students identify business questions that can be resolved with data, and form meaningful insights that drive business decisions. Through cutting-edge methods and tools, such as Python, Tableau, SQL, machine learning and artificial intelligence, the business analytics curriculum covers structured and unstructured analytics, data wrangling, visualization, and Big Data methods. In a capstone experience, students will use everything they have learned to provide business analytics consulting on a real-world project.

In the Business Analytics profession, the knowledge and skills that are required to gather, manage, and interpret data to deliver business insights are vital to organizational success. Industries are looking for data-driven professionals who are effective communicators and enjoy problem-solving.

Admission Criteria:
● Overall GPA – 3.0

120 credits of coursework is required for the baccalaureate degree with a minimum 2.0 overall GPA, and a minimum 2.0 major GPA.


The Entrepreneurship concentration in the Business Administration major is cross-disciplinary, focusing on the challenges of establishing and managing new and growing ventures. The experiential approach of this concentration provides students opportunities to learn about:

  • Opportunity identification, discovery and development
  • Moving from a growth mindset to an entrepreneurial mindset, creating physical and virtual prototypes as part of lean startup and “effectuation” models
  • Methodologies to “de-risk” opportunities using problem solving skills
  • Understanding the firm lifecycle and changing resource needs as companies grow
  • Iterating or pivoting towards a sustainable business model, and the role of sustainability in responsible entrepreneurship
  • Communicating a business concept through a formal pitch

Entrepreneurship means having the readiness to develop, organize, and run a business enterprise and tackle any of its uncertainties to make a profit. This concentration is well suited for students who want to start a business, or who dream of working at a big company and want to stand out as an entrepreneurial employee.

Admission Criteria:
● Overall GPA – 3.0

120 credits of coursework is required for the baccalaureate degree with a minimum 2.0 overall GPA, and a minimum 2.0 major GPA.


The Finance concentration in the Business Administration major helps students develop the strategies they need to manage financial operations. Students will learn how the financial decisions made by firms shape individual organizations and global economies. Through a combination of comprehensive curriculum, case studies, and experiential learning opportunities, students will be able to evaluate and manage the potential risks and rewards of financial decisions, develop strategies to achieve personal and corporate financial goals, analyze financial information and competing opportunities to maximize value, make market forecasts, and analyze securities.

In the Finance profession, detail-oriented problem-solvers analyze the impact of market trends and management decisions on their clients’ investment returns. Finance professionals are experts in the science of money management. There is a growing demand for finance professionals at the personal and corporate levels who can predict market fluctuations, assess risk levels and allocate scarce resources while increasing value for stockholders.

Admission Criteria:
● Overall GPA – 3.0
● Business Administration Major GPA – 2.5, if transferring from another concentration in the Business Administration major

120 credits of coursework is required for the baccalaureate degree with a minimum 2.5 overall GPA, and a minimum 2.5 major GPA.


The International Business concentration in the Business Administration major provides students with the skills and cultural awareness they need to serve customers in a range of global markets. Business is an international language and to compete in today’s diverse global marketplace, students need to understand how to conduct transactions and solve business problems both at home and abroad. Through a comprehensive program, students in this program gain an interdisciplinary global perspective on national and company competitiveness, international trade, export and import management, foreign direct investment, market entry and expansion strategies, regional blocs, and control of multinational corporations.

In the International Business profession, individuals primarily focus on the vast cross-cultural business aspects, and are proficient in business, economics, and management. They have an aptitude for foreign languages, and a knack to build cross-border relationships and develop business solutions.

Admission Criteria:
● Overall GPA – 3.0

120 credits of coursework is required for the baccalaureate degree with a minimum 2.0 overall GPA, and a minimum 2.0 major GPA.


Information systems play a critical role in all areas of business. The Management of Information Technology concentration in the Business Administration major focuses on using methods and tools, such as Python, SQL, cloud computing, database systems, and systems analysis and design, to solve business problems and make businesses more efficient. Students will apply what they have learned in an internship.

In the Management of Information Technology profession, individuals analyze business situations and leverage technology to create innovative business solutions and opportunities, transform business operations, improve business performance, and manage business processes and resources. They help businesses implement new information technologies on time and on budget.

Admission Criteria:
● Overall GPA – 3.0

120 credits of coursework is required for the baccalaureate degree with a minimum 2.0 overall GPA, and a minimum 2.0 major GPA.


The Management concentration in the Business Administration major gives students the skills to become an effective manager of people, projects, operations and financial resources. The program prepares students for leadership and entrepreneurship positions in small and large organizations across a broad range of industries, including manufacturing, technology, retail, health care, and hospitality. 

In the Management profession, individuals who are able to effectively motivate and coordinate people find career success in human resources, small businesses, retail and service industries, pharmaceuticals, insurance, banking, finance, hospitality, public and nonprofit organizations and government agencies. Effective management of people, resources and processes is critical to becoming a successful business leader.

Admission Criteria:
● Overall GPA – 3.0

120 credits of coursework is required for the baccalaureate degree with a minimum 2.0 overall GPA, and a minimum 2.0 major GPA.


The Marketing concentration in the Business Administration major provides the foundation for challenging and rewarding careers in brand management, digital marketing, services, retailing, and government. Marketing is much more than branding and advertising. It involves selling ideas, social causes and influence, and deploying data to understand consumer behavior and predict demand. Students in this program will learn how to blend creativity with rigorous situations and data analysis to develop insightful strategies that deliver value to buyers and sellers.

In the Marketing profession, digital technology like social media and marketing automation is changing how consumers get information. Influencer marketing is leveling the playing field so entrepreneurial brands can compete. All organizations — whether local or global, for-profit or nonprofit, business-to-consumer or business-to-business — need to promote their products and services. Marketing as a discipline is transformative and focused on enhancing the lives of
consumers and society.

Admission Criteria:
● Overall GPA – 3.0

120 credits of coursework is required for the baccalaureate degree with a minimum 2.0 overall GPA, and a minimum 2.0 major GPA.


The Real Estate concentration in the Business Administration major blends theory and practice to help students understand common real estate principles. Students learn the financial fundamentals of real estate, as well as real estate investing, analysis and development. The program also provides the foundation for a career in commercial real estate, where knowledge will be used to analyze, evaluate, finance and manage property assets.

In the Real Estate profession, experts may specialize in areas like development, sales and marketing, brokerage, property management, lending, and professional services such as law and accounting.  Real estate involves land, residential, commercial and industrial spaces including buildings, roads, structures, and utility systems.

Admission Criteria:
● Overall GPA – 3.0

120 credits of coursework is required for the baccalaureate degree with a minimum 2.0 overall GPA, and a minimum 2.0 major GPA.


The Retail Merchandising and Management concentration the in Business Administration major is designed for students with an interest in the front and back-end activities of the highly competitive and dynamic world of retail. This includes the management and merchandising of traditional, online, and omni-channel retailers. It helps students launch a fast-paced career where they will ensure retail goods are available to customers when and where they want them.

In the Retail Merchandising and Management profession, retailers rely on consumer and product data collected by Merchandising and Management experts to improve product designs, support customer loyalty programs, assist public relations initiatives, and influence store, catalog, and website layouts. The exciting transformation from “brick and mortar” to “brick and clicks” not only has forever changed the way people shop, but has created new positions for retail graduates.

Admission Criteria:
● Overall GPA – 3.0

120 credits of coursework is required for the baccalaureate degree with a minimum 2.0 overall GPA, and a minimum 2.0 major GPA.

Program Requirements Overview

General Education Requirements30
World Languages and Cultures Requirements3-9
Major and Concentration Requirements69-75
Free Electives18-6
Total Credits120

Major Requirements

Business Administration Required Core
Business Fundamentals
ACCT 204Fundamentals of Accounting (Students in the Finance concentration take ACCT 201)3
or ACCT 201 Fundamentals of Financial Accounting
BSLW 235Legal, Ethical, and Global Environment of Business3
BUGN 280Strategic Business Communications3
INFO 290Technology in Business3
MGMT 201Business Ethics and Social Impact3
MGMT 439Applied Business Strategy3
Integrated Core
FINC 300Integrated Core: Finance3
INFO 300Integrated Core: Operations Management3
MGMT 300Integrated Core: Management3
MKTG 300Integrated Core: Marketing3
Collateral Courses
ECON 101Applied Macroeconomics3
ECON 102Applied Microeconomics3
INFO 173Spreadsheet Modeling for Business Decisions3
INFO 240Statistical Methods in Business3
Concentration Requirements
Complete one concentration from the list below.
Business Administration Career Learning
BUGN 310Campus to Career Transition I0
BUGN 320Campus To Career Transition II0
Total Credits42

Concentrations

Business Analytics Concentration

Required Concentration Courses
INFO 310Database Management Systems3
INFO 357Programming for Business3
INFO 365Foundations of Business Analytics3
INFO 366Managing Big Data3
INFO 367Structured Data Analytics3
INFO 368Unstructured Data Analytics3
INFO 400Business Analytics Capstone Practicum3
Concentration Electives
Complete 6 credits from the following:
Fundamentals of Project Management
MIS Co-Op
Information Security System Management
Business Process Analysis and Enterprise Systems
Data Analysis and Visualization
Independent Study in Information Systems
Special Topics in Information Systems
Total Credits21

Entrepreneurship Concentration

Required Concentration Courses
ENTR 201The Entrepreneurial Mindset and Innovation3
ENTR 301Creating Your Startup Business Model3
ENTR 302Preparing to Pitch and Launch Your Startup3
ENTR 420Growing Your Startup Company3
Concentration Electives
Complete 9 credits from the following:9
Introduction to Innovation and 3D Printing
Entrepreneurship Cooperative Education
Advanced Innovation and Digitally Mediated Making
The Legal Entrepreneurial Journey
Applied Digital Innovation Design, and Lean Fabrication
Independent Study in Entrepreneurship
Managerial Economics
Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis
Money and Banking
Strategic Thinking and Game Theory
Corporate Finance
Working Capital Management
Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism
International Tourism Marketing and Management
Sports Marketing
Event Marketing and Management I
Export/Import Marketing Process
Negotiations in the Workplace
Corporate Social Responsibility: Global Strategies
Organizational Behavior
Human Resource Management
Leadership
Family Business
Diversity In Business
Small Business Management
Business and Society
Global Talent Management
Strategic Business Execution
Strategic Project Management
Professional Selling
Retail Marketing and Management
Services Marketing
Practicum in E-Retailing
Consumer Behavior
Sales Management
Integrated Marketing Communications
Brand Management
Marketing Research
Marketing Strategy and Implementation
Independent Owned and Franchised Retailing
Real Estate Principles and Practice
Commercial Real Estate Analysis
Mortgage and Fixed Income Analysis
Real Estate Developtment
Business Administration Major Electives6
Complete 6 credits of major electives from the list below. Required concentration courses may not be used as major electives.
Total Credits27

Finance Concentration

Required Concentration Courses
FINC 221Introduction to Finance3
FINC 322Corporate Finance3
FINC 326Investments3
FINC 327International Financial Management3
FINC 423Advanced Corporate Finance3
FINC 430Financial Derivatives3
FINC 490Advanced Investment Analysis3
Concentration Electives
Complete 9 credits from the following:9
Understanding Financial Statements
Cooperative Education Experience I
Capital Markets and Financial Institutions
Introduction to Financial Planning
Special Topics in Finance
Working Capital Management
Student Managed Fund
Mortgage and Fixed Income Analysis
Real Estate Developtment
Real Estate Investments
Total Credits30

International Business Concentration

Required Concentration Courses
INBS 250Introduction to International Business3
INBS 347Export/Import Marketing Process3
or INBS 349 International Marketing
or MGMT 356 Cross-Cultural Behavior and Management
ECON 370International Economics3
or FINC 327 International Financial Management
INBS 484Senior Seminar in International Business3
Concentration Electives
Complete 9 credits from the following:9
International Economics
Globalization and World Development
International Financial Markets and Investment
International Financial Management
Export/Import Marketing Process
International Marketing
International Retailing
International Business Co-op Ed
Cross-Cultural Behavior and Management
Business Administration Major Electives
Complete 9 credits from the list below.9
Total Credits30

Management Concentration

Required Concentration Courses
MGMT 315Organizational Behavior3
MGMT 316Human Resource Management3
MGMT 436Strategic Project Management3
Concentration Electives
Complete 9 credits from the following:9
Negotiations in the Workplace
Corporate Social Responsibility: Global Strategies
Leadership
Training, Development, and Career Planning
Family Business
Diversity In Business
Small Business Management
Cross-Cultural Behavior and Management
Business and Society
Management Cooperative Education
Global Talent Management
Total Rewards: Compensation and Benefits
Strategic Business Execution
Business Consulting
Special Topics in Management
Business Administration Major Electives
Complete 12 credits from the list below.12
Total Credits30

Management of Information and Technology Concentration

Required Concentration Courses
INFO 310Database Management Systems3
INFO 342Information Technology Infrastructure3
INFO 357Programming for Business3
INFO 360MIS Co-Op3
or INFO 361 Information Technology Projects
INFO 496Advanced Systems Analysis and Design3
Concentration Electives
Complete 6 credits from the following:6
Fundamentals of Project Management
Foundations of Business Analytics
Information Security System Management
Business Process Analysis and Enterprise Systems
Data Analysis and Visualization
Electronic Commerce: Creating Business Value Using Information Technology
Independent Study in Information Systems
Special Topics in Information Systems
Total Credits21

Marketing Concentration

Required Concentration Courses
INBS 250Introduction to International Business3
MKTG 310Services Marketing3
MKTG 341Consumer Behavior3
MKTG 348Digital Marketing3
MKTG 442Marketing Research3
MKTG 446Marketing Strategy and Implementation3
Concentration Electives
Complete 12 credits from the following:12
Export/Import Marketing Process
International Marketing
International Retailing
Retail Marketing and Management
Customer Relationship Management Practicum
Practicum in E-Retailing
Sales Management
Integrated Marketing Communications
Nonprofit Operations and Marketing
Pharmaceutical and Health Care Marketing
Brand Management
Sustainability and Green Marketing
Professional Selling Co-Op Education /Sales Co-Op
Sales Leadership and Negotiation
Marketing Analytics
Seminar in Retail Management
Marketing Co-op Ed
Independent Study in Marketing
Special Topics in Marketing
Business Administration Major Electives
Complete 3 credits from the list below.3
Total Credits33

Real Estate Concentration

Required Concentration Courses
ECON 208Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis3
REAL 204Real Estate Principles and Practice3
REAL 305Commercial Real Estate Analysis3
REAL 360Mortgage and Fixed Income Analysis3
REAL 405Real Estate Developtment3
REAL 460Real Estate Investments3
Concentration Electives
Complete 6 credits from the following:6
Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis
Money and Banking
Business Forecasting and Analytics
Real Estate Internship
Investments
Financial Derivatives
Leadership
Consumer Behavior
Sales Management
Sales Leadership and Negotiation
Real Estate Law
Business Administration Major Electives
Complete 6 credits from the list below.6
Total Credits30

Retail Merchandising and Management Concentration

Required Concentration Courses
Foundation Courses
INBS 250Introduction to International Business3
MKTG 310Services Marketing3
MKTG 341Consumer Behavior3
MKTG 442Marketing Research3
Industry Courses
INBS 440International Retailing3
MKTG 307Retail Marketing and Management3
MKTG 309Buying and Distribution Strategies3
MKTG 483Seminar in Retail Management3
Applied Courses
MKTG 325Practicum in E-Retailing3
MKTG 351Retail Co-op Education3
or MKTG 451 Internship in Retail Management
Business Administration Major Electives
Complete 3 credits from the list below.3
Total Credits33

Business Administration Major Electives

Required or elective concentration courses will not count as major electives
General Business
BUGN 295Elements of Business3
Cooperative Education
COED 401Cooperative Education Experience I3-8
COED 402Cooperative Education Experience II3-8
COED 403Cooperative Education Experience III3-8
COED 404Cooperative Education Experience IV3-8
Economics
Entrepreneurship
ENTR 201The Entrepreneurial Mindset and Innovation3
ENTR 260Introduction to Innovation and 3D Printing3
ENTR 290Special Topics in Entrepreneurship3
ENTR 301Creating Your Startup Business Model3
ENTR 302Preparing to Pitch and Launch Your Startup3
ENTR 303Create and Pitch Your Startup6
ENTR 310Entrepreneurial Accounting and Finance3
ENTR 320Marketing for Entrepreneurs3
ENTR 350Entrepreneurship Cooperative Education1-3
ENTR 360Advanced Innovation and Digitally Mediated Making3
ENTR 401The Legal Entrepreneurial Journey3
ENTR 420Growing Your Startup Company3
ENTR 460Applied Digital Innovation Design, and Lean Fabrication3
ENTR 491Independent Study in Entrepreneurship3
Finance
FINC 209Personal Finance3
FINC 221Introduction to Finance3
FINC 318Introduction to Financial Planning3
FINC 322Corporate Finance3
FINC 326Investments3
FINC 327International Financial Management3
FINC 350Special Topics in Finance3
FINC 410Computer Applications in Economics and Finance3
FINC 423Advanced Corporate Finance3
FINC 425Working Capital Management3
FINC 430Financial Derivatives3
FINC 431Advanced International Financial Management3
FINC 490Advanced Investment Analysis3
FINC 491Cooperative Education in Finance3-8
FINC 495Student Managed Fund3
Hospitality and Tourism
HSET 208Leisure and Recreation in Society3
HSET 250Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism3
HSET 255Professional Development in Hospitality, Sports, Events, Tourism3
HSET 260Sport Sales3
HSET 302Managing Facilities in Hospitality, Sports, Events, and Tourism3
HSET 315International Tourism Marketing and Management3
HSET 320Sports Marketing3
HSET 321Event Marketing and Management I3
HSET 325Service Management3
HSET 330Resort and Cruise Management3
HSET 335International Experience in Hospitality, Sports, Events, and Tourism3
HSET 340Restaurant Management and Operations3
HSET 350Club Management3
HSET 353Legal Issues in Hospitality and Tourism3
HSET 354Analytics for Sports and Entertainment Industries3
HSET 355Hospitality, Sports, Events, and Tourism Co-op Ed3
HSET 356Entertainment, Theme Park, and Attractions Industries3
HSET 360Casino Management3
HSET 365Event Marketing and Management II3
HSET 366Budget and Financial Analysis in Hospitality, Sports, Events, and Tourism3
HSET 370Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Technologies in Hospitality3
HSET 375Property and Community Association Management3
HSET 380Lodging Management3
HSET 385Human Resource Management in Hospitality, Sports, Events, and Tourism3
HSET 390Food and Beverage Management3
HSET 392Special Topics in Hospitality Management1-6
HSET 395Information Systems and Technology in Hospitality, Sports, Events, and Tourism3
HSET 480Revenue Management in Hospitality, Sports, Events, and Tourism3
HSET 492Independent Study in Hospitality, Sports, Events, and Tourism1-3
HSET 493Special Topics in Leisure and Tourism3
International Business
INBS 250Introduction to International Business3
INBS 347Export/Import Marketing Process3
INBS 349International Marketing3
INBS 350Cross-Cultural Behavior and Negotiation3
INBS 440International Retailing3
INBS 482International Business Co-op Ed3
Information and Decision Science
INFO 230Introduction to Business Co-Op Work Exp3-6
INFO 301Business Decision Making3
INFO 306Introduction to Web Development3
INFO 310Database Management Systems3
INFO 342Information Technology Infrastructure3
INFO 351Fundamentals of Project Management3
INFO 357Programming for Business3
INFO 360MIS Co-Op3
INFO 361Information Technology Projects3
INFO 365Foundations of Business Analytics3
INFO 366Managing Big Data3
INFO 367Structured Data Analytics3
INFO 368Unstructured Data Analytics3
INFO 400Business Analytics Capstone Practicum3
INFO 414Information Security System Management3
INFO 416Business Process Analysis and Enterprise Systems3
INFO 440Data Analysis and Visualization3
INFO 470Electronic Commerce: Creating Business Value Using Information Technology3
INFO 476Data Mining for Business3
INFO 488Business Application with Artificial Intelligent (AI) Systems3
INFO 491Independent Study in Information Systems3
INFO 492Special Topics in Information Systems1-3
INFO 496Advanced Systems Analysis and Design3
Management
MGMT 305Negotiations in the Workplace3
MGMT 314Corporate Social Responsibility: Global Strategies3
MGMT 315Organizational Behavior3
MGMT 316Human Resource Management3
MGMT 318Leadership3
MGMT 327Training, Development, and Career Planning3
MGMT 331Family Business3
MGMT 332Diversity In Business3
MGMT 335Small Business Management3
MGMT 356Cross-Cultural Behavior and Management3
MGMT 363Business and Society3
MGMT 392Management Cooperative Education3
MGMT 415Organizational Theory: Macro Approaches3
MGMT 416Global Talent Management3
MGMT 417Total Rewards: Compensation and Benefits3
MGMT 431Strategic Business Execution3
MGMT 433Entrepreneurship and Innovation3
MGMT 436Strategic Project Management3
MGMT 491Business Consulting3
MGMT 492Special Topics in Management1-3
Marketing
MKTG 250Professional Selling3
MKTG 307Retail Marketing and Management3
MKTG 309Buying and Distribution Strategies3
MKTG 310Services Marketing3
MKTG 322Customer Relationship Management Practicum3
MKTG 325Practicum in E-Retailing3
MKTG 341Consumer Behavior3
MKTG 342Sales Management3
MKTG 344Integrated Marketing Communications3
MKTG 345Nonprofit Operations and Marketing3
MKTG 348Digital Marketing3
MKTG 350Pharmaceutical and Health Care Marketing3
MKTG 351Retail Co-op Education3
MKTG 360Brand Management3
MKTG 365Sustainability and Green Marketing3
MKTG 442Marketing Research3
MKTG 443Sales Leadership and Negotiation3
MKTG 446Marketing Strategy and Implementation3
MKTG 447Marketing Analytics3
MKTG 451Internship in Retail Management3
MKTG 482Independent Owned and Franchised Retailing3
MKTG 483Seminar in Retail Management3
MKTG 490Marketing Co-op Ed3
MKTG 492Independent Study in Marketing1-3
MKTG 493Special Topics in Marketing1-3
Real Estate
REAL 204Real Estate Principles and Practice3
REAL 305Commercial Real Estate Analysis3
REAL 360Mortgage and Fixed Income Analysis3
REAL 405Real Estate Developtment3
REAL 460Real Estate Investments3
ECON 201Data Analysis Tools in Economics and Business3
ECON 203Fundamental Mathematics for Economics3
ECON 206Managerial Economics3
ECON 207Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis3
ECON 208Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis3
ECON 215The Economics of Social Problems3
ECON 221Economics of Professional Sports3
ECON 224Financial Economics3
ECON 240Economics of Time and Mind3
ECON 301Money and Banking3
ECON 303Economic Growth and Development3
ECON 308Public Finance3
ECON 310Urban and Regional Economics3
ECON 311Labor Economics3
ECON 314Development of Economic Thought3
ECON 317Quantitative Methods for Economics3
ECON 324Capital Markets and Financial Institutions3
ECON 370International Economics3
ECON 371World Trade and Investment3
ECON 390Applied Econometrics3
ECON 398Economics Independent Study1-3
ECON 405Economic Development of Sub-Saharan Africa3
ECON 407Economics of Industrial Organization3
ECON 408Strategic Thinking and Game Theory3
ECON 412Business Forecasting and Analytics3
ECON 422Globalization and World Development3
ECON 430International Macroeconomic Policy3
ECON 432International Financial Markets and Investment3

General Education Requirements

Click here for a list of courses that fulfill General Education categories.

A. New Student Seminar
Complete a 1 credit New Student Seminar course.1
C. Communication
1. Writing 3
2. Literature3
3. Communication3
D. Fine and Performing Arts
Complete a 3 credit Fine and Performing Arts course.3
F. Humanities
1. Great Works and Their Influences3
2. Philosophical and Religious Perspectives 3
G. Computer Science
Spreadsheet Modeling for Business Decisions (Fulfilled in the major.)
H. Mathematics
Statistical Methods in Business (Fulfilled in the major.)
I. Natural Science Laboratory
Complete a 4 credit Natural Science Laboratory course.4
J. Physical Education
Complete a 1 credit Physical Education course.1
K. Social Science
1. American and European History 3
2. Global Cultural Perspectives3
3. Social Science Perspectives
Applied Macroeconomics (Fulfilled in the major.)
L. Interdisciplinary Studies
Applied Microeconomics (Fulfilled in the major.)
Total Credits30

World Languages and Cultures Requirements

Click here for a list of courses that fulfill World Languages and Cultures categories.

World Languages
Based on language placement exam, complete one or two sequential courses in the same language. Requirement is automatically fulfilled by language major courses.3-6
World Cultures
Requirement may be fulfilled by course selected in General Education - Social Science: Global Cultural Perspectives. Requirement may also be fulfilled by major coursework. See list of courses.0-3
Total Credits3-9

Recommended Roadmap to Degree Completion

This recommended four-year plan is provided as an outline for students to follow in order to complete their degree requirements within four years.  This plan is a recommendation and students should only use it in consultation with their academic advisor.

Business Analytics Concentration

First Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION: (A) New Student Seminar1GENERAL EDUCATION: (C2) Literature3
GENERAL EDUCATION: (C1) Writing3ECON 1013
GENERAL EDUCATION: (C3) Communication3INFO 2403
ECON 1023INFO 2903
INFO 1733MGMT 2013
MATH 100 (If needed) or Free Elective)3 
 16 15
Second Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
ACCT 2043BUGN 3100
BSLW 2353FINC 3003
BUGN 2803INFO 3003
INFO 3103INFO 3573
INFO 3653MGMT 3003
 MKTG 3003
 15 15
Third Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION (F1) Humanities – Great Works and Their Influences3GENERAL EDUCATION (K1) Social Science – American and European History3
GENERAL EDUCATION (I) Natural Science Laboratory4GENERAL EDUCATION: (K2) Social Science – Global Cultural Perspectives3
World Language 13World Language 23
INFO 3673INFO 3663
Concentration Elective3INFO 3683
 16 15
Fourth Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION: (D) Fine and Performing Arts3GENERAL EDUCATION: (F2) Humanities – Philosophical and Religious Perspectives3
GENERAL EDUCATION: (J) Physical Education1World Cultures3
BUGN 3200INFO 4003
MGMT 4393Free Elective3
Concentration Elective3Free Elective3
Free Elective3 
 13 15
Total Credits 120

Entrepreneurship Concentration

First Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION: (A) New Student Seminar1GENERAL EDUCATION: (C2) Literature3
GENERAL EDUCATION: (C1) Writing3ECON 1013
GENERAL EDUCATION: (C3) Communication3INFO 2403
ECON 1023INFO 2903
INFO 1733MGMT 2013
Free Elective or MATH 100 if needed3 
 16 15
Second Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION: (K1) Social Science – American and European History3BUGN 3100
World Language 13ENTR 2013
ACCT 2043FINC 3003
BSLW 2353INFO 3003
BUGN 2803MGMT 3003
 MKTG 3003
 15 15
Third Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION (F1) Humanities – Great Works and Their Influences3GENERAL EDUCATION: (K2) Social Science – Global Cultural Perspectives3
GENERAL EDUCATION (I) Natural Science Laboratory4World Language 23
ENTR 3013ENTR 4203
ENTR 3023Concentration Elective3
Concentration Elective3Major Elective3
 16 15
Fourth Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION (J) Physical Education1GENERAL EDUCATION: (D) Fine and Performing Arts3
MGMT 4393GENERAL EDUCATION (F2) Humanities – Philosophical and Religious Perspectives3
BUGN 3200World Cultures3
Concentration Elective3Free Elective3
Business Major Elective3Free Elective3
Free Elective3 
 13 15
Total Credits 120

Finance Concentration

First Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION: (A) New Student Seminar1GENERAL EDUCATION: (C2) Literature3
GENERAL EDUCATION: (C1) Writing3ACCT 2013
GENERAL EDUCATION: (C3) Communication3ECON 101 (Fulfills General Education K3 category)3
ECON 102 (Fulfills General Education L category.)3INFO 2403
INFO 173 (Fulfills General Education G category.)3INFO 2903
MATH 1003 
 16 15
Second Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION: (K1) Social Science – American and European History3GENERAL EDUCATION (F1) Humanities – Great Works and Their Influences3
BSLW 2353BUGN 3100
BUGN 2803FINC 3003
FINC 2213INFO 3003
MGMT 2013MGMT 3003
 MKTG 3003
 15 15
Third Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION (I) Natural Science Laboratory4GENERAL EDUCATION: (K2) Social Science – Global Cultural Perspectives3
World Language 13World Language 23
FINC 3223World Cultures3
FINC 3263FINC 3273
Concentration Elective3Concentration Elective3
 16 15
Fourth Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION (F2) Humanities – Philosophical and Religious Perspectives3GENERAL EDUCATION: (D) Fine and Performing Arts3
GENERAL EDUCATION (J) Physical Education1FINC 4233
BUGN 3200FINC 4903
FINC 4303Free Elective3
MGMT 4393Free Elective3
Concentration Elective3 
 13 15
Total Credits 120

International Business Concentration

First Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION: (A) New Student Seminar1GENERAL EDUCATION: (C2) Literature3
GENERAL EDUCATION: (C1) Writing3ECON 1013
GENERAL EDUCATION: (C3) Communication3INFO 2403
ECON 1023INFO 2903
INFO 1733MGMT 2013
MATH 1003 
 16 15
Second Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION: (K1) Social Science – American and European History3BUGN 3100
World Language 13FINC 3003
ACCT 2043INFO 3003
BSLW 2353INBS 2503
BUGN 2803MGMT 3003
 MKTG 3003
 15 15
Third Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION (F1) Humanities – Great Works and Their Influences3GENERAL EDUCATION: (K2) Social Science – Global Cultural Perspectives3
GENERAL EDUCATION (I) Natural Science Laboratory4World Language 23
ECON 370 or FINC 3273INBS 4843
INBS 347, 349, or MGMT 3563Concentration Elective3
Concentration Elective3Major Elective3
 16 15
Fourth Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION (J) Physical Education1GENERAL EDUCATION: (D) Fine and Performing Arts3
BUGN 3200GENERAL EDUCATION (F2) Humanities – Philosophical and Religious Perspectives3
MGMT 4393World Cultures3
Concentration Elective3Free Elective3
Major Elective3Free Elective3
Major Elective3 
 13 15
Total Credits 120

Management Concentration

First Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION: (A) New Student Seminar1GENERAL EDUCATION: (C2) Literature3
GENERAL EDUCATION: (C1) Writing3ECON 1013
GENERAL EDUCATION: (C3) Communication3INFO 2403
ECON 1023INFO 2903
INFO 1733MGMT 2013
MATH 100 (if needed) or Free Elective3 
 16 15
Second Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION: (K1) Social Science – American and European History3INFO 3003
ACCT 2043FINC 3003
BSLW 2353MGMT 3003
BUGN 2803MGMT 3163
MGMT 3153MKTG 3003
 15 15
Third Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION (F1) Humanities – Great Works and Their Influences3GENERAL EDUCATION: (K2) Social Science – Global Cultural Perspectives3
GENERAL EDUCATION (I) Natural Science Laboratory4World Language 23
World Language 13MGMT 4363
Concentration Elective3Concentration Elective3
Major Elective3Major Elective3
 16 15
Fourth Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION (J) Physical Education1GENERAL EDUCATION: (D) Fine and Performing Arts3
MGMT 4393GENERAL EDUCATION (F2) Humanities – Philosophical and Religious Perspectives3
Concentration Elective3World Cultures3
Major Elective3Free Elective3
Major Elective3Free Elective3
 13 15
Total Credits 120

Management of Information and Technology Concentration

First Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION: (A) New Student Seminar1GENERAL EDUCATION: (C2) Literature3
GENERAL EDUCATION: (C1) Writing3ECON 101 (Fulfills General Education K3 category)3
GENERAL EDUCATION: (C3) Communication3INFO 2403
ECON 102 (Fulfills General Education L category.)3INFO 2903
INFO 173 (Fulfills General Education G category.)3MGMT 2013
MATH 1003 
 16 15
Second Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
ACCT 2043BUGN 3100
BUGN 2803FINC 3003
BSLW 2353INFO 3003
INFO 3103MGMT 3003
INFO 3423MKTG 3003
 Concentration Elective3
 15 15
Third Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION (I) Natural Science Laboratory4GENERAL EDUCATION (D) Fine and Performing Arts3
World Language 13GENERAL EDUCATION (K1) Social Science – American and European History3
INFO 3573World Language 23
INFO 360 or 3613Concentration Elective3
Free Elective3Free Elective3
 16 15
Fourth Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION (F1) Humanities – Great Works and Their Influences3GENERAL EDUCATION (F2) Humanities – Philosophical and Religious Perspectives3
GENERAL EDUCATION (K2) Social Science – Global Cultural Perspectives3World Cultures3
GENERAL EDUCATION (J) Physical Education1INFO 4963
BUGN 3200Free Elective3
MGMT 4393Free Elective3
Free Elective3 
 13 15
Total Credits 120

Marketing Concentration

First Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION: (A) New Student Seminar1GENERAL EDUCATION: (C2) Literature3
GENERAL EDUCATION: (C1) Writing3ECON 1013
GENERAL EDUCATION: (C3) Communication3INFO 2403
ECON 1023INFO 2903
INFO 1733MGMT 2013
MATH 100 (or Free Elective)3 
 16 15
Second Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION: (K1) Social Science – American and European History3BUGN 3100
World Language 13INBS 2503
ACCT 2043INFO 3003
BSLW 2353FINC 3003
BUGN 2803MGMT 3003
 MKTG 3003
 15 15
Third Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION (F1) Humanities – Great Works and Their Influences3World Language 23
GENERAL EDUCATION (I) Natural Science Laboratory4MKTG 3483
MKTG 3103MKTG 4423
MKTG 3413Concentration Elective3
Concentration Elective3Concentration Elective3
 16 15
Fourth Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION (J) Physical Education1GENERAL EDUCATION (D) Fine and Performing Arts3
BUGN 3200GENERAL EDUCATION (F2) Humanities – Philosophical and Religious Perspectives3
MGMT 4393GENERAL EDUCATION (K2) Social Science – Global Cultural Perspectives3
MKTG 4463World Cultures3
Concentration Elective3Free Elective3
Major Elective3 
 13 15
Total Credits 120

Real Estate Concentration

First Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION: (A) New Student Seminar1GENERAL EDUCATION: (C2) Literature3
GENERAL EDUCATION: (C1) Writing3ECON 1013
GENERAL EDUCATION: (C3) Communication3INFO 2403
ECON 1023INFO 2903
INFO 1733MGMT 2013
MATH 1003 
(if needed) or Free Elective 
 16 15
Second Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION (K1) Social Science – American and European History3BUGN 3100
ACCT 2043FINC 3003
BUGN 2803INFO 3003
BSLW 2353MGMT 3003
ECON 2083MKTG 3003
 REAL 2043
 15 15
Third Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION (F1) Humanities – Great Works and Their Influences3GENERAL EDUCATION (K2) Social Science – Global Cultural Perspectives3
GENERAL EDUCATION (I) Natural Science Laboratory4World Language 23
World Language 13REAL 4053
REAL 3053REAL 4603
REAL 3603Concentration Elective3
 16 15
Fourth Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION (J) Physical Education1GENERAL EDUCATION (D) Fine and Performing Arts3
BUGN 3200GENERAL EDUCATION (F2) Humanities – Philosophical and Religious Perspectives3
MGMT 4393World Cultures3
Concentration Elective3Free Elective3
Major Elective3Free Elective3
Major Elective3 
 13 15
Total Credits 120

Retail Merchandising and Management Concentration

First Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION: (A) New Student Seminar1GENERAL EDUCATION: (C2) Literature3
GENERAL EDUCATION: (C1) Writing3ECON 1013
GENERAL EDUCATION: (C3) Communication3INFO 2403
ECON 1023INFO 2903
INFO 1733MGMT 2013
MATH 1003 
(if needed) or Free Elective 
 16 15
Second Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION (K1) Social Science – American and European History3BUGN 3100
World Language 13FINC 3003
ACCT 2043INBS 2503
BUGN 2803INFO 3003
BSLW 2353MGMT 3003
 MKTG 3003
 15 15
Third Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION (F1) Humanities – Great Works and Their Influences3GENERAL EDUCATION (D) Fine and Performing Arts3
GENERAL EDUCATION (I) Natural Science Laboratory4World Language 23
MKTG 3073INBS 4403
MKTG 3103MKTG 3093
MKTG 3413MKTG 4423
 16 15
Fourth Year
FallCreditsSpringCredits
GENERAL EDUCATION (J) Physical Education1GENERAL EDUCATION (F2) Humanities – Philosophical and Religious Perspectives3
BUGN 3200GENERAL EDUCATION (K2) Social Science – Global Cultural Perspectives3
MGMT 4393World Cultures3
MKTG 3253MKTG 4833
MKTG 351 or 4513Free Elective3
Major Elective3 
 13 15
Total Credits 120