Suggested Four-Year Schedule

College of Business Administration

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

In general, 1000-level courses should be taken during the freshman year, 2000-level courses during the sophomore year, 3000-level courses during the junior year, and 4000-level courses during the senior year. Following these levels is particularly important for core courses. All prerequisite course requirements must be met prior to enrolling in any course. See the course description for each course. A typical schedule for a student in the BSBA degree is as follows:

  • First year (30-32 hours)
    • BA 1500, BIZX 1100 (4)
    • GSW 1110 and/or 1120 (3-6)
    • MATH 1260 or 1310, or both 1340 and 1350 (5-6)
    • BG Perspective courses and/or electives (20-24)
  • Second year (30-32 hours)
    • BIZX 2200 (1)
    • Admission courses: ACCT 2210, 2220; BA 2030; ECON 2020, 2030; MIS 2000; STAT 2110; STAT 2120 or STAT 2200 (24-26)
    • Four courses must be completed with at least a "C" by 45 hours. (All eight courses are required for graduation; STAT 2200 counts as two admission core courses.)
    • BG Perspective courses and/or electives (6)
  • Third and fourth years (60 hours)
    • BIZX 3300 (1)
    • Business core courses: BA 4060; ECON 3020, 3030, 3040, 3110, or 3510; FIN 3000; LEGS 3010; MGMT 3000 and 3600; MKT 2010 and OR 3800 (24)
    • Business core capstone course: BIZX 4000 (3) (following successful completion of FIN 3000, MKT 2010, MGMT 3000 and 3600, OR 3800, and BSBA admission)
    • Area of specialization (15-27)
    • BG Perspective courses and/or electives (6-18)

Although this represents the program for a typical student, students are encouraged to complete a minor and to participate in internships, cooperative education, and education abroad programs. Areas of specialization have more precise requirements, as shown on the following pages.