University of Wisconsin-Whitewater2002-2004 Undergraduate Catalog

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COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS

Phone: 262-472-1343
E-Mail: busecon@uww.edu Christine Clements, Interim Dean

 Donald K. Zahn, Associate Dean

 Janet E. Olson, Assistant Dean

 Carla M. Lenk, Business Outreach Director

 Samantha Samreth, College Advisor
 
 

DEPARTMENT CHAIRPERSONS
 
 

Accounting

 Robert Gruber

 Business Education/Office Systems

 Marcia James

 Economics

 Ashok Bhargava

 Finance and Business Law

 Ronald Crabb

 Management

 Yezdi Godiwalla

 Marketing

 Jimmy Peltier
 
 

MISSION STATEMENT
 
 

The mission of the College of Business and Economics is to primarily provide quality undergraduate education serving career-oriented students. The College will also provide a quality graduate program built upon existing undergraduate programs of excellence. Continuing education for the region will be offered through quality credit and non-credit programs. The College will meet its mission under the guidance of a faculty committed to excellence in teaching and sustained scholarship. Education is broadly interpreted to include experiences in and outside the classroom.
 
 

THE PROGRAM
 
 

The College of Business and Economics attempts to provide students with the skills and knowledge which will allow them to succeed in a business administration profession. We stress a close faculty-student relationship and encourage student activities which will help you develop professional skills. Students will have the opportunity to become involved in projects with business firms which will aid in this skill development. The programs of the College are based on a broad general education which provides students with a fundamental understanding of the society in which they live and work. College requirements develop students knowledge of the traditional functional area of business, the behavioral sciences, the management sciences and the systems approach to problem solving. Completion of the degree includes intensive study in a chosen major to prepare students for careers in the field of their choice.
 
 

The four-year program leading to the Bachelor of Business Administration degree is composed of four phases:
 

* Communication & Calculation and University Requirements and general education.
 

* Lower division business requirements.
 

* Upper division business core requirements.
 

* Major.
 
 

ENROLLMENT LIMITATIONS
 
 

ADMISSION POLICY FOR THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS
 
 

All students interested in pursuing a business major must declare "Pre-Business" as the major. Pre-Business students are eligible to enroll in lower division business courses after they have completed twenty-four units and possess at least a 2.50 combined grade point average. After a student completes fifty-four or more units and has satisfactorily completed or is enrolled in ACCOUNT 244, ACCOUNT 249 or ACCOUNT 341/342, ECON 211, ECON 212 and ECON 245, the student may apply for admission to a major in the College of Business and Economics. The student must also meet the information systems requirement prior to enrollment. All students with a 2.80 combined GPA or better will be admitted to a major in the College. A student whose combined GPA is less than 2.80 may be admitted based on an alternative formula. Application forms for admission to the College of Business and Economics are available at the Assistant Dean's Office and are completed during the required pre-business registration information meeting. A student who completes any business course with out having met the requirements for a business major cannot become a business major after completing the course.
 
 

Budget, enrollment, or other factors may cause these standards to be altered by the College. Students who have questions concerning admission should contact the Assistant Dean of the College of Business and Economics.

Students must complete course work in residence at UW-Whitewater in at least six courses (18 credit minimum) in their major field. A maximum of two transfer courses will be allowed in any major in the BBA curriculum.
 
 

BBA students may not take any courses offered by the College of Business and Economics or any BBA degree requirements (unique/lower/upper) on a satisfactory/no credit (S/NC) basis except those offered on an S/NC basis only by the department.
 
 

The College is organized into the departments of Accounting, Business Education/Computer & Network Administration, Economics, Finance and Business Law, Management, and Marketing.

Majors are available in accounting, business education, economics, finance, general business, management, human resource management, management computer systems, marketing, computer end-user technologies, production operations management and integrated science and business. The general business major is administered by the Assistant Dean. Students pursuing majors in accounting, finance, general business, computer end-user technologies, human resource management, management, marketing and production operations management can obtain these majors only in the BBA degree program in the College of Business and Economics. They may not be taken as primary or secondary majors in other colleges.
 
 

PROFESSIONAL MINOR IN BUSINESS STUDIES

College of Letters and Sciences
 
 

The Professional Minor in Business Studies is designed for students seeking a liberal arts education with preparation for a career in an area of business. This preparation in both liberal arts and business will also assist students planning to advance their career opportunities by seeking an M.B.A. (Master of Business Administration) degree.

Requirements for the nine approved areas of emphasis are described under the College of Letters and Science section. Within these emphases, however, variations are possible to meet the programmatic needs of individual students. A minimum GPA of 2.25 in the minor is required for graduation. Grades received for transfer courses that are counted in the minor will be included in determining the GPA in the minor.
 
 

COLLEGE GRADE POINT AVERAGE REQUIREMENT FOR GRADUATION
 
 

Students in the College of Business and Economics are required to have:

 1. a minimum combined transfer and UW-W GPA of 2.5

 2. a minimum combined transfer and UW-W GPA of 2.5 in all subjects offered by departments in the College of Business and Economics and in the Department of Management Computer Systems

 3. a minimum combined transfer and UW-W GPA of 2.5 in their major.
 
 

OUTREACH PROGRAMS FOR INDIVIDUALS IN THE FIELD OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT
 
 

The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, in cooperation with the University of Wisconsin Center at Waukesha and the University of Wisconsin-Extension, presents unique programs designed for adults who desire to continue their education in the field of business and management. Outreach programs offer the services of the University of Wisconsin system to the people of the surrounding area who cannot take advantage of the regular college programs because of personal commitments. The Business Outreach Program contains both credit and noncredit courses and is divided into four major areas:

1. Master's Degree Program in Business - A University of Wisconsin-Whitewater MBA or MPA (Masters of Professional Accountancy) degree can be earned through a program of graduate study on the Whitewater and Waukesha campuses. The program is designed to accommodate adult part-time students through special advising and evening courses. Classes and evening programs are offered at the following locations:

UW-Whitewater:

MBA Accounting

 MBA Decision Support System

 MBA Finance

 MBA Health Care Administration

 MBA Human Resource Management

 MBA International Business

 MBA Management

 MBA Marketing

 MBA Production Operations Management

 MBA Technology and Training

 UWC-Waukesha:

MBA Finance

 MBA Management

 MBA Decision Support Systems

 MBA Health Care Administration
 
 

These programs are identical to those offered in the full-time college program at Whitewater. The same admission standards, faculty, and courses are applicable.

2. Bachelor's Degree Program in Business - A program tailored for the adult who desires to earn a business degree is offered on campus. Courses are scheduled at night and during the summer to meet student needs. Freshman-sophomore courses are available at the Waukesha and the Janesville Colleges. All four years of baccalaureate degree work are available at Whitewater. Special advising and simplified enrollment procedures are provided.

3. Adult Special Education in Business - Some adults want to take only selected courses offered in the regular University curriculum to improve their business background. This program accommodates these people by scheduling many classes at night and off-campus. Depending on the course, certain prerequisites may be required. Counseling and special enrollment procedures are provided. A student may earn a maximum of twelve units as a special student. If any of these units are earned in 300/400-level courses, these units may not count toward the BBA degree should that student decide to pursue a BBA in subsequent semesters.

4. Management and Economics Development Program - Designed for further regional economic development through education and assistance, this program consists of two elements:

a. Management Development - These specially designed courses meet the needs of industry for timely educational programs on business subjects. Formats range from seminars, institutes, conferences, to tailored executive sessions. They are offered at convenient times at off-campus locations (including in-plant) throughout the area. Participants in this program will normally receive certificates upon completion, as well as Continuing Education units.

b. Economic Development - Research and consulting geared to the needs of regional communities and industry is provided by the University. The resources of the UW-System can be mobilized to help solve your problems. Requests for assistance under this program should be directed to the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. For more information call SBDC at 262-472- 3217.
 
 

STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
 
 

HONORARY SOCIETIES
 
 

Pi Omega Pi, a national honorary scholastic society for business education students, limits membership to spring-term sophomores, juniors, seniors and graduate students having a grade point of 3.0 or higher and who place in the upper 35 percent of their college class. The organization presents an annual award to the outstanding member. The local PSI chapter, a member of the National Association of College Honor Societies, has received national recognition for its service, publications, research, and other activities. It was founded by Professor Paul A. Carlson in 1932.
 
 

Beta Gamma Sigma is a national scholastic honorary society for students of business and management. Election to membership is the highest scholastic honor that a student of business can achieve. Membership is restricted to students of high scholarship and good moral character in institutions with programs accredited by the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business.

Financial Management Association Honor Society is a local chapter of the national Financial Management Association. It is an honorary organization in that membership is limited to finance majors who have a 3.25 grade point average and who have completed six finance units and to graduate finance majors who have a 3.25 grade point average and who have completed at least 1/2 of their program unit requirements. The local chapter has received national recognition with the Bronze award twice in the last ten years.
 
 

The Wisconsin Iota Chapter of Omicron Delta Epsilon, is an International Economics Honorary Society. It is dedicated to the encouragement of excellence in economics. It recognizes first and foremost scholastic achievement in economics. Second, it is a vehicle towards a better perception of and familiarity with economics. Through the establishment of closer ties between students and faculty, it promotes an understanding of economics greater than most classroom situations. In short, it helps its members advance both their own comprehension and the art and science of economics.
 
 

Membership in ODE is based on cumulative GPA and GPA in economics. Applicants must have earned at least 12 units in economics with the grade of C or better, and the GPA for all economics courses must be at least 3.0. Receiving lower than a C does not disqualify an applicant, but that course may not be counted in the 12 units. In addition, applicants must be of junior standing or higher and possess an overall GPA of at least 3.0
 
 

Sigma Iota Epsilon is an honorary professional fraternity in management. Undergraduate management, management computer systems, human resource management and production operations management majors are eligible to join. They must have a minimum 3.0 grade point average, at least 30 units of work or its equivalent at UW-Whitewater, and state their intention of continuing in the management curriculum. Graduate students must have a 3.25 grade point average and have completed nine units of graduate work, including at least three units of management at UW-Whitewater. The Sigma XI of Sigma Iota Epsilon was installed on the Whitewater campus in October, 1976 and its purposes are: to stimulate interest and achievement in the field of management, to stimulate scholarship and research through the development of the scientific approach of management problems, to facilitate contacts between students and business, and to recognize persons who have made contributions to the field of management.
 
 

Mu Kappa Tau is the national scholastic honor society in the field of marketing. To be eligible for membership, a student must rank in the top 10% of the junior class, the top 10% of his/her senior class, or rank in the top 20% of the students receiving graduate degrees.

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
 
 

American Marketing Association--Collegiate Chapter was formed by Whitewater marketing students to promote and develop interest and knowledge in the field of marketing. The Association's goals are to foster scientific work in marketing, to develop sound thinking in theory and practice, to improve methods and techniques of marketing and to develop public understanding of marketing. The collegiate chapter works toward the accomplishment of these goals by sponsoring marketing presentations of practicing businessmen, field trips, special events and by conducting projects for the business community. Membership is open to any student interested in marketing.

APICS - The Educational Society for Resource Management is the campus student organization for anyone with interests in the field of supply chain management, production, inventory, TQM, service operations, purchasing, and material requirements planning. An insight into the real world of Operations Management is obtained through numerous contacts with management of nearby business organizations at on-campus or Milwaukee APICS or Janesville APICS Chapter meetings. Also, an excellent opportunity is afforded chapter members to prepare for and take the APICS certification examinations in the various Production Fields.

Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is a nationally affiliated professional organization for any student interested in pursuing a career in human resources/industrial relations. The Whitewater chapter offers its members the opportunity to meet with human resource executives from Southern Wisconsin, to gain practical experience doing human resource projects, to receive assistance preparing for SHRM "Human Resources Generalist" accreditation exams, and to receive periodicals/newsletters discussing current human resource issues.
 
 

Beta Alpha Psi is the national professional accounting fraternity with chapters on over 200 campuses. Epsilon Rho chapter allows students to meet professionals and fellow students through the various activities held during the year. This gives students the opportunity to round out their academic training and learn about the accounting profession from those in practice. To become a member it is necessary to have attained sophomore standing and have a grade point of 3.0 both overall and in accounting courses. The organization is open to accounting, finance and information technology majors.
 
 

The Association of Information Technologies Professionals is an organization of students who have a strong interest in the field of computer information systems. This group fosters an interest in and an understanding of computer systems through professional presentations, seminars, senior and student level AITP conferences and field trips to regional computer installations. In addition, the chapter also sponsors a professional society banquet meeting with employers in the fall and a career day in the spring.
 
 

Delta Sigma Pi, an international business and professional fraternity, promotes the study of business, encourages the attainment of high scholarship, and provides opportunities for students to begin their professional development while in college. Membership is open to students majoring in various business areas.

The Institute of Management Accountants is a national professional society. UW-W is proud to have the first student chapter in Wisconsin and one of the first anywhere. This organization provides another opportunity to make contacts and learn from practicing professionals in accounting. IMA is open to all majors.
 
 

Marketing Education Association (formerly DECA) is the collegiate affiliate of the National and Wisconsin Marketing Education Associations. The purposes of MEA are to provide experiences for students who wish to continue their association with DECA, explore marketing education as a potential major, and participate with a small energetic group of students interested in marketing. Through experiences provided by MEA, future marketing education teachers will be prepared to assume their role as a DECA adviser at the secondary and postsecondary levels. Non-marketing education majors will have opportunities to develop management and communications skills and to learn more about the discipline of marketing through speakers, field trips, and conferences. Membership is open to any student from any college.
 
 

Economics Society is an organization of economics majors and minors and others interested in the field. Its purposes are to promote interest in and an understanding of economics through sponsoring lectures, panels, field trips, and other events; to promote economics as a profession; to improve contacts among students of economics, and to enhance student-faculty interaction.

Finance Association (FA) is a student membership organization open to all majors. FA serves undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in corporation finance, banking, investments, real estate and/or insurance. The Finance Association conducts speaker meetings, field trips, career orientation programs and social activities. Opportunities available for members include meeting people, networking, volunteer service hours and providing an informal channel for communication between students and faculty.

Law Society is an organization open to all students with an interest in law. The purposes of the Society are to advance the student's knowledge and experience in the field of law and to provide opportunities for communication with representatives from law schools and members of the legal profession. Guest speakers, field trips and special projects are some of the activities conducted each term by members of the society.

The Information Research Association's (ITA) primary goal is to provide students with a forum to expand their knowledge of the end-user information systems area. ITA sponsors business speakers, field trips, and PC seminars. Chapter activities include the sponsoring of a Computer Technologies Careers Day, writing an Alumni Newsletter, offering computer training seminars, and hosting a PC Day for high school students.
 
 

Phi Beta Lambda is the college level of the Future Business Leaders of America and is open to all students. PBL's purpose is to familiarize students with the demands and opportunities in the professions commonly associated with business. Guest speakers, field trips, and conferences around the state and nation are some of the activities included each year for members of this organization.
 
 

Pi Sigma Epsilon is a national professional sales and marketing coed fraternity. Membership is open to any student of good standing and major who exhibits interest in sales and marketing. Business, University and community oriented projects are employed during the school year to afford practical experience to the members and to finance the operations of the organization. The Beta Gamma chapter at Whitewater was founded on March 14, 1969, as the 51st chapter of Pi Sigma Epsilon and is sponsored by the Sales and Marketing Executives of Madison and Milwaukee.

Portfolio Management Group is a student investment club. Its purpose is to help students learn about the process of investing in stocks, bonds, options, futures, and other types of securities. The group hosts speakers, sponsors field trips, conducts a simulated stock trading competition, and enjoys social activities.
 
 

The General Management Organization (GMO) is a campus organization for students either majoring in or interested in general management. This group provides academic and career support for student majors through speaker programs, student interaction and student-faculty interaction. It also fosters an interest in and understanding of general management subjects of interest. Relevant speakers, seminars and opportunities to interact with the General Management Advisory Board are special features of the GMO.
 
 

Society for the Advancement of Management (SAM) is a national professional organization of managers in industry, commerce, government and education. The student chapter at UW-W has as its main objective the bringing together of executives in business and students preparing to go into administrative positions. The club offers guest speakers, business films, structured field trips, an all-campus Career Day, a spring symposium, management periodicals and newsletters to all students who aspire to managerial occupations.

The UW-W Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) team is a cadre of students on the UW-W campus that serve as intelligent and articulate exponents of the market economy and the American free enterprise system by conducting outreach educational projects. SIFE's mission is to establish and direct student-generated free market economic education programs on college and university campuses to bring America's collegian citizens to a better understanding of and a greater appreciation for the free enterprise system. SIFE's purpose is accomplished through the SIFE Teams' outreach projects within their communities and the presentation of these projects at the regional and national competitions. SIFE team projects are educational programs that convey to fellow college students and the surrounding communities' citizens a better understanding of current economic issues and a greater appreciation for the free enterprise system.
 
 

Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization-Whitewater Chapter is a student organization dedicated to inspiring the Entrepreneurial spirit in today's college students. CEO encourages this through the sponsoring of dynamic speakers, opportunities for international travel, networking through local and national conferences, and a variety of other unique educational experiences.

COLLEGE DEGREE REQUIREMENTS
 
 

BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (BBA)
 
 

You may earn a Bachelor of Business Administration from the College of Business and Economics. Successful completion of the 20-hour volunteer requirement and a minimum of one hundred twenty (120) units in the following areas is required:
 
 

University Proficiency

 General Education

 Diversity and Writing Proficiency

 College/Major
 
 

College Volunteer Requirement

 Students are required to complete 20 hours of volunteer work prior to graduation. Verification of completion of the volunteer requirement is required. For more information, contact the Assistant Dean's Office, College of Business and Economics.
 
 

Degree: Unique Requirement

 1. MATH 143 (GM)

 2. ECON 201 (GS) and ECON 202 (GS)

 3. SELECT ONE COURSE WITH SIGNIFICANT INTERNATIONAL CONTENT
 
 

Lower Division Core Requirements

1. 3 u. ACCOUNT 244 Accounting Concepts

2. One of the following courses: (Except Accounting majors   who are required to take ACCOUNT 341 and ACCOUNT 342)

 3 u. ACCOUNT 249 Managerial Accounting (Students cannot   receive credit for both ACCOUNT 249 and ACCOUNT 342.)

 3 u. ACCOUNT 341 Intermediate Accounting

 3 u. ACCOUNT 342 Cost Accounting

3. 3 u. ECON 245 Business Statistics

4. All BBA students must pass the computer applications competency test prior to admission to the College

Upper Division Core Requirements

 1. 3 u. BSEDCNA 353 Business Communication

 2. 3 u. FNBSLW 341 Business and Commercial Law

 3. 3 u. FNBSLW 344 Business Finance

 4. 3 u. MANGEMNT 301 Organizational Behavior

 5. 3 u. MANGEMNT 306 Operations Management

6. 3 u. MARKETNG 311 Marketing Principles

 7. 1 u. BSEDCNA 388 Career Information

 8. 3 u. MANGEMNT 489 Administrative Policy
 
 

Major Requirements (21-30 u)

(No minor is required)
 
 

Writing Proficiency is either included in the college core or listed with the major.
 
 

Electives to bring the total to a minimum of 120 units with a minimum of 60 units outside the College of Business and Economics.
 
 

INTERDEPARTMENTAL
 
 

MAJOR/EMPHASES
 
 

GENERAL BUSINESS (BBA)
 
 

MAJOR - 24 UNITS

 1.  SELECT 1 COURSE FROM EACH GROUP
      GROUP 1 ACCOUNT 341, ACCOUNT 451, BSEDCNA 344,
            BSEDCNA 348, ECON 353, ECON 354, ECON 431 AND ECON 437
     GROUP 2 FNBSLW 342, FNBSLW 345, FNBSLW 348,
            FNBSLW 360, FNBSLW 442 AND FNBSLW 446
     GROUP 3 MANGEMNT 310, MANGEMNT 320, MANGEMNT 351, MANGEMNT 456, MANGEMNT 387,  MANGEMNT 430, MANGEMNT 450
     GROUP 4 MARKETNG337, MARKETNG350, MARKETNG 351, MARKETNG 361, MARKETNG 412, MARKETNG 420, MARKETNG 429

 2. SELECT 12 UNITS (COURSE LVL 300 OR 400) FROM
 ACCOUNTING, BUS ED, ECONOMICS, FINANCE, MANAGEMENT, AND MARKETING WITH NO MORE THAN 12 UNITS FROM ONE DEPARTMENT, INCLUDING THOSE TAKEN IN REQUIREMENT 1 (STUDENT MUST MEET WITH ASSISTANT DEAN FOR APPROVAL OF COURSE SELECTION)
 
 

GENERAL    BUSINESS    ENTREPRENEURSHIP    EMPHASIS (BBA)

MAJOR - 24 UNITS
 1.  MANGEMNT 387
 2. MANAGEMNT 485
 3.   FNBSLW 446
 4. MARKETNG 321
 5. SELECT 12 UNITS FROM THE FOLLOWING:
 BSEDCNA 348, ECON 324, ECON 402, FNBSLW 345, FNBSLW 370, FNBSLW 348, MANGEMNT 320, MANGEMNT 419, MANGEMNT 466, MARKETNG 337, MARKETNG 350, MARKETNG 351, MARKETNG 412, MARKETNG 429, MARKETNG 432, MARKETNG 436, MARKETNG 444, MARKETNG 445
Note: No more than 12 units can come from one department, including requirements 1, 2, 3, and 4 above.

GENERAL BUSINESS INTERNATIONAL EMPHASIS (BBA)
 
 

MAJOR - 24 UNITS

 1. RELIGST 211 OR RELIGST 212

 2. SPEECH 424 AND POLISCI 351

 3. SELECT 15 UNITS FROM COURSES

 ECON 360, ECON 401, ECON 406, ECON 431,

 ECON 459, FNBSLW 410, MANGEMNT 410,

 MARKETNG 361 OR POLISCI 350

 MAXIMUM OF 6 UNITS PER DEPT
 
 

MAJOR - UNIQUE FOREIGN LANG - 16 UNITS

 1. SELECT 16 UNITS FROM FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT INCLUDING RETRO UNITS FOR PREVIOUS LANGUAGE STUDY
 
 

INTEGRATED SCIENCE - BUSINESS (BBA)
 
 

MAJOR - 42-52 UNITS

 1. SELECT 6 UNITS OF UPPER DIVISION BUSINESS COURSES FROM ONE OF THE FOLLOWING AREAS:

 ACCOUNTING, BUSINESS EDUCATION AND OFFICE SYSTEMS, ECONOMICS, FINANCE AND BUSINESS LAW, MANAGEMENT, MANAGEMENT COMPUTER SYSTEMS OR MARKETING.

 2. SELECT 15-20 UNITS FROM AT LEAST TWO OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING AREAS:

 a. BIOLOGY 141, BIOLOGY 142

 b. CHEM 102, CHEM 104

 c. GEOLGY 100

 d. PHYSCS 160 OR PHYSCS 162 OR PHYSCS 172 OR PHYSCS 173

 e. ANY BIOLOGY, CHEMISTRY, GEOLOGY, OR PHYSICS COURSE WHICH HAS ONE OF THE ABOVE AS A PREREQUISITE OR IS AN ADVANCED MAJORS COURSE. (STUDENTS TAKING PHYSICS COURSES, AS PART OF THE SCIENCE CORE OR SCIENCE EMPHASIS, THAT REQUIRE MATH 254 AS A PREREQUISITE MAY USE MATH 254 AS PART OF THEIR SCIENCE CORE 20 UNIT REQUIREMENT.)

 3. SELECT 12-17 UNITS, ALL FROM AT MOST TWO OF THE SCIENCE AREAS: BIOLOGY, CHEMISTRY, GEOLOGY, PHYSICS.

 4. BEINDP/LSINDP 481 INTEGRATED SCIENCE MANAGEMENT

 5. BEINDP/LSINDP 485 INTEGRATED SCIENCE-BUSINESS SENIOR PROJECT

 6. BEINDP/LSINDP 493 SCIENCE-BUSINESS INTERNSHIP
 

MINOR

GENERAL BUSINESS

MINOR - 24 UNITS

 1. SELECT 24 UNITS FROM COURSES

 ACCOUNT 244, ACCOUNT 249, FNBSLW 344,

 ECON 245 OR MATH 342 OR PSYCH 215,

 POLISCI 320 OR POLISCI 421, MANGEMNT 211 OR

COMPSCI 161 OR COMPSCI 162 OR COMPSCI 171,

 MANGEMNT 301 OR MANGEMNT 310, MANGEMNT 306, MANGEMNT 385, MARKETNG 311, SFTYIND 380 OR SFTYIND 381, LDRSHP 210 OR LDRSHP 220

 2. A MAXIMUM OF 2 TRANSFER COURSES & A MAXIMUM OF 3 UNITS IN SPECIAL OR INDEPENDENT STUDY, CORRESPONDENCE & INTERNSHIPS WILL BE ALLOWED

UNIQUE REQUIREMENT - 9 UNITS

 1. ECON 201, ECON 202 (GS) AND MATH 143 (GM)
 
 

The General Business minor was constructed to provide a variety of courses in the areas of accounting, finance, marketing and management and to provide the core courses which would allow the liberal arts graduate to study for an MBA.
 
 

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