B.S. in B.A Economics General Education RequirementsThe General Requirements (GER) courses are in Writing, Oral Communications, the Natural Sciences, Mathematics, Societies & Institutions, Artistic & Literary Perspectives and Personal & Social Responsibility. These courses provide students with a broad-range of education that will provide a base of knowledge to better enable students to develop the analytical skills needed in the world of business. General Education Requirements (GER)English 1550, Writing I & English 1551, Writing II Philosophy 2625, Introduction to Professional Ethics Artistic & Literary Perspectives Elective(s) CMST 1545, Communication Theory & Practice Natural Science Electives Societies & Institutions Psychology 1560, General Psychology GER Elective (Artistic & Literary Perspectives or Natural Science Elective) Business Tool Courses Business 1500, Exploring BusinessMath 1552, Applied Math for ManagementEconomics 2610, Principles 1 Economics 2630, Principles 2 Management 2604, Legal Environment of Business Accounting 2602, Financial Accounting Accounting 2603, Managerial Accounting Economics 3790, Statistics for Business & EconomicsBusiness Core CoursesFin 3720, Business Finance Mkgt 3703, Marketing Concepts and Practices Mgt 3725, Fundamentals of Management Mgt 4850, Strategic Management & Leadership Business Core Overrides Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (B.S. in B.A.) degree-seeking students must have a declared major in order to register for Finance 3720, Marketing 3702 and Marketing 3703. Management 4850 requires a course override. It is the capstone course for all business majors. Overrides for Management 4850 are distributed by the WCBA academic advisors.
B.S.B.A Degree: Suggested First-Year Schedule (for ALL Majors)FALL SEMESTER SPRING SEMESTER ENGL 1550, Writing 1 ENGL 1551, Writing 2 MATH 1552, Applied Math for Management CMST 1545, Communication Foundations BUS 1500, Exploring Business PSYCH 1560, Gen. Psychology Laboratory Science Elective Artistic & Literary Perspective Elective ECON 2610, Principles 1 ECON 2630, Principles 2 17 Semester Hours 15 Semester Hours
Suggested Second-Year Schedule (for ALL Majors)FALL SEMESTER SPRING SEMESTER MGMT 2604, Legal Envt. of Bus. 1 ECON 3790, Statistics for Business & Economics PHIL 2625, Intro to Professional Ethics ACCTG 2603, Man. Accounting ACCTG 2602, Financial Accounting Artistic & Literary Perspective or Natural Science Elective Selected Topics Elective Natural Science Elective Artistic & Literary Perspective Elective Societies & Institutions Elective CSIS 1590 (for MIS majors) 18 Semester Hours 17 Semester Hours
Economics Major Suggested Third Year ScheduleFALL SEMESTER SPRING SEMESTER ECON 3712, Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory ECON 3710, Intermediate Microeconomic Theory FIN 3720, Business Finance MKTG 3702, Intro to Business Professionalism MGT 3761, Info Systems for Management MKTG 3703, Marketing Concepts & Practice Economics Upper Division Elective Economics Upper Division Elective Non-Business Elective MGT 3725, Fund. of Management Business Upper Division Elective Non-Business Elective 15 Semester Hours 16 Semester Hours
Economics Major Suggested Fourth Year ScheduleFALL SEMESTER SPRING SEMESTER FIN 4839, Int'l Acctg + Fin or MGT 4890, MGT 4850, Strategic Management & Leadership - Int'l Business or MKTG 4845, Int'l Marketing Economics Upper Division Elective ECON 4880, Analysis of Economic Problems Non-Business Elective Economics Upper Division Elective Business Upper Division Elective MGT 3789, Operations Management Business Upper Division Elective 15 Semester Hours 12 Semester Hours ©2009-2012. Williamson College of Business Administration and its licensors. All rights reserved.
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