Degrees & Requirements

The Undergraduate Business Administration Department at the School of Business offers students four B.S. degrees: Accounting, Business Administration, International Studies and Business and Business Teacher Preparation.

  • Accounting (B.S.)

    Business Administration Core (40)
    ACCT 200 Spreadsheet Applications for Business (1)
    ACCT 301 Intermediate Accounting I (4)
    ACCT 302 Intermediate Accounting II (4)
    ACCT 310 Income Taxation (3)
    ACCT 340 Managerial Cost Accounting (3)
    ACCT 351 Ethics and Professional Responsibility (3)
    ACCT 401 Advanced Accounting (3)
    ACCT 409 Auditing (3)
    BUAD 203 Business Law I (3)
    BUAD 204 Business Law II (3)
    Total 67

  • Business Administration (B.S)

    ACCT 101 Foundations of Accounting (3)
       [or ACCT 201 Principles of Accounting I and (3) ACCT 202 Principles of Accounting II (3)]
    BUAD 132 Data & Decisions (4)
       [or STAT 161, STAT 162, or STAT 163]
    ECON 151 Principles of Microeconomics (3)
    ECON 152 Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
    BUAD 203 Business Law (3)
    BUAD 215 Leadership: Leading Innovation & Diversity (3)
    BUAD 305 Marketing in a Global Economy (3)
    BUAD 346 Innovation & Entrepreneurship (3)
    BUAD 351 Strategic Thinking & Complex Problem Solving (3)
    BUAD 441 Production and Operations Management (3)
    BUAD 445 Corporation Finance (3)
    BUAD 449 Capstone: Applied Management Policy & Strategy (3)

    + a minimum four (4) additional credit hours of BUAD courses (or Concentration courses) to fulfill the major requirement of 41 credit hours. Options of courses to fulfill the major include: BUAD 399 BUAD 350.

    Total 37-40 (core), 41 (major fulfillment)

  • Business-Teacher Preparation (B.S.)

    Departmental Requirements:
    Business Administration Core and Support (37)
    BUAD 203 Business Law I (3)
    BUAD 470 Internship (1)
    MATH 121, 123 or 151

  • Minor in Accounting

    A student majoring in a discipline other than management may minor in accounting by completing Accounting 201 and 202 and four additional courses selected from the following: Accounting 301, 302, 310, 340, 401, 409, or Business Administration 445.

  • Minor in Business Administration

    A student majoring in a discipline other than Business Administration may minor in Business Administration by completing ECON 151, ACCT 101, BUAD 345 and two additional courses selected from the following: ECON 152, BUAD 203, 215, 346, 351, 441, or 445.