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BACHELOR   OF   BUSINESS   ADMINISTRATION   DEGREE   PROGRAM   OVERVIEW   (120   hrs)     A.   University   Core   Requirements   (42   hours)   1. English   Composition   and   Rhetoric   (6   hrs):    (Minimum   grade   of   “C” required) a. ENGL   1310   College   Writing   I      b. TECM   2700   Technical   Writing   (required   for   BS/MS   Accounting   majors)   or    ENGL   1320   College   Writing   II   2.   Mathematics   (3   hrs):    College   level   math   course   (MATH   1190*   recommended   pending   placement)     3. Natural   Science   (6   hrs):    Any   two   natural   science   courses   (must   contain   labs)   4. Visual   and   Performing   Arts   (3   hrs):    Select   one   course   from   the   approved   list       5. Humanities   (3   hrs):    Select   one   course   from   the   approved   list   6. U.   S.   History   (6   hrs):    a. HIST   2610   U.S.   History   to   1865   b. HIST   2620   U.S.   History   from   1865   7. Political   Science   (6   hrs):    a. PSCI   1040   Texas/U.S.   Constitutions   b. PSCI   1050   U.S.   Government   8. Social   and   Behavioral   Science   (3   hrs):    Select   one   course   from   the   approved   list   (ECON   1110*   or   ECON   1100*   recommended)   9. Discovery     (3   hrs):   Select   one   course   from   the   approved   list (BUSI   1340   recommended)   10. Capstone:   (3   hrs)   BUSI   4940*   recommended   for   all   BBA   programs.    BUSI   4940   must   be   taken   in   graduating   semester B.   Pre Business/Lower   Level   Business   Foundation   Courses   (24 hours) 1. Economics   (6   hrs):    (Minimum   grade   of   “C”   required) a. ECON   1110*   Macroeconomics   b. ECON   1100*   Microeconomics   2. Communications   (3   hrs):    COMM   1010*   Introduction   to   Communications    or   TECM   2700*   Technical   Writing   3. Mathematics   (3   hrs):    (Minimum   grade   of   “C”   required) MATH   1190*   Business   Calculus   4. Introduction   to   Computers   in   Business   (3   hrs):    (Minimum   grade   of   “C”   required) BCIS   2610   Introduction   to   Computers   in   Business 5. Accounting   (6   hrs):    (Minimum   grade   of   “C”   required)    a. ACCT   2010   Principles   of   Accounting   I   (Financial   Accounting).    See   Note   2   below   b. ACCT   2020   Principles   of   Accounting   II   (Managerial   Accounting).    See   Note   2   below   6. Data   Analysis   with   Spreadsheets   (3   hrs):   (Minimum   grade   of   “C”   required).              DSCI   2710*   Data   Analysis   with   Spreadsheets   7. Free   Electives   (0 12   hrs):    The   number   of   required   free   elective   hours   will   vary   depending   on   course   selection   and/or   placement.    Students   must   complete   a   minimum   of   120   hours   for   the   degree.
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  • Fall '13
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