Covid-19 Update: Fall courses offered in one of four options.

Honors Pathway for the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Freshman Year

Fall Semester
ENGL 1010 -  College Writing I
MATH 1210 – Management Pre-Calculus
ECON 2010 – Microeconomics
BUSI 1500 – Introduction to Business
Science Elective + Lab (4 cr)
 
Total:  16 credit hours
Spring Semester
ENGL 1020 – College Writing II
MATH 1220 – Management Calculus
ECON 2020 – Macroeconomics
MKTG 2010 – Marketing Principles
ENTR 1000 – Freshman Difference Maker Sem.
HIST xxxx – History elective
Total:  16 credit hours

Sophomore Year

Fall Semester
ACCT 2010 – Accounting/Financial
MIST 2010 – Business Info. Systems
MKTG 2100 – Professional Communications
Social Science Elective1
ECON 2110 – Statistics
Total:  15 credit hours
Spring Semester
ACCT 2020 – Accounting/Managerial
POMS 2010 – Intro to Business Analytics
FINA 3010 – Financial Management
LGST 2620 – Business Law
Science Elective + Lab (4 cr)
Total:  16 credit hours

Junior Year

Fall Semester
MGMT 3010 – Org. Behavior
POMS 3010 – Operations Mgmt
Manning 3000/4000 course
Social Science Elective1
Manning or Non-Manning Elective
Spring Semester
MGMT 3800 – Bus. Ethics
Manning 3000/4000 course
Manning 3000/4000 course
Arts and Humanities Elective1
Manning or Non-Manning Elective

Senior Year

Fall Semester
Manning 3000/4000 course
Manning 3000/4000 course
Manning 3000/4000 course
Arts and Humanities Elective1
Manning or Non-Manning Elective (3000/4000 level)
Spring Semester
MGMT 4900 – Strategic Mgmt
Manning 3000/4000 course
Manning 3000/4000 course
Manning 3000/4000 course
Manning or Non-Manning Elective (3000/4000 level)

PLEASE NOTE: The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration is completing a review of its program pathway. The revised pathway reflects committee recommendations. Each student is encouraged to work with their academic advisor to develop their individual academic plan that reflects their AP and dual enrollment credits, honor college requirements, career interest, and the experiential learning opportunities they wish to pursue.

1 One must meet the Diversity and Cultural Awareness ELO for most concentrations



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