The B.S. degree with a major in business administration provides the student with a broad-based business major and affords the student an opportunity to select elective courses to complete an interdisciplinary studies minor. Graduates of this program would qualify for entry-level management or management trainee positions in marketing, finance, real estate, retailing and wholesaling, as well as positions in government or hospital administration. With an interdisciplinary studies minor, the business administration degree program contains 120 semester hours.
In addition to the completion of the Core Curriculum requirements and the Business Core requirements (courses required of all business majors) for students majoring in Business Administration, an interdisciplinary studies minor of at least 18 semester hours is required.
|MGT 308||Entrepreneurial Strategy||3|
|ACCT 311||Global Financial Statement Analysis||3|
|MGT 380||International Management and Business||3|
|MGT 315||Organizational Behavior||3|
Business Education Concentration
In lieu of a minor, students may take the 27 semester hours professional sequence for teacher certification in basic business. Those students choosing teacher certification will be eligible to take the TExES exam in basic business and will then be eligible to teach basic business courses in high school and in middle school.
|PSY 300||Learning Processes and Development||3|
|ETEC 424||Integrating Tech into Curricul||3|
|RDG 370||Reading & Literacy II||3|
|or RDG 380|| Comprehension and Vocabulary in Middle and High Schools|
|BA 125||Elem Comp Keyboarding||3|
|SED 300||Teaching Profession||3|
|SED 400||Pedagogy and Classroom Management in Field-based Environments||3|
|SED 401||Technology Infused Curriculum and Assessment in Field-based Environments||3|
|SED 404||Secondary Teaching Practicum||3|
|SED 405||Secondary Residency in Teaching||3|