Core Business Classes
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Business Core Classes
B.B.A. students, regardless of their major field of study,
are required to take the 33-credit-hour business core. These
courses are foundational prerequisites to other higher-level
courses in each area.
MANA 4320 Strategy and Problems in Management, is a capstone course and should
be taken during the student's last semester in residence.
Refer to the course description for prerequisite requirements
for this course.
Students are required to take the Major Field Test (MFT) exam as part of MANA 4320. Students will prepare for the exam through completion of the course work of MANA 4320.
are strongly encouraged to complete the B.B.A. math requirement
(MATH 1307 and 1308) their freshman year because
they are prerequisite requirements to many of the upper level
business courses. Likewise, students are strongly encouraged
to complete the accounting and economics requirements by the
end of their sophomore year. After a student has completed
approximately 55 hours of course work, he/she should concentrate
on completing the 3000/4000 level courses in the business
core. An academic advisor will offer direction regarding majors
as will various business faculty and mentors from within the
College of Business. The student is responsible for sequencing
his or her studies correctly to ensure that prerequisite requirements
are met. Attention to the requirements set forth in this catalog
and consultation with an academic advisor will eliminate any
Minor in Business
For a general business minor, the student
must take 21 credit hours including the following business
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