Program Learning Objectives
Students graduating from our program will be able to:
1.1 Apply knowledge to identify opportunities and solve business problems.
2.1 Evaluate the social and ethical responsibilities of business organizations.
3.1 Exhibit the ability to work in a diverse environment.
3.2 Illustrate an understanding of business activities in a global environment.
4.1 Demonstrate effective written communication skills.
4.2 Demonstrate effective oral communication skills.
4.3 Demonstrate effective participation in teams.
- 60 units of upper division courses
- 2.0 GPA
- Graduation Writing Requirement (GWR)
- U.S. Cultural Pluralism (USCP)
|BUS 206||Business Professionalism and Career Readiness||2|
|BUS 207||Legal Responsibilities of Business||4|
|BUS 214||Financial Accounting||4|
|BUS 215||Managerial Accounting||4|
|BUS 342||Fundamentals of Corporate Finance||4|
|BUS 346||Principles of Marketing||4|
|BUS 387||Organizational Behavior||4|
|BUS 391||Information Systems||4|
|BUS 401||General Management and Strategy||4|
|BUS 404||Governmental and Social Influences on Business||4|
|Technology Management - Select from the following: 1||4|
|Lean Six Sigma Green Belt|
|Product Design and Development|
|Packaging Fundamentals (B7)|
|Packaging Polymers and Processing (B7)|
|Supply Chain Management in Manufacturing and Services|
|International Business - Select from the following:||4|
|Global Financial Institutions and Markets|
|International and Cross Cultural Management|
|Introduction to International Business|
|International Supply Chains|
|The Legal Environment of International Business|
|International Trade Theory|
|Senior Project - Select from the following:||4|
|Volunteer Income Tax Assistance - Senior Project|
|Senior Project I|
and Senior Project II
|Senior Project: Low Income Taxpayer Clinic|
|Applied Senior Project Seminar|
|Senior Project: Sales Development Program|
|Applied Senior Project|
|Concentration courses (see below)||24-28|
|ECON 222||Macroeconomics (D2) 2||4|
|MATH 221||Calculus for Business and Economics (B1) 2,3||4|
|STAT 251||Statistical Inference for Management I (B1) 2,4||4|
|STAT 252||Statistical Inference for Management II 4||5|
|GENERAL EDUCATION (GE)|
|(See GE program requirements below.)||60|
|FREE ELECTIVES 1|
If a GE course is used to satisfy a major, support, elective, or concentration requirement, additional units of Free Electives may be required to complete the 180 total unit requirement.
Required in Support; also satisfies GE.
Students should follow the advising footnote under the SUPPORT section of the Economics major: “Students pursuing the Quantitative Analysis Concentration should take MATH 141 and MATH 142 instead of MATH 221”.
STAT 301 (4 units) and STAT 302 (4 units) may be used as a substitute for STAT 251 (4 units) and STAT 252 (5 units). All students must still complete two approved GE B1 courses. STAT 301 and STAT 302 are not GE courses.
Students may elect to complete curriculum from the following concentrations:
- Consumer Packaging
- Financial Management
- Information Systems
- Management and Human Resources
- Marketing Management
- Quantitative Analysis
- Real Estate Finance
General Education (GE) Requirements
- 72 units required, 12 of which are specified in Major and/or Support.
- See the complete GE course listing.
- Minimum of 12 units required at the 300 level.
|A3||Reasoning, Argumentation and Writing||4|
|Area B||Math, Science, and Quantitative Reasoning|
|B1||Mathematics/Statistics (8 units in Support) 1||0|
|B4||One lab taken with either a B2 or B3 course|
|Area C||Arts and Humanities|
|Area C elective||(Choose one course from C1-C5)||4|
|Area D||Society and the Individual|
|D1||The American Experience (Title 5, Section 40404 requirement)||4|
|D2||Political Economy (4 units in Support) 1||0|
|D3||Comparative Social Institutions||4|
|Area E||Lifelong Learning and Self-Development|
Required in Support; also satisfies GE