Core Requirements: Learn an Enterprise Perspective
While it is crucial to gain expertise provided by a major, it’s even more important to be able to take an enterprise view of an organization so you can work across business disciplines and understand the impacts of decisions on all areas. To this end, every* College of Business Administration (CBA) major must complete a set of core classes that emphasize a global perspective, data analysis and interpretation, and enterprise thinking.
The following are the Integrated Core classes and examples of syllabi for each. Please note that the following syllabi are only illustrative, and will vary from semester to semester.
|Accounting and Finance —9 credits|
|6200:201||Accounting Principles I||3|
|6200:202||Accounting Principles II||3|
|6400:301||Principles of Finance||3|
|Business Analytics —9 credits||6200:250||Spreadsheet Modeling & Decision Analysis||3|
|Business Law —3 or 6 credits|
|6400:220||The Legal and Social Environment of Business||3|
|6400:321||Business Law I**||3|
|6400:322||Business Law II**
**Only Accounting majors are required to take Business Law I and II
|Management —12 credits|
|6500:301||Management: Principles & Concepts||3|
|6500:330||Principles of Supply Chain & Operations Management||3|
|Marketing — 3 credits|
*Economics majors are not required to complete the CBA core. Please contact your academic advisor for specific curriculum guides.