Management

Curriculum Requirement

Name _______________________________________ SID__________________________________________

Date Entered Management Program _________________ Phone _________________ Date___________

 

* NOTICE: If you are considering continuing your education at a four-year college and substitute English 155 and 156, you MUST add Speech 205 to your graduation requirements. Consult your advisor for additional information.

 

COURSE NO. COURSE TITLE CREDITS SCHEDULE GRADE

 

FALL

BUS 101 Introduction to Business 3.0 __________ __________

CPT 170 Microcomputer Applications 3.0 __________ __________

ENG 155/101* Communications I 3.0 __________ __________

BAF 101 Personal Finance 3.0 __________ __________

MGT 101 Principles of Management 3.0 __________ __________

 

SPRING

ACC 101 Principles of Accounting I 3.0 __________ __________

ENG 156/102*/SPC 205* Communications II 3.0 __________ __________

MAT 155 Contemporary Mathematics 3.0 __________ __________

MKT 101 Marketing 3.0 __________ __________

PSY 120/201 Organizational Psychology 3.0 __________ __________

 

FALL

BUS 121 Business Law 3.0 __________ __________

BUS 220 Business Ethics 3.0 __________ __________

ECO 101/210/211 Basic Economics 3.0 __________ __________

MGT 120 Small Business Management 3.0 __________ __________

_______ Business Elective 3.0 __________ __________

_______ Business Elective 3.0 __________ __________

 

SPRING

BAF 260 Financial Management 3.0 __________ __________

MGT 150 Fundamentals of Supervision 3.0 __________ __________

MGT 201 Human Resources Management 3.0 __________ __________

MGT 240 Management Decision Making 3.0 __________ __________

_______ General Elective** 3.0 __________ __________

_______ Humanities 3.0 __________ __________

TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS 66.0

 

Business electives - selected from:

BUS 128

BUS 135

BUS 136

BUS 210

BUS 230

BUS 260

BUS 268

BUS 275

MGT 110

MGT 120

MGT 210

MGT 235

MKT 110

MKT 130

MKT 140

MKT 141

MKT 150

MKT 240

MKT 250

 

 

** General Electives may be from any curriculum. Note: MAT 101 CANNOT be used for elective credit towards graduation.

Humanities may be selected from literature, history, foreign language, art, music, philosophy, technology and culture.

 

Revised April 2007

 

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