General Business Concentration
- Program Coordinator
- Professor James Lashley
The program is designed for those students who want to become generalists in business operations. Business persons frequently wear many hats. This sequence is designed for broad generalists and for transfer students with specialized backgrounds in business or related fields.
Degree preparation includes guest speakers, case studies, and written feasibility analysis of student-selected ventures. Students may tailor their programs of study by choosing a range of electives throughout the department.
The general business sequence is within the business administration area. It is designed to provide the student with a broad general overview of the basic functions in the business sector. Upon completion of this program, the student should be equipped with the basic knowledge and skills to begin in an entry level administrative position in the business or not-for-profit sector.
|BUAD 100||Business Math|
|MGMT 101||Introduction to Business|
|ACCT 201||Accounting I|
|ACCT 202||Accounting II|
|FINA 320||Principles of Finance|
|MKTG 331||Principles of Marketing|
|MGMT 241||Principles of Management|
|MGMT 344||Organizational Behavior|
|BUAD 350||Business Law I|
|BUAD 351||Business Law II|
|MGMT 449||Business Strategy & Policy|
|ECON 331||Money & Banking I|
|ECON 351||Business & Economics Statistics I|
|ECON 483||Quantitative Methods for Decision Making|
|ECON||Upper Level Elective (300-400)|
|MGMT 480||Production & Operations Management|
|BUAD||Any 300 or 400 level BUAD or economics courses|
Students should consult with their advisor to prepare and review their program of study.
Note: Calculus and computer skills courses may be used as School of Business electives.