The degree requires 70-78 semester hours through the following courses:
|Select one course from the following:||4 sh|
|MTH 116||Applied Calculus|
|MTH 121||Calculus and Analytic Geometry I|
|ECO 111||Principles of Economics||4 sh|
|ECO 203||Statistics for Decision Making||4 sh|
|ECO 301||Business Economics||4 sh|
|ACC 201||Principles of Financial Accounting||4 sh|
|ACC 212||Principles of Managerial Accounting||4 sh|
|CIS 211||Management Information Systems||4 sh|
|BUS 202||Business Communications||4 sh|
|BUS 221||Legal Environment of Business||2 sh|
|BUS 311||Principles of Marketing||4 sh|
|BUS 323||Principles of Management||4 sh|
|BUS 326||Operations Management||4 sh|
|BUS 465||Business Policy||4 sh|
|FIN 343||Principles of Finance||4 sh|
|Select one course from the following:||0-4 sh|
|LSB 382||Professional Work Experience|
|LSB 381||Internship in Business|
|BUS 481||Internship in Business Administration|
|Sixteen hours of entrepreneurship courses, including:||16 sh|
One 300-400 level course from the Studies|
in Arts and Sciences course offerings (Expression,
Civilization, Society or Science). The course
selected must be taken in addition to the upper-
level GST and Advanced Study courses already
required, and it may not also count for any
other course in the student's program of study.
Advisors may assist students in selection of an
appropriate course which should enhance the
subject matter of the student's concentration.
|The following courses are to be taken in this sequence:|
EEA1: New Business Concepts and Market Justifications|
To be taken first term junior year.
EEA2: Writing and Defending the Business Plan|
To be taken second term junior year.
EEA3: New Enterprise Start-Up and Operations|
To be taken first term senior year.