Twelve or more credit hours and at least a 2.0 overall GPA.

Dept. Course Number Title Credit Hours Minimum Grade Co-Reqs or Pre-Reqs
ENG-W 131 Elementary Composition 3 C None

Note: This degree does not require meeting the requirements of a B.S. in Business.

General Education Component

Note: This is not a re-statement of the University’s General Education Requirement but a list of specific General Education courses which are also requirements or pre-requisites for course work in the school/major.

Dept. Course Number Title Credit Hours Minimum Grade Co-Reqs or Pre-Reqs
CSCI-C 106

Introduction to Computers and Their Use

3 C (or test out) None
Choose a second writing course from the following list.
ENG-W 231 Professional Writing Skills OR 3 C- ENG-W 131
ENG-W 234 Technical Report Writing OR 3 C- ENG-W 131
ENG-W 270 Argumentative Writing OR 3 C- ENG-W 131
ENG-W 290 Writing in the Arts and Sciences 3 C- ENG-W 131

MATH-M

122 College Algebra 3 C- (or test out) MATH-M 102
SPCH-S 121 Public Speaking 3 D- ENG-W 131
MATH-M 119

Brief Survey of Calculus

3 C-

MATH-M 122

BUS-K 201

Computer in Business

3 C-

CSCI-C 106 and either

BUS-A 201 or
ECON-E 150

ECON-E

150

Introduction to Economics

3
PSY-P 101 Introductory Psychology 1 3

Core Program

Dept. Course Number Title Credit Hours Minimum Grade Co-Reqs or Pre-Reqs

The following 6 courses (18 credit hours) must be completed:

ECON-E

150

Introduction to Economics

3

C-

Test into MATH-M 102/

MATH-M 117

or higher

ECON-E 200

Fundamentals of Economics

3 C- ECON-E 150
ECON-E 280

Applied Statistics for Business I

3 C-

MATH-M 122

BUS-K 201

ECON-E 281

Applied Statistics for Business II

(Must be completed in first 80 credit hours)

*May be taken concurrently if student earned a B in MATH-M 122

3 C-

BUS-K 201

ECON-E 280

*MATH-M 119

ECON-E 321

Intermediate Microeconomic Theory

3 C- ECON-E 200
ECON-E 322 Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory 3 C- ECON-E 200
Students must complete four of the following courses (12 credit hours).
ECON-E 323 Urban Economics OR 3 C- ECON-E 200
ECON-E 333 International Economics OR 3 C- ECON-E 200
ECON-E 338 Business and Economics Applications of GIS OR 3 C- ECON-E 200, ECON-E 280
ECON-E 340 Labor Economics OR 3 C- ECON-E 200
ECON-E 350 Money and Banking OR 3 C- ECON-E 200
ECON-E 470 Econometrics 3 C- ECON-E 200, 281

Required Electives

Students are required to choose two elective courses (6 credit hours) from the following options:

Dept. Course Number Title Credit Hours Minimum Grade Co-Reqs or Pre-Reqs
The following are recommended for those planning to pursue graduate studies in economics:
MATH-M 215 Calculus I 5 D- MATH-M 125
MATH-M 216 Calculus II 5 D- MATH-M 125
ECON-E 470 Econometrics (if not takes as part of the core requirements) 3 C-

ECON-E 200

ECON-E 281

The following are recommended for those planning to pursue law school:

BUS-A 201

Introduction to Financial Accounting

3 C-

Completion of MATH-M 102/

MATH-M 117 or

Test into

MATH-M 122 or higher

(12 Cr. Hrs)

BUS-A 202

Introduction to Managerial Accounting

3 C- BUS-A 201
BUS-L 201 Legal Environment of Business 3 C- None
BUS-L 303 Commercial Law 3 C-

BUS-L 201

POLS-Y 304 Constitutional Law 3 D-

POLS-Y 103

Additional courses permitted:

BUS-F 301

Financial Management

3 C-

ENG-W 231

SPCH-S 121

CSCI-C 106

ECON-E 150

BUS-A 202

(45 Cr. Hrs.)

BUS-F 302

Financial Decision Making

3 C-

BUS-F 301

ECON-E 280

BUS-F 420 Investments 3 C-

BUS-F 301

ECON-E 200

BUS-M 301

Introduction to Marketing Management

(OR BUS-M 300)

3 C-

ENG-W 231

SPCH-S 121

ECON-E 200

(45 Cr. Hrs.)

BUS-M 303 Marketing Research 3 C-

BUS-M 301

ECON-E 280
BUS-M 405 Buyer Behavior 3 C- BUS-M 301
BUS-M 301 Operations Management 3 C-

ENG-W 231

SPCH-S 121

ECON-E 280

(45 Cr. Hrs.)

GEOG-G 438

Advanced Geographic Information Systems

3 C- GEOG-G 338
GEOG-G 439

Seminar in Geographic Information Systems

3 C- GEOG-G 438

Additional electives as needed to meet degree requirements.

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