Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Courses will be offered in a systematic manner, i.e., where applicable, prerequisites must be completed before the student can enroll in subsequent high-level offerings. General Education and Elective Requirements are described in the following paragraphs.
General Education (30 units)
Students pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration must complete a breadth requirement of 30 General Education units. The Business Administration area requires that students select at least one course from among the disciplines listed below. Students may elect to take the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) exams to meet this requirement instead or in combination with courses. Credit given for General Education courses taken through CLEP exams is based on passing scores as determined according to the range of acceptable scores established.
Lower Division Core (15 Units)
The course descriptions for the following lower-division and upper-division requirements are listed according to individual disciplines.
Upper Division Core (36 Units)
Electives (36 Units)
In addition to completing General Education Requirements and a lower and upper division Core, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration students are expected to complete an elective program by selecting 36 units from among the disciplines listed below. Students may choose electives in either a breadth format or a specific area or areas of concentration. Courses should be selected with the approval of the Business Administration Faculty and/or Dean.
Required Capstone (3 Units)
Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Information System
The CIS major begins with a solid foundation of core courses in programming, network, and database design. These classes are designed to give students an understanding of the field and prepare them to make career decisions. With this foundation, CIS majors choose to pursue one of the following in-depth, career-focused tracks.