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1 BUSINESS DEPARTMENT 00 Udvar-Hazy Business Bldg. (45) To find faculty & staff phone numbers and addresses, please consult the University Directory directory.php. Department Chair Kyle Wells Faculty Professors Department Secretary Nikki Smith Verl Anderson, Ph.D. (Business Administration) Munir Mahmud, Ph.D. (Economics) Kyle Wells, Ph.D. (Finance) Assistant Professors Debra Bryant, Ph.D. (Business) Scott Lindsey, Ph.D. (Operations Management) Helen Saar, Ph.D. (Finance) Instructors Bryon Geddes, M.B.A. (Marketing) Shandon Gubler, Ph.D. (Finance) Computer Information Systems Faculty Assistant Professor Linda Rogers, M.H.R.M. Instructor Janet Campbell, M.Ed. Advisors Katie Armstrong Quin Monson School of Business Dean Philip Lee, Ed.D. Program Description Administrative Assistant Stella Callagee The vision of the Dixie State University business program is to be a business school that students seek out for a quality education, handson experiences, and close student-faculty relationships in an environment that promotes the highest standards of professionalism and integrity. One step toward this goal was the founding of the Institute for Business Integrity in The Institute is chaired by Dr. Robert Huddleston, accounting faculty member and past president of DSU. Under his able leadership, ethics has been integrated throughout the curriculum and a series of ethics-related seminars is provided to students and the community. These seminars feature prominent business leaders from around the region. Core to our success is our faculty. Unlike large research institutions, the mission of the Udvar-Hazy School of Business focuses on teaching. The result is that DSU students have greater access to full-time faculty than at most major universities. Almost all of our full-time business school faculty hold earned doctorate degrees, most have extensive business experience, and all maintain their professional competencies through ongoing research and/or pedagogical innovation. Opportunities for practical learning are provided by a faculty rich in global business experience. DSU business students have been involved in providing small business training to students at a school for the deaf and blind in Russia, delivering computer equipment to students in Ecuador, consulting with the local dinosaur museum, providing volunteer tax assistance to students and local residents, and participating in any number of marketing and operations management projects for local businesses. Working with the Dixie Business Alliance (DBA), DSU business students have the opportunity to observe and work with local business startups. A glimpse of the accomplishments of DSU Business students reflects well on the quality of the programs. For example, seniors consistently place in the top 10 in an international strategy competition (among over 200 participating institutions from around the world). In addition, DSU students in DECA and PBL clubs consistently rank very high in state and national business competitions. What is the study of Business? Business students study specific areas of business, which include accounting, leading to careers at accounting firms, local firms and governmental agencies; finance, leading to careers in such areas as banking, brokerage activities and investment, and positions as financial analysts in industry; management, leading to jobs in various areas of management in business, government and other institutions; and marketing, leading to positions in sales, advertising, retailing, and distribution. Mission The mission of the Udvar-Hazy School of Business at Dixie State University is to prepare its students for successful employment, advanced learning, and service to community. We are committed to providing an environment that embraces experiential learning, stimulates academic excellence, and incorporates ethical considerations. Baccalaureate Programs The Business Administration bachelor s degree at Dixie State University is directed toward students who are seeking a general business degree. Training is provided in four basic areas of business: Accounting, leading to careers at CPA firms, local firms, and governmental agencies; Finance, leading to careers in such areas as banking, brokerage activities, and investment, and positions as financial analysts in industry; Management, leading to jobs in various areas of management in business, government and other institutions; and Marketing, leading to positions in sales, advertising, retailing, distribution, etc. This degree would be especially appropriate for students who want to manage small businesses or become entrepreneurs. The degree is also an excellent choice for students wishing to pursue a Master of Busi CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY 10

2 ness Administration degree. Emphases are available in Accounting, Finance, Management Information Systems, and Visual Technology. Program Goals 1. Provide students with core business knowledge and skills that enable attainment of advanced business degrees and success in a rapidly changing, competitive environment. 2. Develop students awareness of and analytical and decisionmaking skills regarding business ethics.. Establish partnerships with the community and alumni to produce an education that responds to local and industry needs and affords valuable, applied learning opportunities, and community engagement. 4. Employ a highly qualified faculty members who foster open, innovative, analytical, and student-focused learning environments. Support academically and professionally active faculty who model continuous improvement in their practice and service. Student Learning Outcomes 1. A working level knowledge of the core functional areas of business: A. Students will demonstrate a working level knowledge of core business functions in accounting, economics, finance, information systems, international business, legal and social environment, marketing, and management. B. Students will analyze a complex business situation, identify relevant functional business issues and suggest viable courses of action 2. The ability to apply higher levels of critical thinking: A. Students will process a complex business situation, utilize qualitative and quantitative analysis, and synthesize to develop sound alternatives for action.. The interpersonal and communication skills necessary to succeed in business: A. Students will deliver professional quality oral presentations. B. Students will prepare professional quality written presentations. C. Students will identify the essential elements of successful teamwork and will reflect upon their competency and experience in applying them. 4. The ability to identify and resolve ethical issues: A. Students will analyze a complex business situation, identify relevant ethical issues, and suggest ethical courses of action. Course Prefixes BUS, CIS, COMP, ECON, FIN, MAN, MGMT, MKTG, MILS, OPER, STAT Degrees & Certificates Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Accounting Emphasis Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Finance Emphasis Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Management Information Systems Emphasis Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Visual Technology Emphasis Associate of Science in Business Associate of Applied Science in General Marketing Associate of Applied Science in Operations Management General Marketing Certificate Business Emphasis in Integrated Studies BA/BS Management & Operations Emphasis in Integrated Studies BA/BS Admission Requirements To be considered for admission any School of Business program, an applicant must first be accepted as a Dixie State University student. Advanced standing status must be obtained prior to enrollment in any Business program course numbered 000 or higher. Students will need to meet with a business advisor and submit an Application for Advanced Standing prior to taking 000 or above level business courses. The Udvar-Hazy School of Business allows one semester of conditional advanced standing during which students can start taking 000 or above courses while completing pre-business requirements in that semester. To apply for advanced standing a student must: 1) Complete the following pre-business courses with a minimum grade C- in each and an overall Business GPA of at least 2.5 unless otherwise indicated: ACCT 2010 ACCT 2020 CIS 2010 COMM 1020 OR COMM 2110 ECON 2010 ECON 2020 ENGL 2010/A MATH 1100 MGMT 2050 STAT 2040 Financial Accounting Managerial Accounting Business Computer Proficiency (Grade B- or better required) Public Speaking Interpersonal Communication Micro Economics Macro Economics Intermediate Writing Business Calculus Business Law Business Statistics 2) Submit an application for advanced standing with the business advisor during the semester prior to completing pre-business courses. An application for advanced standing will be submitted during a personal appointment with one of the School of Business advisors: CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY

3 Katie Armstrong Appointments: Quin Monson Appointments: Conditional acceptance may be granted if all remaining pre-business courses can be taken during the semester of conditional acceptance. If a student does not complete the remaining lower division credits successfully (while earning a minimum C- grade in each course, unless otherwise indicated, and maintaining a 2.5 pre-business GPA and a 2.0 overall GPA), conditional advanced standing will be revoked. Students with revoked conditional advanced standing will not be allowed to take any further upper-division courses until all pre-business courses are completed and the minimum GPA standards have been met. Transfer students must also ensure that official copies of all college/ university transcripts have been sent to the Dixie State University Registrar s Office The application criteria listed above DO NOT GUARANTEE AC- CEPTANCE but are indicative of the minimum qualifications of students seeking acceptance to, or advanced standing in, the Business program baccalaureate programs. BUSINESS CAREER INFORMATION Career Strategies In addition to the required coursework in business, students can do the following to enhance their career opportunities: Gain relevant experience through internships or related part-time employment Develop good writing and oral communication skills Develop strong interpersonal skills Develop strong computer application skills Develop analytical, critical thinking, and problem solving skills Maintain a high grade point average and consider pursuing an advanced degree Career Opportunities* Business Administration graduates are in high demand in a variety of industries because they typically develop transferrable skills in critical thinking, problem diagnosis and solving, quantitative and analytical skills, and abstract thinking. Depending on the emphasis a student selects, a brief sampling of possible careers includes: Banking / Investment Banking Consulting Corporate and Public Finance Entrepreneur Human Resource Management Insurance Management Marketing Money Management Personal Financial Planning Real Estate Sales Students with an emphasis in Management Information Systems also have these career options: Database Administration Education/Training Network Administration Systems Development Technical Support Web Administration Consulting Students with an emphasis in Visual Technology also have these career aoptions: D / 4D Design Advertising Electronic Media Design Print Design Job Outlook* Workers in management, business, and financial occupations plan and direct the activities of business, government, and other organizations. Their employment is expected to increase 11-15% (about average for all careers) from 2010 to Employment of computer and information systems managers is expected to grow 18% between 2010 and 2020, which is about average for all occupations. Salary Range Earning potential varies by industry and position. For salary information by occupation, visit the Occupational Outlook Handbook on the Bureau of Labor Statistics website. *Information from the Occupational Outlook Handbook, Facilities The Business program is housed in a modern, student-friendly building equipped with the latest technology available. Clubs DSU students in Collegiate DECA and Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) clubs consistently place far above the national average in state, national and international business competitions. A glimpse at the accomplishments of our students reflects well on the quality of the programs. For example, the seniors consistently place in the top 10 in an international strategy competition (among over 200 participating institutions from around the world). Accreditation The Business program is pursuing accreditation through the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). Computer Requirement Students in Business programs are required to have their own personal computer for use throughout their degree program. Laptop computers are recommended, and all computers must be capable of running specialized business applications required in various courses, as well as Microsoft Office Suite CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY 105

4 Bachelor of Science in Business Administration 121 credits A Bachelor of Science in Business Administration has five basic components: 1. General Education & Institutional Requirements (some may be included in program requirements) 2. Pre-Business Requirements. Core Business Requirements 4. Business Electives 5. Other Business-Related Electives General Education & Institutional Requirements All DSU General Education and Institutional requirements must be fulfilled. A previously earned degree may fulfill those requirements, but courses must be equivalent to DSU s minimum General Education standards in American Institutions, English, and Mathematics. Institutional Requirement in Computer Literacy CIS 1201 Computer Literacy Exam 0 CS 1400/1410 Computer Programming 6 General Education Requirements ENGL 1010/A/D Intro to Writing ENGL 2010/A Intermediate Writing Mathematics GE course -5 American Institutions GE course Life Sciences GE course -5 Physical Sciences GE course -5 Laboratory Science GE course 0-1 Fine Arts GE course Literature/Humanities GE course Social & Behavioral Sciences GE course Exploration GE course -5 Two (2) Global & Cultural Perspectives GE courses 0-6 Pre-Business Requirements COMM 1020 Public Speaking COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication Core Business Requirements FIN 150 Managerial Finance I HUM 00 Multicultural Studies 2 MGMT 400 Management & Organizations MGMT 510 Business & Professional Ethics 2 MGMT 600 Production & Operations MGMT 4400 International Business ACCT 050 Accounting Information Systems IT 050 Management Information Systems Business Electives Complete 18 credits from the following (or other approved upperdivision business courses): ACCT 010 Intermediate Accounting I ACCT 020 Intermediate Accounting II ACCT 00 Cost Accounting ACCT 400 Tax Accounting I ACCT 440 Tax Practicum I 2 ACCT 500 Accounting Practicum Techniques ACCT 400 Advanced Accounting ACCT 4100 Auditing ACCT 4400 Tax Accounting II ACCT 4440 Tax Practicum II 2 ACCT 4600 Accounting Practicum ECON 500 International Economics FIN 200 Money, Banking, & Credit FIN 500 Financial Negotiations FIN 750 Introduction to Investments FIN 4150 Managerial Finance II FIN 4180 Entrepreneurial Finance FIN 400 Real Estate Finance CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY

5 FIN 480 Fin Modeling & Decision Making FIN 4400 International Finance IT 500 Electronic Commerce IT 550 Internet & E-Commerce Marketing IT 4450 Project Management MGMT 200 Small Business Management MGMT 700 Organizational Behavior MGMT 4000 Purchasing & Supply Mgmt MGMT 4200 Business Internship I 1- MGMT 4210 Business Internship II 1- MGMT 400 Human Resource Management MGMT 4600 Six Sigma I MGMT 4610 Six Sigma II MGMT 4900 Independent Research I 1- MGMT 4910 Independent Research II 1- MGMT 4950 Seminar in Business 1- MILS 200 Tactical Leadership MILS 210 Applied Leadership MILS 250 Staff Org & Operations 1- MILS 4200 Developmental Leadership MILS 4210 Adaptive Leadership MILS 4250 Ranger Preparation 2 MILS 450 Special Project 2 MKTG 450 Consumer Behavior MKTG 500 Promotion Management MKTG 515 Sales Management MKTG 900 Retail Management MKTG 4100 Marketing Research MKTG 4200 Entrepreneurial Marketing MKTG 4700 Marketing Strategy STAT 200 Advanced Statistical Methods VT 800 Corporate Identity Other Business-Related Elective Courses Complete 14 lower- or upper-division credits as approved by Business Advisor. 14 A course may only be used to fulfill one program requirement. 1. Complete a minimum of 121 college-level credits (1000 and 2. Complete at least 40 upper-division credits (000 and. Complete at least 0 upper-division credits at DSU for 4. Maximum 12 upper-division transfer credits may fulfill DSU Business program requirements. 5. Cumulative GPA 2.0 or higher. 6. Minimum B- grade in required CIS courses, 7. Minimum C- grade and 2.5 GPA in Pre-Business Requirement, Core Business Requirement, and Business Elective courses. SAMPLE EDUCATIONAL PLAN BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION FALL SEMESTER. 1st Year BUS 1001 FYE: Business 1 ENGL 1010 Intro to Writing MATH 1000 Intermediate Algebra (if needed) 4 General Education American Institutions SPRING SEMESTER, 1st Year COMM 1020 or Public Speaking or COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing MATH 1050 College Algebra/Pre-Calculus 4 FALL SEMESTER, 2nd Year General Education Life Sciences/Lab /1 SPRING SEMESTER, 2nd Year General Education Fine Arts General Education Literature / Humanities [GLOCUP] General Education Physical Sciences FALL SEMESTER, rd Year FIN 150 Managerial Finance I MGMT 400 Management and Organizations MGMT 600 Production and Operations SPRING SEMESTER, rd Year ACCT 050 or Accounting Information Systems or IT 050 Management Information Systems MGMT 4400 International Business Business Elective Upper-Division Business Elective Business Elective Upper-Division Business Elective CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY 107

6 FALL SEMESTER, 4th Year (1 credits) HUM 00 Multicultural Studies 2 MGMT 510 Business Professional Ethics 2 Business Elective Upper-Division Business Elective Business Elective Upper-Division Business Elective SPRING SEMESTER, 4th Year Business Elective Upper-Division Business Elective Business Elective Upper-Division Business Elective Mathematics GE course -5 American Institutions GE course Life Sciences GE course -5 Physical Sciences GE course -5 Laboratory Science GE course 0-1 Fine Arts GE course Literature/Humanities GE course Social & Behavioral Sciences GE course Exploration GE course -5 Two (2) Global & Cultural Perspectives GE courses 0-6 Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Accounting Emphasis 121 credits A Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an Accounting emphasis has five basic components: 1. General Education & Institutional Requirements (some may also be included in program requirements) 2. Pre-Business Requirements. Core Business Requirements 4. Accounting Emphasis Requirements 5. Business Electives General Education & Institutional Requirements All DSU General Education and Institutional requirements must be fulfilled. A previously earned degree may fulfill those requirements, but courses must be equivalent to DSU s minimum General Education standards in American Institutions, English, and Mathematics. Institutional Requirement in Computer Literacy CIS 1201 Computer Literacy Exam 0 CS 1400/CS 1410 Computer Programming 6 General Education Requirements ENGL 1010/A/D Intro to Writing ENGL 2010/A Intermediate Writing Pre-Business Requirements COMM 1020 Public Speaking COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication Core Business Requirements FIN 150 Managerial Finance I HUM 00 Multicultural Studies 2 MGMT 400 Management & Organizations MGMT 510 Business & Professional Ethics 2 MGMT 600 Production & Operations MGMT 4400 International Business ACCT 050 Accounting Information Systems IT 050 Management Information Systems Accounting Emphasis Requirements CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY

7 ACCT 010 Intermediate Accounting I ACCT 020 Intermediate Accounting II ACCT 00 Cost Accounting ACCT 400 Tax Accounting I ACCT 440 Tax Practicum I 2 ACCT 4100 Auditing Business Electives Complete 15 credits from the following (or other approved courses): ACCT 500 Accounting Practicum Techniques ACCT 400 Advanced Accounting ACCT 4400 Tax Accounting II ACCT 4440 Tax Practicum II 2 ACCT 4600 Accounting Practicum ACCT 4890 Accounting Internship I 1- ACCT 4891 Accounting Internship II 1- ECON 500 International Economics FIN 200 Money, Banking, & Credit FIN 500 Financial Negotiations FIN 750 Introduction to Investments FIN 4150 Managerial Finance II FIN 4180 Entrepreneurial Finance FIN 400 Real Estate Finance FIN 480 Financial Modeling & Decision FIN 4400 International Finance IT 500 Electronic Commerce IT 550 Internet & E-Commerce Marketing MGMT 200 Small Business Management MGMT 700 Organizational Behavior MGMT 4000 Purchasing & Supply Mgmt MGMT 4200 Business Internship I 1- MGMT 400 Human Resource Management MGMT 4600 Six Sigma I MGMT 4610 Six Sigma II MGMT 4900 Independent Research I 1- MGMT 4910 Independent Research II 1- MGMT 4950R Seminar in Business 1- MILS 200 Tactical Leadership MILS 210 Applied Leadership MILS 250 Staff Org & Operations 1- MILS 4200 Developmental Leadership MILS 4210 Adaptive Leadership MILS 4250 Ranger Preparation 2 MILS 450 Special Project 2 MKTG 450 Consumer Behavior MKTG 500 Promotion Management MKTG 515 Sales Management MKTG 900 Retail Management MKTG 4100 Marketing Research MKTG 4200 Entrepreneurial Marketing MKTG 4700 Marketing Strategy STAT 200 Advanced Statistical Methods VT 800 Corporate Identity NOTE: A course may only be used to fulfill one program requirement. 1. Complete a minimum of 121 college-level credits (1000 and 2. Complete at least 40 upper-division credits (000 and. Complete at least 0 upper-division credits at DSU for 4. Maximum 12 upper-division transfer credits may fulfill DSU Business program requirements. 5. Cumulative GPA 2.0 or higher. 6. Minimum B- grade in required CIS courses. 7. Minimum C- grade and 2.5 GPA in Pre-Business Requirement, Core Business Requirement, Accounting, and Business Elective courses. SAMPLE EDUCATIONAL PLAN BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, ACCOUNTING EMPHASIS FALL SEMESTER. 1st Year BUS 1001 FYE: Business 1 COMM 1020 or Public Speaking or COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication ENGL 1010 Intro to Writing MATH 1000 Intermediate Algebra (if needed) 4 SPRING SEMESTER, 1st Year ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing MATH 1050 College Algebra/Pre-Calculus 4 General Education American Institutions FALL SEMESTER, 2nd Year General Education Life Sciences / Lab / CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY 109

8 SPRING SEMESTER, 2nd Year General Education Fine Arts [GLOCUP] General Education Literature / Humanities General Education Physical Sciences FALL SEMESTER, rd Year (18 credits) ACCT 010 Intermediate Accounting I ACCT 050 Accounting Information Systems MGMT 4400 International Business General Education Exploration SPRING SEMESTER, rd Year ACCT 020 Intermediate Accounting II ACCT 400 Tax Accounting ACCT 440 Tax Practicum I 2 FIN 150 Managerial Finance I FALL SEMESTER, 4th Year ACCT 4100 Auditing HUM 00 Multicultural Studies [GLOCUP] 2 MGMT 510 Business Professional Ethics 2 MGMT 600 Production and Operations MGMT 400 Management and Organizations Elective Any course 2 SPRING SEMESTER, 4th Year ACCT 00 Cost Accounting ACCT 400 Advanced Accounting Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Finance Emphasis 121 credits A Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a Finance emphasis has five basic components: 1. General Education & Institutional Requirements 2. Pre-Business Requirements. Core Business Requirements 4. Finance Emphasis Requirements 5. Business Electives General Education & Institutional Requirements All DSU General Education and Institutional requirements must be fulfilled. A previously earned degree may fulfill those requirements, but courses must be equivalent to DSU s minimum General Education standards in American Institutions, English, and Mathematics. Institutional Requirement in Computer Literacy CIS 1201 Computer Literacy Exam 0 CS 1400/CS 1410 Computer Programming 6 General Education Requirements ENGL 1010/A/D Intro to Writing ENGL 2010/A Intermediate Writing LIB 1010 Information Literacy Mathematics GE course -5 American Institutions GE course Life Sciences GE course -5 Physical Sciences GE course -5 Laboratory Science GE course 0-1 Fine Arts GE course Literature/Humanities GE course Social & Behavioral Sciences GE course Exploration GE course -5 Two (2) Global & Cultural Perspectives GE courses 0-6 Pre-Business Requirements COMM 1020 Public Speaking COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication Core Business Requirements CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY

9 FIN 150 Managerial Finance I HUM 00 Multicultural Studies 2 MGMT 400 Management & Organizations MGMT 510 Business & Professional Ethics 2 MGMT 600 Production & Operations MGMT 4400 International Business ACCT 050 Accounting Information Systems IT 050 Management Information Systems Finance Emphasis Requirements FIN 750 Introduction to Investments FIN 4150 Managerial Finance II Complete 12 credits from the following: FIN 200 Money, Banking, & Credit FIN 500 Financial Negotiations FIN 4180 Entrepreneurial Finance FIN 400 Real Estate Finance FIN 480 Financial Modeling/Decision Mkng FIN 4400 International Finance FIN 4750 Portfolio Practicum MGMT 4040 Quantitative Decision Making Business Electives Complete 14 credits from the following (or other approved courses): ACCT 010 Intermediate Accounting I ACCT 020 Intermediate Accounting II ACCT 00 Cost Accounting ACCT 400 Tax Accounting I ACCT 440 Tax Practicum I 2 ACCT 500 Accounting Practicum Techniques ACCT 400 Advanced Accounting ACCT 4100 Auditing ACCT 4400 Tax Accounting II ACCT 4440 Tax Practicum II 2 ACCT 4600 Accounting Practicum ECON 500 International Economics IT 500 Electronic Commerce IT 550 Internet & E-Commerce Marketing IT 4450 Project Management MGMT 200 Small Business Management MGMT 700 Organizational Behavior MGMT 4000 Purchasing & Supply Mgmt MGMT 4200 Business Internship I 1- MGMT 4210 Business Internship II 1- MGMT 400 Human Resource Management MGMT 4600 Six Sigma I MGMT 4610 Six Sigma II MGMT 4900 Independent Research I 1- MGMT 4910 Independent Research II 1- MGMT 4950R Seminar in Business 1- MILS 200 Tactical Leadership MILS 210 Applied Leadership MILS 250 Staff Org & Operations 1- MILS 4200 Developmental Leadership MILS 4210 Adaptive Leadership MILS 4250 Ranger Preparation 2 MILS 450 Special Project 2 MKTG 450 Consumer Behavior MKTG 500 Promotion Management MKTG 515 Sales Management MKTG 900 Retail Management MKTG 4100 Marketing research MKTG 4200 Entrepreneurial Marketing MKTG 4700 Marketing Strategy STAT 200 Advanced Statistical Methods VT 800 Corporate Identity NOTE: A course may only be used to fulfill one program requirement. 1. Complete a minimum of 121 college-level credits (1000 and 2. Complete at least 40 upper-division credits (000 and. Complete at least 0 upper-division credits at DSU for 4. Maximum 12 upper-division transfer credits may fulfill DSU Business program requirements. 5. Cumulative GPA 2.0 or higher. 6. Minimum B- grade in required CIS courses, 7. Minimum C- grade and 2.5 GPA in Pre-Business Requirement, Core Business Requirement, Finance, and Business Elective courses. SAMPLE EDUCATIONAL PLAN BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, FINANCE EMPHASIS FALL SEMESTER. 1st Year (14 credits) BUS 1001 FYE: Business CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY 111

10 COMM 1020 or Public Speaking or COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication ENGL 1010 Intro to Writing MATH 1000 Intermediate Algebra (if needed) 4 SPRING SEMESTER, 1st Year ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing MATH 1050 College Algebra / Pre-Calculus 4 General Education American Institutions FALL SEMESTER, 2nd Year (18 credits) General Education Exploration General Education Physical Sciences SPRING SEMESTER, 2nd Year (17 credits) General Education Fine Arts (GLOCUP) General Education Literature / Humanities (GLOCUP) General Education Life Sciences/Lab /1 FALL SEMESTER, rd Year FIN 150 Managerial Finance MGMT 400 Management & Organizations MGMT 600 Production & Operations SPRING SEMESTER, rd Year ACCT 050 or Accounting Information Systems or IT 050 Management. Information Systems FIN 750 Introduction to Investments FIN Emphasis Finance Emphasis Requirement FALL SEMESTER, 4th Year HUM 00 Multicultural Studies (GLOCUP) 2 MGMT 510 Business Professional Ethics 2 MGMT 4400 International Business FIN Emphasis Finance Emphasis Requirement FIN Emphasis Finance Emphasis Requirement Elective Any course(s) 2 SPRING SEMESTER, 4th Year FIN 4150 Managerial Finance II FIN Emphasis Finance Emphasis Requirement Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Management Information Systems Emphasis 121 credits A Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in Management Information Systems has six basic components: 1. General Education & Institutional Requirements 2. Pre-Business Requirements. Core Business Requirements 4. MIS Prerequisite Requirements 5. MIS Emphasis Requirements 6. Approved Business Electives General Education & Institutional Requirements All DSU General Education and Institutional requirements must be fulfilled. A previously earned degree may fulfill those requirements, but courses must be equivalent to DSU s minimum General Education standards in American Institutions, English, and Mathematics. Institutional Requirement in Computer Literacy CIS 1201 Computer Literacy Exam 0 CS 1400/CS 1410 Computer Programming 6 General Education Requirements ENGL 1010/A/D Intro to Writing ENGL 2010/A Intermediate Writing LIB 1010 Information Literacy Mathematics GE course -5 American Institutions GE course CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY

11 Life Sciences GE course -5 Physical Sciences GE course -5 Laboratory Science GE course 0-1 Fine Arts GE course Literature/Humanities GE course Social & Behavioral Sciences GE course Exploration GE course -5 Two (2) Global & Cultural Perspectives GE courses 0-6 Pre-Business Requirements COMM 1020 Public Speaking COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication Core Business Requirements FIN 150 Managerial Finance I IT 050 Management Information Systems MGMT 400 Management & Organizations MGMT 510 Business & Professional Ethics 2 MGMT 600 Production & Operations Management Information Systems Prerequisites CS 1400 Fundamentals of Programming IT 1100 Intro to Operating Systems IT 2400 Intro to Networking VT 1400 Intro to Internet Development Management Information Systems Requirements IT 100 Systems Design & Administration I IT 500 Electronic Commerce IT 550 Internet & E-Commerce Marketing IT 400 Database Design and Administration IT 4450 Project Management IT 4500 Information Security Approved Business-Related Electives Other Approved Business-Related Electives 8 1. Complete a minimum of 121 college-level credits (1000 and 2. Complete at least 40 upper-division credits (000 and. Complete at least 0 upper-division credits at DSU for 4. Maximum 12 upper-division transfer credits may fulfill DSU Business program requirements. 5. Cumulative GPA 2.0 or higher. 6. Minimum B- grade in required CIS courses, 7. Minimum C- grade and 2.5 GPA in Pre-Business Requirement, Core Business Requirement, MIS Prerequisites, MIS Requirements, and Business Elective courses. SAMPLE EDUCATIONAL PLAN BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS EMPHASIS FALL SEMESTER. 1st Year BUS 1001 FYE: Business 1 COMM 1020 or Public Speaking or COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication ENGL 1010 Intro to Writing MATH 1000 Intermediate Algebra (if needed) 4 SPRING SEMESTER, 1st Year ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing MATH 1050 College Algebra/Pre-Calculus 4 General Education American Institutions FALL SEMESTER, 2nd Year (18 credits) General Education Fine Arts [GLOCUP] General Education Life Sciences SPRING SEMESTER, 2nd Year (17 credits) CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY 11

12 General Education Literature / Humanities [GLOCUP] General Education Physical Sciences/Lab /1 General Education Exploration FALL SEMESTER, rd Year CS 1400 Fundamentals of Programming IT 1100 Introduction to Operating Systems IT 050 Management Information Systems MGMT 400 Management and Organizations General Education Literature/Humanities [GLOCUP] SPRING SEMESTER, rd Year (18 credits) FIN 150 Managerial Finance I IT 2400 Introduction to Networking MGMT 600 Production and Operations Elective Any course 2 FALL SEMESTER, 4th Year IT 100 Systems Design & Administration I IT 500 Electronic Commerce IT 400 Database Design & Administration MGMT 510 Business Professional Ethics 2 VT 1400 Intro to Internet Development Elective Any course 1 SPRING SEMESTER, 4th Year IT 550 Internet & E-Commerce Marketing IT 4450 Project Management IT 4500 Information Security Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Visual Technology Emphasis 122 credits A Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in Visual Technology degree has five basic components: 1. General Education & Institutional Requirements 2. Pre-Business Requirements. Core Business Requirements 4. Visual Technology Prerequisite Requirements 5. Visual Technology Emphasis Requirements General Education & Institutional Requirements All DSU General Education and Institutional requirements must be fulfilled. A previously earned degree may fulfill those requirements, but courses must be equivalent to DSU s minimum General Education standards in American Institutions, English, and Mathematics. Institutional Requirement in Computer Literacy CIS 1201 Computer Literacy Exam 0 CS 1400/CS 1410 Computer Programming 6 General Education Requirements ENGL 1010/A/D Intro to Writing ENGL 2010/A Intermediate Writing Mathematics GE course -5 American Institutions GE course Life Sciences GE course -5 Physical Sciences GE course -5 Laboratory Science GE course 0-1 Fine Arts GE course Literature/Humanities GE course Social & Behavioral Sciences GE course Exploration GE course -5 Two (2) Global & Cultural Perspectives GE courses 0-6 Pre-Business Requirements COMM 1020 Public Speaking COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY

13 Core Business Requirements FIN 150 Managerial Finance I HUM 00 Multicultural Studies 2 MGMT 400 Management & Organizations MGMT 510 Business & Professional Ethics 2 MGMT 600 Production & Operations MGMT 4400 International Business ACCT 050 Accounting Information Systems IT 050 Management Information Systems Visual Technology Prerequisite Requirements CS 1400 Fundamentals of Programming VT 100 Communication Design VT 1400 Intro to Internet Development VT 2500 Computer Illustration VT 2600 Creative Imaging Visual Technology Emphasis Requirements 18.0 Complete 18 credits from the following or other approved courses: IT 500 Electronic Commerce IT 550 Internet & E-Commerce Marketing MKTG 500 Promotion Management VT 000 Internet Publishing & Design VT 100 Interactive Multimedia VT 200 Portfolio Preparation VT 00 Intro to Digital Video Editing VT 600 -D Visualization VT 800 Corporate Identity VT 4000 Dynamic Web Development VT 4100 Adv Multimedia/Internet Integration VT 4600 Senior Project NOTE: A course may only be used to fulfill one program requirement. 1. Complete a minimum of 121 college-level credits (1000 and 2. Complete at least 40 upper-division credits (000 and. Complete at least 0 upper-division credits at DSU for 4. Maximum 12 upper-division transfer credits may fulfill DSU Business program requirements. 5. Cumulative GPA 2.0 or higher. 6. Minimum B- grade in required CIS courses. 7. Minimum C- grade and 2.5 GPA in Pre-Business Requirement, Core Business Requirement, and Visual Technology Emphasis Requirement courses. SAMPLE EDUCATIONAL PLAN BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, VISUAL TECHNOLOGY EMPHASIS FALL SEMESTER. 1st Year BUS 1001 FYE: Business 1 ENGL 1010 Intro to Writing MATH 1000 Intermediate Algebra (if needed) 4 SPRING SEMESTER, 1st Year COMM 1020 or Public Speaking or COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing MATH 1050 College Algebra/Pre-Calculus 4 General Education American Institutions FALL SEMESTER, 2nd Year (18 credits) General Education Exploration [GLOCUP] General Education Life Sciences SPRING SEMESTER, 2nd Year (17 credits) General Education Fine Arts General Education Literature / Humanities General Education Physical Sciences/Lab /1 FALL SEMESTER, rd Year ACCT 050 or IT 050 Acctounting Information Systems or Management Information Systems CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY 115

14 CS 1400 Fundamentals of Programming VT 100 Communication Design VT 1400 Intro to Internet Development SPRING SEMESTER, rd Year FIN 150 Managerial Finance I MGMT 400 Management and Organizations MGMT 600 Production and Operations VT 2500 Computer Illustration VT 2600 Creative Imaging FALL SEMESTER, 4th Year HUM 00 Multicultural Studies 2 MGMT 4400 International Business MGMT 510 Business Professional Ethics 2 VT Emphasis Required Course VT Emphasis Required Course VT Emphasis Required Course SPRING SEMESTER, 4th Year VT Emphasis Required Course VT Emphasis Required Course VT Emphasis Required Course Associate of Science in Business 60 credits The Associate of Science in Business degree has two basic components: 1. General Education & Institutional Requirements 2. Pre-Business Requirements General Education & Institutional Requirements All DSU General Education and Institutional requirements must be fulfilled. A previously earned degree may fulfill those requirements, but courses must be equivalent to DSU s minimum General Education standards in American Institutions, English, and Mathematics. Institutional Requirement in Computer Literacy CIS 1201 Computer Literacy Exam 0 CS 1400/CS 1410 Computer Programming 6 General Education Requirements ENGL 1010/A/D Intro to Writing ENGL 2010/A Intermediate Writing Mathematics GE course -5 American Institutions GE course Life Sciences GE course -5 Physical Science GE course -5 Laboratory Science GE course 0-1 Fine Arts GE course Literature / Humanities GE course Social & Behavioral Sciences GE course Exploration GE course -5 Two (2) Global & Cultural Perspectives GE courses 0-6 Pre-Business Requirements COMM 1020 Public Speaking COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication 1. Complete a minimum of 60 college-level credits (1000 and 2. Complete at least 20 lower-division credits at DSU for. Cumulative GPA 2.0 or higher. 4. Grade C- or higher in each Pre-Business Requirement course. 5. Minimum 2.5 GPA in Pre-Business Requirement courses. 6. Minimum B- grade in CIS courses. SAMPLE EDUCATIONAL PLAN ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY

15 FALL SEMESTER. 1st Year BUS 1001 FYE: Business 1 ENGL 1010 Intro to Writing MATH 1000 Intermediate Algebra (if needed) 4 SPRING SEMESTER, 1st Year COMM 1020 or Public Speaking or COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing MATH 1050 College Algebra/Pre-Calculus 4 General Education American Institutions FALL SEMESTER, 2nd Year (18 credits) General Education Exploration [GLOCUP] General Education Life Sciences SPRING SEMESTER, 2nd Year (17 credits) General Education Fine Arts [GLOCUP] General Education Literature / Humanities General Education Physical Sciences/Lab /1 Associate of Applied Science in General Marketing 6 credits General Education Requirements ENGL 1010/A/D Intro to Writing ENGL 2010/A Intermediate Writing ECON 1010 Economics of Social Issues General Requirements BUS 100 Business Math MATH 1050 College Algebra/Pre-Calculus 4 COMM 1020 Public Speaking COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication BUS 170 Human Relations Discipline Core Requirements FIN 1750 Personal Finance MGMT 1650 Supervision Management MGMT 2600 Entrepreneurship MKTG 1510 Principles of Salesmanship MKTG 2520 Visual Marketing 2 MGMT 2620 Principles of Management MGMT 400 Management & Organizations MKTG 2540 Retail Advertising MKTG 500 Promotion Management MKTG 2550 Marketing Essentials Discipline Elective Requirements Complete 10 credits from the following: ACCT 1010 Applied Business Accounting 2 BUS 1010 Intro to Business BUS Key Calculator Skills 1 CIS 1140 Basic Keyboarding 1 CIS 1150 Keyboarding Skill Building 2 CIS 2400 Word Processing Applications CIS 2450 Spreadsheet Applications 2 COMP 145 Fin Recordkeeping: QuickBooks 1 COMP 1700 Presentation Apps: PowerPoint CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY 117

16 MKTG 150R Collegiate DECA 1 MKTG 1540R Marketing Skills Improvement 1 MKTG R Marketing Work Experience 1- NOTE: No course may be used to fulfill more than one requirement. 1. Complete a minimum of 6 college-level credits (1000 and 2. Complete at least 20 lower-division credits at DSU for. Cumulative GPA 2.0 or higher. 4. Grade C- or higher in each Discipline Core Requirement and Discipline Elective Requirement course. 5. GPA 2.5 or higher Discipline Core Requirement and Discipline Elective Requirement courses. 6. Grade B- or higher in CIS courses. SAMPLE EDUCATIONAL PLAN ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE IN GENERAL MARKETING FALL SEMESTER. 1st Year (17 credits) BUS 1001 FYE: Business 1 BUS 170 Human Relations ENGL 1010 Intro to Writing FIN 1750 Personal Finance MGMT 1650 Management Supervisison SPRING SEMESTER, 1st Year COMM 1020 or Public Speaking or COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing MKTG 1510 Principles of Salesmanship Elective General Marketing Elective FALL SEMESTER, 2nd Year ECON 1010 or Economics of Social Issues or ECON 2010 Micro Economics MGMT 2600 Entrepreneurship MKTG 2520 Visual Marketing MKTG 2550 or Marketing Essentials or MKTG 010 Marketing Principles Elective General Marketing Electives 4 SPRING SEMESTER, 2nd Year (16-17 credits) MATH BUS 100, MATH 1050, MATH , or STAT 2400 MKTG 2540 or Retail Advertising or MKTG 500 Promotion Management MKTG 2620 or Principles of Management or MKTG 2400 Management & organizations Elective General Marketing Elective(s) Associate of Applied Science in Operations Management 6 credits General Education Requirements ENGL 1010/A/D Introduction to Writing General Requirements BUS 170 Human Relations MATH 1010 Intermediate Algebra 4 OR higher MATH course Operations Management Core Discipline Requirements OPER 1010 Quality Systems and Processes I OPER 1020 Safety and OSHA Compliance I OPER 2010 Quality Systems and Processes II OPER 2020 Safety and OSHA Compliance II OPER 2070 Ldrshp, Sprvsn, & Resource Mgmt OPER 2080 Operational Management Manufacturing Management Specialized Technical Area Requirements MAN 1010 Manufacturing Processes I MAN 1020 Industrial Maintenance I MAN 2010 Manufacturing Processes II MAN 2020 Industrial Maintenance II 1. Complete a minimum of 6 college-level credits (1000 and 2. Complete at least 20 lower-division credits at DSU for. Cumulative GPA 2.0 or higher CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY

17 4. Grade C- or higher in each Discipline Core Requirement and Discipline Elective Requirement course. 5. GPA 2.5 or higher Discipline Core Requirement and Discipline Elective Requirement courses. 6. Grade B- or higher in CIS courses. SAMPLE EDUCATIONAL PLAN ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE IN OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT FALL SEMESTER. 1st Year (17 credits) BUS 1001 FYE: Business 1 BUS 170 Human Relations ENGL 1010 Intro to Writing OPER 1010 Quality Systems and Processes I OPER 1020 Safety and OSHA Compliance I OPER 2070 Leadership, Supervision, & Resource Management SPRING SEMESTER, 1st Year MATH 1000 Intermediate Algebra 4 OPER 2010 Quality Systems and Processes II OPER 2020 Safety and OSHA Compliance II OPER 2080 Operational Management FALL SEMESTER, 2nd Year MAN 1010 Manufacturing Processes I MAN 1020 Industrial Maintenance I SPRING SEMESTER, 2nd Year MAN 2010 Manufacturing Processes II MAN 2020 Industrial Maintenance II General Marketing Certificate 2 credits General Requirements ENGL 1010/A/D Introduction to Writing COMM 1020 Public Speaking COMM 2110 Interpersonal Communication ENGL 2010 Intermediate Writing ECON 1010 Economics of Social Issues Discipline Core Requirements BUS 170 Human Relations BUS 100 Business Math MATH 1050 College Algebra/Pre-Calculus 4 MKTG 1510 Principles of Salesmanship MGMT 2600 Entrepreneurship MKTG 2550 Marketing Essentials Elective Requirements Complete 9-10 credits from the following: BUS 1001 First Year Business Experience 1 BUS 1010 Intro to Business FIN 1750 Personal Finance Approved Foreign Language Course 4 1. Complete a minimum of 2 college-level credits (1000 or 2. Complete at least 20 lower-division credits at DSU for. Cumulative GPA 2.0 or higher. 4. Grade C- or higher in each Discipline Core Requirement and Discipline Elective Requirement course. 5. GPA 2.5 or higher Discipline Core Requirement and Discipline Elective Requirement courses. 6. Miniumum B- grade in CIS courses CATALOG DIXIE STATE UNIVERSITY 119

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