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1 Catalog Paradigm Business Administration No concentration First Year Second Year ECON 101 (C-IS) ECON 102 (C-IS) BUAD 142 Prereq completion or placement in MATH 115 or above, or concurrent registration MATH 124 (C-QR) or MATH 131 (C- QR) Prereq 4 yrs college prep math in HS or MATH THRS 117 (C-TF) 5. September, 2014 (CC update spring 2015) Page 1 ACCT 205 or instructor s consent ACCT 206 Prereq ACCT 205, BUAD 142 or CSCI 110; BUAD 284 can be taken concurrently BUAD 230 BUAD 270 BUAD 284 Prereq MATH 124 or MATH PHIL 120 (C-PF) 6. Core Curriculum 7. Core Curriculum 7. Core Curriculum This paradigm assumes that you will meet the second language competency by taking a language at the 102 level. If you need to start at 101, then one of the electives will be used for that course. Third Year BUAD 350 Prereq ACCT 205, BUAD 284 or SSCI 224 or MATH 321, ECON 102 BUAD 390 Prereq junior standing Core Curriculum 5. Elective/Minor 5. Fourth Year BUAD 485 Prereqs ACCT 206 or ACCT 315, BUAD 230, BUAD 270, BUAD 350, senior standing BUAD Elective - BUAD or ACCT (other than Business core requirements, courses designated for nonmajors, or ACCT 315); ECON 200 +, COME 322, ENGL 306, PHIL 245, PSYC 221, PSYC 321, PSYC 325, PSYC 360, or SOCI 235 BUAD Elective - BUAD or ACCT (other than Business core requirements, courses designated for nonmajors, or ACCT 315); ECON 200 +, COME 322, ENGL 306, PHIL 245, PSYC 221, PSYC 321, PSYC 325, PSYC 360, or SOCI Elective/Minor 6. Elective/Minor 7. Elective/Minor 7. Elective/Minor Elective/Minor courses can be used to take additional core curriculum courses, major courses, free electives, or to fulfill a minor.

2 Required Courses: Progress Sheet Business Administration No Concentration BUAD 142 Computer Applications In Business ACCT 205 Financial Accounting ACCT 206 Managerial Accounting BUAD 230 Foundations of Management BUAD 270 Marketing Concepts & Issues BUAD 284 Statistics for Business & Economics or MATH 321 Probability and Statistics BUAD 350 Corporate Finance BUAD 390 Business Law BUAD 485 Strategic Management Seminar ECON 101 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 102 Principles of Microeconomics MATH 124 Survey of Calculus or MATH 131 Calculus & Analytic Geometry I BUAD Elective BUAD or ACCT (other than Business core requirements, courses designated for non-majors, or ACCT 315); ECON 200 +, COME 322, ENGL 306, PHIL 245, PSYC 221, PSYC 321, PSYC 325, PSYC 360, or SOCI 235 BUAD Elective - BUAD or ACCT (other than Business core requirements, courses designated for non-majors, or ACCT 315); ECON 200 +, COME 322, ENGL 306, PHIL 245, PSYC 221, PSYC 321, PSYC 325, PSYC 360, or SOCI 235 ACCT 205 can be taken 1 st year, 2nd semester if MATH 124 is complete ACCT 206 can be taken 3 rd year, 1 st semester The following courses meet the BUAD major and Core Curriculum requirements: MATH 124 or MATH 131 C-QR ECON 101 C-IS ECON 102 C-IS September, 2014 (CC update spring 2015) Page 2

3 Catalog Paradigm Business Administration Finance Concentration First Year Second Year ECON 101 (C-IS) ECON 102 (C-IS) BUAD 142 Prereq completion or placement in MATH 115 or above, or concurrent registration MATH 124 (C-QR) or MATH 131 (C- QR) Prereq 4 yrs college prep math in HS or MATH THRS 117 (C-TF) 5. ACCT 205 or instructor s consent ACCT 206 Prereq ACCT 205, BUAD 142 or CSCI 110; BUAD 284 can be taken concurrently BUAD 230 BUAD 270 BUAD 284 Prereq MATH 124 or MATH PHIL 120 (C-PF) 6. Core Curriculum 7. Core Curriculum 7. Core Curriculum Third Year BUAD 350 Prereq ACCT 205, BUAD 284 or SSCI 224 or MATH 321, ECON 102 BUAD 390 Prereq junior standing BUAD 352 (2 nd semester) Prereq or Coreq BUAD 350 Core Curriculum Elective/Minor 6. Elective/Minor 7. Elective/Minor 7. Elective/Minor 5. Fourth Year BUAD 485 Prereqs ACCT 206 or ACCT 315, BUAD 230, BUAD 270, BUAD 350, senior standing BUAD 351 (1 st semester) Prereq BUAD 350 BUAD 355, BUAD 489, BUAD 494, ACCT 325, ECON 377 or ECON 390 Elective/Minor courses can be used to take additional core curriculum courses, major courses, free electives, or to fulfill a minor. This paradigm assumes that you will meet the second language competency by taking a language at the 102 level. If you need to start at 101, then one of the electives will be used for that course. September, 2014 (CC update spring 2015) Page 3

4 Required Courses: Progress Sheet Business Administration Finance Concentration BUAD 142 Computer Applications In Business ACCT 205 Financial Accounting ACCT 206 Managerial Accounting BUAD 230 Foundations of Management BUAD 270 Marketing Concepts & Issues BUAD 284 Statistics for Business & Economics or MATH 321 Probability and Statistics BUAD 350 Corporate Finance BUAD 390 Business Law BUAD 485 Strategic Management Seminar ECON 101 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 102 Principles of Microeconomics MATH 124 Survey of Calculus or MATH 131 Calculus & Analytic Geometry I BUAD 351 Investments BUAD 352 Financial Institutions and Markets BUAD 355, BUAD 489, BUAD 494, ACCT 325, ECON 377 or ECON 390 ACCT 205 can be taken 1 st year, 2nd semester if MATH 124 is complete ACCT 206 can be taken 3 rd year, 1 st semester The following courses meet the BUAD major and Core Curriculum requirements: MATH 124 or MATH 131 C-QR ECON 101 C-IS ECON 102 C-IS September, 2014 (CC update spring 2015) Page 4

5 Catalog Paradigm Business Administration Global Business Concentration First Year Second Year ECON 101 (C-IS) ECON 102 (C-IS) BUAD 142 Prereq completion or placement in MATH 115 or above, or concurrent registration MATH 124 (C-QR) or MATH 131 (C- QR) Prereq 4 yrs college prep math in HS or MATH THRS 117 (C-TF) PHIL 120 (C-PF) 6. ACCT 205 or instructor s consent ACCT 206 Prereq ACCT 205, BUAD 142 or CSCI 110; BUAD 284 can be taken concurrently BUAD Core Curriculum 7. Core Curriculum 8. Elective/Minor 8. Core Curriculum BUAD 262 (1 st semester), IBLAS or Business major BUAD 270 BUAD 284 Prereq MATH 124 or MATH 131 Third Year (one semester study abroad) BUAD 350 Prereq ACCT 205, BUAD 284 or SSCI 224 or MATH 321, ECON 102 BUAD 390 Prereq junior standing Core Curriculum 5. Elective/Minor 5. September, 2014 (CC update spring 2015) Page 5 Fourth Year BUAD 468 (1 st semester) Prereqs Senior IBLAS major, Global Business Concentration, or instructor consent BUAD 469 (2 nd semester) Prereq BUAD 468 BUAD 352, BUAD 489, BUAD 490, BUAD 494, PHIL 245, ECON 375, ECON 376, ECON 377, or ECON Elective/Minor 6. Elective/Minor 7. Elective/Minor 7. Elective/Minor Elective/Minor courses can be used to take additional core curriculum courses, major courses, free electives, or to fulfill a minor. This paradigm assumes that you will meet the second language competency by taking a language at the 102 level. If you need to start at 101, then one of the electives will be used for that course.

6 Required Courses: Progress Sheet Business Administration - Global Business Concentration BUAD 142 Computer Applications In Business ACCT 205 Financial Accounting ACCT 206 Managerial Accounting BUAD 230 Foundations of Management BUAD 262 Introduction to International Business BUAD 270 Marketing Concepts & Issues BUAD 284 Statistics for Business & Economics or MATH 321 Probability and Statistics BUAD 350 Corporate Finance BUAD 390 Business Law BUAD 468 IBLAS Senior Seminar 1 BUAD 469 IBLAS Senior Seminar 2 ECON 101 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 102 Principles of Microeconomics MATH 124 Survey of Calculus or MATH 131 Calculus & Analytic Geometry I BUAD 352, BUAD 489, BUAD 490, BUAD 494, PHIL 245, ECON 375, ECON 376, ECON 377, or ECON 390 One semester study abroad (International students are exempt from this requirement ACCT 205 can be taken 1 st year, 2nd semester if MATH 124 is complete ACCT 206 can be taken 3 rd year, 1 st semester The following courses meet the BUAD major and Core Curriculum requirements: MATH 124 or MATH 131 C-QR ECON 101 C-IS ECON 102 C-IS September, 2014 (CC update spring 2015) Page 6

7 Catalog Paradigm Business Administration General Management Concentration First Year Second Year ECON 101 (C-IS) ECON 102 (C-IS) BUAD 142 Prereq completion or placement in MATH 115 or above, or concurrent registration MATH 124 (C-QR) or MATH 131 (C- QR) Prereq 4 yrs college prep math in HS or MATH THRS 117 (C-TF) 5. ACCT 205 or instructor s consent ACCT 206 Prereq ACCT 205, BUAD 142 or CSCI 110; BUAD 284 can be taken concurrently BUAD 230 BUAD 270 BUAD 284 Prereq MATH 124 or MATH PHIL 120 (C-PF) 6. Core Curriculum 7. Core Curriculum 7. Core Curriculum Third Year BUAD 350 Prereq ACCT 205, BUAD 284 or SSCI 224 or MATH 321, ECON 102 BUAD 390 Prereq junior standing BUAD 333 or BUAD 337 Prereqs BUAD 230, BUAD 284 Core Curriculum Elective/Minor 6. Elective/Minor 7. Elective/Minor 7. Elective/Minor 5. Fourth Year BUAD 485 Prereqs ACCT 206 or ACCT 315, BUAD 230, BUAD 270, BUAD 350, senior standing BUAD 333 or BUAD 337 Prereqs BUAD 230, BUAD 284 BUAD 262, BUAD 336, BUAD 345, BUAD 489, BUAD 490, or BUAD 494 Elective/Minor courses can be used to take additional core curriculum courses, major courses, free electives, or to fulfill a minor. This paradigm assumes that you will meet the second language competency by taking a language at the 102 level. If you need to start at 101, then one of the electives will be used for that course. September, 2014 (CC update spring 2015) Page 7

8 Progress Sheet Business Administration - General Management Concentration Required Courses: BUAD 142 Computer Applications In Business ACCT 205 Financial Accounting ACCT 206 Managerial Accounting BUAD 230 Foundations of Management BUAD 270 Marketing Concepts & Issues BUAD 284 Statistics for Business & Economics or MATH 321 Probability and Statistics BUAD 333 Operations Management BUAD 337 Behavior in Organizations BUAD 350 Corporate Finance BUAD 390 Business Law BUAD 485 Strategic Management Seminar ECON 101 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 102 Principles of Microeconomics MATH 124 Survey of Calculus or MATH 131 Calculus & Analytic Geometry I BUAD 262, BUAD 336, BUAD 345, BUAD 489, BUAD 490, or BUAD 494 ACCT 205 can be taken 1 st year, 2nd semester if MATH 124 is complete ACCT 206 can be taken 3 rd year, 1 st semester The following courses meet the BUAD major and Core Curriculum requirements: MATH 124 or MATH 131 C-QR ECON 101 C-IS ECON 102 C-IS September, 2014 (CC update spring 2015) Page 8

9 Catalog Paradigm Business Administration Marketing Concentration First Year Second Year ECON 101 (C-IS) ECON 102 (C-IS) BUAD 142 Prereq completion or placement in MATH 115 or above, or concurrent registration MATH 124 (C-QR) or MATH 131 (C- QR) Prereq 4 yrs college prep math in HS or MATH THRS 117 (C-TF) 5. ACCT 205 or instructor s consent ACCT 206 Prereq ACCT 205, BUAD 142 or CSCI 110; BUAD 284 can be taken concurrently BUAD 230 BUAD 270 BUAD 284 Prereq MATH 124 or MATH PHIL 120 (C-PF) 6. Core Curriculum 7. Core Curriculum 7. Core Curriculum Third Year BUAD 350 Prereq ACCT 205, BUAD 284 or SSCI 224 or MATH 321, ECON 102 BUAD 390 Prereq junior standing BUAD 374 (1 st semester) Prereqs BUAD 270, BUAD 284 or SSCI 224 or MATH 321 Core Curriculum 5. September, 2014 (CC update spring 2015) Page 9 5. Fourth Year BUAD 485 Prereqs ACCT 206 or ACCT 315, BUAD 230, BUAD 270, BUAD 350, senior standing BUAD 471 (1 st semester) Prereqs BUAD 270, ACCT 206 or ACCT 315, BUAD 284 BUAD 262, BUAD 371, BUAD 372, BUAD 375, BUAD 489, BUAD 490, or BUAD Elective/Minor 6. Elective/Minor 7. Elective/Minor 7. Elective/Minor Elective/Minor courses can be used to take additional core curriculum courses, major courses, free electives, or to fulfill a minor. This paradigm assumes that you will meet the second language competency by taking a language at the 102 level. If you need to start at 101, then one of the electives will be used for that course.

10 Required Courses: Progress Sheet Business Administration Marketing Concentration BUAD 142 Computer Applications In Business ACCT 205 Financial Accounting ACCT 206 Managerial Accounting BUAD 230 Foundations of Management BUAD 270 Marketing Concepts & Issues BUAD 284 Statistics for Business & Economics or MATH 321 Probability and Statistics BUAD 350 Corporate Finance BUAD 374 Marketing Promotions BUAD 390 Business Law BUAD 471 Marketing Management and Strategy BUAD 485 Strategic Management Seminar ECON 101 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 102 Principles of Microeconomics MATH 124 Survey of Calculus or MATH 131 Calculus & Analytic Geometry I BUAD 262, BUAD 371, BUAD 372, BUAD 375, BUAD 489, BUAD 490, or BUAD 494 ACCT 205 can be taken 1 st year, 2nd semester if MATH 124 is complete ACCT 206 can be taken 3 rd year, 1 st semester The following courses meet the BUAD major and Core Curriculum requirements: MATH 124 or MATH 131 C-QR ECON 101 C-IS ECON 102 C-IS September, 2014 (CC update spring 2015) Page 10

11 Catalog Paradigm Business Administration Human Resource Management Concentration First Year Second Year ECON 101 (C-IS) ACCT 205 or instructor s consent ECON 102 (C-IS) BUAD 142 Prereq completion or placement in MATH 115 or above, or concurrent registration MATH 124 (C-QR) or MATH 131 (C- QR) Prereq 4 yrs college prep math in HS or MATH THRS 117 (C-TF) 5. ACCT 206 Prereq ACCT 205, BUAD 142 or CSCI 110; BUAD 284 can be taken concurrently BUAD 230 BUAD 270 BUAD 284 Prereq MATH 124 or MATH PHIL 120 (C-PF) 6. Core Curriculum 7. Core Curriculum 7. Core Curriculum This paradigm assumes that you will meet the second language competency by taking a language at the 102 level. If you need to start at 101, then one of the electives will be used for that course. Third Year BUAD 350 Prereq ACCT 205, BUAD 284 or SSCI 224 or MATH 321, ECON 102 BUAD 390 Prereq junior standing BUAD 336 (1 st semester) Prereqs BUAD 230, BUAD 284 BUAD 436 (2 nd semester offered alternate years may take in fourth year) Fourth Year BUAD 485 Prereqs ACCT 206 or ACCT 315, BUAD 230, BUAD 270, BUAD 350, senior standing BUAD 337, BUAD 437, BUAD 438, ECON 330, PSYC 221, BUAD 489, BUAD 490, or BUAD Core Curriculum 5. Elective/Minor Elective/Minor 7. Elective/Minor 7. Elective/Minor Elective/Minor courses can be used to take additional core curriculum courses, major courses, free electives, or to fulfill a minor. September, 2014 (CC update spring 2015) Page 11

12 Progress Sheet Business Administration Human Resource Management Concentration Required Courses: BUAD 142 Computer Applications In Business ACCT 205 Financial Accounting ACCT 206 Managerial Accounting BUAD 230 Foundations of Management BUAD 270 Marketing Concepts & Issues BUAD 284 Statistics for Business & Economics or MATH 321 Probability and Statistics BUAD 336 Human Resource Management BUAD 350 Corporate Finance BUAD 390 Business Law BUAD 436 Advanced Human Resource Management BUAD 485 Strategic Management Seminar ECON 101 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 102 Principles of Microeconomics MATH 124 Survey of Calculus or MATH 131 Calculus & Analytic Geometry I BUAD 337, BUAD 437, BUAD 438, ECON 330, PSYC 221, BUAD 489, BUAD 490, or BUAD 494 ACCT 205 can be taken 1 st year, 2nd semester if MATH 124 is complete ACCT 206 can be taken 3 rd year, 1 st semester The following courses meet the BUAD major and Core Curriculum requirements: MATH 124 or MATH 131 C-QR ECON 101 C-IS ECON 102 C-IS September, 2014 (CC update spring 2015) Page 12

13 Business Administration Concentrations Finance: Required: BUAD 350 Corporate Finance BUAD 351 Investments (1 st semester) BUAD 352 Financial Institutions and Markets (2 nd semester) One of the following: ACCT 325 Intermediate Accounting I BUAD 355 Advanced Financial Management ECON 377 International Finance and Monetary Economics ECON 390 Monetary Theory & Policy BUAD 489 Special Topics (Finance) BUAD 494 Internship (Finance) Global Business: Required: BUAD 230 Foundations of Management BUAD 262 Introduction to International Business BUAD 468*/469 Senior Seminars in IBLAS 1, 2 One semester study abroad - International students are exempt from this requirement *BUAD 468 is substituted for BUAD 485 One of the following: PHIL 245 Business Ethics ECON 375 Growth and Development ECON 376 International Trade ECON 377 International Finance and Monetary Economics ECON 390 Monetary Theory & Policy BUAD 352 Financial Institutions and Markets BUAD 489 Special Topics (Global Business) BUAD 490 Independent Study (Global Business-See Note Below) BUAD 494 Internship (Global Business) General Management: Required: BUAD 230 Foundations of Management BUAD 333 Operations Management (alternate years) BUAD 337 Behavior in Organizations One of the following: BUAD 262 Introduction to International Business BUAD 336 Introduction to Human Resource Management (1 st semester) BUAD 345 Business Applications Using Systems Analysis and Design BUAD 489 Special Topics (Management) BUAD 490 Independent Study (Management) BUAD 494 Internship (Management) Marketing: Required: BUAD 270 Marketing Concepts and Issues BUAD 374 Marketing Promotions BUAD 471 Marketing Management and Strategy (1 st semester) One of the following: BUAD 262 Introduction to International Business BUAD 371 Sales Management BUAD 372 Marketing Research (2 nd semester) BUAD 375 Consumer Behavior BUAD 489 Special Topics (Marketing) BUAD 490 Independent Study (Marketing) BUAD 494 Internship (Marketing) Human Resource Management: Required: BUAD 230 Foundations of Management BUAD 336 Human Resource Management (1 st semester) BUAD 436 Advanced Human Resource Management (alternate years) One of the following: BUAD 337 Behavior in Organizations BUAD 437 Compensation Management BUAD 438 SHRM Seminar ECON 330 Labor Economics PSYC 221 Industrial and Organizational Psychology BUAD 489 Special Topics (Human Resource Management) BUAD 490 Independent Study (Human Resources) BUAD 494 Internship (Human Resources) NOTE: BUAD 490 & BUAD 494 require the approval of a faculty member within the area of concentration. September, 2014 (CC update spring 2015) Page 13

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15 Core Curriculum ( ) Foundations to be taken during a student s first year TF Theological Foundations THRS 117, Other PF Philosophical Foundations PHIL 120, Other Required by the end of the second year WI Writing Intensive Writing intensive courses may be drawn from any of the Foundations courses or from any of the General Core s courses at the 100 or 200 level. Any course designated C-WI (course, section, semester), ENGL 101, ENGL 150, ENGL 221, FREN 305, GERM 304, HONR 100, HUMA 100,, Other QR - Quantitative Reasoning CSCI 110, CSCI 150, MATH 123, MATH 124, MATH 131, MATH 132, MATH 212, MATH 220, SSCI 224, Other Required by the end of the third year SL Language Competency SNC courses - French, German, Hebrew, Japanese, Latin, Greek, Spanish at the 102 level. can be met by placement testing at the 203 level or beyond, transferring in an approved course at the 102 level or beyond, or successfully taking a course at the 102 level. FREN 102, GERM 102, GREK 112, HEBR 102, JAPN 102, CLAS (Latin) 102, CLAS (Greek) 112, LATN 102, SPAN 102, SPAN 103, Other (Transfer), Or Placement Score > 349 (indicate score) September, 2014 (CC update spring 2015) Page 15

16 General Core s can be taken any time, Advanced s to be taken during a Junior or Senior year three courses, any General Core courses at the 300 or 400 level BB Beyond Borders ENGL 228, FREN 252, GEOG 140, HIST 118, HIST 120, HIST 122, HIST 130, HUMA 280, INTL/POLI 150, PHIL/THRS 265, SSCI 129, Other Advanced - CLAS 335, COME 343, ECON 357, ENGL 356, FREN 375, GEOG 363, GERM 376, JAPN 375, NSCI 310, NSCI 348, PEAC/POLI 352, POLI 362, POLI 368, POLI 410, SPAN 365, SPAN 370, SPAN 375, THRS 339, THRS 340, THRS 343, Other CI - Catholic Imagination ENGL 240, HUMA 215, THRS 201, THRS 219, Other Advanced - CLAS/THRS 327, HUMA 337, PEAC/THRS/WMGS 318, PEAC/THRS 333, THRS 310, THRS 312, THRS 314, THRS 316, THRS 320, THRS 322, THRS 325, THRS 338, THRS 350, THRS 355, THRS 360, THRS 361, THRS 433, Other DD Difference and Diversity AMER/HIST 114, AMER/HIST 115, AMER/THRS 221, AMER/HUMA 261, ENGL 221, GEOG 155, GEOG 225, HUMA/WMGS 110, POLI 232, Other Advanced - AMER/MUSI 318, COME 330, HIST 368, HUMA 301, HUMA 422, SOCI/WMGS 346, SSCI 408, Other EI Expression and Interpretation ART 141, ART 144, ART 145, ART 205, ENGL 150, ENGL 203, HUMA 100, MUSI 150, MUSI 176, THEA 101, THEA 102, THEA 237, WOLT 210, Other Advanced - CLAS/PHIL 334, FREN 305, GERM 304, GERM 305, HUMA 313, MUSI/PHIL 336, SPAN 301, SPAN 302, Other IS Individual and Society AMER/POLI 130, BUAD 180, ECON 101, ECON 102, EDUC 130, LEAD 200, PSYC 100, SOCI 100, Other Advanced - CSCI 310, POLI 310, Other PN Physical and Natural World BIOL 105, BIOL 106, BIOL 108, CHEM 100, CHEM 105, EDUC/GEOL 287, GEOG 120, GEOL 105, GEOL 107, GEOL 109, GEOL 115, PHYS 100, PHYS 111, PHYS 121, PHYS 141, Other Advanced - ENVS 300, NSCI 358, SSCI 301, Other WT Western Tradition AMER/MUSI 184, ART 110, ART 112, ART 115, BIOL 107, ENGL 212, HIST 112, HIST 113, HUMA 240, PHIL 250/THRS 255, Other Advanced - AMER/PHIL 305, CLAS/WOLT 325, COME/POLI 329, ECON 300, ENGL 321, ENGL 385, FREN 328, GERM 375, HIST 345, HIST 350, HIST 370, HUMA 403, HUMA 411, HUMA 422, MUSI 315, PHIL 310, PHIL 330, SOCI 352, THEA 337, WOLT 320, Other September, 2014 (CC update spring 2015) Page 16

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