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1 DAVENPORT UNIVERSITY - ACCOUNTING INFORMATION MANAGEMENT* BBA Degree Completion Transfer Guide 120 Semester Credit Hours Effective Fall Summer 2008 MONTCALM COMMUNITY COLLEGE FIRST AND SECOND YEAR: COMPLETION OF ASSOCIATE'S DEGREE AT MONTCALM COMMUNITY COLLEGE Associate's Degree In: Accounting or Other AA degree Students should consult with a Montcalm Community College advisor to determine requirements and required courses for Associate's Degree. THIRD YEAR The following courses are required to be taken if not previously completed in the Associate Degree. Please Note: Students may dual enroll at both Montcalm Community College and Davenport University to complete 3rd year courses. Please see a Montcalm Community College advisor or Davenport University admissions representative for details. Davenport Competency Requirement Montcalm Community College Equivalent COMM120 Presentation Techniques COMM210 Speech ECON200 Microeconomics.. ECON216 Principles of Microeconomics ECON201 Macroeconomics. ECON215 Principles of Macroeconomics ENGL109 Composition.. ENGL100 Freshman English I ENGL110 Advanced Composition ENGL101 Freshman English II FRSM100 Career & Education Seminar or Open Elective. BUSN283 Intl Business Practicing Firm MATH120 College Mathematics MATH104 Intermediate Algebra MATH320 Introduction to Statistics. MATH190 Elementary Statistics HUMN Humanities Elective.. Humanities Elective from listing SOSC Social Science Elective POLI240 American Political System SCI/MATH Science/Math Elective. Lab Science Elective ACCT201 Accounting Foundations I.. ACCT115 Principles of Accounting I ACCT202 Accounting Foundations II..... ACCT116 Principles of Accounting II BITS211 Microcomputer Apps: Spreadsheets CMIS250 Microcomputer Spreadsheets BUSN120 Introduction to Business. BUSN135 Intro to Business CISP101 Computer Foundations CMIS115 Intro to Computer Info Systems LEGL210 Business Law Foundations.. BUSN200 Legal Environment of Business MGMT211 Management Foundations. MGMT235 Business Management MKTG211 Marketing Foundations MRKT233 Principles of Marketing ACCT220 Accounting Information Technology.. ACCT212 Computerized Accounting ACCT315 Federal Taxation I. ACCT246 Tax Accounting

2 The following courses must be taken at Davenport University to meet residency and program specific major requirements. Please contact a Davenport University Admissions Representative with any questions. ENGL311 Professional Writing SOSC201 Diversity in Society BUSN210 Professional Ethics FINC211 Corporate Finance DAVENPORT UNIVERSITY FOURTH YEAR: Bachelor Degree Completion* ACCT213 ACCT301 ACCT302 ACCT320 ACCT350 ACCT420 ACCT495 Cost Accounting Intermediate Accounting I Intermediate Accounting II Auditing & Assurance Services Accounting Information Systems Government/Not-for-Profit Accounting Accounting Issues and Research Choose 12 credit hours of Accounting Electives or choose a specialty: Internal Auditing Specialty Management Accounting Specialty Accounting Electives ACCT314 ACCT316 ACCT318 ACCT401 ACCT402 ACCT415 ACCT421 ACCT440 ACCT490 FINC212 Cost Management Federal Taxation II Payroll & State Tax Internal Auditing I Internal Auditing II Advanced Accounting Topics EDP Computer Auditing Advanced Strategic Management Accounting Accounting Internship Advanced Corporate Finance Internal Auditing Specialty ACCT314 Cost Management ACCT401 Internal Auditing I ACCT402 Internal Auditing II ACCT421 EDP Computer Auditing Management Account Specialty Choose 12 credits from the following: ACCT314 Cost Management ACCT415 Advanced Accounting Topics ACCT421 EDP Computer Auditing ACCT440 Advanced Strategic Management Accounting FINC212 Advanced Corporate Finance Open Electives * The state of Michigan requires a minimum of 120 credit hours for Bachelor's Degree completion. To meet this minimum, Open Electives may be required. Non-developmental level courses taken at your community college and not applied directly toward third year requirements will be applied in this area. An official evaluation of transfer credit will determine the need for electives. Number of credits accepted in transfer: 72 Number of credits to be completed after transfer: 48 *This program can be completed at the following Davenport University Locations: Caro, Dearborn, Flint, Gaylord, Grand Rapids-Main Campus (Lettinga), Holland, Kalamazoo, Lansing, Lapeer, Merrillville, Midland, South Bend, Warren and DU Online.

3 DAVENPORT UNIVERSITY - ACCOUNTING FRAUD INVESTIGATION* BBA Degree Completion Transfer Guide 120 Semester Credit Hours Effective Fall Summer 2008 MONTCALM COMMUNITY COLLEGE FIRST AND SECOND YEAR: COMPLETION OF ASSOCIATE'S DEGREE AT MONTCALM COMMUNITY COLLEGE Associate's Degree In: Accounting or Other AA degree Students should consult with a Montcalm Community College advisor to determine requirements and required courses for Associate's Degree. THIRD YEAR The following courses are required to be taken if not previously completed in the Associate Degree. Please Note: Students may dual enroll at both Montcalm Community College and Davenport University to complete 3rd year courses. Please see a Montcalm Community College advisor or Davenport University admissions representative for details. Davenport Competency Requirement Montcalm Community College Equivalent COMM120 Presentation Techniques COMM210 Speech ECON200 Microeconomics.. ECON216 Principles of Microeconomics ECON201 Macroeconomics. ECON215 Principles of Macroeconomics ENGL109 Composition.. ENGL100 Freshman English I ENGL110 Advanced Composition ENGL101 Freshman English II FRSM100 Career & Education Seminar or Open Elective. BUSN283 Intl Business Practicing Firm MATH120 College Mathematics MATH104 Intermediate Algebra MATH320 Introduction to Statistics. MATH190 Elementary Statistics HUMN Humanities Elective.. Humanities Elective from listing SOSC Social Science Elective POLI240 American Political System SCI/MATH Science/Math Elective. Lab Science Elective ACCT201 Accounting Foundations I.. ACCT115 Principles of Accounting I ACCT202 Accounting Foundations II..... ACCT116 Principles of Accounting II BITS211 Microcomputer Apps: Spreadsheets CMIS250 Microcomputer Spreadsheets BUSN120 Introduction to Business. BUSN135 Intro to Business CISP101 Computer Foundations CMIS115 Intro to Computer Info Systems LEGL210 Business Law Foundations.. BUSN200 Legal Environment of Business MGMT211 Management Foundations. MGMT235 Business Management MKTG211 Marketing Foundations MRKT233 Principles of Marketing ACCT220 Accounting Information Technology.. ACCT212 Computerized Accounting

4 The following courses must be taken at Davenport University to meet residency and program specific major requirements. Please contact a Davenport University Admissions Representative with any questions. ENGL311 Professional Writing SOSC201 Diversity in Society BUSN210 Professional Ethics FINC211 Corporate Finance DAVENPORT UNIVERSITY FOURTH YEAR: Bachelor Degree Completion* ACCT213 ACCT301 ACCT302 ACCT320 ACCT350 ACCT401 ACCT402 ACCT421 ACCT495 IAAS221 IAAS332 LEGL211 PSMG250 Cost Accounting Intermediate Accounting I Intermediate Accounting II Auditing & Assurance Services Accounting Information Systems Internal Auditing I Internal Auditing II EDP Computer Auditing Accounting Issues and Research Security Foundations Authentication and Audits Criminal Law Investigative Tech and Procedures Open Electives * The state of Michigan requires a minimum of 120 credit hours for Bachelor's Degree completion. To meet this minimum, Open Electives may be required. Non-developmental level courses taken at your community college and not applied directly toward third year requirements will be applied in this area. An official evaluation of transfer credit will determine the need for electives. Number of credits accepted in transfer: 74 Number of credits to be completed after transfer: 54 *This program can be completed at the following Davenport University Locations: Caro, Dearborn, Flint, Gaylord, Grand Rapids-Main Campus (Lettinga), Holland, Kalamazoo, Lansing, Lapeer, Merrillville, Midland, South Bend, Warren and DU Online.

5 DAVENPORT UNIVERSITY - PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTANCY* BBA/MBA Degree Completion Transfer Guide 150 Semester Credit Hours Effective Fall Summer 2008 MONTCALM COMMUNITY COLLEGE FIRST AND SECOND YEAR: COMPLETION OF ASSOCIATE'S DEGREE AT MONTCALM COMMUNITY COLLEGE Associate's Degree In: Accounting or Other AA degree Students should consult with a Montcalm Community College advisor to determine requirements and required courses for Associate's Degree. THIRD YEAR The following courses are required to be taken if not previously completed in the Associate Degree. Please Note: Students may dual enroll at both Montcalm Community College and Davenport University to complete 3rd year courses. Please see a Montcalm Community College advisor or Davenport University admissions representative for details. Davenport Competency Requirement Montcalm Community College Equivalent COMM120 Presentation Techniques COMM210 Speech ECON200 Microeconomics.. ECON216 Principles of Microeconomics ECON201 Macroeconomics. ECON215 Principles of Macroeconomics ENGL109 Composition.. ENGL100 Freshman English I ENGL110 Advanced Composition ENGL101 Freshman English II FRSM100 Career & Education Seminar or Open Elective. BUSN283 Intl Business Practicing Firm MATH120 College Mathematics MATH104 Intermediate Algebra MATH320 Introduction to Statistics. MATH190 Elementary Statistics HUMN Humanities Elective.. Humanities Elective from listing SOSC Social Science Elective POLI240 American Political System SCI/MATH Science/Math Elective. Lab Science Elective ACCT201 Accounting Foundations I.. ACCT115 Principles of Accounting I ACCT202 Accounting Foundations II..... ACCT116 Principles of Accounting II BITS211 Microcomputer Apps: Spreadsheets CMIS250 Microcomputer Spreadsheets BUSN120 Introduction to Business. BUSN135 Intro to Business CISP101 Computer Foundations CMIS115 Intro to Computer Info Systems LEGL210 Business Law Foundations.. BUSN200 Legal Environment of Business MGMT211 Management Foundations. MGMT235 Business Management MKTG211 Marketing Foundations MRKT233 Principles of Marketing ACCT220 Accounting Information Technology ACCT212 Computerized Accounting ACCT315 Federal Taxation I.. ACCT246 Tax Accounting

6 The following courses must be taken at Davenport University to meet residency and program specific major requirements. Please contact a Davenport University Admissions Representative with any questions. ENGL311 Professional Writing SOSC201 Diversity in Society BUSN210 Professional Ethics FINC211 Corporate Finance DAVENPORT UNIVERSITY FOURTH YEAR: Bachelor Degree Completion* ACCT213 ACCT301 ACCT302 ACCT320 ACCT350 ACCT415 ACCT420 ACCT495 ACCT600 ACCT640 ACCT650 ACCT730 ECON625 FINC620 MGMT420 MGMT645 MGMT650 MGMT755 MISG620 MKTG610 Cost Accounting Intermediate Accounting I Intermediate Accounting II Auditing & Assurance Services Accounting Information Systems Advanced Accounting Topics Government/Not-for-Profit Accounting Accounting Issues and Research Professional Accountancy Seminar Managerial Accounting CPA Responsibilities and Ethics Taxation Corporations and Trust Managerial Economics Financial Management Corporate Governance & Ethics Organizational Development and Culture Business Analysis Strategic Planning & Management Accounting Information Systems Marketing Strategies MBA Accounting Electives (6 credits) Capstone CAPS799 Capstone Experience Open Electives * The state of Michigan requires a minimum of 120 credit hours for Bachelor's Degree completion. To meet this minimum, Open Electives may be required. Non-developmental level courses taken at your community college and not applied directly toward third year requirements will be applied in this area. An official evaluation of transfer credit will determine the need for electives. Number of credits accepted in transfer: 71 Number of credits to be completed after transfer: 82 *This program can be completed at the following Davenport University Locations: Caro, Dearborn, Grand Rapids-Main Campus (Lettinga), Holland, Kalamazoo, Merrillville, South Bend, Warren and DU Online.

7 DAVENPORT UNIVERSITY - FINANCE* BBA Degree Completion Transfer Guide 120 Semester Credit Hours Effective Fall Summer 2008 MONTCALM COMMUNITY COLLEGE FIRST AND SECOND YEAR: COMPLETION OF ASSOCIATE'S DEGREE AT MONTCALM COMMUNITY COLLEGE Associate's Degree In: Accounting or Other AA degree Students should consult with a Montcalm Community College advisor to determine requirements and required courses for Associate's Degree. THIRD YEAR The following courses are required to be taken if not previously completed in the Associate Degree. Please Note: Students may dual enroll at both Montcalm Community College and Davenport University to complete 3rd year courses. Please see a Montcalm Community College advisor or Davenport University admissions representative for details. Davenport Competency Requirement Montcalm Community College Equivalent COMM120 Presentation Techniques COMM210 Speech ECON200 Microeconomics.. ECON216 Principles of Microeconomics ECON201 Macroeconomics. ECON215 Principles of Macroeconomics ENGL109 Composition.. ENGL100 Freshman English I ENGL110 Advanced Composition ENGL101 Freshman English II FRSM100 Career & Education Seminar or Open Elective. BUSN283 Intl Business Practicing Firm MATH120 College Mathematics MATH104 Intermediate Algebra MATH320 Introduction to Statistics. MATH190 Elementary Statistics HUMN Humanities Elective.. Humanities Elective from listing SOSC Social Science Elective POLI240 American Political System SCI/MATH Science/Math Elective. Lab Science Elective ACCT201 Accounting Foundations I.. ACCT115 Principles of Accounting I ACCT202 Accounting Foundations II..... ACCT116 Principles of Accounting II BITS211 Microcomputer Apps: Spreadsheets CMIS250 Microcomputer Spreadsheets BUSN120 Introduction to Business. BUSN135 Intro to Business CISP101 Computer Foundations CMIS115 Intro to Computer Info Systems LEGL210 Business Law Foundations.. BUSN200 Legal Environment of Business MGMT211 Management Foundations. MGMT235 Business Management MKTG211 Marketing Foundations MRKT233 Principles of Marketing ACCT315 Federal Taxation I.. ACCT246 Tax Accounting

8 The following courses must be taken at Davenport University to meet residency and program specific major requirements. Please contact a Davenport University Admissions Representative with any questions. ENGL311 Professional Writing SOSC201 Diversity in Society BUSN210 Professional Ethics FINC211 Corporate Finance DAVENPORT UNIVERSITY FOURTH YEAR: Bachelor Degree Completion* ACCT301 FINC212 FINC215 FINC220 FINC221 FINC320 FINC402 FINC403 Intermediate Accounting I Advanced Corporate Finance Investment Planning Money & Banking Financial Analysis International Finance Portfolio Management Health Care Finance Choose the Financial Planning Specialty or 3 of the following electives: ACCT302 Intermediate Accounting II FINC222 Behavioral Finance FINC230 Financial Planning & Insurance FINC301 Retirement Plan/Employee Benefits FINC310 Real Estate Finance FINC401 Estate Planning Financial Planning Specialty ACCT316 Federal Taxation II FINC222 Behavioral Finance FINC230 Financial Planning & Insurance FINC301 Retirement Plan/Employee Benefits FINC401 Estate Planning Open Electives * The state of Michigan requires a minimum of 120 credit hours for Bachelor's Degree completion. To meet this minimum, Open Electives may be required. Non-developmental level courses taken at your community college and not applied directly toward third year requirements will be applied in this area. An official evaluation of transfer credit will determine the need for electives. Number of credits accepted in transfer: 74 Number of credits to be completed after transfer: 46 *This program can be completed at the following Davenport University Locations: Dearborn, Grand Rapids-Main Campus (Lettinga), Warren, and DU Online.

9 DAVENPORT UNIVERSITY - APPLIED BUSINESS* BBA Degree Completion Transfer Guide 120 Semester Credit Hours Effective Fall Summer 2008 MONTCALM COMMUNITY COLLEGE FIRST AND SECOND YEAR: COMPLETION OF ASSOCIATE'S DEGREE AT MONTCALM COMMUNITY COLLEGE Associate's Degree In: Electronics Technology Students should consult with a Montcalm Community College advisor to determine requirements and required courses for Associate's Degree. THIRD YEAR The following courses are required to be taken if not previously completed in the Associate Degree. Please Note: Students may dual enroll at both Montcalm Community College and Davenport University to complete 3rd year courses. Please see a Montcalm Community College advisor or Davenport University admissions representative for details. Davenport Competency Requirement Montcalm Community College Equivalent COMM120 Presentation Techniques COMM210 Speech ECON200 Microeconomics.. ECON216 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON201 Macroeconomics. ECON215 Principles of Macroeconomics ENGL109 Composition.. ENGL100 Freshman English I ENGL110 Advanced Composition ENGL101 Freshman English II FRSM100 Career & Education Seminar or Open Elective. BUSN251 Customer Relations MATH120 College Mathematics MATH120 Trigonometry HUMN Humanities Elective.. Humanities Elective from Listing SOSC Social Science Elective POLI240 American Political System SCI/MATH Science/Math Elective. PHYS111 Intro to College Physics ACCT201 Accounting Foundations I.. ACCT115 Principles of Accounting I ACCT202 Accounting Foundations II..... ACCT116 Principles of Accounting II BUSN120 Introduction to Business. BUSN135 Introduction to Business CISP101 Computer Foundations CMIS115 Intro to Computer Info. Systems Specialty Courses comprising the major area of the Associate Degree

10 The following courses must be taken at Davenport University to meet residency and program specific major requirements. Please contact a Davenport University Admissions Representative with any questions. ENGL311 Professional Writing MATH320 Introduction to Statistics SOSC201 Diversity in Society BITS211 Microcomputer Apps: Spreadsheets BUSN210 Professional Ethics FINC211 Corporate Finance LEGL210 Business Law Foundations MGMT211 Management Foundations MKTG211 Marketing Foundations DAVENPORT UNIVERSITY FOURTH YEAR: Bachelor Degree Completion* BUSN403 FINC235 MGMT411 MGMT441 Business Research Financial Analysis for Business Managers Project Management Strategic Management Open Electives * The state of Michigan requires a minimum of 120 credit hours for Bachelor's Degree completion. To meet this minimum, Open Electives may be required. Non-developmental level courses taken at your community college and not applied directly toward third year requirements will be applied in this area. An official evaluation of transfer credit will determine the need for electives. Number of credits accepted in transfer: 85 Number of credits to be completed after transfer: 40 *This program can be completed at the following Davenport University Locations: Alma, Bad Axe, Bay City, Caro, Dearborn, Flint, Gaylord, Grand Rapids-Main Campus (Lettinga), Holland, Kalamazoo, Lansing, Lapeer, Merrillville, Midland, Romeo, Saginaw, South Bend, Traverse City, Warren and DU Online.

11 DAVENPORT UNIVERSITY - APPLIED BUSINESS* BBA Degree Completion Transfer Guide 120 Semester Credit Hours Effective Fall Summer 2008 MONTCALM COMMUNITY COLLEGE FIRST AND SECOND YEAR: COMPLETION OF ASSOCIATE'S DEGREE AT MONTCALM COMMUNITY COLLEGE Associate's Degree In: Computer Repair Students should consult with a Montcalm Community College advisor to determine requirements and required courses for Associate's Degree. THIRD YEAR The following courses are required to be taken if not previously completed in the Associate Degree. Please Note: Students may dual enroll at both Montcalm Community College and Davenport University to complete 3rd year courses. Please see a Montcalm Community College advisor or Davenport University admissions representative for details. Davenport Competency Requirement Montcalm Community College Equivalent COMM120 Presentation Techniques COM210 Speech ECON200 Microeconomics.. ECON216 Principles of Microeconomics ECON201 Macroeconomics. ECON215 Principles of Macroeconomics ENGL109 Composition.. ENGL100 Freshman English I ENGL110 Advanced Composition ENGL101 Freshman English II FRSM100 Career & Education Seminar or Open Elective. CMIS110 Exploring the Internet MATH120 College Mathematics MATH120 Trigonometry MATH320 Introduction to Statistics. MATH190 Elementary Statistics HUMN Humanities Elective.. Humanities Elective from Listing SOSC Social Science Elective POLI240 American Political System SCI/MATH Science/Math Elective. PHYS111 Intro to College Physics ACCT201 Accounting Foundations I.. ACCT115 Principles of Accounting I ACCT202 Accounting Foundations II..... ACCT116 Principles of Accounting II BUSN120 Introduction to Business BUSN135 Introduction to Business CISP101 Computer Foundations CMIS115 Intro to Computer Info. Systems Specialty Courses comprising the major area of the Associate Degree

12 The following courses must be taken at Davenport University to meet residency and program specific major requirements. Please contact a Davenport University Admissions Representative with any questions. ENGL311 Professional Writing SOSC201 Diversity in Society BITS211 Microcomputer Apps: Spreadsheets BUSN210 Professional Ethics FINC211 Corporate Finance LEGL210 Business Law Foundations MGMT211 Management Foundations MKTG211 Marketing Foundations DAVENPORT UNIVERSITY FOURTH YEAR: Bachelor Degree Completion* BUSN403 FINC235 MGMT411 MGMT441 Business Research Financial Analysis for Business Managers Project Management Strategic Management Open Electives * The state of Michigan requires a minimum of 120 credit hours for Bachelor's Degree completion. To meet this minimum, Open Electives may be required. Non-developmental level courses taken at your community college and not applied directly toward third year requirements will be applied in this area. An official evaluation of transfer credit will determine the need for electives. Number of credits accepted in transfer: 85 Number of credits to be completed after transfer: 37 *This program can be completed at the following Davenport University Locations: Alma, Bad Axe, Bay City, Caro, Dearborn, Flint, Gaylord, Grand Rapids-Main Campus (Lettinga), Holland, Kalamazoo, Lansing, Lapeer, Merrillville, Midland, Romeo, Saginaw, South Bend, Traverse City, Warren and DU Online.

13 DAVENPORT UNIVERSITY - BUSINESS PROFESSIONAL STUDIES* BBA Degree Completion Transfer Guide 120 Semester Credit Hours Effective Fall Summer 2008 MONTCALM COMMUNITY COLLEGE FIRST AND SECOND YEAR: COMPLETION OF ASSOCIATE'S DEGREE AT MONTCALM COMMUNITY COLLEGE Associate's Degree In: Industrial Technology or Other AA degree Students should consult with a Montcalm Community College advisor to determine requirements and required courses for Associate's Degree. THIRD YEAR The following courses are required to be taken if not previously completed in the Associate Degree. Please Note: Students may dual enroll at both Montcalm Community College and Davenport University to complete 3rd year courses. Please see a Montcalm Community College advisor or Davenport University admissions representative for details. Davenport Competency Requirement Montcalm Community College Equivalent COMM120 Presentation Techniques COMM210 Speech ECON200 Microeconomics.. ECON216 Principles of Microeconomics ECON201 Macroeconomics. ECON215 Principles of Macroeconomics ENGL109 Composition.. ENGL100 Freshman English I ENGL110 Advanced Composition ENGL101 Freshman English II FRSM100 Career & Education Seminar or Open Elective. BUSN251 Customer Relations MATH120 College Mathematics MATH120 Trigonometry MATH320 Introduction to Statistics. MATH190 Elementary Statistics HUMN Humanities Elective.. POLI240 American Political System SOSC Social Science Elective Social Science Elective from listing SCI/MATH Science/Math Elective. PHYS111 Introduction to College Physic I ACCT201 Accounting Foundations I.. ACCT115 Principles of Accounting I ACCT202 Accounting Foundations II..... ACCT116 Principles of Accounting II BITS211 Microcomputer Apps: Spreadsheets CMIS250 Microcomputer Spreadsheets BUSN120 Introduction to Business. BUSN135 Introduction to Business CISP101 Computer Foundations CMIS115 Introduction to Computer Information Systems MGMT211 Management Foundations.. MGMT235 Business Management MKTG211 Marketing Foundations MRKT233 Principles of Marketing MGMT321 Organizational Behavior. MGMT250 Organizational Behavior Choose 6 (six) credits from the following courses: BUSN225 International Business BUSN260 International Business

14 The following courses must be taken at Davenport University to meet residency and program specific major requirements. Please contact a Davenport University Admissions Representative with any questions. ENGL311 Professional Writing SOSC201 Diversity in Society BUSN210 Professional Ethics FINC211 Corporate Finance LEGL210 Business Law Foundations DAVENPORT UNIVERSITY FOURTH YEAR: Bachelor Degree Completion* BUSN403 FINC235 HRMG213 MGMT340 or MGMT357 MGMT441 Business Research Financial Analysis for Business Managers Human Resource Management Service Operations & Technologies or Operations Management Strategic Management Choose 6 (six) credits from the following courses: HRMG313 Staffing Organizations HRMG431 Negotiation and Dispute Resolution LEGL401 Employment and Labor Law MGMT411 Project Management MKTG320 Marketing of Services MKTG404 Business to Business Marketing MKTG430 Product Development and Management Open Electives * The state of Michigan requires a minimum of 120 credit hours for Bachelor's Degree completion. To meet this minimum, Open Electives may be required. Non-developmental level courses taken at your community college and not applied directly toward third year requirements will be applied in this area. An official evaluation of transfer credit will determine the need for electives. Number of credits accepted in transfer: 100 Number of credits to be completed after transfer: 34 *This program can be completed at the following Davenport University Locations: Alma, Bad Axe, Bay City, Caro, Dearborn, Flint, Gaylord, Grand Rapids-Main Campus (Lettinga), Holland, Kalamazoo, Lansing, Lapeer, Merrillville, Midland, Romeo, Saginaw, South Bend, Traverse City, Warren and DU Online.

15 DAVENPORT UNIVERSITY - BUSINESS PROFESSIONAL STUDIES* BBA Degree Completion Transfer Guide 120 Semester Credit Hours Effective Fall Summer 2008 MONTCALM COMMUNITY COLLEGE FIRST AND SECOND YEAR: COMPLETION OF ASSOCIATE'S DEGREE AT MONTCALM COMMUNITY COLLEGE Associate's Degree In: General Studies or Other AA degree Students should consult with a Montcalm Community College advisor to determine requirements and required courses for Associate's Degree. THIRD YEAR The following courses are required to be taken if not previously completed in the Associate Degree. Please Note: Students may dual enroll at both Montcalm Community College and Davenport University to complete 3rd year courses. Please see a Montcalm Community College advisor or Davenport University admissions representative for details. Davenport Competency Requirement Montcalm Community College Equivalent COMM120 Presentation Techniques COMM210 Speech ECON200 Microeconomics.. ECON216 Principles of Microeconomics ECON201 Macroeconomics. ECON215 Principles of Macroeconomics ENGL109 Composition.. ENGL100 Freshman English I ENGL110 Advanced Composition ENGL101 Freshman English II FRSM100 Career & Education Seminar or Open Elective. BUSN251 Customer Relations LEGL210 Business Law Foundations.. BUSN200 Legal Environment of Business MATH120 College Mathematics MATH120 Trigonometry MATH320 Introduction to Statistics. MATH190 Elementary Statistics HUMN Humanities Elective.. POLI240 American Political System SOSC Social Science Elective Social Science Elective from listing SCI/MATH Science/Math Elective. PHYS111 Introduction to College Physic I ACCT201 Accounting Foundations I.. ACCT115 Principles of Accounting I ACCT202 Accounting Foundations II..... ACCT116 Principles of Accounting II BITS211 Microcomputer Apps: Spreadsheets CMIS250 Microcomputer Spreadsheets BUSN120 Introduction to Business. BUSN135 Introduction to Business CISP101 Computer Foundations CMIS115 Introduction to Computer Information Systems MGMT211 Management Foundations. MGMT235 Business Management MKTG211 Marketing Foundations MRKT233 Principles of Marketing MGMT321 Organizational Behavior. MGMT250 Organizational Behavior Choose 6 (six) credits from the following courses: BUSN225 International Business BUSN260 International Business

16 The following courses must be taken at Davenport University to meet residency and program specific major requirements. Please contact a Davenport University Admissions Representative with any questions. ENGL311 Professional Writing SOSC201 Diversity in Society BUSN210 Professional Ethics FINC211 Corporate Finance DAVENPORT UNIVERSITY FOURTH YEAR: Bachelor Degree Completion* BUSN403 FINC235 HRMG213 MGMT340 or MGMT357 MGMT441 Business Research Financial Analysis for Business Managers Human Resource Management Service Operations & Technologies or Operations Management Strategic Management Choose 6 (six) credits from the following courses: HRMG313 Staffing Organizations HRMG431 Negotiation and Dispute Resolution LEGL401 Employment and Labor Law MGMT411 Project Management MKTG320 Marketing of Services MKTG404 Business to Business Marketing MKTG430 Product Development and Management Open Electives * The state of Michigan requires a minimum of 120 credit hours for Bachelor's Degree completion. To meet this minimum, Open Electives may be required. Non-developmental level courses taken at your community college and not applied directly toward third year requirements will be applied in this area. An official evaluation of transfer credit will determine the need for electives. Number of credits accepted in transfer: 89 Number of credits to be completed after transfer: 31 *This program can be completed at the following Davenport University Locations: Alma, Bad Axe, Bay City, Caro, Dearborn, Flint, Gaylord, Grand Rapids-Main Campus (Lettinga), Holland, Kalamazoo, Lansing, Lapeer, Merrillville, Midland, Romeo, Saginaw, South Bend, Traverse City, Warren and DU Online.

17 DAVENPORT UNIVERSITY - HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT* BBA Degree Completion Transfer Guide 120 Semester Credit Hours Effective Fall Summer 2008 MONTCALM COMMUNITY COLLEGE FIRST AND SECOND YEAR: COMPLETION OF ASSOCIATE'S DEGREE AT MONTCALM COMMUNITY COLLEGE Associate's Degree In: Business Administration or Other AA degree Students should consult with a Montcalm Community College advisor to determine requirements and required courses for Associate's Degree. THIRD YEAR The following courses are required to be taken if not previously completed in the Associate Degree. Please Note: Students may dual enroll at both Montcalm Community College and Davenport University to complete 3rd year courses. Please see a Montcalm Community College advisor or Davenport University admissions representative for details. Davenport Competency Requirement Montcalm Community College Equivalent COMM120 Presentation Techniques COMM210 Speech ECON200 Microeconomics.. ECON216 Principles of Microeconomics ECON201 Macroeconomics. ECON215 Principles of Macroeconomics ENGL109 Composition.. ENGL100 Freshman English I ENGL110 Advanced Composition ENGL101 Freshman English II FRSM100 Career & Education Seminar or Open Elective. BUSN283 International Business Practice Firm MATH120 College Mathematics MATH104 Intermediate Algebra MATH320 Introduction to Statistics. MATH190 Elementary Statistics HUMN Humanities Elective.. Humanities Elective from Listing SOSC Social Science Elective POLI240 American Political System SCI/MATH Science/Math Elective. Laboratory Science ACCT201 Accounting Foundations I.. ACCT115 Principles of Accounting I ACCT202 Accounting Foundations II..... ACCT116 Principles of Accounting II BITS211 Microcomputer Apps: Spreadsheets CMIS250 Microcomputer Spreadsheets BUSN120 Introduction to Business. BUSN135 Introduction to Business CISP101 Computer Foundations CMIS115 Introduction to Computer Information Systems LEGL210 Business Law Foundations.. BUSN200 Legal Environment MGMT211 Management Foundations. MGMT237 Concepts of Management MKTG211 Marketing Foundations MRKT233 Principles of Marketing BUSN225 International Business.. BUSN260 International Business HRMG213 Human Resource Management. MGMT245 Human Resource Management MGMT321 Organizational Behavior. MGMT250 Organizational Behavior

18 The following courses must be taken at Davenport University to meet residency and program specific major requirements. Please contact a Davenport University Admissions Representative with any questions. ENGL311 Professional Writing SOSC201 Diversity in Society BUSN210 Professional Ethics FINC211 Corporate Finance DAVENPORT UNIVERSITY FOURTH YEAR: Bachelor Degree Completion* HRMG313 HRMG314 HRMG330 HRMG350 HRMG431 HRMG433 HRMG453 LEGL401 MGMT411 Staffing Organizations Managing Change in Organizations International Management Training for Organizations Negotiation/Dispute Resolution Compensation Administration Strategic Human Resources Employment and Labor Law Project Management Open Electives * The state of Michigan requires a minimum of 120 credit hours for Bachelor's Degree completion. To meet this minimum, Open Electives may be required. Non-developmental level courses taken at your community college and not applied directly toward third year requirements will be applied in this area. An official evaluation of transfer credit will determine the need for electives. Number of credits accepted in transfer: 80 Number of credits to be completed after transfer: 40 *This program can be completed at the following Davenport University Locations: Dearborn, Grand Rapids-Main Campus (Lettinga), Holland, Kalamazoo, Lansing, Lapeer, Merrillville, Midland, Saginaw, South Bend, Traverse City, Warren and DU Online.

19 DAVENPORT UNIVERSITY - INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS* BBA Degree Completion Transfer Guide 120 Semester Credit Hours Effective Fall Summer 2008 MONTCALM COMMUNITY COLLEGE FIRST AND SECOND YEAR: COMPLETION OF ASSOCIATE'S DEGREE AT MONTCALM COMMUNITY COLLEGE Associate's Degree In: or Other AA degree Business Administration Students should consult with a Montcalm Community College advisor to determine requirements and required courses for Associate's Degree. THIRD YEAR The following courses are required to be taken if not previously completed in the Associate Degree. Please Note: Students may dual enroll at both Montcalm Community College and Davenport University to complete 3rd year courses. Please see a Montcalm Community College advisor or Davenport University admissions representative for details. Davenport Competency Requirement Montcalm Community College Equivalent COMM120 Presentation Techniques COMM210 Speech ECON200 Microeconomics.. ECON216 Principles of Microeconomics ECON201 Macroeconomics. ECON215 Principles of Macroeconomics ENGL109 Composition.. ENGL100 Freshman English I ENGL110 Advanced Composition ENGL101 Freshman English II FRSM100 Career & Education Seminar or Open Elective. BUSN283 International Business Practice Firm MATH120 College Mathematics MATH104 Intermediate Algebra MATH320 Introduction to Statistics. MATH190 Elementary Statistics HUMN Humanities Elective.. Humanities Elective from Listing SOSC Social Science Elective POLI240 American Political System SCI/MATH Science/Math Elective. Laboratory Science ACCT201 Accounting Foundations I.. ACCT115 Principles of Accounting I ACCT202 Accounting Foundations II..... ACCT116 Principles of Accounting II BITS211 Microcomputer Apps: Spreadsheets CMIS250 Microcomputer Spreadsheets BUSN120 Introduction to Business. BUSN135 Introduction to Business CISP101 Computer Foundations CMIS115 Introduction to Computer Information Systems LEGL210 Business Law Foundations.. BUSN200 Legal Environment MGMT211 Management Foundations. MGMT237 Concepts of Management MKTG211 Marketing Foundations MRKT233 Principles of Marketing FORL Foreign Language Foreign Language I & II BUSN225 International Business. BUSN260 International Business HRMG213 Human Resource Management. MGMT245 Human Resource Management MGMT441 Strategic Management MGMT275 Strategic Management

20 The following courses must be taken at Davenport University to meet residency and program specific major requirements. Please contact a Davenport University Admissions Representative with any questions. ENGL311 Professional Writing SOSC201 Diversity in Society BUSN210 Professional Ethics FINC211 Corporate Finance DAVENPORT UNIVERSITY FOURTH YEAR: Bachelor Degree Completion* BUSN403 FINC235 FINC320 HRMG330 LEGL320 MGMT411 MGMT490 or MGMT490N MKTG421 Business Research Financial Analysis for Business Managers International Finance International Management International Business Law Project Management Internship or Study Abroad International Marketing Open Electives * The state of Michigan requires a minimum of 120 credit hours for Bachelor's Degree completion. To meet this minimum, Open Electives may be required. Non-developmental level courses taken at your community college and not applied directly toward third year requirements will be applied in this area. An official evaluation of transfer credit will determine the need for electives. Number of credits accepted in transfer: 90 Number of credits to be completed after transfer: 36 *This program can be completed at the following Davenport University Locations: Dearborn and Grand Rapids-Main Campus (Lettinga).

21 DAVENPORT UNIVERSITY - INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS* BBA Degree Completion Transfer Guide 120 Semester Credit Hours Effective Fall Summer 2008 MONTCALM COMMUNITY COLLEGE FIRST AND SECOND YEAR: COMPLETION OF ASSOCIATE'S DEGREE AT MONTCALM COMMUNITY COLLEGE Associate's Degree In: Small Business Development / Management or Other AA degree Students should consult with a Montcalm Community College advisor to determine requirements and required courses for Associate's Degree. THIRD YEAR The following courses are required to be taken if not previously completed in the Associate Degree. Please Note: Students may dual enroll at both Montcalm Community College and Davenport University to complete 3rd year courses. Please see a Montcalm Community College advisor or Davenport University admissions representative for details. Davenport Competency Requirement Montcalm Community College Equivalent COMM120 Presentation Techniques COMM210 Speech ECON200 Microeconomics.. ECON216 Principles of Microeconomics ECON201 Macroeconomics. ECON215 Principles of Macroeconomics ENGL109 Composition.. ENGL100 Freshman English I ENGL110 Advanced Composition ENGL101 Freshman English II FRSM100 Career & Education Seminar or Open Elective. ACCT105 Accounting for Small Business MATH120 College Mathematics MATH104 Intermediate Algebra MATH320 Introduction to Statistics. MATH190 Elementary Statistics HUMN Humanities Elective.. Humanities Elective from Listing SOSC Social Science Elective POLI240 American Political System SCI/MATH Science/Math Elective. Laboratory Science ACCT201 Accounting Foundations I.. ACCT115 Principles of Accounting I ACCT202 Accounting Foundations II..... ACCT116 Principles of Accounting II BITS211 Microcomputer Apps: Spreadsheets CMIS250 Microcomputer Spreadsheets BUSN120 Introduction to Business. BUSN135 Introduction to Business CISP101 Computer Foundations CMIS115 Introduction to Computer Information Systems LEGL210 Business Law Foundations.. BUSN200 Legal Environment MGMT211 Management Foundations. MGMT237 Concepts of Management MKTG211 Marketing Foundations MRKT233 Principles of Marketing FORL Foreign Language Foreign Language I & II BUSN225 International Business. BUSN260 International Business HRMG213 Human Resource Management. MGMT245 Human Resource Management

22 The following courses must be taken at Davenport University to meet residency and program specific major requirements. Please contact a Davenport University Admissions Representative with any questions. ENGL311 Professional Writing SOSC201 Diversity in Society BUSN210 Professional Ethics FINC211 Corporate Finance DAVENPORT UNIVERSITY FOURTH YEAR: Bachelor Degree Completion* BUSN403 FINC235 FINC320 HRMG330 LEGL320 MGMT411 MGMT441 MGMT490 or MGMT490N MKTG421 Business Research Financial Analysis for Business Managers International Finance International Management International Business Law Project Management Strategic Management Internship or Study Abroad International Marketing Open Electives * The state of Michigan requires a minimum of 120 credit hours for Bachelor's Degree completion. To meet this minimum, Open Electives may be required. Non-developmental level courses taken at your community college and not applied directly toward third year requirements will be applied in this area. An official evaluation of transfer credit will determine the need for electives. Number of credits accepted in transfer: 89 Number of credits to be completed after transfer: 39 *This program can be completed at the following Davenport University Locations: Dearborn and Grand Rapids-Main Campus (Lettinga).

23 DAVENPORT UNIVERSITY - MANAGEMENT* BBA Degree Completion Transfer Guide 120 Semester Credit Hours Effective Fall Summer 2008 MONTCALM COMMUNITY COLLEGE FIRST AND SECOND YEAR: COMPLETION OF ASSOCIATE'S DEGREE AT MONTCALM COMMUNITY COLLEGE Associate's Degree In: Business Administration or Other AA degree Students should consult with a Montcalm Community College advisor to determine requirements and required courses for Associate's Degree. THIRD YEAR The following courses are required to be taken if not previously completed in the Associate Degree. Please Note: Students may dual enroll at both Montcalm Community College and Davenport University to complete 3rd year courses. Please see a Montcalm Community College advisor or Davenport University admissions representative for details. Davenport Competency Requirement Montcalm Community College Equivalent COMM120 Presentation Techniques COMM210 Speech ECON200 Microeconomics.. ECON216 Principles of Microeconomics ECON201 Macroeconomics. ECON215 Principles of Macroeconomics ENGL109 Composition.. ENGL100 Freshman English I ENGL110 Advanced Composition ENGL101 Freshman English II FRSM100 Career & Education Seminar or Open Elective. BUS283 International Business Practicing Firm MATH120 College Mathematics MATH104 Intermediate Algebra MATH320 Introduction to Statistics. MATH190 Elementary Statistics HUMN Humanities Elective.. Humanities Elective from listing SOSC Social Science Elective POLI/240 American Political System SCI/MATH Science/Math Elective. Laboratory Science ACCT201 Accounting Foundations I.. ACCT115 Principles of Accounting I ACCT202 Accounting Foundations II..... ACCT116 Principles of Accounting II BITS211 Microcomputer Apps: Spreadsheets CMIS250 Microcomputer Spreadsheets BUSN120 Introduction to Business. BUSN135 Introduction to Business CISP101 Computer Foundations CMIS115 Introduction to Computer Information Systems LEGL210 Business Law Foundations.. BUSN200 Legal Environment MGMT211 Management Foundations. MGMT237 Concepts of Management MKTG211 Marketing Foundations MRKT233 Principles of Marketing BUSN225 International Business BUSN260 International Business HRMG213 Human Resource Management. MGMT245 Human Resource Management MGMT321 Organizational Behavior. MGMT250 Organizational Behavior

24 The following courses must be taken at Davenport University to meet residency and program specific major requirements. Please contact a Davenport University Admissions Representative with any questions. ENGL311 Professional Writing SOSC201 Diversity in Society BUSN210 Professional Ethics FINC211 Corporate Finance DAVENPORT UNIVERSITY FOURTH YEAR: Bachelor Degree Completion* BUSN403 FINC235 MGMT340 or MGMT357 MGMT411 MGMT441 Business Research Financial Analysis for Business Managers Service Operations and Technology or Operation Management Project Management Strategic Management Plus 3 (three) upper level Management electives or choose a Specialty: Entrepreneurship Specialty BUSN425 New Venture Planning FINC223 Entrepreneurial Finance MKTG320 Marketing of Services MKTG322 Internet Marketing Financial Management Specialty ACCT213 Cost Accounting FINC212 Advanced Corporate Finance FINC220 Money & Banking Governance and Leadership Specialty HRMG314 Managing Change in Organizations MGMT400 Leadership Development MGMT420 Corporate Governance/Ethics Open Electives * The state of Michigan requires a minimum of 120 credit hours for Bachelor's Degree completion. To meet this minimum, Open Electives may be required. Non-developmental level courses taken at your community college and not applied directly toward third year requirements will be applied in this area. An official evaluation of transfer credit will determine the need for electives. Number of credits accepted in transfer: 87 Number of credits to be completed after transfer: 36 *This program can be completed at the following Davenport University Locations: Alma, Bad Axe, Bay City, Caro, Dearborn, Flint, Gaylord, Grand Rapids-Main Campus (Lettinga), Holland, Kalamazoo, Lansing, Lapeer, Merrillville, Midland, Romeo, Saginaw, South Bend, Traverse City, Warren and DU Online.

25 DAVENPORT UNIVERSITY - MARKETING* BBA Degree Completion Transfer Guide 120 Semester Credit Hours Effective Fall Summer 2008 MONTCALM COMMUNITY COLLEGE FIRST AND SECOND YEAR: COMPLETION OF ASSOCIATE'S DEGREE AT MONTCALM COMMUNITY COLLEGE Associate's Degree In: Business Administration or Other AA degree Students should consult with a Montcalm Community College advisor to determine requirements and required courses for Associate's Degree. THIRD YEAR The following courses are required to be taken if not previously completed in the Associate Degree. Please Note: Students may dual enroll at both Montcalm Community College and Davenport University to complete 3rd year courses. Please see a Montcalm Community College advisor or Davenport University admissions representative for details. Davenport Competency Requirement Montcalm Community College Equivalent COMM120 Presentation Techniques COMM210 Speech ECON200 Microeconomics.. ECON216 Principles of Microeconomics ECON201 Macroeconomics. ECON215 Principles of Macroeconomics ENGL109 Composition.. ENGL100 Freshman English I ENGL110 Advanced Composition ENGL101 Freshman English II FRSM100 Career & Education Seminar or Open Elective. BUS283 International Business Practicing Firm MATH120 College Mathematics MATH104 Intermediate Algebra MATH320 Introduction to Statistics. MATH190 Elementary Statistics HUMN Humanities Elective.. Humanities Elective from listing SOSC Social Science Elective POL240 American Political System SCI/MATH Science/Math Elective. Laboratory Science ACCT201 Accounting Foundations I.. ACCT115 Principles of Accounting I ACCT202 Accounting Foundations II..... ACCT116 Principles of Accounting II BITS211 Microcomputer Apps: Spreadsheets CMIS250 Microcomputer Spreadsheets BUSN120 Introduction to Business. BUSN135 Introduction to Business CISP101 Computer Foundations CMIS115 Introduction to Computer Information Systems LEGL210 Business Law Foundations.. BUSN200 Legal Environment MGMT211 Management Foundations. MGMT237 Concepts of Management MKTG211 Marketing Foundations MRKT233 Principles of Marketing MKTG213 Advertising Foundations. MRKT248 Advertising MKTG412 Marketing Research MKTG275 Marketing Research

26 The following courses must be taken at Davenport University to meet residency and program specific major requirements. Please contact a Davenport University Admissions Representative with any questions. ENGL311 Professional Writing SOSC201 Diversity in Society BUSN210 Professional Ethics FINC211 Corporate Finance DAVENPORT UNIVERSITY FOURTH YEAR: Bachelor Degree Completion* MKTG212 MKTG310 MKTG421 MKTG430 MKTG441 Professional Selling Consumer Behavior International Marketing Product Development/Management Strategic Marketing Plus 3 (three) Marketing Electives or choose one of the following Specialty: Advertising & Promotion Specialty MKTG306 Creative Strategies MKTG314 Media Planning MKTG420 Integrated Communications Management Business to Business Specialty MKTG305 Sales Management MKTG311 Channel Strategies MKTG404 Business to Business Marketing Entrepreneurship Specialty BUSN425 New Venture Planning FINC223 Entrepreneurial Finance MKTG320 Marketing Of Services MKTG322 Internet Marketing Sport Marketing Specialty MGMT214 Sport Management Foundations MGMT223 Sports in Society MKTG215 Sport Marketing MKTG350 Sport Advertising and Promotion Open Electives * The state of Michigan requires a minimum of 120 credit hours for Bachelor's Degree completion. To meet this minimum, Open Electives may be required. Non-developmental level courses taken at your community college and not applied directly toward third year requirements will be applied in this area. An official evaluation of transfer credit will determine the need for electives. Number of credits accepted in transfer: 81 Number of credits to be completed after transfer: 36 *This program can be completed at the following Davenport University Locations: Dearborn, Flint, Grand Rapids-Main Campus (Lettinga), Holland, Kalamazoo, Lansing, Merrillville, Romeo, South Bend, Traverse City, Warren and DU Online.

27 DAVENPORT UNIVERSITY - MARKETING* BBA Degree Completion Transfer Guide 120 Semester Credit Hours Effective Fall Summer 2008 MONTCALM COMMUNITY COLLEGE FIRST AND SECOND YEAR: COMPLETION OF ASSOCIATE'S DEGREE AT MONTCALM COMMUNITY COLLEGE Associate's Degree In: Small Business Development / Management or Other AA degree Students should consult with a Montcalm Community College advisor to determine requirements and required courses for Associate's Degree. THIRD YEAR The following courses are required to be taken if not previously completed in the Associate Degree. Please Note: Students may dual enroll at both Montcalm Community College and Davenport University to complete 3rd year courses. Please see a Montcalm Community College advisor or Davenport University admissions representative for details. Davenport Competency Requirement Montcalm Community College Equivalent COMM120 Presentation Techniques COMM210 Speech ECON200 Microeconomics.. ECON216 Principles of Microeconomics ECON201 Macroeconomics. ECON215 Principles of Macroeconomics ENGL109 Composition.. ENGL100 Freshman English I ENGL110 Advanced Composition ENGL101 Freshman English II FRSM100 Career & Education Seminar or Open Elective. ACCT105 Accounting for Small Business MATH120 College Mathematics MATH104 Intermediate Algebra MATH320 Introduction to Statistics. MATH190 Elementary Statistics HUMN Humanities Elective.. Humanities Elective from listing SOSC Social Science Elective POL240 American Political System SCI/MATH Science/Math Elective. Laboratory Science ACCT201 Accounting Foundations I.. ACCT115 Principles of Accounting I ACCT202 Accounting Foundations II..... ACCT116 Principles of Accounting II BITS211 Microcomputer Apps: Spreadsheets CMIS250 Microcomputer Spreadsheets BUSN120 Introduction to Business. BUSN135 Introduction to Business CISP101 Computer Foundations CMIS115 Introduction to Computer Information Systems LEGL210 Business Law Foundations.. BUSN200 Legal Environment MGMT211 Management Foundations. MGMT237 Concepts of Management MKTG211 Marketing Foundations MRKT233 Principles of Marketing MKTG213 Advertising Foundations. MRKT248 Advertising

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