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1 The University of Texas at San Antonio 1 4. College of Business Mission Statement The College of Business is dedicated to creating and sharing knowledge that enhances the translation of theory to practice. The College combines rigor with relevance and provides innovative solutions to global business challenges. General Information The College of Business welcomes all students dedicated to academic success in the study of business. The College is accredited by AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) International and is one of only 75 programs internationally with separate accreditation at the undergraduate, master s and doctoral levels in accounting. With 17 majors and 19 minors in the undergraduate program, the College of Business seeks to give students a competitive edge in obtaining and securing employment. The College offers comprehensive career preparation and services provided through the Center for Student Professional Development (CSPD). The CSPD is devoted to transforming business students into business professionals and to meeting the recruitment needs of employers locally and globally. The Center enhances the business curriculum by helping students build the skills and knowledge that will help them be more confident and polished when they enter the business world. Workshops and events are woven into the academic curriculum of the College. The College of Business offers a wide variety of programs on campus and abroad to develop students international business skills. On-campus programs include the Global Business Club for networking and career development. International faculty come to campus each semester and provide lessons for success in diverse cultures. For travel study, the College offers traditional and innovative programs to fit different student needs. Traditional study abroad programs are offered for students who want to spend a semester studying in a foreign country. The College of Business faculty also takes groups of students for international immersion study at locations where they meet executives, take classes and experience an international culture for themselves. Students who participate in College of Business international programs will develop skills to help them succeed in business anywhere in the world. The Leadership Challenge program, in partnership with the Honors College, provides high-achieving students, primarily in businessrelated disciplines, with an opportunity to explore and enhance their leadership skills and capacities. Admission to this program is highly competitive, based on academic achievement, extracurricular activities, faculty nominations and personal interviews. The program is housed in the College of Business s Center for Professional Excellence. Class selection occurs each Semester for the program, which spans the following and semesters. The program involves participation in experiential activities, dialogues, reflective writing and a community service project. Honors College students are required to register for 1 semester credit hour (HON 4941) in the Semester, and for semester credit hours (MGT 495) in the Semester. Non-Honors students have the option of registering for 1 semester credit hour in the (MGT 4951), but are required to register for semester credit hours (MGT 495) in the. Students in the College of Business may not enroll in specified 000- and 4000-level courses in the College of Business before declaring a major. Students with majors outside of the College of Business may not seek more than one business minor. College of Business Undergraduate Admission Policy for the Bachelor of Business Administration Degree Admissions Philosophy The College of Business (COB) at UTSA seeks to use available resources in ways that best prepare as many qualified students as possible for careers in business. Because there are many more students interested in the study of business than the College has resources for, the undergraduate admission policy gives all interested students a specified time to show they can succeed in the College of Business. Students who meet admission requirements may declare their B.B.A. major. Students who do not meet the requirements for declaration of a B.B.A. major are not admitted to the College but may complete requirements for any other major at UTSA for which they are eligible. A business minor is available to all UTSA students who seek a strong foundation in business. Qualifying as a Prebusiness Student All students seeking to be Prebusiness (PRB) must: have successfully completed evaluation under the Texas Success Initiative (TSI), and qualify for enrollment in MAT 10 Algebra with Calculus for Business or a higher level mathematics course, and qualify for enrollment in WRC 101 Freshman Composition I (Q) or higher Students who do not meet the criteria above will be classified as undeclared until they are college-ready in math and English. Undeclared students may not register for any College of Business courses until they qualify to be PRB. Gateway Course Students pursuing a Bachelor of Business Administration degree (B.B.A ) must successfully complete MAT 10 Algebra with Calculus for Business, the Gateway Course, with a grade of "C-" or better in no more than two attempts. A student who is unable to successfully complete this course within two attempts, including dropping the course with a grade of W or taking an equivalent course at another institution, will be required to change his or her major outside of business. Admission to the College of Business As of 2015, all students seeking admission to the College of Business must meet the requirements of the College of Business as set forth in this catalog. To declare a B.B.A. major, students must be designated as prebusiness. Prebusiness students must complete a total of seven required courses 21 semester credit hours including 15 business credit hours. In the semester that a prebusiness student completes the 15 required business hours, he/she will be evaluated for admission to the College of Business. The 15-hour rule requires that by the time students complete their 15 th business hour, they must have taken the required

2 2 4. College of Business two nonbusiness courses and the required five business courses from List 1. If any of the required business courses have been completed prior to entering UTSA, students must take additional business courses at UTSA from List 2 in order to meet the 15-hour rule. Students who earn 15 business hours without completing List 1 forfeit their chance to be evaluated for admission to the College of Business and they must choose another major outside of business. The size of the newly admitted class is decided by the College each semester and is determined by the available enrollment capacity, and the size and quality of the application pool. Therefore, admission to the UTSA College of Business is not guaranteed. Students will have one chance to be evaluated for admission once they earn 15 business hours. At that time they must have completed the required seven courses (five business and two nonbusiness courses) and they will be admitted based on their UTSA and COB grade point averages (GPAs), students with the highest GPAs being admitted first until the incoming class is filled. The UTSA GPA includes all courses taken at UTSA. The COB GPA includes only business courses taken at UTSA. Admissions decision will be sent to the address on file with the university. Students who are not admitted to the college in the semester they are evaluated are not eligible to complete a bachelor s degree in business at UTSA. They will be changed from Prebusiness (PRB) to Undeclared (UND) and may select any nonbusiness major for which they qualify. Students who complete 15 hours in business without completing the required courses for admission will no longer be candidates for the College of Business. Students will be changed from Prebusiness (PRB) to Undeclared (UND) and must choose a major other than a business discipline. Non-admitted students may elect to complete a business minor approved for nonbusiness students and will only be permitted to take additional business courses that are required for these minors Required Courses for COB Admission List 1 MAT 10 WRC 101 Algebra with Calculus for Business (or equivalent or higher course with grade of "C-" or better. MAT 1214 Calculus I for majors in Actuarial Science, grade of "C-" or better.) Freshman Composition I (Q) (grade of "C-" or better) ACC 201 Principles of Accounting I (grade of "C-" or better) ECO 201 ECO 202 IS 140 MS 102 Introductory Macroeconomics (grade of "C-" or better) Introductory Microeconomics (grade of "C-" or better) Business Information Systems Fluency (grade of "C-" or better) Business Statistics with Computer Applications I (grade of "C-" or better. STA 02 Statistical Mathematics for majors in Actuarial Science, grade of "C-" or better.) If any of the required business courses have been completed prior to entering UTSA, students must take additional business courses at UTSA from List 2 below in order to meet the 15-hour rule. Students who begin courses on List 2 before completing List 1 and reach 15 business hours will forfeit their right to be evaluated for admission to the College of Business. Required courses for COB Admission List 2. (May be selected only after List 1 courses are completed.) ACC 20 Principles of Accounting II FIN 014 Principles of Business Finance 4 GBA 201 Social and Ethical Issues in Business IS 00 Principles of Information Systems for MGT 00 MGT 01 Business Communication and Professional Development MKT 01 Principles of Marketing MS 04 Business Statistics with Computer Applications II (Actuarial Science majors must take STA 00 in lieu of MS 04) MS 05 Science and Operations Technology Declaration of Major Policy for the Bachelor of Arts in Economics and the Bachelor of Science in Statistics Students seeking a B.A. in Economics or a B.S. in Statistics must have a 2.0 UTSA GPA and transfer students must have a 2.0 transfer GPA to declare the major. Declaration of major forms may be submitted to the student's primary academic advisor. Students seeking these degrees are subject to the academic standing policy of the College of Business. Academic Standing for Declared Business Majors College of Business majors (B.B.A. degrees, B.A. degree in Economics and B.S. degree in Statistics) must maintain good academic standing. This requires that the student maintain a UTSA grade point average of at least 2.0 every semester and meet all University regulations related to good academic standing. Students on probation with UTSA may remain in the College of Business, however, students who are dismissed from UTSA for low academic performance may not return to the College of Business. If the student chooses to return to UTSA, the student must select a new major outside of business. In order to graduate, all College of Business majors must be in good academic standing (i.e., students must maintain a UTSA, College of Business, and Major GPA of 2.0). Business Honors Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) majors who have been admitted to the Honors College may earn Business Honors if they maintain a minimum UTSA grade point average of.25 and complete an Honors section of five of the following Common Body of Knowledge courses: ACC 201, ACC 20, ECO 201, ECO 202, FIN 014, GBA 201, IS 00, MGT 01, MGT 489, MKT 01, MS 102, and MS 04. Certain 500-numbered courses in the M.B.A. degree program may, subject to approval, substitute for Common Body of Knowledge courses. These undergraduate courses are offered once per year, and enrollment is targeted for B.B.A. degree program majors seeking

3 The University of Texas at San Antonio University Honors. Contingent upon available space, students with outstanding academic records, including exceptional freshmen and transfer students, can apply for admission into these classes subject to approval by the faculty member, department chair, and Dean of the College of Business. Honors classes emphasize class discussion, presentations, and business research. Scholarships The College of Business has many scholarships available to assist students in reaching their educational and career goals. The scholarship program within the College is managed generally by the College of Business Office of the Dean. Students should visit the College of Business website for information and application procedures for all scholarships within the College. Detailed information and eligibility requirements for specific scholarships administered through the College are available at Other scholarship information is available through the UTSA Scholarship Office. The number and amounts of scholarship awards vary. Additionally, scholarship eligibility requirements differ, but may include considerations of grade point average, financial need, number of semester credit hours completed, enrollment status, activities, residency status, or bilingualism. Students must complete the application process and submit required documentation by the deadlines stated on application materials. Students will be considered for all awards for which they meet the eligibility criteria. Award amounts are generally disbursed equally among the semesters covered by the scholarship as long as recipients continue to meet grade point average, enrollment, and other scholarship criteria. Minors in the College of Business The following College of Business minors are open to any UTSA major: Actuarial Science; Adaptive Decision Models for Business; Statistics; Digital Forensics; Economics; Entrepreneurship-Nonbusiness; Cyber Security; Information Systems; Network and Data Center ; and Science. Students with majors outside of the College of Business may not seek more than one business minor. The following College of Business minors are open to B.B.A. majors only: Entrepreneurship; Finance; International ; ; Marketing; and Real Estate. The following College of Business minors are open to nonbusiness majors, B.A. in Economics majors, and B.S. in Statistics majors only: Business Administration and Technology. The following College of Business minors are open only to students pursuing the B.B.A. in Real Estate Finance and Development: Construction. Enrollment in College of Business Courses Enrollment in College of Business courses, with the exception of ACC 200 and ECO 200 (which are courses that may not be counted toward a business major), is restricted to students who have successfully completed evaluation under the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) and qualify for enrollment in MAT 10 Algebra with Calculus for Business (or a higher level mathematics course) and WRC 101 Freshman Composition I (Q) (or higher). Additionally ACC 20 will be open to prebusiness and declared business majors and restricted to undeclared (UND) majors. A specific B.B.A. major cannot be guaranteed and will depend on departmental resources. College of Business courses at the 000- and 4000-level are restricted to College of Business majors or to students who require the courses for their particular degree, with the exception of BLW 01, FIN 00, MGT 01, and MKT 01, which are open to all students who meet course prerequisites. Enrollment in all other 000- and 4000-level College of Business courses may be open to nonbusiness majors provided that (a) the course applies to their degree plan, (b) the student has a UTSA GPA of 2.75, and (c) the student meets all prerequisites. If all of these conditions are met, the student may submit their petition to take their course through their advisor. Approval of the Department Chair and College Dean is required. Enrollment in MGT 00 is restricted to prebusiness and declared business majors only. Students majoring in fields outside the College of Business may not take more than 27 semester credit hours in the College without approval of the Dean of the College of Business. All degrees in the College of Business require 120 hours. If a student elects to take a course that satisfies both a University Core Curriculum and COB requirement, students may need to take an additional course to meet the 120 hours. College of Business Academic Credit Internship Policy The policy for undergraduate students to enroll in internships for academic credit includes the following provisions: 1. The student must be a declared major in the College of Business and in good academic standing at UTSA and in the College of Business. 2. The student must: Have completed a minimum of 75 semester credit hours, of which a minimum of 15 credit hours have been completed at UTSA. Meet all internship course prerequisites, including the minimum grade point average required for enrolling in the internship.. The internship must be in (or related to) the student s declared major. The student should consult his/her major degree requirements for specific details. 4. Internships at all for-profit companies must be paid at an hourly rated equivalent to the minimum wage to be in compliance with the Department of Labor guidelines. 5. Each student must meet the requirements of his/her catalog of graduation regarding the total number of semester credit hours that may be earned through internships for academic credit, and meet the following provisions: Each -credit-hour academic internship must be completed with a different company/organization. An academic credit internship with a firm at which a student is currently employed may be considered, but only if clear evidence shows that the internship is substantially and programmatically different from such employment. Independent Study In order to qualify for an independent study, students must have a COB GPA of.0, permission in writing from the instructor, Department Chair, and the Dean of the College in addition to any departmental prerequisites.

4 4 4. College of Business The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Field of Study Curriculum for Business The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board has mandated a field of study curriculum for Business which consists of seven (7) courses with the following Texas Common Course Numbers (TCCN). UTSA courses satisfying this requirement are listed in parentheses (see Appendix B in this catalog for a list of TCCN courses). 2 courses in Accounting: TCCN: ACCT 201 (ACC 201 Principles of Accounting I) TCCN: ACCT 202 (ACC 20 Principles of Accounting II) 1 course in Computer Literacy: TCCN: BCIS 105 (IS 140 Business Information Systems Fluency) 2 courses in Economics: TCCN: ECON 201 (ECO 201 Introductory Macroeconomics) TCCN: ECON 202 (ECO 202 Introductory Microeconomics) 1 course in Mathematics: TCCN: MATH 125 (MAT 10 Algebra with Calculus for Business) 1 course in Speech: TCCN: SPCH 121 (COM 105 Business and Professional Speech) Common Body of Knowledge (CBK) All students seeking a B.B.A. degree in the College of Business must complete the following Common Body of Knowledge (CBK) courses in addition to the Core Curriculum. ACC 201 Principles of Accounting I ACC 20 Principles of Accounting II BLW 01 Business Law COM 105 Business and Professional Speech ECO 201 Introductory Macroeconomics (satisfies Social and Behavioral Sciences Core Curriculum requirement) ECO 202 Introductory Microeconomics FIN 014 Principles of Business Finance 4 GBA 201 Social and Ethical Issues in Business IS 140 Business Information Systems Fluency IS 00 Principles of Information Systems for MAT 10 MGT 00 MGT 01 MGT 489 Algebra with Calculus for Business (satisfies Mathematics Core Curriculum requirement, Actuarial Science majors must take MAT 1214 in lieu of MAT 10) Business Communication and Professional Development Strategy (taken in semester of graduation) MKT 01 Principles of Marketing MS 102 Business Statistics with Computer Applications I (Actuarial Science majors must take STA 105 in lieu of MS 102) MS 04 Business Statistics with Computer Applications II (Actuarial Science majors must take STA 00 in lieu of MS 04) MS 05 Science and Operations Technology Students completing degree course requirements with fewer than 120 semester credit hours will augment their program with electives. Bachelor of Business Administration degree in General Business (p. 4) Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Entrepreneurship (p. 6) Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in General Business The Bachelor of Business Administration degree in General Business is an interdisciplinary program within the College of Business. The minimum number of semester credit hours for this degree is 120, at least 9 of which must be at the upper-division level. All candidates seeking this degree must fulfill the Core Curriculum requirements, the Common Body of Knowledge requirements, and the degree requirements, which are listed below. Core Curriculum Requirements (42 semester credit hours) Students seeking the Bachelor of Business Administration degree in General Business must fulfill University Core Curriculum requirements in the same manner as other students. The courses listed below satisfy both degree requirements and Core Curriculum requirements; however, if these courses are taken to satisfy both requirements, then students may need to take additional courses in order to meet the minimum number of semester credit hours required for this degree. For a complete listing of courses that satisfy the Core Curriculum requirements, see below. MAT 10 should be used to satisfy the core requirement in Mathematics. ECO 201 should be used to satisfy the core requirement in Social and Behavioral Sciences. Common Body of Knowledge (CBK) All students seeking a B.B.A. degree in the College of Business must complete the following Common Body of Knowledge (CBK) courses in addition to the Core Curriculum. ACC 201 Principles of Accounting I ACC 20 Principles of Accounting II BLW 01 Business Law COM 105 Business and Professional Speech ECO 201 Introductory Macroeconomics (satisfies Social and Behavioral Sciences Core Curriculum requirement) ECO 202 Introductory Microeconomics FIN 014 Principles of Business Finance 4 GBA 201 Social and Ethical Issues in Business IS 140 Business Information Systems Fluency IS 00 Principles of Information Systems for MAT 10 Algebra with Calculus for Business (satisfies Mathematics Core Curriculum requirement, Actuarial Science majors must take MAT 1214 in lieu of MAT 10)

5 The University of Texas at San Antonio 5 MGT 00 MGT 01 MGT 489 Business Communication and Professional Development Strategy (taken in semester of graduation) MKT 01 Principles of Marketing MS 102 MS 04 Business Statistics with Computer Applications I (Actuarial Science majors must take STA 105 in lieu of MS 102) Business Statistics with Computer Applications II (Actuarial Science majors must take STA 00 in lieu of MS 04) MS 05 Science and Operations Technology In addition to the Core Curriculum requirements and requirements of the College of Business Common Body of Knowledge (CBK), all candidates for the degree must complete the following degree requirements. Gateway Course Students pursuing the B.B.A. degree in General Business must successfully complete the following Gateway Course with a grade of C- or better in no more than two attempts. A student who is unable to successfully complete this courses within two attempts, including dropping the course with a grade of W or taking an equivalent course at another institution, will be required to change his or her major. MAT 10 Degree Requirements A. Required courses in the major: Algebra with Calculus for Business BLW 02 Business Organizations and Commercial Law ECO 0 Economics of Managerial Decisions FIN 0 Principles of Investment or FIN 1 Money and Banking Any upper-division management (MGT) elective 1 Any upper-division management (MKT) elective or 4000 level Business elective or 4000 level Business elective level Business elective 2 B. Technical Writing ENG 241 Technical Writing C. Lower-division or upper-division business or non-business electives Total Credit Hours 29 1 Excludes Common Body of Knowledge (CBK) courses and FIN No more than 6 semester credit hours may be chosen from the same discipline for the above electives. Course Sequence Guide for B.B.A. Degree in General Business 2 This course sequence guide is designed to assist students in completing their UTSA undergraduate business degree requirements. This is a termby-term sample course guide. Students must satisfy other requirements in their catalog and meet with their academic advisor for an individualized degree plan. Progress within this guide depends upon such factors as course availability, individual student academic preparation, student time management, work obligations, and individual financial considerations. Students may choose to take courses during Summer terms to reduce course loads during long semesters. Recommended Four-Year Academic Plan First Year AIS 120 MAT 10 Academic Inquiry and Scholarship (core) Credit Hours Algebra with Calculus for Business (core and CBK) 2 WRC 101 Freshman Composition I (Q) (core) American History (core) Creative Arts (core) COM 105 IS 140 Business and Professional Speech (CBK) Business Information Systems Fluency (CBK) WRC 102 Freshman Composition II (Q) (core) ECO 201 Introductory Macroeconomics (core and CBK) 1,2 American History (core) Second Year ACC 201 Principles of Accounting I (CBK) ECO 202 Introductory Microeconomics 1 MS 102 Business Statistics with Computer Applications I (CBK) Government-Political Science (core) Life & Physical Sciences (core) Evaluated for Admission to the College of Business ACC 20 Principles of Accounting II (CBK) MGT 00 MS 04 Business Communication and Professional Development (CBK) Business Statistics with Computer Applications II (CBK) Language, Philosophy & Culture (core) Life & Physical Sciences (core) Third Year GBA 201 IS 00 MGT 01 MS 05 Social and Ethical Issues in Business (CBK) Principles of Information Systems for (CBK) Introduction to Organization Theory, Behavior, and (CBK) Science and Operations Technology (CBK) Government-Political Science (core)

6 6 4. College of Business BLW 01 Business Law (CBK) FIN 014 Principles of Business Finance (CBK) MKT 01 Principles of Marketing (CBK) Component Area Option (core) Any upper-division MGT course (XXX or 4XXX) (major) Fourth Year BLW 02 ECO 0 Business Organizations and Commercial Law (major) Economics of Managerial Decisions (major) ENG 241 Technical Writing (major) FIN 1 or 0 Money and Banking or Principles of Investment (major) Upper division Business elective (4xxx-level) MGT 489 Strategy (CBK) Upper-division MKT elective (xxx or 4xxx level) (major) Upper-division Business elective (xxx or 4xxx level) (major) Upper-division Business elective (xxx or 4xxx level) (major) Business or non-business elective 2 Total Credit Hours: ECO 201 and ECO 202 may be taken in either sequence. 2 College of Business students should take MAT 10 and ECO 201 to satisfy both Core Curriculum and CBK requirements. All degrees in the College of Business require 120 hours. If students elect to take a course that satisfies both a Core and COB requirement, students may need to take an additional course to meet the 120 hours. Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Entrepreneurship The Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Entrepreneurship is a college-wide program. Faculty are drawn from across the College of Business. See the section of this catalog for the Entrepreneurship degree plan (http://catalog.utsa.edu/undergraduate/ business/management/#degreestext) and the Entrepreneurship website for more information. Minor in Business Administration The Minor in Business Administration is open to all University majors (including B.A. in Economics and B.S. in Statistics), except business students seeking a B.B.A. degree. The following 24 semester credit hours are required in the College of Business: 4 GBA 201 Social and Ethical Issues in Business (prerequisite for BLW 01) IS 140 Business Information Systems Fluency MGT 01 MKT 01 Principles of Marketing Total Credit Hours 24 To declare a Minor in Business Administration, obtain advice and seek approval of substitutions for course requirements with your academic advisor. General Business Administration (GBA) Courses GBA 201. Social and Ethical Issues in Business. (-0) Credit Hours. A study of the social and ethical responsibilities of business organizations and of the people who work in those organizations. GBA Special Studies in General Business Administration. (1-0) 1 Credit Hour. Prerequisites: MGT 00 and consent of instructor, Department Chair, and Dean of the College. An organized course offering the opportunity for specialized study not normally or not often available as part of the regular course offerings. Special Studies may be repeated for credit when the topics vary, but not more than 6 semester credit hours, regardless of discipline, will apply to a bachelor's degree. GBA Special Studies in General Business Administration. (2-0) 2 Credit Hours. Prerequisites: MGT 00 and consent of instructor, Department Chair, and Dean of the College. An organized course offering the opportunity for specialized study not normally or not often available as part of the regular course offerings. Special Studies may be repeated for credit when the topics vary, but not more than 6 semester credit hours, regardless of discipline, will apply to a bachelor's degree. GBA 495. Special Studies in General Business Administration. (-0) Credit Hours. Prerequisites: MGT 00 and consent of instructor, Department Chair, and Dean of the College. An organized course offering the opportunity for specialized study not normally or not often available as part of the regular course offerings. Special Studies may be repeated for credit when the topics vary, but not more than 6 semester credit hours, regardless of discipline, will apply to a bachelor's degree. ACC 200 Foundations of Accounting or ACC 201 Principles of Accounting I BLW 01 Business Law ECO 202 Introductory Microeconomics FIN 00 Survey of Finance

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