College of Business. Role and Mission. Idaho Falls Programs. EITC/Idaho State University Program. Undergraduate Curriculum Learning Goals.

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1 Idaho State University Undergraduate Catalog 1 College of Business Faculty Dean Thomas Ottaway, Ph.D. Associate Dean for Information Assurance Corey Schou, Ph.D. Associate Dean Joanne Tokle, Ph.D. Idaho State University offers a four-year undergraduate program of business administration and liberal arts subjects leading to the degree of Bachelor of Business Administration as well as a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Science. There are eight majors available Accounting, Economics, Finance, General Business, Business Informatics, Health Informatics, Management, and Marketing. The College of Business also offers minors in Business Administration, Economics, Informatics, Marketing, and International Commerce. In addition, the Master of Business Administration and Master of Accountancy degrees are offered through the Graduate School. The B.B.A., M.B.A., M.Acc. and - accounting programs are nationally accredited by AACSB, the International Association for Management Education. Role and Mission The College of Business, an integral part of Idaho State University, shares the role and mission of the university as established by the State Board of Education. Idaho State University s business programs respond to current and emerging demands within the state and region and serve local and statewide constituencies, including students seeking traditional, nontraditional and continuing education. The College also serves public and private sector management education and economic development needs and engages in research consistent with its undergraduate and graduate programs and public service mission. The primary mission of the College is to offer high quality professional business educational programs. Excellent undergraduate teaching and learning is a top priority. In addition, a quality M.B.A. program is a vital part of the educational mission. All areas of study appropriately emphasize the local, state, national, and international business environments. The College of Business delivers its educational programs on day and night schedules and at off-campus sites within the Idaho State University primary service area. The research mission complements the instructional and public service missions. Research focuses on advancing understanding of theory and practice within the business disciplines, developing ways to teach business disciplines more effectively, and defining issues affecting economic development in the region and state. The service mission of the College uses the expertise of its faculty and staff to enhance economic development. Public service programs focus on continuing education needs of business professionals and applied research and assistance needed by Idaho organizations. In addition to its primary teaching, research, and service missions, the College of Business supports other programs within the university by providing courses and faculty support. Undergraduate Curriculum Learning Goals All business majors should have a solid foundation in each of the discipline areas (accounting, finance, information systems, management, and marketing), as well as be capable of solving open-ended business problems and effectively communicating and working as part of a team. Specifically, the College of Business students should be able to: Communicate effectively; Use quantitative and analytical techniques to solve business problems; Describe and propose solutions to ethical, global, and cultural issues that arise in business settings; and Apply key concepts to make business decisions. The College of Business faculty and departments engage in ongoing assessment activities to evaluate student learning and outcomes. The goal of the College is to prepare students to succeed and compete after completing their education. Assessment occurs in classes as part of assignments, projects and exams. Assessment is designed to help faculty insure student learning. Feedback from assessment is used to help redesign classes and class activities. Laptop Requirement Undergraduate students in the College of Business are required to have a laptop computer that they can bring to class with them when they begin taking 000 level courses. We recommend that you purchase your computer prior to taking MGT 2216 and ACCT 2201, but it is not strictly required for those courses. It is, however, required for INFO 01 and all other 000-level business courses. We recommend that the computer be capable of running the Windows version of MS Office. Idaho Falls Programs The Idaho State University College of Business offers the Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) in General Business, the Master of Accountancy (M.Acc.) and the Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) degrees in Idaho Falls. Students wishing to complete B.B.A. degrees with other majors must plan to complete major requirements (beyond General Education and College of Business core requirements) on the Pocatello campus. The goal of the M.Acc. program is to further develop students' professional knowledge, competency, skills and values for a career in accountancy with an emphasis on public accountancy. Advanced content and application in the graduate program is focused on enhancing students' technical competency, and critical thinking, interpersonal, communication, and judgment skills beyond that of an undergraduate program. EITC/Idaho State University Program Eastern Idaho Technical College (EITC) and the College of Business cooperatively deliver an Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in Marketing and Management. The A.A.S. is offered by EITC and students interested in the program should consult the EITC catalog for a detailed listing of the requirements. The purpose of this program is to provide Idaho Falls area residents with a Business Associate degree that combines the immediate job skills of a technical program with the academic foundation needed for the Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) degree. Students in this program must meet the general admission requirements of both EITC and Idaho State University. The A.A.S. combines 2-6 credits of EITC business courses, credits of Idaho State University Business and Economics courses, and 2-26 credits of General Education courses for a total Associate degree of 75 credits. Those completing this cooperative A.A.S. and who include MATH 114 and MGT 2216

2 Idaho State University Undergraduate Catalog - College of Business within their A.A.S. programs will need approximately credits to complete a B.B.A. in Finance, Management or Marketing from Idaho State University. Those who have completed the EITC/Idaho State University Associate of Applied Science in Marketing and Management: 1. May be admitted to Business major status if they maintain a 2.25 or higher grade point average (GPA) in the program and a 2.25 GPA in these eight courses: ENGL 1102 Critical Reading and Writing COMM 1101 Principles of Speech ECON 2201 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 2202 Principles of Microeconomics ACCT 2202 Principles of Accounting II MATH 114 College Algebra MGT 2216 Business Statistics MGT 2261 Legal Environment of Organizations 2. Will be awarded 1 un-designated lower division Business credits towards the requirements of the B.B.A. upon admission to Business major status.. Will be waived from the ACCT 2201 requirement for the B.B.A. if they have earned a grade of "C" or better in ACCT Specific credit for ACCT 2201 will, however, not be awarded. Business Majors In order to enroll in any upper division (000 and above) College of Business course, except Economics and 0 courses, all BBA majors must meet with either the College of Business Advisor or a College of Business Faculty Advisor to determine if the student has: 1. Completed at least 58 credit hours. The 58 hours may include transfer credits. 2. Fulfilled the minimum criteria for enrolling in College of Business upper division courses. Students in non-bba majors will still need to fulfill the prerequisites for the individual upper division College of Business classes. Minimum Criteria for Enrolling in College of Business Upper Division Courses Students must be officially admitted to Idaho State University. Students must successfully complete the following lower division courses or their equivalent. Successful completion means that students must have passed each course with a grade of C- or better and have a 2.0 grade point average among these required courses. ACCT 2201 Principles of Accounting I ACCT 2202 Principles of Accounting II COMM 1101 ECON 2201 ECON 2202 ENGL 1102 MGT 2216 Principles of Speech (Fulfills General Education Objective 2) Principles of Macroeconomics (Partially Fulfills General Principles of Microeconomics (Partially Fulfills General Critical Reading and Writing (Fulfills General Education Objective 1) Business Statistics (Fulfills General Education Objective ) MATH 114 College Algebra BA 1110 The World of Business Total Hours 27 Bachelor of Business Administration B.B.A. Objective The objective of Idaho State University s Bachelor of Business Administration - program is to assist students to take their places in business and society, domestic and worldwide. The program develops in students inquiring minds and critical - thinking so they can analyze problems, implement courses of action, and function within an organization. The College of Business offers major areas of study designed both to equip students for immediate entry into the professional world and to meet the challenges of our changing environment. In support of this objective, we include a credit hour applied educational requirement for all majors so that our students have the opportunity to learn through applying the concepts studied in the classroom. To allow student flexibility, we have designated the following courses as satisfying the applied educational requirement: Any Department 9 Internship credits Any Department 449 Advanced Internship credits ACCT 4440 Accounting Practicum credits FIN 4451 Student Managed Investment Fund I credits FIN 4452 Student Managed Investment Fund II credits INFO 4488 Informatics Senior Project credits MGT 4411/MKTG 4411 Small Business and Entrepreneurship Practicum credits The College delivers daytime, nighttime, and online courses to meet the needs of both traditional and nontraditional students within the Idaho State University primary service area. General Education Requirements Students pursuing the Bachelor of Business Administration degree must complete 8 of the 9 University General Education Objectives, plus any other Objective courses required to bring the minimum credit total for Objective courses to 6 (see the General Education Requirements (http://coursecat.isu.edu/undergraduate/ academicinformation/generaleducation) in the Academic Information section of the catalog). Note that certain Objectives may be met by specific College of Business requirements listed below: Objective by MGT 2216; Objective 6 is partially satisfied by ECON 2201or ECON Both of the latter courses cannot be used to satisfy that Objective, but the second could be chosen as an elective Objective course. Specific College of Business Graduation Requirements Several of the specific graduation requirements listed below may also be used to satisfy General Education Requirements. CMP 2201 Business and Professional Communication ECON 2201 ECON 2202 ENGL 1102 Principles of Macroeconomics (partially fulfills General Principles of Microeconomics (partially fulfills General Critical Reading and Writing (fulfills General Education Objective 1) ENGL 07 Professional and Technical Writing or ENGL 08 Business Communications

3 Idaho State University Undergraduate Catalog MATH 114 College Algebra 1 Total Hours 18 1 Successful completion of MATH 1147, MATH 1160 or MATH 1170 will also fulfill this requirement. Note: A minimum grade of C- (C Minus) or better is required to fulfill all College of Business Core Requirements, Major Requirements, and Specific Graduation Requirements. The C- or better requirement extends to satisfying prerequisites for all College of Business courses. A minimum of 51 credits in courses not taught by the College of Business is required to graduate. The minimum total required to graduate is 120 credits. Core Requirements To assure a minimum level of competence in all functional areas of business, the College of Business requires each student to complete the following courses: ACCT 2201 Principles of Accounting I ACCT 2202 Principles of Accounting II BA 1110 The World of Business BA 2210 Introduction to Professional Development I 1 BA 10 Exploring Professional Development II 1 BA 4410 Implementing Professional Development III 1 INFO 01 Introduction to Informatics and Analytics FIN 15 Corporate Financial Management MGT 2216 Business Statistics MGT 2217 Advanced Business Statistics MGT 2261 Legal Environment of Organizations MGT 12 Individual and Organizational Behavior 1 MGT 45 Critical Analysis and Creative Problem Solving MGT 29 Operations and Production Management MGT 4460 Problems in Policy and Management MKTG 2225 Basic Marketing Management 2 Total Hours 42 1 HCA 50 is the recommended substitute for MGT 12 for students seeking the Major in Health Care Informatics. 2 HCA 447 is the recommended substitute for MKTG 2225 for students seeking the Major in Health Care Informatics. College of Business Residency Requirement Of the last 50 credits applied to meet graduation requirements, 2 must be completed in residence at Idaho State University including adult learning centers. At least half of all business credits taken to meet degree requirements and half of the credits used to meet specific major requirements must be taken in Pocatello or Idaho Falls. No more than 16 credits of correspondence may be used to satisfy degree requirements. Repeating Business Courses No College of Business course may be repeated more than once, except by petition approved by the department chair. Students wishing to repeat a course more than once will begin the petition process by meeting with the instructor of the course to discuss potential remedies to past performance problems. If a student has a major outside the College of Business, the College of Business will confer with the student's department chair when making a decision regarding the petition. Alternatives to MATH 114 Requirement and Prerequisites The requirement and prerequisite is met by the student who achieves any one of the following alternatives: ACT Math score of 27 or greater SAT Math score of 620 or greater Compass College Algebra (MAPL ) score of 51 or greater Compass Trigonometry (MAPL 4) score of 51 or greater Associate of Science in Business To earn an Associate of Science in Business, a student must complete 71 total credits as listed below. General Education Requirements Students pursuing the Associate of Science in Business degree must complete the University General Education Requirements (8 of the 9 General Education Objectives, a minimum of 6 credits--see the General Education Requirements (http://coursecat.isu.edu/undergraduate/academicinformation/generaleducation) in the Academic Information section of this catalog), some of which are satisfied by courses that are already a part of the College's requirements. Business and Economics Core ACCT 2201 Principles of Accounting I ACCT 2202 Principles of Accounting II BA 1110 The World of Business ECON 2201 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 2202 Principles of Microeconomics INFO 1101 Digital Information Literacy MGT 2216 Business Statistics MKTG 2225 Basic Marketing Management Electives 1 6 Total Hours 0 1 Upper-level business courses may be used to meet this requirement. A student taking upper division Business classes must be admitted in a Business major OR be a non-business major with junior standing who has completed General Education Objectives 1, 2, and and four other Objectives. Minor in Informatics Students receiving degrees in all colleges may satisfy the requirements for an Informatics minor by completing the following courses. Students must choose the Business Informatics option or the Health Informatics option. Students pursuing this minor should seek assignment of a minor advisor early in their program to complete a Program of Study Agreement. Required Courses: INFO 1181 Informatics and Programming I or CS 1181 Computer Science and Programming I INFO 1182 Informatics and Programming II or CS 1182 Computer Science and Programming II INFO 07 Systems Analysis and Design INFO 4407 Database Design and Implementation Select ONE of the following options: 6 A) Business Informatics Option INFO 2285 Software and Systems Architecture

4 Idaho State University Undergraduate Catalog - College of Business Plus one additional 4000-level Informatics course OR B) Health Informatics Option INFO 0 Health Informatics Plus one additional 4000-level Health Informatics course Total Hours 18 Minor in International Commerce Most often chosen by majors in Finance, Management, or Marketing, the minor in International Commerce may be added to any Business major. Requirements are: 1. Major in Business. To be successful in an international business enterprise, a baccalaureate degree holder must be able to contribute to one of the - functional operations of the business. For this reason, the minor in International Commerce is limited to students obtaining a major in Business. 2. Foreign Language Proficiency. Students must demonstrate a proficiency in a foreign language. This requirement could be met through: a. Completion of a second semester of intermediate level foreign language with a grade of C or better. b. Achieving a score on the appropriate language placement exam equivalent to a grade of C in second semester intermediate level language. International students whose primary language is not English would be exempt from this requirement. Credits in foreign language used to meet this requirement could also be used to meet General Education requirements.. Courses to Develop Cultural Awareness. Nine credit hours must be taken in courses approved by the assistant dean that compare different cultures or examine the history, politics, social structures, or cultures of countries other than those of the student. Courses taken to meet this requirement may also be used to meet General Education requirements when appropriate. 4. International Commerce Courses. Nine credit hours must be taken in international or comparative business or economics. Courses taken to meet this requirement may be used to meet major requirements when appropriate, but are in addition to FIN 17 (Fundamentals of Investments) which is required of all Business majors. Approved courses include: 9 credit hours from the following: ECON 444 International Trade ECON 445 International Finance FIN 4475 International Corporate Finance MGT 4465 International Business MKTG 4465 International Marketing Minor in Business (for Non-Business Majors only) The minor in Business augments the undergraduate education of non-business students by providing exposure to courses in Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Management, and Computer Information Systems. The goal of the minor is to provide students the opportunity to learn basic business language, concepts, and tools that will assist them in pursuing careers in their major fields. Admissions to the minor program is competitive. To apply, students must complete the application form available in the Business Undergraduate Advising Office prior to taking any minor courses. Eligibility requirements to enroll in the Business minor program are: A minimum GPA of 2.25 Completion of General Education Objectives 1, 2, and prior to enrolling in any business course Sophomore standing or higher (at least 26 credit hours) An intended major other than Business In the event that enrollment in the program exceeds the available resources, student selection will be made by criteria determined by the College of Business. Students receiving degrees in other colleges may satisfy the requirements for a minor in Business by completing the following courses (total 18 credits): ACCT 0 Accounting Concepts BA 1110 The World of Business INFO 01 Introduction to Informatics and Analytics FIN 0 Financial Concepts MGT 12 Individual and Organizational Behavior MKTG 2225 Basic Marketing Management Minor in Business Administration (for Non- Business Majors only) The minor in Business Administration is geared toward students who seek a significant exposure to business or who plan to pursue an M.B.A. after graduation. Students receiving degrees in other colleges may satisfy the requirements for a minor in Business Administration by successfully completing the following courses (total credits): ACCT 2201 Principles of Accounting I ACCT 2202 Principles of Accounting II INFO 01 Introduction to Informatics and Analytics ECON 2201 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 2202 Principles of Microeconomics FIN 15 Corporate Financial Management MGT 2216 Business Statistics MGT 2217 Advanced Business Statistics MGT 12 Individual and Organizational Behavior MGT 29 Operations and Production Management MKTG 2225 Basic Marketing Management Total Hours Minor in Marketing (for Non-Business Majors only) Students receiving degrees in other colleges may satisfy the requirements for a Marketing minor by completing the following courses (total 18 credit hours): Required Courses 6 MKTG 2225 MKTG 4427 Basic Marketing Management Consumer Behavior Marketing Electives 6-12 Other Electives from student's major coursework related to Marketing 0-6 Examples of courses which would qualify for a Sociology Major, for example, might be: 1 SOC 5 SOC 66 Population and Environment The Community

5 Idaho State University Undergraduate Catalog 5 1 The courses must be at 2000-level or higher. These electives must be approved prior to the completion of MKTG 2225 by the student's Marketing Advisor. Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Informatics A certificate in Informatics is offered for those students who have a bachelor's degree in a field other than Business or Health Informatics and want to improve their knowledge of information systems. To earn a certificate in Informatics, a student must complete total credit hours from the following list. At least twelve of those credits must be taken after the student has completed a bachelor's degree. Students must choose a Business Informatics emphasis or a Health Informatics emphasis. Required Courses 21 INFO 1181 Informatics and Programming I or CS 1181 Computer Science and Programming I INFO 1182 Informatics and Programming II or CS 1182 Computer Science and Programming II INFO 2285 Software and Systems Architecture INFO 01 Introduction to Informatics and Analytics INFO 07 Systems Analysis and Design INFO 80 Networking and Virtualization INFO 4407 Database Design and Implementation Select ONE of the following emphases: 12 OR A) Business Informatics Emphasis INFO 4411 INFO 4482 Intermediate Information Assurance Systems Development and Implementation Methodologies Students must take six (6) hours of Business courses in any of the following areas: Accounting Economics Finance Management Marketing B) Health Informatics Emphasis INFO 0 INFO 4422 Health Informatics Health Information Assurance Students must take two (2) courses from the following list: INFO 4424 HCA 1115 HCA 4465 HCA 4489 Healthcare Workflow Process Analysis and Redesign US Health System Healthcare Operations and Quality Healthcare Information Systems Practicum Total Hours Native American Business Administration Emphasis This emphasis may be added to any of the majors offered in the College of Business. Requirements: 1. Complete all degree and major requirements for a B.B.A. in a major within the College of Business. 2. Take the following two courses: MGT 4420 Native American Organizational Systems MGT 4422 Native American Enterprise. Plus 6 credits of program-approved electives. Students must complete at least three credits as upper division coursework (000 or 4000-level) within their selected emphasis. Students must receive a grade higher than a C- in all coursework that applies to the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Informatics. Students must meet with an advisor and complete a Program of Study Agreement prior to the second semester of coursework.

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