Undergraduate Programs
Bachelor of Business Administration in Economics(ECBB)
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The bachelor of business administration in economics degree program
is designed to provide professional training in economics applicable
to business management for students contemplating administrative
or research careers in business or government. This program
provides an additional career program option for students by permitting
them to major in economics while taking the same foundation
courses required of all business students. This is a cooperative program
with the College of Business.
Students enrolling in this program are required to follow the
business administration curriculum in addition to fulfilling the 24
hours in economics.
Assessment: As a condition of graduation, all majors are required
to maintain and submit a portfolio reflection of their program
of study. Contents may include annual progress reports, copies of
term papers, opinion statements about the program and quizzes. Details
are available from the coordinator of advising.
General Education Requirements .................................... 32 hours
Area I Symbolics and Communication
1. ENGL121 Composition II: Researching the Public
Experience (3 hrs)
2. See page 21
3. MGMT202 Business Communication*
4. One course from the following:
*MATH118 Linear Models and Probability
*MATH122 Elementary Linear Algebra
5. IS215 End-User Computing*
Area II Science and Technology
1. See page 21
2. See page 22
3. See page 22
Area III Social Sciences
1. PLSC112/113 American Government (3 hrs)
2. See page 22
3. ECON201 Principles of Macroeconomics*
4. ECON202 Principles of Microeconomics*
Area IV Arts and Humanities
1. See page 23
2. See page 23
3. Logic or ethics is strongly recommended.
4. See page 23
Physical Education/Graduation Requirement ................... 2 hours
Major Requirements ......................................................... 33 hours
Required Courses 18 hours
One course from the following:
*MATH118 Linear Models and Probability (3 hrs)
*MATH122 Elementary Linear Algebra (3 hrs)
*ECON201 Principles of Macroeconomics (3 hrs)
*ECON202 Principles of Microeconomics (3 hrs)
ECON301 Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis (3 hrs)
ECON302 Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis (3 hrs)
ECON415 Introduction to Econometrics (3 hrs)
Restricted Elective Courses 15 hours
Although any 15 credit hours of 300-level or above electives
in economics will complete the requirements for the
major, students may pursue one of the six recommended
career course patterns: business economics, economics of
finance, labor economics, governmental economics, comparative
economic systems or theoretical and quantitative
economics. Students selecting this economics major are
encouraged to include at least one 400-level course offered
in the College of Business as an elective.
Business and Business Administration Core Courses ..... 36 hours
ACC240 Principles of Financial Accounting (3 hrs)
ACC241 Principles of Managerial Accounting (3 hrs)
COB200 Introduction to Business (3 hrs)
LAW293 Legal Environment of Business (3 hrs)
*MGMT202 Business Communication (3 hrs)
*IS215 End-User Computing (3 hrs)
DS265 Business Statistics I (3 hrs)
FIN350 Principles of Finance (3 hrs)
MKTG360 Principles of Marketing (3 hrs)
MGMT386 Organizational Behavior and Theory (3 hrs)
POM374 Introduction to Production/Operations Management (3 hrs)
MGMT490 Business Policy (3 hrs)
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Minor Requirements ........................................................... 0 hours
No minor is required.
University Elective Courses .............................................. 21 hours
PROGRAM TOTAL ....................................................... 124 hours
NOTE:
*This course satisfies both a general education and a major requirement.






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