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Curriculum - BS in Commerce and Business Administration

The bachelor's degree requires 120 hours. Students can begin in the fall, spring or summer semesters. The convenient online format allows you to continue your education without interrupting your career or your busy life. Online BSCBA courses are offered on a rotating schedule; therefore; not all online courses are available each semester.

Lower Division Courses

  • GBA 245 Distance Learning Seminar (*Required to be taken within the first semester)
  • CS 102 Microcomputer Applications
  • EC 110 Principles of Microeconomics
  • EC 111 Principles of Macroeconomics
  • LGS 200 Legal Environment of Business
  • MATH 121 Business Calculus
  • AC 210 Principles of Accounting
  • ST 260 Statistical Data Analysis

Upper Division Courses

Students must complete 61 hours of general education and lower-division requirements prior to enrolling into upper-division courses.

  • MGT 300 Organizational Theory and Behavior
  • MKT 300 Principles of Marketing
  • OM 300 Introduction to Production Management
  • FI 302 Business Finance
  • GBA 300 Business Communications
  • GBA 490 Strategic Management
  • AC 351 Managerial Accounting Decisions
  • EC 400 Analysis of Economic Conditions at the Micro/Macro Level
  • FI 400 Financial Institutions, Markets, and Investments
  • MIS 200 Fundamentals of Management Information Systems

Management Option (choose one course)

  • GBA 334 Introduction to Fraud Risk Management
  • MGT 301 Introduction to Human Resources Management
  • MGT 320 Leadership and Ethics
  • MGT 386 Foundations of Entrepreneurship
  • IBA 350 Introduction to World Business

Marketing Option (choose one course)

  • IBA 350 Introduction to World Business
  • MKT 310 Principles of Social Media
  • MKT 321 Retail Management
  • MKT 337 Personal Selling

Many students who choose the online BSCBA degree program also choose to minor in Communication Studies or Computing Technology and Applications.

Please note that courses are subject to change.