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Business Management

This major is designed for students who expect to hold managerial positions in large or small organizations. Business management involves two broad domains: One is working with people – hiring, training, coordinating, and creating an effective environment for the attainment of organizational objectives. The other is laying a foundation for becoming a manager of a business or organizational unit where strategy and decision-making skills are important.

First SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 101
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 101 (or higher if eligible - 117, 217)
3
U.S. & World Cultures
ECON 201, 202
3
The Art of Language & Ideas
SPCH 101, 201, REL 209, 220, PHIL 101, 121
3
Computer Proficiency
CSCI 202
3
Total15
Second SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 102
3
Business
BUS 201
4
The Human Experience
PSY 201, 202, 250, REL 201, 210, SOC 201, 204, 250, 253, PHIL 203
3
U.S. & World Cultures
ECON 201, 202
3
Business (recommended if unsure of BUS major)
BUS 104
3
Total16
Overall Credits to Transfer: 62 - 63
Third SemesterCredits
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 217, 117, 201
3
The Human Experience
PSY 201, 202, 250, REL 209, SOC 201, 204, 250, 253, PHIL101
3
U.S. & World Cultures
ECON 201, 202, GEO 101, REL 209, GOVT 201, HIST 101, 102, 201, 202
3
Investigation of the Natural World
BIO 101, 110, CHEM 101 (lec/lab)
4
Elective
Foreign Language or elective choice
3
Total16
Fourth SemesterCredits
The Language and History of Fine Arts
ART 201, 202, 231, MUS 103, THEA 201
3
Business
BUS 202
3
The Human Experience
PSY 201, 202, 250, 260, 292, 295, REL 201, 210, SOC 201, 204, 250, 253, PHIL 203
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
Math 207, 201
3-4
Elective
Foreign Language or elective choice
3
Total15-16
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Software Developer

This major is designed for students who expect to hold managerial positions in large or small organizations. Business management involves two broad domains: One is working with people – hiring, training, coordinating, and creating an effective environment for the attainment of organizational objectives. The other is laying a foundation for becoming a manager of a business or organizational unit where strategy and decision-making skills are important.

First SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 101
3
The Language & History of Fine Arts
ART 201, 201, 231, MUS 103, THEA 201
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 201 (pre-requisite Math 117 with B or placement test)
4
Investigation of the Natural World
PHYS 201 (Pre-requisite Math 201)
5
Total15
Second SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 102
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 202 (pre-requisite Math 201)
4
Investigation of the Natural World
PHYS 202
5
The Human Experience
PSY 201, 202, 250, SOC 201, 204, 250, 253, REL 209, 220, PHIL 101
3
Total15
Overall Credits to Transfer: 62
Third SemesterCredits
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
CSCI 211
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
Math 203 (math majors)
3
U.S. & World Cultures
ECON 201, 202, GEO 101, 103, GOVT 201, 202 HIST 101, 102, 201, 202, REL 209, 210, 219, 220, 254
3
The Art of Language & Ideas
SPCH 101
3
Elective
BIO101, CHEM101 (lec/lab)
4
Total16
Fourth SemesterCredits
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
Math 204
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
CSCI 212 (computer science majors)
3
Elective
BIO102, CHEM102 (lec/lab)
4
Elective
MATH 220, CSCI 220
3
Elective
Math 205
3
Total16
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Engineer

First SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 101
3
The Language & History of Fine Arts
ART 201, 201, 231, MUS 103, THEA 201
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 201 (pre-requisite Math 117 with B or placement test)
4
Investigation of the Natural World
PHYS 201 (Pre-requisite Math 201)
5
Total15
Second SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 102
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 202 (pre-requisite Math 201)
4
Investigation of the Natural World
PHYS 202
5
The Human Experience
PSY 201, 202, 250, SOC 201, 204, 250, 253, REL 209, 220, PHIL 101
3
Total15
Overall Credits to Transfer: 62
Third SemesterCredits
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
CSCI 211
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
Math 203 (math majors)
3
U.S. & World Cultures
ECON 201, 202, GEO 101, 103, GOVT 201, 202 HIST 101, 102, 201, 202, REL 209, 210, 219, 220, 254
3
The Art of Language & Ideas
SPCH 101
3
Elective
BIO101, CHEM101 (lec/lab)
4
Total16
Fourth SemesterCredits
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
Math 204
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
CSCI 212 (computer science majors)
3
Elective
BIO102, CHEM102 (lec/lab)
4
Elective
MATH 220, CSCI 220
3
Elective
Math 205
3
Total16
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Marketing/Public Relations

First SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 101
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 101 (or higher if eligible - 117, 217)
3
U.S. & World Cultures
ECON 201, 202
3
The Art of Language & Ideas
SPCH 101, 201, REL 209, 220, PHIL 101, 121
3
Computer Proficiency
CSCI 202
3
Total15
Second SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 102
3
Business
BUS 201
4
The Human Experience
PSY 201, 202, 250, REL 201, 210, SOC 201, 204, 250, 253, PHIL 203
3
U.S. & World Cultures
ECON 201, 202
3
Business (recommended if unsure of BUS major)
BUS 104
3
Total16
Overall Credits to Transfer: 62 - 63
Third SemesterCredits
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 217, 117, 201
3
The Human Experience
PSY 201, 202, 250, REL 209, SOC 201, 204, 250, 253, PHIL101
3
U.S. & World Cultures
ECON 201, 202, GEO 101, REL 209, GOVT 201, HIST 101, 102, 201, 202
3
Investigation of the Natural World
BIO 101, 110, CHEM 101 (lec/lab)
4
Elective
Foreign Language or elective choice
3
Total16
Fourth SemesterCredits
The Language and History of Fine Arts
ART 201, 202, 231, MUS 103, THEA 201
3
Business
BUS 202
3
The Human Experience
PSY 201, 202, 250, 260, 292, 295, REL 201, 210, SOC 201, 204, 250, 253, PHIL 203
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
Math 207, 201
3-4
Elective
Foreign Language or elective choice
3
Total15-16
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Web Designer

First SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 101
3
The Language & History of Fine Arts
ART 201, 201, 231, MUS 103, THEA 201
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 201 (pre-requisite Math 117 with B or placement test)
4
Investigation of the Natural World
PHYS 201 (Pre-requisite Math 201)
5
Total15
Second SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 102
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 202 (pre-requisite Math 201)
4
Investigation of the Natural World
PHYS 202
5
The Human Experience
PSY 201, 202, 250, SOC 201, 204, 250, 253, REL 209, 220, PHIL 101
3
Total15
Overall Credits to Transfer:
Third SemesterCredits
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
CSCI 211
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
Math 203 (math majors)
3
U.S. & World Cultures
ECON 201, 202, GEO 101, 103, GOVT 201, 202 HIST 101, 102, 201, 202, REL 209, 210, 219, 220, 254
3
The Art of Language & Ideas
SPCH 101
3
Elective
BIO101, CHEM101 (lec/lab)
4
Total16
Fourth SemesterCredits
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
Math 204
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
CSCI 212 (computer science majors)
3
Elective
BIO102, CHEM102 (lec/lab)
4
Elective
MATH 220, CSCI 220
3
Elective
Math 205
3
Total16
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Healthcare

First SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 101
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 201 (pre-requisite Math 117 with B or placement test)
4
Investigation of the Natural World
CHEM 101 (lec/lab )
4
Computer Proficiency
CSCI 202
3
Total14
Second SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 102
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 202 (pre-requisite Math 201)
4
The Art of Language & Ideas
SPCH 101, PHIL 203
3
Investigation of the Natural World
CHEM 102 (lec/lab)
4
The Human Experience
PSY 201, 202, 250, SOC 201, 204, 250, 253, PHIL 203
3
Total17
Overall Credits to Transfer: 60 - 63
Third SemesterCredits
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 204
3
U.S. & World Cultures
ECON 201, 202, GEO 101,103, GOVT 201, HIST101, 102, 201, 202, REL 209, 220
3
Elective
MATH 203, CSCI 211
3
Investigation of the Natural World
CHEM 230, PHYS 201
4-5
Elective
Foreign language or elective choice
3
Total16 - 17
Fourth SemesterCredits
Elective
MATH 205 or CSCI 211
3 - 4
Investigation of the Natural World
CHEM 231, PHYS 202
4 - 5
The Language & History of Fine Arts
ART 201, 202, 231, MUS 103, THEA 201
3
Elective
Foreign language or elective choice
3
Total13 - 15
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Education

First SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 101
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 217 (pre-requisite Math 101 or placement test)
3
The Human Experience
PSY 201, 202, 250, SOC 201, 204, 250, 253, PHIL 101, 121, REL 209, 220
3
Investigation of the Natural World
BIO 151, CHEM 101 (lec/lab)
8
Total17
Second SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 102
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 201, 207
3 - 4
Investigation of the Natural World
BIO 152 and CHEM 102 (lec/lab)
8
Total14 - 15
Overall Credits to Transfer: 63 - 64
Third SemesterCredits
Investigation of the Natural World
CHEM 230 (lec/lab)
4
Investigation of the Natural World
PHYS 101 (lec/lab)
4
U.S. & World Cultures
ECON 201, 202, GEO 101, GOVT 201, HIST 101, 102, 201, 202, REL 209, 220
3
Computer Proficiency
CSCI 202, 203, 211, 212
3
The Language & History of Fine Arts
ART 201, 202, 231, MUS 103, THEA 201
3
Total17
Fourth SemesterCredits
Investigation of the Natural World
CHEM 231 (lec/lab)
4
Investigation of the Natural World
PHYS 102 (lec/lab)
4
Elective
BIO 211, 218 (Bio track)
Math 202 (Forensic track)
4
The Art of Language & Ideas
SPCH 101, 201, PHIL 203, REL 201, ENG 200
3
Total15
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Project Management/Logistics

First SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 101
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 101 (or higher if eligible - 117, 217)
3
U.S. & World Cultures
ECON 201, 202
3
The Art of Language & Ideas
SPCH 101, 201, REL 209, 220, PHIL 101, 121
3
Computer Proficiency
CSCI 202
3
Total15
Second SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 102
3
Business
BUS 201
4
The Human Experience
PSY 201, 202, 250, REL 201, 210, SOC 201, 204, 250, 253, PHIL 203
3
U.S. & World Cultures
ECON 201, 202
3
Business (recommended if unsure of BUS major)
BUS 104
3
Total16
Overall Credits to Transfer: 62 - 63
Third SemesterCredits
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 217, 117, 201
3
The Human Experience
PSY 201, 202, 250, REL 209, SOC 201, 204, 250, 253, PHIL101
3
U.S. & World Cultures
ECON 201, 202, GEO 101, REL 209, GOVT 201, HIST 101, 102, 201, 202
3
Investigation of the Natural World
BIO 101, 110, CHEM 101 (lec/lab)
4
Elective
Foreign Language or elective choice
3
Total16
Fourth SemesterCredits
The Language and History of Fine Arts
ART 201, 202, 231, MUS 103, THEA 201
3
Business
BUS 202
3
The Human Experience
PSY 201, 202, 250, 260, 292, 295, REL 201, 210, SOC 201, 204, 250, 253, PHIL 203
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
Math 207, 201
3-4
Elective
Foreign Language or elective choice
3
Total15-16
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