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Business Administration-Transfer

If you are looking for BUS& 201 Business Law, please go to the Business Management (BUS) listings.

Need more info? Visit the Business Transfer Program website.

BA 181 Business Honors Seminar I • 2 Cr.

BA 181 is the first course in the Business Honors Guided Pathway cohort sequence. It is designed for first-year students pursuing studies in accounting, management, marketing, business, finance, law, and statistics. Students will study motivation, teamwork, networking, values, career exploration and cultural competency. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Recommended: Placement into ENGL& 101 and MATH 138 (or higher).

BA 182 Business Honors Seminar II • 2 Cr.

BA 182 is the second course in the Business Honors Guided Pathway cohort sequence. It is designed for first-year students pursuing studies in accounting, management, marketing, business, finance, law, and statistics. Students will study business writing, research tools, leadership, and cultural competency. Prerequisite: BA 181 or permission of instructor.

BA 183 Business Honors Seminar III • 2 Cr.

BA 183 is the third course in the Business Honors Guided Pathway cohort sequence. It is designed for first-year students pursuing studies in accounting, management, marketing, business, finance, law, and statistics. Students will study a variety of analytical tools and the visual display of information, while learning about writing and communicating research in business, teamwork, and cultural competency. Prerequisite: BA 182 or permission of instructor.

BA 199 Individual Studies in Business Administration • V1-10 Cr.

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BA 240 Statistical Analysis • 5 Cr.

Surveys techniques used in decision-making and research. Topics include descriptive and inferential statistics, probability, central tendency, variability, normal and t-distributions, hypothesis testing, and regression. Material has applications in business, health care, etc. Prerequisite: MATH 138 or MATH& 141 with a C or better, or entry code.

BA 241 Multicultural Business Consulting • 5 Cr.  New

Description starting Summer 2021

Course combines classroom based theory with practicum experience. Students apply skills in marketing, financial analysis, business process analysis, consulting, and multicultural business management in working with a real business or nonprofit. Includes practical experience in consulting and managing in a multicultural environment, and opportunities to link classroom learning to a wide array of business disciplines to see how changes in one area affect the growth of the company as a whole. The same as BA 241. Either BA 241 or BUS 241 may be taken for credit, not both. Recommended: 30 prior college business credits.

BA 294 Special Topics in Administration • V1-10 Cr.

Students study advanced, new topics related to developments in the field of administration and management.

BA 295 Special Topics in Administration • V1-10 Cr.

Students study advanced, new topics related to developments in the field of administration and management.

BA 296 Special Topics in Administration • V1-10 Cr.

Students study advanced, new topics related to developments in the field of administration and management.

BA 297 Special Topics in Administration • V1-10 Cr.

Students study advanced, new topics related to developments in the field of administration and management.

BA 299 Individual Studies in Business Administration • V1-10 Cr.

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