B.S.B.A. Core Requirements

All B.S.B.A. majors in the John L. Grove College of Business must satisfactorily complete the 100-/200-level business core courses during their freshman and sophomore years and must satisfactorily complete the 300-/400-level business core courses during their junior and senior years, as listed below. 

For Course Descriptions:    S.U. Undergraduate Catalog (See Section 3)
Required Courses in Related Fields
MAT140 College Algebra *
MAT181 Applied Calculus I
Required Courses
ACC200 Fundamentals of Financial Accounting
ACC201 Managerial Accounting
BSL261 American Legal Environment
BSN101 Foundations of Business Administration (2 cr.)
ECO113 Principles of Economics (4 crs.)
ECO280 Managerial Economics
FIN311 Financial Management
SCM200 Statistical Applications in Business
SCM330 Operations Management
MIS142 Business Computer Systems
MGT305 Organizational Behavior
MGT447 Business & Society**
MGT497 Strategic Management
MKT305 Principles of Marketing
*Students who place at the advanced level in the math competency/placement test are not required to take MAT140. In lieu of MAT140, students are required to take a general education elective outside of the John L. Grove College of Business.
**Satisfies university diversity requirement
Suggested Program Plan
Flow Chart
B.S.B.A. Worksheet

Major Course Requirements

Students should meet with their faculty advisor to plan the sequencing of their major program of study. Students interested in a double major and/or minor shall be required to take the prescribed courses in each respective major and/or minor. Students can double count one course with the permission of the respective department chair(s). Refer to the index under "double majors and minors" for further information.
English Requirements: All John L. Grove College of Business majors, including B.S.B.A., B.S.Ed., and B.A. candidates, must complete ENG106 Writing Intensive First Year Seminar or ENG110 Advanced Placement Writing, with a "C" grade or better before scheduling upper division business courses.
For additional information:   S.U. Undergraduate Catalog