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
- MAT 140A - College Algebra
- MAT 140B - College Algebra
Required Courses in the John L. Grove College of Business
- BSN 101 - Foundations of Business Administration
- MIS 142 - Business Computer Systems
- SCM 200 - Statistical Applications in Business
Digital Marketing & Analytics concentration must earn a C or better in this course.
- ACC 200 - Fundamentals of Financial Accounting
Accounting majors must earn a C or better in this course.
- ACC 201 - Managerial Accounting Accounting majors must earn a C or better in this course.
- MKT 205 - Principles of Marketing
Marketing Management and Digital Marketing & Analytics concentrations must earn a C or better in this course.
- BSL 261 - American Legal Environment
- ECO 280 - Managerial Economics
- MGT 305 - Organizational Behavior
- FIN 311 - Financial Management
- SCM 330 - Supply Chain and Operations Management
- MGT 447 - Business and Society
- MGT 497 - Strategic Management
- Students who place at the advanced level in the mathematics placement/competency test are not required to take MAT 140A/MAT 140B. In lieu of MAT 140A/MAT 140B, students are required to take an additional free elective.
- Completion of ECO 101 and ECO 102 will satisfy the requirement for ECO 113.
- MAT 117B with a C or better, taken at Shippensburg University prior to declaring a program of study in the Grove College of Business will be accepted in lieu of SCM 200.
- MAT 117A with a C or better will be accepted in lieu of SCM 200.
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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.
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