Academic Catalog 2013-2014 
    Apr 07, 2020  
Academic Catalog 2013-2014 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Business Administration, Management Information Systems Specialization, B.B.A.

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Recommended Course Sequence

Students seeking the Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) degree may select one of seven specializations:

Business Administration
Economics and Finance
Health Care Administration
International Management
Management Information Systems
Management and Marketing

Each business major is assigned an academic advisor and should consult regularly with the advisor to ensure proper course selection. The recommended course sequence should be adhered to by all B.B.A. majors. When a course is taken without having the specified prerequisite equivalent additional hours will be added to the program.


Business majors should consult with their advisors prior to selecting courses in their specializations, and follow the recommended course sequence.

Bachelor of Business Administration Recommended Sequence of Courses - listed is the recommended rotation based on a B.B.A. degree program. For complete information on the general education and graduation requirements for the B.B.A. degree program, please refer to the Undergraduate Programs  section of the catalog.

Sophomore Year Fall Semester:

Total: 17 Hours

Sophomore Year Spring Semester:

Total: 16 Hours

Total: 13 Hours

Junior Year Spring Semester:

Total: 16 Hours

Senior Year Fall Semester:

Total: 13 Hours

Senior Year Spring Semester:

Total: 15 Hours

Management Information Systems Specialization

The 24 hours required in Management Information Systems specialization prepares the graduate to be the liaison between managers and computers, and to manage automated information systems. Management recognizes the need to treat information as a corporate asset whose ultimate value is dependent on the implementation of effective computer-based information systems. Development of these data systems requires knowledge of the enterprise and its functions as well as technical competence. Therefore, management of information through database administration systems, analysis and design, development of business software, and use of computers as decision-making tools is emphasized.

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