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Program Requirements

SNL Core Curriculum (72 credits, 26 in Residence: RR) 

Lifelong Learning (32 credits)

·         LL 201 Discover New Learning, 2 credits.RR

·         Civic Engagement, 4 credits.

·         LL 205 Quantitative Reasoning, 4 credits.

·         LL 260 Rhetoric & Composition, 4 credits.

·         LL 270 Critical Thinking, 4 credits.

·         LL 290 Research Writing, 4 credits. RR

·         LL 300 Research Methods, 6 credits. RR

·         LL 302 Externship, 4 credits. RR

Liberal Learning (40 credits)

·         Knowing in the Liberal Arts: 6 credits. RR

·         Arts & Ideas, 10 credits

·         Human Community, 10 credits

·         Scientific World, 10 credits

·         IN 307 Advanced Elective, 4 credits RR

Open Electives (50 Credits)

Major Requirements (70 credits, 34 of which are RR --Residency Requirements)

Professional Core Courses

(20 credits, 16 RR)

FA 199 Career Assessment & Planning

DCM 330 Professional Communication in the Workplace

DCM 317 Ethics in the Professions

HC 300 Globalization & Professional Practice

FA 302 Advanced Project Proposal

FA 303 Advanced Project

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Business Administration Courses (25% of degree; 40 credits, 18 RR)

 

Students may choose any 4 of these 10 courses as their Residency Requirements.

FA 208 Successful Sales & Marketing Management

DA 200 Foundations of Decision Analytics

FA 223 Evaluating Accounting Principles

DCM 301  Analyzing Leadership in a Changing Professional Environment

DCM 302 Project Management: Design & Assessment

DCM 306 Productive Applications of Work-based Technology

HC 267 Workplace Law

HC 157 Economics for Decision Making

FA 334 Human Resource and Talent Development Fundamentals for Managers

FA 335 Understanding Risk Management in the Workplace

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Business Administration Electives

(10 credits count towards the major)

 

Students may choose to take more than 8 credit hours if they put additional courses in the Open Electives portion of the degree.  Otherwise, students may mix and match as suits their particular focus and course availability.

DCM 307 Analyzing Human Behavior

DCM 308 Intro to Statistics

DCM 318 Social Justice in the Professions

DCM 324 Effective Group and Personal Dynamics

FA 105 Essentials of Compensation Management

FA 120 Essentials of Coaching

FA 260 Essentials of Project Management

FA 318 Understanding Financial Statements

FA 340 Implementing Corporate Training Programs

FA 359 Ethical Business Behavior

FA 386 Exploring the Non-Profit Workplace

HC 101 The Art of Negotiation

HC 178 Gender at Work

HC 208 Heart of the Entrepreneur

HC 212 Global Leadership

HC 222 Facilitative Dialogue

HC 223 Money, Finance, and Crises

HC 247 Applying Economics: A Practical Approach

HC 261 Leadership in Classical Greek Literature

SW 244 Statistical Reasoning

SW 329 Database Development for Managing Information

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