BSBA Baccalaureate Track #1

Business Administration Baccalaureate Track #1

This track assumes that the student places into M 115 and WRIT 101. Should the student place below these levels, additional coursework may be required; this, in turn, may extend the length of the overall plan. Students are encouraged to work with their advisor to develop a tailored degree plan/track.

Year #1

Fall #1

This table gives the recommended course load for Fall #1 semester, Year #1 year.
CourseCredits
WRIT 101* 3
M 115* 3
BGEN 105S or 160S 3
Non-business elective See Note A2-3
Mtn: Double-dipper (H) & (Y) 3-4
Total Credits14-16

Spring #1

This table gives the recommended course load for Spring #1 semester, Year #1 year.
CourseCredits
CSCI 172** 3
COMX 111A** 3
(X) course 3
Mtn: ECNS 201S* 3
Mtn: ACTG 201* See Note A3
Total Credits15

Note A: ACTG 101 (4 credits) and 102 (4 credits) are considered equivalent to ACTG 201 (3 credits) for primary lower core Business requirements. Students may elect to take ACTG 101 and 102 instead of ACTG 201 and the non-business elective the first year. Under this election, students earn 63-64 credits for the AA, 58-59 of which matriculate for COB BSBA degree requirements.

*Primary lower core course for BSBA. Grade of C- or better required, as well as a primary lower core cumulative GPA of at least 2.0. NOTE: Accounting majors must earn at least a C in their ACTG courses to progress to accounting coursework beyond ACTG 202.

**Secondary lower core course for BSBA, grade of C- or better required.

Year #2

Fall #2

This table gives the recommended course load for Fall #2 semester, Year #2 year.
CourseCredits
ACTG 202* 3
(N) course 3
(L) course 3
Mtn: STAT 216* See Note B4
Mtn: ECNS 202S** 3
Total Credits16

Spring #2

This table gives the recommended course load for Spring #2 semester, Year #2 year.
CourseCredits
WRIT 121 3
(N) course with lab 3
Non-business elective 3
Mtn: BMIS 270* 3
Mtn: BGEN 220E**
Total Credits15

TOTAL EARNED CREDITS FOR DEGREE: 60-62

Note B: PSYX 222, SOCI 202, or FORS 201 can be substituted for STAT 216.

Fall #2

  • Complete AA degree graduation application; due last Friday in October.

Spring #2

  • Attend COB group advising.
  • Apply for admission to a COB BSBA major.
  • Apply for transfer to mountain campus.

*Primary lower core course for BSBA. Grade of C- or better required, as well as a primary lower core cumulative GPA of at least 2.0. NOTE: Accounting majors must earn at least a C in their ACTG courses to progress to accounting coursework beyond ACTG 202.

**Secondary lower core course for BSBA, grade of C- or better required.