B.S. Business and Liberal Studies - Multidisciplinary Program of Study
The fundamental program requirement is that each student must complete an approved program of study having no fewer than 120-credit hours of college-level work that demonstrates a broad base in business and in liberal studies courses along with a full complement of general education courses.
Students in the B.S. Business and Liberal Studies degree will be able to meet the following program objectives:
- To explain the major concepts in the functional areas of accounting, finance and management.
- To evaluate the legal, social and economic environments of business
- To describe the global environment of business
- To apply ethical decision making skills and integrity in an ever-changing, global environment
- To apply critical problem solving and professional skills in an experiential learning environment
- To demonstrate oral and written communication skills, appropriate to the profession
- To critique ideas, to be self-reflective, to respond creatively to the ideas and experiences of others and to analyze, synthesize and evaluate ideas and information.
- To reflect on the question of relationships: between yourself and others; between personal values and actions; between your understanding of self and what you see as "your work in the world."
- To understand the dynamic social forces affecting your community, the nation and the world through study in such areas as history,economics, politics, social studies, and cultural studies.
- To understand the dynamic relationship between theory and practice.
|General Education Courses|
|BA 302||Business Ethics||3|
|BA 414||Business Strategy||3|
|EH 123||Rhetoric and Composition I||3|
|EH 124||Rhetoric and Composition II||3|
|EH 200||Approaches to Literature||3|
|HE 111||The Husson Experience ***||1|
|MS 132||Probability and Statistics||3|
|Select one of the Following||4|
|Contemporary College Algebra|
|Precalculus with Trigonometry|
|Calculus with Applications|
|PY 111||General Psychology||3|
|EH Literature Elective||3|
|Fine Arts Elective||3|
|Foreign Culture and Conversation Elective||3|
|Lab Science Elective||3|
|Business Studies Courses|
|AC 121||Principles of Accounting I||3|
|AC 211||Managerial Accounting||3|
|BA 101||Introduction to Business||3|
|BA 310||Organization and Management||3|
|BA 210||Economics Overview for Non-Business Majors||3|
|or BA 211||Microeconomics|
|BA 312||Non-Profit Management and Leadership||3|
|BA 352||Internship II||3|
|BA 421||Integrated Marketing Communication and Advertising||3|
|BA 465||Biotechnology: The Business of Genetics||3|
|Liberal Studies Courses|
|MS 115||Quantitative Literacy||3|
|EH Literature Elective (200+)||3|
|Fine Arts Elective||3|
|History Elective (300+)||3|
|Humanities Elective (FA, HU, HY LC, PH or SY)||3|
|US History Elective||3|
May not be required for degree completion.