Nonbusiness Subjects

In addition to the business subjects, the student must acquire at least 57 semester hours in liberal arts and sciences and statistics courses.

Nonbusiness Subjects - Core Curriculum - CBA Undergraduate Degrees (57 semester hours)

CIS-185Information Systems Essentials3
CMP-120Expository Writing3
CMP-125

CMP-203
Research Writing
or
Literature and Composition
3
COM-290Professional and Strategic Speech3
ECO-200Principles of Macroeconomics3
ECO-201Principles of Microeconomics3
MSD-105Quantitative Methods for Business I 3
MSD-200, 201Statistical Methods I, II6
 Natural Science electives 6
 Humanities electives 6
 Social Science electives 6
 Electives in liberal arts subjects† 12**

CMP-115 will be waived for students who attain a 530 or above on the writing section and 500 or above on the reading section of the SAT or a specified qualifying score on the English Department Placement Test. A student may use CMP-115 Introduction to Expository Writing as a humanities elective.

**Upper-level economics courses (300 and 400 levels) may be used as business or free electives only; they may not be used as liberal arts electives. A student may use Intermediate Macroeconomics (ECO-210) or Intermediate Microeconomics (ECO-211) as liberal arts electives, the other course (or both) can be business or free elective.

†Advertising majors must satisfy this requirement with specified courses (see Requirements for the Major, page xx). Computer Information Systems and Global Supply Chain Management majors are required to complete 9 electives in liberal arts subjects.


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