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2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Management, BSBA (46-268) (120 hours)


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Major, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Degree

In the B.S.B.A. in Management major, our students will be given the opportunity to:

  • Become more effective decision makers.
  • Organize activities to implement decisions.
  • Deliver effective oral presentations and written communications.
  • Lead others effectively.
  • Develop skills and attitudes required for life-long learning and serving others.

Management, BSBA (46-268) (Area 1: Management) (4 Year Guide)  

Management, BSBA (46-268) (Area 2: Leadership) (4 Year Guide) 

Management, BSBA (46-268) (Area 3: Learning & Development) (4 Year Guide)  

Management, BSBA (46-268) (Area 4: Entrepreneurship & Social Enterprise) (4 Year Guide)  

Management, BSBA (46-268) (Area 5: Intrapreneurship) (4 Year Guide)  

Management, BSBA (46-268) (Area 6: Supply Chain & Innovation) (4 Year Guide)  

Elect One of the 6 Areas: 13-31 Semester Hours


Area 2 - Leadership (MGT2): 22-31 Semester Hours


Area 4 - Entrepreneurship & Social Enterprise (MGT4): 12-21 Semester Hours


Free Electives: 2-19 Semester Hours


Area 1: 11 Sem. Hours
Area 2: 1-10 Sem. Hours
Area 3: 11 Sem. Hours
Area 4: 11-19 Sem. Hours
Area 5: 5 Sem. Hours
Area 6: 5 Sem. Hours

General Education Requirements: 43 Semester Hours


All students must complete a minimum of 42 credit hours in general education. Some majors require additional hours due to required coursework. See The General Education Program Requirements  for full listing of requirements. The following general education classes are required by this major:

Minimum Total: 120 Semester Hours


10 Competency 10 course

All BSBA in Management majors are encouraged to complete an Internship (MGT 3335  or ESE 3335 )

^ Note that only 3 credits of MGT 3335  internship, if chosen, may count towards the 21 credits in Area 1: Management, Area 5: Intrapreneurship or Area 6: Supply Chain & Innovation.

## required for the Peace Corps Prep Intercultural Competence category

# also fulfill the Peace Corps Prep Intercultural Competence category electives

GE also fulfill UCM General Education

* Students expecting to receive the B.S.B.A. degree must meet all pre-admission requirements to be admitted to this program. See the Statement of Policy on Admission  to a B.S.B.A. degree program. Pre-admission courses include: ACCT 1101 , ACCT 2102 , BLAW 2720 , CIS 1600 , ECON 1010 , ECON 1011 , FIN 2801 , and MATH 1111 .

** Students must enroll in IBE Practicum (MGT 3385  or MKT 3485  or FIN 3885 ) concurrently with the IBE sections of MGT 3315 , MKT 3405  and FIN 3850 .

***Peace Corps Prep Certificate (see https://www.ucmo.edu/offices/peace-corps/)  The Peace Corps Prep Certificate is awarded by the Peace Corps. BSBA in Management majors, through their major courses will meet #6 Community and Economic Development sector requirements. Foreign language is encouraged but preparation depends on future service plans. Intercultural Competence is met by choosing either WGS 2000 Race, Class and Gender (3) or COMM 3340 Intercultural Communication (3) and six (6) additional credits in Intercultural Competence, some of which are also General Education courses. Further, in Area 2 Leadership, the Leadership Electives include 6 credits which include options from the Peace Corps Prep Intercultural Competence list. A BSBA in Management should be able to complete the Peace Corps Prep Certificate with a maximum of 9 credits; not including foreign language. The Peace Corps Prep Certificate also requires substantive intercultural experience. See the Peace Corps Prep Coordinator or the Management Coordinator to discuss this requirement further. Lastly, there are non-credit professional and leadership development requirements for the Peace Corps Prep Certificate.

****Internships. Students who choose an internship must have an overall cumulative GPA of 2.50 or above (4.00 scale) before they can enroll in their internship. Additionally, students must meet the following requirements for internship: 21 UCM credit hours completed (minimum). 60 credit hours of university credit (minimum). 2.50 (or above) overall GPA. Complete pre-internship paperwork and processes with HCBPS Internship Office.

***** Volunteer Hours, if  chosen, for Area 4 must not be same organization as internship for which the student earns internship credit. See Management Coordinator and HCBPS Internship Coordinator before starting volunteer hours.

*** and *****Upon completion of the following, students will be enrolled in a 0 credit special topics course to indicate completion of the requirement in the Degree Audit. See the Management Program Coordinator for more information.

  • Peace Corps Prep Certificate: MGT 4350  (0 credits) or ESE 4750  (0 credits)
  • Validated Volunteer Hours: MGT 3350  (0 credits) or ESE 3750  (0 credits)

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