Business Administration Academic Advisement Notes

Description

The Business Administration transfer program is designed for students planning to transfer to a four-year institution. It is primarily designed for students seeking to transfer to Baruch College.

Advisement Notes

  • Foreign Language, Health Education (HE 101 or 102), History (Hi 110, 111, or 112), and Speech Communication (SP 211) are no longer required as part of the General Education Core.
  • MA 128 or MA 260 or MA 440 are now part of the major requirement
  • Econ 101 and 102 are included as part of the major requirement but should be taken by students as part of the General Education Flexible Core*.
  • Students taking a 4 credit science course will have the 4th credit counted as a Major Elective.
  • *Key Courses that Should be Taken as Part of Common Core:

Econ 101 Econ 102

  • This will allow students to complete BU 401 - Principles of Marketing and BU 701 - Principles of Finance as part of the business major requirements to maximize the transfer of credits to a senior college.

Suggested First Semester

Suggested First Semester listing
Course Pathways Designation Credits

BU 101

Major

4

BU 201

Major

3

EN 101

I.A

3

MA 114 or 119

I.B

3

Flexible Core II.

II.A, II.B, II.C, II.D, II.E and additional II. A,B,C,D,or E

3

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