Business Administration Academic Advisement Notes


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



BU 201



EN 101



MA 114 or 119



Flexible Core II.

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


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