Dec 13, 2018
A total of 120 units is required for the Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with the Entrepreneurship, Healthcare Management, Human Resource Management, Management, and Operations and Supply Chain Management Options.The BSBA degree with any of these options requires completion of 45units in BSBA core courses and 21 units in the option. Consult with an advisor for the specific number of units required in all areas of the degree including GE and free electives.
For Major Specific Admissions Criteria go to http://www.calstatela.edu/admissions/major-specific-criteria
Core Requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (45 Units)
Lower Division Required Courses (15 units)
Upper Division Required Courses (30 units)
- BUS 3050 - Business Communications (3)
- BUS 4150 - Contemporary Issues in Global Business (3)
- BUS 4970 - Strategic Management (3)
- CIS 3010 - Management Information Systems (3)
- ECON 3060 - Statistics for Business Analysis and Decision Making (3)
- FIN 3030 - Business Finance (3)
- MGMT 3060 - Operations Management (3)
- MGMT 3070 - Management and Organizational Behavior (3)
- MGMT 3080 - Business Responsibilities in Society (3)
- MKT 3100 - Principles of Marketing (3)
Note 1: BUS 4970 is the capstone course and requires completion of all other core courses, both lower and upper division. It is strongly recommended that the course be taken toward the end of the program.
Note 2: It is strongly recommended that when taking the upper division core courses, students follow the sequence: CIS 3010, BUS 3050, FIN 3030, ECON 3060, MKT 3100, MGMT3060, MGMT 3070, MGMT 3080, BUS 4150, and BUS 4970.
Note 3: ECON 3060 is double-counted in upper division GE Block B: Natural Science and Mathematics
Note 4: MGMT 3080 is double-counted in GE Block C: Upper Division Requirement: Arts and Humanities.
Note 5: BUS 3050 is designated as a Writing Intensive (WI) course.
Option Requirements for Human Resources Management (21 units)
The option prepares students for careers in human resources management in both the public and private sectors. Career paths include generalist and specialist, positions in human resource planning, recruitment and selection, compensation and benefits, job analysis, training and development, employment and labor relations, and other essential human resource functions.
Required Courses (15 units)
Select 6 units from the following