Business Analytics majors must complete the University core requirements, which are partially
satisfied by MGT 252 Business Ethics (which also counts as religion core) or one core approved
philosophy course in ethics, MATH-105(3) or MATH-110(3), and MATH-115(3).
All business majors must complete CMSC-180 and one of CMSC-181 through 184 depending on the student's background. CMSC-184 is highly recommended.
Majors must complete each of the business core courses with a "C" or better: ACCT-111(3), 112(3); ECON-101(3), 102(3); FINA-300(3); MKTG-300(3); MGT-150(3), 251(3), and C300(3).
Majors must complete with a "C" or better: BALT-301(3), BALT-310(3), BALT-320(3), BALT-330(3),BALT-380(3); and two from among MGT-235(3), MGT-301(3), MGT-333(3), MGT-347(3), INTB elective at the 300 level, BALT elective at the 300 level.
CLEP, life experience, work experience, internships, advance placement and other external credit do not substitute for upper-level (300) courses.
Business Analytics majors who elect to earn a second major in the undergraduate business
department must complete the unique specialization courses for the second business major.
Specialization courses may only be used for satisfying the requirements for one business major. In the event that a specialization course is required for two majors, the student's academic advisor will identify an additional specialization course.
Only courses in which a student has received a "C" or better may be applied to the minor. Students are limited to one minor in accounting, business analytics, business and economics, economics, finance, international business and economics, management and organizational behavior or marketing. Students (except for BACHELOR OF ARTS IN MANAGEMENT students) seeking a minor in business analytics must complete with a grade of "C" or better 21 semester hours which must include ACCT-111(3); ECON-101(3); BALT-301(3), 330(3); and at least three 300-level courses in business analytics or MGT-347. A Bachelor of Arts in Management student may not minor in Business Analytics. Students who earn a major in business analytics may not earn a minor in the undergraduate business department.
For further information please contact Associate Dean and Business Analytics Program Director Rick Cali at email@example.com or (630) 829-1932.