Program: Management - Human Resources, BSBA - Appalachian State University (2024)

Jul 10, 2024
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Program Code: 355F
CIP Code: 52.0201

General Education Requirements (44 Hours)

  • General Education Requirements

The following 16 hours of major requirements can also count in the General Education:

  • Program:RC 1000and RC 2001(6 hours) count towards the General Education Writing Across the Curriculum requirement
  • MAT 1035(3 hours) and 1 hours of ECO 2100fulfill the General Education Quantitative Literacy requirement
  • ECO 2030and ECO 2040(6 hours) count towards the General Education Liberal Studies Experience requirement

WCOB Core Requirements

WCOB Admission Requirements (16 Hours)

2.6 cumulative GPA (based on 12+ graded hours at ASU), 45 earned hours and completion of the following:

  • RC 1000 - Expository Writing (3) minimum grade of “C” (2.0) required
  • MAT 1035 - Business Mathematics With Calculus (3) minimum grade of “C-” (1.7) required
  • ACC 2100 - Principles of Accounting I (3) minimum grade of “C-” (1.7) required
  • BUS 2001 - Business Career Development (1) minimum grade of “C” (2.0) required
  • CIS 1060 - Business Analytics using Spreadsheet Technology (3) minimum grade of “C-” (1.7) required
  • ECO 2030 - Principles of Microeconomics (3) [GenEd: SS] minimum grade of “C-” (1.7) required

WCOB Lower Level Core (18 hours)

2.0 average required

Business majors are encouraged to complete all WCOB Lower Level Core courses before taking 4000 level business courses.

  • ACC 2110 - Principles of Accounting II (3) minimum grade of “C-” (1.7) required
  • ECO 2040 - Principles of Macroeconomics (3) [GenEd: SS] * minimum grade of “C-” (1.7) required
  • ECO 2100 - Business and Economic Statistics I (3) * minimum grade of “C-” (1.7) required (can sub. STT 2810or STT 2820)
  • ECO 2200 - Business and Economic Statistics II (3) (can sub. STT 3820)
  • LAW 2150 - Legal Environment of Business (3) minimum grade of “C-” (1.7) required
  • RC 2001 - Introduction to Writing Across the Curriculum (3) minimum grade of “C” (2.0) required (hours already counted in Gen Ed)

Note

Students cannot be admitted to the COB with any outstanding grades of “I”.

*MAT 1035, ECO 2030, ECO 2040, and one hour of ECO 2100already count in Gen Ed.

WCOB Upper Level Core (19 hours)

2.0 average required

*A senior check and, for students graduating in the term in which these are taken, a graduation application, must be completed prior to registering for courses indicated with an asterisk.

  • CTE 3340 - Business Communications (3) [WID]
  • or

  • ENG 3100 - Business Writing (3) [WID]
  • (min. grade of “C” in CTE 3340/ENG 3100required to take 4000 level business courses)

  • FIN 3680 - Introduction to Finance (3)
  • MGT 3630 - Introduction to Organizational Behavior (3)
  • MKT 3050 - Principles of Marketing (3)
  • SCM 3650 - Production and Operations Management (3)
  • MGT 4750 - Strategic Management (3) * (prereq: CTE 3340or ENG 3100with a minimum grade of “C” (2.0), FIN 3680, MKT 3050, SCM 3650and final semester of coursework)
  • BUS 4000 - Business Capstone Experience (1) [CAP] * (Capstone Requirement) (prereq: CTE 3340or ENG 3100with a minimum grade of “C” (2.0), FIN 3680, MKT 3050, SCM 3650and final semester of coursework)

Global Issues Requirement

Met within the other degree requirements - does not require additional course work

The Global Issues requirement can be met by satisfying one of the following:

  • International business course (See list below)
  • Business faculty led study abroad (minimum 3 hours)
  • Semester long study abroad for credit
  • Full-time 400-hour minimum international internship for credit
  • Foreign language courses at or above the 3000 level

International Business Course

  • ACC 3585 - Issues in International Taxation (3)
  • ACC 3590 - Assessing Sustainability in a Global Business Environment (3)
  • ACC 4730 - Accounting and International Business (3)
  • BUS 4065 - Holland Fellows International Business Study in Asia II (3)
  • CIS 3620 - Global Information Technologies (3)
  • ECO 3410 - International Trade (3)
  • ECO 3430 - Economic Growth and Development (3)
  • ECO 4640 - International Macroeconomics (3)
  • ENT 3190 - International Entrepreneurship (3)
  • ENT 3600 - Entrepreneurship Study Abroad (3-6)
  • FIN 3350 - International Business Transactions (3)
  • FIN 4750 - International Business Finance (3)
  • FIN 4800 - International Insurance Markets (3)
  • MGT 3670 - International Human Resource Management (3)
  • MGT 3800 - Systems Thinking and Global Awareness (3)
  • MKT 4550 - International Marketing (3)
  • SCM 3680 - Supply Chain Technologies in a Global Environment (3)
  • SCM 3690 - Global Supply Chain and Logistics (3)
  • and others upon approval

Other Prerequisite Information

No more than five business courses at the 3000 level or above, including graduate-level courses, can be taken by students not admitted to the COB.

Please see course descriptions for important prerequisite information for 3000 level and 4000 level business courses.

Note

***IN ORDER TO GRADUATE, MANAGEMENT MAJORS MUST ACHIEVE A MINIMUM AVERAGE GPA OF 2.0 IN THE FOLLOWING 24 HOURS OF MANAGEMENT REQUIRED COURSES AND MAJOR ELECTIVES***

Management - Required (15 Hours)

  • MGT 3000 - Business Futures: Foundations in Ethics, Sustainability, and Inclusion (3)
  • ENT 3060 - Design Thinking and Entrepreneurial Mindset (3)
  • MGT 3800 - Systems Thinking and Global Awareness (3)
  • MGT 3700 - Discovery and Storytelling: Evidence-Based Management (3)
  • MGT 4700 - Leadership: Perspective and Skills (3)

Human Resources Concentration Required (9 Hours)

  • MGT 3620 - Human Resource Management (3)
  • MGT 3680 - Human Resources and the Law (3)
  • MGT 4640 - The Strategy and Practice of Human Resource Management (3)

College of Business Electives (3000/4000 Level) (3 Hours)

Cannot use FIN 3010or MGT 3010

Free Electives (12 Hours)

Taken to total 120 hours for the degree

  • 12 hours any level inside or outside of the COB (cannot use ACC 1050, FIN 3010, or MGT 3010)

Total Required (120 Hours)

92 hours major requirements/electives PLUS 44 hours Gen Ed requirements MINUS 16 hours of major requirements already counted in Gen Ed


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