Business Administration, B.S. (2014-2015 Archive)
Global Supply Chain Management Option

Notice: The General Education requirements prescribed on this Road Map are based on the Plan R Required Pattern of Courses (GE catalog years 2006-2018). See General Education Plan R for more information.

All lower division GE completed. Lower division major requirements of Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics completed as part of the AS-T in Business.

Transfer Year 1: First Semester

Course Units
BLAW 280 (If not completed prior to transfer) 3
MATH 103* (If not completed prior to transfer) and MATH 103L** 3-4
SOM 120 or MATH 140* (If not completed prior to transfer) 3-4
ENGL 205* (If not completed prior to transfer) 3
COMP 100* (If not completed prior to transfer) 3
Total 12-14

Transfer Year 1: Second Semester

Course Units
BUS 302 and BUS 302L 3/1
FIN 303 3
MGT 360 3
MKT 304 3
SOM 306 3
Total 16

Transfer Year 2: First Semester

Course Units
ENGL 306 – counts as GE Upper Division and Communication Foundations 3
IS 312 3
SCM 416 or SOM 416 3
MKT 442 or SCM 442 3
MKT 447 or SCM 447 3
Total 15

Transfer Year 2: Second Semester

Course Units
SCM 492 3
BUS 497A or BUS 497B 3
ECON 310 – counts as GE Upper Division and Global SCM Elective 3
Global SCM Elective, one course from: ACCT 470, BUS 491CS, MKT 346, MKT 443, MKT 445, SOM 464, SOM 465, SOM 467, SOM 498 3
GE Upper Division*** 3
Electives 0-2
Total 15-17
Total units after transfer 60

*By nature of the choices for the AS-T in Business Administration, students will have completed at least one of these requirements prior to transfer, reducing the maximum total required in the first semester to 12-14 units.

**In order to enroll in MATH 103 transfer students must take a corequisite of MATH 103L or score a minimum of 16 on the Algebra section of the Mathematics Placement Test.

***If needed, select GE Upper Division courses that also satisfy: (1) IC: Information Competence, (2) GE Comparative Cultural Studies, and/or (3) Title 5 requirements in American History and/or US/State/Local Government.