Business Administration, B.S. (2016-2017 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 Administration.
Transfer Year 1: First Semester
|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|
Transfer Year 1: Second Semester
|BUS 302 and BUS 302L||3/1|
Transfer Year 2: First Semester
|ENGL 306 – counts as GE Upper Division and Communication Foundations||3|
|SCM 416 or SOM 416||3|
|MKT 442 or SCM 442||3|
|MKT 447 or SCM 447||3|
Transfer Year 2: Second Semester
|BUS 497A or BUS 497B||3|
|Global SCM Elective, one course from: ACCT 470, BUS 491CS or SOM 498, MKT 346, MKT 443, MKT 445, SOM 464, SOM 467, SOM 468, ECON 310 – counts as GE Upper Division and Global SCM Elective***||3/3|
|GE Upper Division****||3|
|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.
***ECON 310 will count as both an Upper Division GE course and one of the two Global SCM Electives required. Students who have completed two (or more) of the “Transfer Year 1: First Semester” lower division courses will not need ECON 310 to double count for Upper Division GE. However, all students must satisfy minimum 9 units of Upper Division GE for the degree.
****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.