Business Administration, B.S. (2020-2021 Archive)
Global Supply Chain Management Option
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)
|MATH 103* (if not completed prior to transfer) and MATH 103L**
|SOM 120 or MATH 140* (if not completed prior to transfer)
|ENGL 205* (if not completed prior to transfer)
|IS 212* (if not completed prior to transfer)
Transfer Year 1: Second Semester
Transfer Year 2: First Semester
Transfer Year 2: Second Semester
|Total units after transfer
*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
***ECON 310 will count as both GE Upper Division Section D Social Sciences, 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.
*** Total of 9 units Upper Division General Education must include 3 units from GE B5 Scientific Inquiry and Quantitative Reasoning (FIN 303 satisfies GE B5), and 6 units from GE Upper Division Section C1 Arts, or GE Upper Division Section C2 Humanities, or GE Upper Division Section D Social Sciences, or GE Upper Division Section F Comparative Cultural Studies. (No more than 3 units from GE Upper Division C and no more than 3 units from GE Upper Division D.) If needed, select UDGE courses that also satisfy: IC: Information Competence, and/or: GE Upper Division Section D2 American History Institutions and Ideals, OR GE Upper Division Section D3 and D4 Constitution of the United States and State and Local Government.