Prerequisites: Students enrolling in the Next Step Program in business are required to have completed the following courses or their equivalent, typically found in an Associate degree program in business, prior to matriculation. If the following courses, or their equivalent, have not been completed in the Associate degree program, the student will be admitted as a regular transfer student. The required prerequisite courses are: Accounting (BCOR 214 & 215) Economics (BCOR 111 & 112) Business Technology I (CIS 150) Composition (LENG 111 & 112)
Applied Mathematics for Business (MATH 115) Marketing (BCOR 240) Management (BCOR 250) Statistics (MATH 213 or BCOR 220)
Dahlkemper School of Business Minors All prerequisites must be completed and minimum grade requirement satisfied prior to pursuing business minors. ACCOUNTING MINOR (15 Credits) BCOR 214 Principles of Accounting l BCOR 215 Principles of Accounting II ACCT 305 Intermediate Financial Accounting And six credits in Accounting at the 300 level or above BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MINOR (18 credits) Non-Business majors only. BCOR 105 Foundations of the Business Enterprise BCOR 111 Principles of Microeconomics or ECON 285 Project Economics BCOR 214 Principles of Accounting I BCOR 240 Marketing in the Global Environment BCOR 250 Management Theory and Practice Business elective from any business concentration or BCOR 112 Principles of Macroeconomics ECONOMICS MINOR (18 Credits) BCOR 111 Principles of Microeconomics BCOR 112 Principles of Macroeconomics And twelve credits in Economics electives planned with the student advisor. ENTREPRENEURSHIP MINOR (15 Credits) BCOR 240 Marketing in the Global Environment BCOR 250 Management Theory and Practice ENTR 310 Organizational Innovation ENTR 330 Entrepreneurial Finance ENTR 410 New Venture Creation FINANCE MINOR (15 Credits) BCOR 215 Principles of Accounting II BCOR 311 Financial Management I FINC 312 Financial Management II And six credits in Finance at the 300 level or above. GLOBAL BUSINESS MINOR (15 Credits) BCOR 240 Marketing in the Global Environment BCOR 250 Management Theory and Practice IMGT 306 Global Business And six credits of advanced International electives planned with the studentâ€™s advisor.