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Business Administration AT A GLANCE

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This course will look at how firms become and remain international in scope. The course deals with the experiences of firms of all sizes, and from many countries, as they come to grips with an increasingly competitive global environment when a home market perspective is no longer enough. Through carefully selected comprehensive case studies and integrated text material, this course bridges both the internationalization process and multinational management.

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The curriculum covers social, economic and technological developments and applies evolving knowledge in the behavioral and social sciences. And business faculty are recognized leaders in their field as evidenced by their extensive industry experience, publications in leading academic journals, connections and partnerships with existing organizations, and presentations at national meetings and to key audience groups.

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The Business Administration program focuses on excellence and success in the corporate world, with internship opportunities at local and national organizations like Rich Products. Internships and a wide range of concentration electives let students explore their career interests and develop professional skills areas like economics, management, accounting, finance, marketing and entrepreneurship.

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Whether you’re preparing for a career in non-profit management or a spot at the top of a Fortune 500 company, our Business Administration degree is designed with practical skills and real-world experience in mind. All Business Administration students take courses in accounting, finance, human resources, marketing and management, giving a solid foundation in the day-to-day operations of organizations, and a chance to explore innovative thinking and projects.

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Friday, October 12, 2007

� Student for a Day � Environmental Sustainability; Bringing the “Academic” to Life!

Saturday, October 13, 2007

� Breakfast, Sullivan Campus Center � International Festival Dinner � Hypnotist Joshua Seth

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� Brunch, Sullivan Campus Center � Women’s Soccer vs. Penn State-Altoona � Men’s Soccer vs. Penn State-Altoona

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Business Administration Overview Bachelor of Science Degree Credit Distribution General Education Core (30 Credit Hours) ENG 110 College Writing II (3) ENG 200 Analytical Writing (3)  **GEN 110 Introduction to Critical Thought (3)  GEN 220 A Global Perspective on Colonial North America (3)  GEN 230 Creative Expression (3)  GEN 240 Scientific Discovery (3)  GEN 410 Baccalaureate Capstone I (3)  GEN 411 Baccalaureate Capstone II (3)  MAT 115 Pre-Calculus (3)  SPE 130 Fundamentals of Public Speaking (3)  Minimum General Education (30 Credit Hours) Major Requirements  ACC 101 Financial Accounting (3)  ACC 102 Managerial Accounting (3)  ECO 200 Macroeconomics (3)  ECO 201 Microeconomics (3)  ECO 260 Econometrics I (3) ECO 261 Econometrics (3) MIS 240 Management Information Systems (3) MGT 175 Management Concept and Communication (3) MGT 220 Principles of Marketing (3)  MGT 299 Business Law I (3) MGT 302 Operations Management (3)  MGT 335 Organizational Behavior (3) MGT 340 Financial Management (3) MGT 420 Policy and Strategy: Case Studies (3)  Minimum Major Credit Hours 42

Experiential Learning *MGT 377 Field Experience I (3) *MGT 477 Field Experience II (3)  Minimum Experiential Credit Hours 6 Major Electives or Concentration Area Courses 9 credit hours from the following: MGT 230 Human Resource Management (3) MGT 310 Marketing Management and Strategy (3) MGT 320 Organizational Leadership (3) MGT 400 Financial Planning (3) Minimum Major Electives Credit Hours (9) Liberal Arts and Sciences Courses ENG 205 Introduction to Literature or ENG 215 Survey of World Literature (3)  ENG 260 Business and Professional Writing (3) ***MAT 114 Intermediate Algebra (3)  PHI 300 Ethics (3)  PSY 100 Introduction to Psychology (3) Liberal Arts and Sciences Elective (3)  Minimum Liberal Arts and Sciences Credit Hours 18 Free Elective Component 9 credit hours  (May include any College course) Breadth electives - 6 credit hours at least two (2) courses (minimum 300 level) from those housed in the Business program Total 120 credit hours *For students with significant business experience, the department offers several options in fulfilling the field experience requirements. Information on these options and waiver applications may be obtained from the Field Experience Coordinator. Waiver applications must be filed at least one semester before implementation according to the following schedule: October 1 for the following Spring semester; March 1 for the following Fall semester.  **Required of first-year students; all other students must substitute a 300/400 level Liberal Arts and Sciences Elective.  ***Students who meet the math competency must substitute a 300/400 level Liberal Arts and Sciences Elective.

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