Business Administration (B.A.) Vucurevich School of Business The mission of the Vucurevich School of Business is to develop Christian leaders who advance ethical business practices and foster a spirit of innovation in a global society. Program Goals: 1. Vucurevich School of Business graduates draw upon functional knowledge and multiple skills and perspectives to shape responses to business challenges and opportunities. 2. Vucurevich School of Business graduates exercise appropriate leadership, value diverse perspectives and skills, and work collaboratively to accomplish organizational goals in a changing global society. 3. Vucurevich School of Business graduates understand their sense of purpose, identity, and context, and use this understanding to make ethical decisions that generate value for stakeholders and society. Student Learning Outcomes: 1. Students will be able to apply major concepts in the functional areas of accounting, marketing, finance, and management. 2. Students will be able to evaluate the legal, social, economics, and global environments of business. 3. Students will be able to identify and discuss ethical issues and obligations of business using ethical-based frameworks. 4. Students will be able to apply decision-support tools to business decision-making. 5. Students will be able to construct and present effective oral and written forms of professional communication. Vocational Applications: (1) sales and marketing, (2) financial services, (3) accounting, (4) management and general administration, and (5) entrepreneurship. Requirements: In addition to meeting the liberal arts core requirements of the University, the student must complete the business administration core requirements as well as completing the requirements for either (1) a concentration in management information systems; (2) a minor in accounting, economics, finance, interdisciplinary, leadership, entrepreneueral studies, management or marketing; or (3) a minor from another discipline. All coursework in the business administration core and in the chosen concentration or minor must be completed with a grade of “C-” or better. The Vucurevich School of Business regularly assesses its business administration programs to determine how well it is accomplishing its educational goals. Majors must participate in program assessment activities.
Business Administration Core ❏ ACC225 ❏ ACC226 ❏ ACC317 ❏ BUS305
Principles of Accounting I Principles of Accounting II Cost Management Managerial Finance
❏ BUS210 ❏ BUS307 ❏ BUS320 ❏ BUS421 ❏ BUS427 ❏ BUS450 ❏ ECO212 ❏ ECO213 ❏ ENG250 ❏ MAT112 ❏ MAT202 MAT201 MAT204 BUS375 ECO391 ❏ MAT233
Principles of Management Principles of Marketing Business Law Business Ethics Strategic Management Senior Colloquium Principles of Microeconomics Principles of Macroeconomics Business Research and Writing College Algebra and Trigonometry Finite Math or Calculus for Applications or Calculus I or Quantitative Analysis or Applied Economic Research* Introduction to Statistics
*Note: Students who have already completed the equivalent of MAT 112 should take MAT 202, MAT 201, MAT 204, BUS375 or ECO391.
Accounting Minor Requirements: Students who meet the regular degree requirements of the University for a major in some other area may receive a minor in Accounting by completing 22-23 s.h. as follows: ❏ ACC225 Principles of Accounting I ❏ ACC226 Principles of Accounting II ❏ ACC325 Intermediate Accounting I ❏ ACC317 Cost Management ❏ ACC304 Individual Tax Choose two courses from the following: ❏ ACC326 Intermediate Accounting II ❏ ACC404 Organizational Tax ❏ ACC425 Advanced Accounting ❏ ACC330 Accounting Information Systems ❏ ACC405 Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting ❏ ACC390 Special Topics in Accounting
Students seeking to complete the economics minor will complete the following five courses and select three additional courses. ❏ ECO212 Microeconomics ❏ ECO213 Macroeconomics ❏ ECO320 Managerial Economics ❏ BUS327/ECO327 Consumer Behavior ❏ ECO425/BUS425 Financial Markets & Institutions Choose three courses from the following: ❏ ECO349 Intermediate Microeconomics ❏ ECO350 Intermediate Macroeconomics ❏ ECO390 Special Topics ❏ ECO391 Applied Economic Research ❏ ECO395 Internship
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2017-2019 academic catalog for the University of Sioux Falls.