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    • MAJORSSCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONBachelor ofAccountancy Accountancy option Accountancy and Finance/Real Estate combination Accountancy and Supply Chain Management combination Accountancy and Information Systems/Technology combinationBA in EconomicsBBA in Business AdministrationBBA in Business EconomicsBBA in FinanceBBA in International BusinessBBA in MarketingBBA in Real EstateDEPARTMENT OFENGINEERINGBS/BA in Electrical EngineeringBS/BA in Industrial and Systems EngineeringBS/BA inMechanicalEngineering COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES BA in Mathematics Applied Mathematics emphasis BA in Architecture
    • MAJORSBUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONPlace cursor over course for descriptionLower-Division Preparation for the Major (22-23 Units)• ACCT 201 Principles of Financial Accounting• ACCT 202 Principles of Managerial Accounting• ECON 101 Principles of Microeconomics• ECON 102 Principles of Macroeconomics• ECON 216 Quantitative Business Analysis• ITMG 100 Information Systems• MATH 130 Survey of Calculus• or MATH 150 Calculus INote: Student must have completed 60 units to take upper-
 division courses.Upper-Division Business Requirements (24 Units)Must average “C”• DSCI 300 Management Science• DSCI 303 Operations Management• ETLW 302D Business and Society• ETLW 311 Business Law I• FINA 300 Financial Management• MGMT 300 Organizational Behavior• MGMT 490 Strategic Management (Last Semester 
 Seniors only)• MKTG 300 Fundamentals of MarketingElective Component for the Major (15 Units)Finance Area (FINA 401-408, REAL 325 or 326) 
 Management Area(MGMT 301-401) 
 Marketing Area (MKTG 301-490) 
 SBA Upper-Division Elective 
 SBA Upper-Division ElectiveMATHEMATICSCOMP 150 (3)
 MATH 150, 151, 160*, 250 (15)
 MATH 320 (3)
 MATH 350 or361 or 380 (3)
 MATH 360 (3)
 MATH 375 or 385 (3)
 PHYS 270, 271 (8)
    • MINORSBusiness AdministrationSupply Chain ManagementEconomicsManagementLower-division required courses (6 units):• ACCT 201 Principles of Financial Accounting• ECON 101 Principles of MicroeconomicsUpper-division required courses (6 units):• MGMT 300 Organizational Behavior• MGMT 301 Organizational TheoryUpper-division elective courses (6 units):• MGMT 302 Family Business• MGMT 303 Interpersonal Relations• MGMT 304 Entrepreneurship and New Ventures• MGMT 305 Career Development• MGMT 306 Women in Management• MGMT 307 Human Resource Management• MGMT 308 Small Business Management• MGMT 309 International Comparative ManagementAccountancyLower-division required courses (6 units):• ACCT 201 Principles of Financial Accounting• ACCT 202 Principles of Managerial AccountingUpper-division required courses (6 units):• ACCT 300 Intermediate Accounting I• ACCT 302 Cost AccountingUpper-division elective courses (6 units):• Any two pre-approved ACCT ElectivesFinanceLower-division required courses (6 units):• ACCT 201 Principles of Financial Accounting• ACCT 202 Principles of Managerial AccountingUpper-division required courses (12 units):• FINA 300 Financial Management• FINA 402 Investments• FINA 404 Advanced Corporate Finance• FINA 405 International FinanceInternational BusinessLower-division required courses (9 units):
    • • ACCT 201 Principles of Financial Accounting• ECON 101 Principles of Microeconomics• ECON 102 Principles of MacroeconomicsUpper-division required course (3 units):• BUSN 361 Introduction to International BusinessUpper-division elective courses (6 units):• MGMT 309 International Comparative Management• MKTG 305 International Marketing• ETLW 313 International Business Law and Ethics• FINA 405 International Finance• ECON 333 International Economics• ECON 335 Economic Development of Latin America• ECON 337 Economic Development of AsiaAs well as any pre-approved elective, including region-specificinternational 
 abroad courses.MarketingLower-division required courses (6 units):• ACCT 201 Principles of Financial Accounting• ECON 101 Principles of MicroeconomicsUpper-division required courses (6 units):• MKTG 300 Fundamentals of Marketing• MKTG 490 Marketing StrategyUpper-division elective courses (6 units):• MKTG 301 Services Marketing• MKTG 302 Sports Marketing• MKTG 303 Internet Marketing• MKTG 305 International Marketing• MKTG 330 Personal Selling• MKTG 350 Advertising• MKTG 355 Public Relations• MKTG 410 Marketing Research• MKTG 420 Consumer Behavior• MKTG 465 Retailing• MKTG 480 Advanced Marketing ProjectAs well as any pre-approved elective, including region-specificinternational 
 abroad courses.Real EstateLower-division required courses (6 units):• ACCT 201 Principles of Financial Accounting• ECON 101 Principles of MicroeconomicsUpper-division required courses (9 units):• REAL 320 Principles of Real Estate• REAL 327 Legal Aspects of Real Estate• And ONE of the following:
    • • REAL 325 Financing Residential Real Estate• REAL 326 Commercial Real Estate Finance and InvestmentUpper-division elective courses (3 units):• REAL 325 Financing Residential Real Estate• REAL 326 Commercial Real Estate Finance and Investment• REAL 328 Commercial Real Estate Valuation• REAL 329 Real Estate Development• REAL 494 Property Management◦ - TBD. Prerequisite: REAL 320.• BUSN 498 Approved Real Estate related Internship◦ ** A real estate-related internship with approval from the real estate faculty.MathematicsStudents may obtain a minor in mathematics by completing 18 units ofmathematics course work. These units must include at least 6 units of upper-division work as well as MATH 150, 151, and 250.SpanishOption 1: 18 units1. 18 units: at least 9 of the 18 units must be in upper division courses (numbered300 and above).Option 2: 12 units of upper-division courses numbered 300 or higher
The prerequisite for this option is fourth semester competency in Spanish andapproval by the Department Chair.For either option, a minimum of six upper-division units must be taken on theSan Diego campus. With that restriction in mind, we highly recommend theexperience of living and studying in a Spanish-speaking country.