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					                                           College of Business Degree Requirements
                                           AACSB - International Accredited • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
All University Core Curriculum (AUCC) • 34-37 Credits
CO150 ........... College Composition (Placement) (1A) ................................. 3                   Biological/Physical Sciences ......... See checklist on back (3A) ................. 7
ECON202 ...... Principles of Microeconomics (3C) ................................ 3                          Arts & Humanities ......................... See checklist on back (3B) ................. 6
ECON204 ...... Principles of Macroeconomics (3C) ............................... 3                           Historical Perspectives .................. See checklist on back (3D) ................. 3
MATH141....... Calculus for Management Sciences (Placement) (1B) .......... 3                                Global & Cultural Awareness ........ See checklist on back (3E) ................. 3
STAT204........ Statistics for Business Students ................................. 3                         Additional Communication…….. BUS300 or class from list (2B) ............ 3

Business Core • 34 Credits
BUS100 ......... Introduction to Business .............................................. 1                   FIN300……..Finance [ACT210, ECON202 and ECON204] ................................... 3
BUS150 ......... Business Computing Concepts & Applications ........... 3                                    MKT300……Marketing [ECON202] ............................................................ 3
ACT210.......... Financial Accounting [BUS100] ......................................... 3                   MGT301……..Supply Chain Management [STAT204 OR STAT301] .................. 3
ACT220.......... Managerial Accounting [ACT 210 and BUS150] ........................ 3                       MGT320……..Contemporary Management Principles [BUS200] ................. 3
BUS300 ....... Business Communication (2B) [CO150, BUS100] .................... 3                           BUS479……Strategic Management [FIN300, MKT300, MGT301, MGT320] .............. 3
BUS260 ......... Business Law [BUS 100] ................................................... 3
CIS200……….Information Management [BUS100 and BUS150] ..................... 3
Business Concentrations • 21-24 Credits
Accounting • 24 Credits                                  Finance• 24 Credits                                      Marketing • 21 Credits                                   Real Estate • 24 Credits
ACT311  ............................ 3                  FIN310 ................................... 3             MKT310 .................................. 3              FIN310 ................................... 3
ACT312 ................................. 3               FIN355 ................................... 3             MKT361 .................................. 3              REL360 .................................. 3
ACT321 ................................. 3               FIN475 ................................... 3             MKT410 .................................. 3              REL367 .................................. 3
ACT330 .................................. 3              UD ACT Elective.................... 3                    MKT479 .................................. 3              REL430 (F) ............................ 3
ACT350 ................................. 3               Choose Option(s) below:                                  Choose 3: ............................... 9              REL460 (F) ............................ 3
ACT411 .................................. 3                                                                       MKT320, 330, 360/DM360, 362
                                                         Corporate Finance                                                                                                 Choose 3:
ACT441 .................................. 3                                                                       363, 364, 365, 366, 440, 492
                                                         FIN370 ................................... 3                                                                      FIN311 ................................... 3
UD ACT Elective .................... 3
                                                         FIN470 (S) ............................. 3               Organization and Innovation                              FIN355 ................................... 3
 (except ACT310)
Prerequisite:B- in ACT210 & ACT220                      FIN471 (S) ............................. 3               Management • 21 Credits                                  MGT476 ................................. 3
                                                         UD FIN, REL or ACT Elective 3                            Group 1:                                                 MKT362 ................................. 3
Computer Information                                                                                              Choose 3:                                                REL435 (F) ............................ 3
Systems • 24 Credits                                     Investment Analysis
                                                                                                                  MGT310 ................................. 3               REL440 (F) ............................ 3
CIS210 ................................... 3             FIN311 (F) ............................. 3
                                                                                                                  MGT340 ................................. 3               REL487 .................................. 3
CIS240 ................................... 3             FIN455 (S) ............................. 3
                                                                                                                  MGT375 ................................. 3
CIS320 ................................... 3             FIN470 (S) ............................. 3
                                                                                                                  MGT411 ................................. 3
CIS350 ................................... 3             UD FIN, REL or ACT Elective 3
                                                                                                                  Group 2:
CIS355 ................................... 3             Financial Planning                                       Choose 4: ............................. 12
CIS360 ................................... 3             FIN342 .................................. 3              MGT325, 330, 350, 360, 375,
CIS340 or 410........................ 3                  FIN350 (S) ............................. 3               410, 411, 420, 425, 430, 440,
CIS340, 410, 411, or 413....... 3                        FIN450 (F) ............................. 3               470, 471, 472, 473, 474, 475,
                                                         UD FIN or ACT Elective......... 3                        476, 477, 486

Electives • 25-31 Credits
Non-Business Electives .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 17-20
       
         Students must complete a minimum of 54 credits that are non-business. Of these, 34-37 are AUCC; 17-20 are non-business electives.

Free Electives (depends on concentration and are not part of 54 Credits of non-business requirement) ................................................................... 8-11
Graduation Requirements
   All Business courses and required Non-Business courses must be taken for a letter grade                             BUS479 & FIN300 or MKT300 must have a combined GPA of 2.0 or higher.
   unless the course is only offered as Pass/Fail. Only Non-Business electives and Free
   Electives may be taken Pass/Fail if offered as Student Option Grading and are limited to                            If both requirements were not met prior to FA10, BUS300 will satisfy both.
   one course per semester. Degree requirements include: 2.0 cumulative/University GPA,                               If one requirement was met prior to FA10, students will have to fulfill the other.
   2.0 major/College GPA, 42 of 120 credits upper division [300+ level] (30 of which must be                          Students may not take both BUS 200 and BUS 300.
   taken in residence), 50% of total required Business credits must be earned at or through
   Colorado State University, and 15 of the last 30 credits must be in residence. University                          Courses in brackets [ ] indicate prerequisites.
   policy requires that students graduate under the curriculum in place at the time of their                          UD indicates Upper Division                                         Last revised: April 13, 2010
   graduation.



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Biological/Physical Sciences (3A) 2 Courses, 1 Lab, 7 Credits                                          Arts & Humanities (3B) 6 Credits, 2 Courses
AA 100 Introduction to Astronomy ...........................................................3          ART 100 Introduction to the Visual Arts ...................................................3
AA 101 Astronomy Laboratory .................................................................1         D 110 Understanding Dance ....................................................................3
ANTH 120 Human Origins and Variation .................................................3                E 140 The Study of Literature ..................................................................3
ANTH 121 Human Origins and Variation Laboratory ..............................1                        E 232 Introduction to Humanities .............................................................3
BSPM 102 Insects, Science, and Society ...............................................3                E 242 Reading Shakespeare ...................................................................3
BZ 101 Humans and Other Animals ........................................................3              E 270 Introduction to American Literature ...............................................3
BZ 104 Basic Concepts of Plant Life .......................................................3           E 276 Survey of British Literature I ..........................................................3
BZ 105 Basic Concepts of Plant Life Laboratory .....................................1                  E 277 Survey of British Literature II .........................................................3
BZ 110 Principles of Animal Biology ........................................................3          ETST 240 Native American Cultural Expressions ...................................3
BZ 111 Animal Biology Laboratory ..........................................................1           L*** 200 Second Year Language I* ………………………………………3-5
BZ 120 Principles of Plant Biology (includes lab) ....................................4                L*** 201 Second Year Language II* ……………………………………...3-5
CHEM 103 Chemistry in Context .............................................................3           L*** 250 Language, Literature, Culture in Translation ............................. 3
CHEM 104 Chemistry in Context Laboratory ..........................................1                   MU 100 Music Appreciation .....................................................................3
CHEM 107 Fundamentals of Chemistry ...................................................4                MU 111 Music Theory Fundamentals ......................................................3
CHEM 108 Fundamentals of Chemistry Laboratory ................................1                        MU 131 Introduction to Music History and Literature ..............................3
CHEM 111 General Chemistry I ..............................................................4           PHIL 100 Appreciation of Philosophy ......................................................3
CHEM 112 General Chemistry Laboratory I ............................................1                  PHIL 103 Moral and Social Problems ......................................................3
FW 104 Wildlife Ecology and Conservation ............................................3                 PHIL 110 Logic and Critical Thinking .......................................................3
GEOL 120 Exploring Earth: Physical Geology ........................................3                   PHIL 120 History and Philosophy of Scientific Thought ..........................3
GEOL 121 Introductory Geology Laboratory ...........................................1                  SPCM 100 Communication and Popular Culture ....................................3
GEOL 122 The Blue Planet: Geology of Our Environment .....................3                            SPCM 201 Rhetoric in Western Thought ................................................3
GEOL 124 Geology of Natural Resources ..............................................3                  TH 141 Introduction to Theatre ................................................................3
HORT 100 Horticultural Science (includes lab) ........................................4                * No more than three credits of intermediate foreign language may be
LAND 220 Fundamentals of Ecology ......................................................3               used toward this category.
LIFE 102 Attributes of Living Systems (includes lab) ...............................4                  ***Language courses separated into different subject codes based on
LIFE 201A-B Introductory Genetics .........................................................3           language (i.e. LFRE is French, LGER is German).
LIFE 220 Fundamentals of Ecology .........................................................3
MIP 101 Introduction to Human Disease .................................................3
NR 120A Environmental Conservation ....................................................3
NR 130 Global Environmental Systems ..................................................3                Global & Cultural Awareness (3E) 3 Credits, 1 Course
NR 150 Oceanography ............................................................................3      AGRI 116 Plants and Civilization .............................................................. 3
PH 110 Descriptive Physics .....................................................................3      AGRI 270 World Interdependence-Population and Food ......................... 3
PH 111 Descriptive Physics Laboratory ..................................................1              AM 250 Clothing, Adornment, and Human Behavior ............................... 3
PH 121 General Physics I (includes lab) ..................................................5            ANTH 200 Cultures and the Global System .............................................3
PH 122 General Physics II (includes lab) .................................................5            E 238 20th Century Fiction ....................................................................... 3
PH 141 Physics for Scientists and Engineers I (includes lab) ................5                         E 245 World Drama................................................................................... 3
PH 142 Physics for Scientists and Engineers II (includes lab) .................5                       ECON 211 Gender in the Economy.......................................................... 3
WR 304 Principles of Watershed Management .......................................3                     ETST 100 Introduction to Ethnic Studies .................................................. 3
*Credit allowed for only one of: GEOL120, GEOL122, GEOL124,                                            ETST 205 Ethnicity and the Media ...........................................................3
GEOL130, GEOL140                                                                                       ETST 253 Chicana/o History and Culture ................................................3
**Credit not allowed for both CHEM107 & CHEM111; PH110, 121                                            ETST 256 Border Crossings: People/Politics/Culture .............................. 3
                                                                                                       HORT 171 Environmental Issues in Agriculture ....................................... 3
Historical Perspectives (3D) 3 Credits, 1 Course                                                       IE 116 Plants and Civilizations ................................................................ 3
AMST 100 Self/Community in American Culture, 1600-1877 .................3                              IE 270 World Interdependence-Population and Food ............................. 3
AMST 101 Self/Community in American Culture Since 1877 .................3                              IE 370 Model United Nations ................................................................... 3
ANTH 140 Introduction to Prehistory .......................................................3           LB 170 World Literatures to 1500 ............................................................ 3
ETST 250 African American History ........................................................3            LB 171 World Literatures - The Modern Period ....................................... 3
ETST 252 Asian American History ..........................................................3            PHIL 170 World Philosophies .................................................................. 3
ETST 255 Native American History .........................................................3            POLS 131 Current World Problems ......................................................... 3
HIST 100 Western Civilization, PreModern ............................................3                 POLS 232 International Relations ........................................................... 3
HIST 101 Western Civilization, Modern ...................................................3             POLS 241 Comparative Government and Politics .................................. 3
HIST 115 Islamic World to 1500 ..............................................................3         SA 482 Study Abroad (if in Fall/Spring only)* ...........................................
HIST120 Asian Civilizations I ....................................................................3    SOC 205 Contemporary Race-Ethnic Relations ..................................... 3
HIST 121 Asian Civilizations II .................................................................3     SOCR 171 Environmental Issues in Agriculture ...................................... 3
HIST 150 U.S. History to 1876 ................................................................3        ***Language courses separated into different subject codes based on
HIST 151 U.S. History Since 1876 ..........................................................3           language (i.e. LFRE is French, LGER is German).
HIST170 World History, Ancient-1500 .....................................................3             *Effective Fall 2010
HIST 171 World History, 1500-Present ...................................................3
HIST 250 African American History .........................................................3
HIST 252 Asian American History ...........................................................3
HIST 255 Native American History ..........................................................3
NR 320 Natural Resources History and Policy ........................................3
                                                                                                                                           Category 1: Basic Competencies
Additional Communication (2B) 3 Credits, 1 Course
BUS300 Business Communication ...........................................................3               1A ............................. Intermediate Writing   1B ............................................ Mathematics
CO 300 Writing Arguments ......................................................................3
                                                                                                                   Category 2: Additional Communication: (2B) BUS300 effective FA10
CO 301 A-D Writing in the Disciplines .....................................................3
CO 302 Writing Online .............................................................................3                                   Category 3: Foundations & Perspectives
JTC 300 Professional and Technical Communication .............................3                          3A ................ Biological/Physical Sciences 3B .................................... Arts & Humanities
                                                                                                         3C .................. Social/Behavioral Sciences 3D ............................ Historical Perspectives
                                                                                                         3E ............... Global & Cultural Awareness
No course fulfills more than one category even if it is listed multiple times.
                                                                                                                                      Category 4 (A, B, C): Depth & Integration

Last revised: April 13, 2010
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