"Bachelor of Innovationâ„¢ in Business Administration 2009-2010"
Bachelor of Innovation™ in Business Administration 2009-2010 ACADEMIC YEAR The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, along with the SKILLS COURSES College of Business, was established in 1965. The College, which is accredited by AACSB International-the Association to Skills courses provide the foundation for the business program Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, awards the Bachelor of and are to be completed in the first two years. The following Innovation™ in Business Administration. courses must be completed with a C- or better in order for them to count towards the BI degree: AACSB Degree Requirements All students in AACSB Accredited programs must complete a ACCT 201, 202 ........................................................... 6 minimum of 45 credits in business. BUAD 300 ................................................................. 3 ECON 101, 202 .......................................................... 6 ENGL 131 ................................................................... 3 MATH 104/111 and 112 ............................................. 6 QUAN 201, 202 .......................................................... 6 Total ............................................................... 30 THE PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM GENERAL REQUIREMENTS The Professional Program begins the junior year with the junior core classes: FNCE 305, MGMT 330, MKTG 300, All students enrolled in the College of Business are subject to OPTM 300, and INFS 300. The professional program academic policies and procedures as outlined in the University of continues on with the senior capstone classes BUAD 400 and Colorado at Colorado Springs Bulletin. ENTP 450 and the upper division innovation courses. These Please read the Bulletin carefully. courses must be completed with a C- or better. The undergraduate degree requires 120 semester hours with In order to graduate from a Professional Program Area of courses taken in general education, general business, innovation Emphasis (Bachelor of Innovation™ in Business and a cross-disciplinary area of interest. Administration), students must maintain the following criteria: • 2.0 cumulative GPA Residency: Candidates for the Bachelor of Innovation™ in • 2.5 College of Business GPA Business Administration must complete a minimum of 30 credits • Completion of all skills, junior core and capstone of business course work (to include the innovation specific business courses with no grade below C-. courses and BUAD 400 & ENTP 450) after the student has been accepted into the College of Business. Upper-division Hours: A minimum of 45 credits must be upper- division (300 or 400-level) course work. Transfer Restriction: A maximum of 60 semester hours of appropriate academic credit taken at a junior or community college may be applied toward the undergraduate degree in business. The College reserves the right to disallow any credit that is not appropriate academic degree credit. 2009-10 MODEL DEGREE PROGRAM The following four-year plan lists all the specific course requirements for the Bachelor of Innovation in Business Administration degree. The order in which these courses are taken may vary with course availability. However, normal degree progress in the College of Business requires that students complete the degree in a freshman, sophomore, junior, senior sequence. Students are responsible for completing all course prerequisites; prerequisites are strictly enforced. All classes are presumed to be 3 credits unless otherwise noted. FRESHMAN YEAR ____ ENTP 100 Introduction to Entrepreneurship ____ ECON 202 Introduction to Macroeconomics ____ ECON 101 Introduction to Microeconomics ____ MATH 112 Calculus for Business & Economics1 ____ ENGL 131 Rhetoric & Writing I1 ____ ENGL 209 Technical Writing and Presentation ____ MATH 104 College Algebra or 111 Linear Algebra1 ____ INOV 101 The Innovation Process ____ Innovation Elective: ID 101 Approved Seminar ____ INFS 110 MS Office Apps and Computer Basics OR Innovation related course approved by advisor Notes: 1. ACT and SAT scores will be used for placement in English and Math courses. 2. Elective options are on the last page. SOPHOMORE YEAR _____ ACCT 201 Financial Accounting ____ ACCT 202 Managerial Accounting _____ BLAW 201 Business & Intellectual Property Law ____ BUAD 300 Integrated Skills for Management _____ COMM 201 Comm in Workplace or 210 Public Speaking ____ QUAN 202 Process & Statistics-Based Decisions _____ QUAN 201 Business Statistics ____ INOV 210 Technical Writing _____ INOV 201 Innovation Team (1 cr) ____ INOV 202 Innovation Team (1 cr) _____ Cross-Discipline Core ____ Cross-Discipline Core Notes: Sophomore standing (30 credits completed) is required to enroll in sophomore business courses (45 hours for BUAD 300). JUNIOR YEAR ____ FNCE 305 Basic Finance ____ INFS 300 Intro to Mgmt Information Systems ____ MGMT 330 Intro to Management & Organization ____ OPTM 300 Fundamentals of Operations Mgmt ____ MKTG 300 Principles of Marketing ____ Natural Science Elective1 ____ Open Elective2 ____ Cross-Discipline Core ____ Cross-Discipline Core ____ INOV 302 Innovation Team (2 cr) ____ INOV 301 Innovation Team (1 cr) ____ Writing Portfolio Submission (required, zero credit) 2 Notes: Junior standing (60 credit hours completed) is required for courses in bold print. 1. Approved Natural Science Electives are listed on back page. 2. After completing ENGL 309, students must submit a Writing Portfolio or enroll in an additional upper division writing course. SENIOR YEAR ____ BUAD 400 Business, Government, & Society1 ____ ENTP 450 Entrepreneurship and Strategy3 ____ Cross-Discipline Core ____ Open Elective (must be upper division if Engineering Core)2 ____ HUM 399 Special Topics in Humanities ____ Social Science Elective2 ____ Approved Business Elective2 ____ Approved Business Elective2 ____ INOV 401 Innovation Team (2 cr) ____ INOV 402 Innovation Team (2 cr) Notes: 1. BUAD 400 requires 75 credit hours completed to enroll. 2. Approved Business, Social Science, and Open Electives are listed on the back page. 3. Senior standing (90 hours completed) is required for ENTP 450. Cross Discipline Cores Engineering Technology (15 Credits): Credits Course title 9 Take 1 course from each CS 110 Problem Solving through Game Creation Engineering Department (CS, CS 107 Intro to Visual Basic ECE, MAE) from the list on CS 115 Principles of Computer Science the right. ECE 1001 Intro to Robotics ECE 1411 Intro to Logic Circuits I (2 credits) ECE 2411 Intro to Logic Circuits II (2 credits) MAE 1502 Principles of Engineering MAE 1503 Intro to Engineering Design (2 credits) MAE 3342 Engineering Economy 6 Choose 2 other engineering courses for which you meet the prerequisites. You may choose courses from the list above or other College of Engineering and Applied Sciences courses. Creative Communication (15 Credits): Credits Course title 3 COMM 344 Leadership Communication 3 Choose 1 three-credit MUS course. 3 Choose 1 three-credit course from VA 101 Beginning Studio 2D the list on the right. VA 102 Beginning Studio 3D VA 104 Beginning Drawing VA 206 Two-Dimensional Topics VA 207 Three-Dimensional Topics VA 210 Digital Imaging VA 211 Introduction to Photography VA 215 Digital Photography 6 Choose 6 credits from the list on MGMT 390 Improving Personal and Team Creativity right. COMM 102 Interpersonal Communication COMM 328 Intercultural Communication COMM 422 Creative Communication ENGL 205 Introduction to Creative Writing – Fiction ENGL 312 Technical Editing and Style PSY 100 General Psychology PSY 315 Psychology of Motivation Globalization (15 Credits): Credits Course title 6 Foreign Language This requirement is fulfilled by taking and passing the 211 and 212 courses for any spoken foreign language (archaic languages do not meet the requirement). Students may need to take additional foreign language courses for placement into the 211 and 212 courses and may need to exceed the 120 credit hours required to graduate. This requirement may be satisfied by passing a proficiency test. If a student successfully passes the proficiency test then the 6 credits must be substituted from the list below. 9 Choose 9 credits from the list on COMM 328 Intercultural Communication MKTG 490 International Marketing right. ECON 328 International Political Economy PSC 101 Introduction to Global Politics ECON 431 International Economics PSC 322 Eastern Political System FCS 318 German &Austrian Civilization & PSC 413 Latin-American Political System Culture PSC 421 International Politics FCS 322 Japanese Culture and Civilization PSC 425 International Law FCS 339 Internships in Foreign Cultures PHIL 309 Philosophies of Asia FNCE 440 International Financial MGMT PHIL 416 Business and Management INTB 360 International Business Ethics INTB 461 Regional Business Environment SOC 222 Communities in a Global Europe Environment INTB 480 International Management SOC 438 Globalization and Development INTB 496 Internship in International Business 2009-10 College of Business Approved Elective List SOCIAL SCIENCE – (must be Upper Divison) Business Electives Anthropology Any course with ANTH prefix except 300 Any 300/400 level business course Communication Any course with COMM prefix except 451 Open Electives Economics Any course with ECON prefix Free/unrestricted electives numbered 100- Geography 400 with the following exceptions: CS 100, Any course with GES prefix except 305, 320, 321, 325, 400, 405, 406, CS 103, CS 104. 417, 422, 426, 428, 429, 431, 432, 434, 441, 445, 446, 448, 450, 451 Only 2 credits of PE and Applied Music can Gerontology Any course with GRNT prefix apply to the BI degree. Political Science Any course with P SC prefix Psychology Any course with PSY prefix except 310 Sociology Any course with SOC prefix 317 Women’s and Ethnic Studies Any course with WEST prefix NATURAL SCIENCE Biology BIOL 100 Biology in the Modern World BIOL 101 Intro to Human Biology BIOL 105 Personal Nutrition BIOL 151 Environmental Science BIOL 322 Animal Physiology BIOL 370 General Ecology Chemistry CHEM 100 Chemistry in the Modern World CHEM 103 General Chemistry I CHEM 151 Environmental Science Energy Science ENSC 150 Intro to Energy Science I ENSC 160 Intro to Solar Energy ENSC 250 Sustainable Energy Fundamentals Geography GES 325 Geography of Climate Change Geology GEOL 317 Geology of National Parks Physics PES 100 Physics in Everyday Life PES 104 Physics in Science Fiction PES 105 General Astronomy I PES 106 General Astronomy II PES 111 General Physics I PES 131 Science and Women PES 150 Intro to Energy Science PES 160 Intro Solar Energy