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Information for Current Students


Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs

School of Business






Current School of Business students should work closely with their academic advisor to ensure that they are making regular progress in their program and taking courses that will support their career goals.  This page provides links to information most relevant for current students, including access to curricular requirements and course sequence planning sheets, a listing of fall only and spring only courses, and teh department's schedule for evening course offerings. 



The Curriculum Requirements Sheet for each degree lists the General Education and Major requirements.  Students should keep their Curriculum Requirements Sheet up-to-date, listing the courses already completed (noting the semester and final grade) and the courses currently in progress.  Bring it with you when meeting with your Academic Advisor about course planning.  Advisors can only advise.  It is each student's responsibility to meet his/her degree requirements.

Business Administration - General

0561 - Business Administration - General 

Associate of Science(AS)

0502 - Business Administration

Bachelor of Science(BS)

0491 - Business Administration - Accounting
0490 - Business Administration - Comprehensive Business Administration
0496 - Business Administration - Financial Services
0498 - Business Administration - Accounting/Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination
0455 - Business Administration - Management Information Systems
0492 - Business Administration - Marketing
0575 - Economics

If you are currently in the Business Admin-General (Pre) program and have completed the proper courses to declare your concentration, please click on the link below, fill it out and make an appointment to meet with the Department Chair to discuss your plan of study.

Declaration of Concentration Form


Adobe Acrobat Reader® is required to access the Curriculum Requirements Sheets and Recommended Sequence of Courses.  The computers in the Business Computer Lab (Hendricks 245) have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed.  If the computer you are using does not have it installed, you can download it free from Adobe.




Most upper-level (310 and above) department courses are offered only once a year -- in either the fall semester or the spring semester.  To facilitate students' planning, the following is the list of courses, required in at least one degree program, that are offered only one semester per year. This information is also available through this link.

ACCT 310 Intermediate Accounting I
ACCT 330 Fed. Individual Income Taxation
ACCT 340 Auditing I
BUAD 360 Legal & Regulatory Environment of Business
BUAD 640 Economics of Markets & Enterprise Finance
BUAD 675 E-Commerce
ECON 300 Intermediate Econ Theory: Macro
FIN 360 Personal Financial Planning
MKTG 320 Advertising & Promotion
MKTG 360 Channels of Distribution
MKTG 390 Professional Selling
ACCT 320 Intermediate Accounting II
ACCT 325 Cost Accounting
ACCT 335 Tax Accounting - Adv. Topics
ACCT 350 Advanced Accounting
ACCT 640 Prof. Auditing Practices
BUAD 365 Business Law
BUAD 645 Enterprise Management & Marketing
ECON 305 Money & Banking
ECON 320 Intermediate Econ Theory: Micro
FIN 350 Financial Investment Analysis
FIN 371/372/373 Seminars in Retirement, Risk Management and Estate Planning
MKTG 400 Marketing Analysis & Planning 




The School of Business supports an evening course plan wherein all business and economics courses required for the associate and bachelor degrees in business and economics are offered in the evening on a rotating basis.  

Go to the Evening Course Plan

For further information, please contact your academic advisor.  Click here for a list of Department faculty including their office locations, phone numbers and e-mail addresses.

If you do not know the name of your advisor, please ask Ms. Gretchen Kuhl, the Department Secretary, at 814-732-2407 or at