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Business Administration Division

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Program Requirements

The business administration program requires 53-54 units, plus 7 units in GE courses.

The following courses are required for completion of the business administration major. Upon successful completion of the standard lower division course requirements, pre-business administration majors may apply for full admission to the major.

Course IDCourse NameUnitsTerm
Lower Division Courses (27 units)
AC 224 Financial Accounting 4 F,SP
AC 225 Managerial Accounting 3 F,SP
BA 210 Introduction to Microeconomics (GE) 3 F,SP
BA 212 Business Computing Applications 2 F,SP
BA 216 Statistical Analysis for Business Decisions 4 F,SP
ECON 211 Introduction to Macroeconomics (GE) 3 F,SP
MATH 140 Calculus for Business and Economics (GE) 4 F,SP
MATH 141 Probability, Linear Systems, and Multivariable Optimization (GE) 4 F,SP
Upper Division Courses (33-34 units)
BA 321 Financial Management 4 F,SP
BA 352
BA 366

Management Theory and Practice (WI)

Organizational Behavior (WI)




BA 355 Principles of Marketing 3 F,SP
BA 358 Legal and Regulatory Environment of Business 3 F,SP
BA 445 Managerial Economics 3 F,SP
BA 451 Operations Management 3 F,SP
BA 452 Quantitative Analysis 3 F,SP
BA 497 Business Policy, Strategy, and Ethics (RM) 4 F,SP
BA 598 Service Leadership Project (PS) 4 F,SP
- One Upper Division Business Elective 3-4 -

The above program requirements are excerpted from the Seaver College catalog. This Web page is not an official binding document. To view the actual catalog visit:

Recommended Course Sequences - Business Administration Majors

Learning Outcomes

Students who complete the business administration major will be able to:

• Demonstrate a thorough understanding of the fundamental concepts of accounting, business law, economics, finance, management science, management and organizational behavior, and marketing.

• Evaluate business problems from the perspective of multiple business disciplines and then formulate, communicate, and defend recommendations to decision-makers based on those evaluations.

• Produce clearly written, concise business analyses and deliver clear, well-organized, persuasive oral presentations.

• Recognize the importance of diversity and integrate their unique cultural backgrounds with those of other students and with faculty members to develop effective interpersonal and group interactions.

• Analyze business situations in keeping with professional standards and moral values and recommend appropriate courses of action.

• Engage in professional service.


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