You’ve decided on a business major. Nice work. Now, your first step is to declare your major and apply for a business scholarship. Visit MyWashburn to find the Declare Major form at the Student tab. Check your progress and be prepared by downloading your degree plan or advising worksheet.
Next you need to apply for formal admission to the School of Business. This can only happen when you have completed 54 hours and the following seven courses with a C or better:
MA141 Applied Calculus I
AC224 Financial Accounting
AC225 Managerial Accounting
BU250 Management Information Systems
EC200 Principles of Microeconomics
EC201 Principles of Macroeconomics
EC211 Statistics for Business and Economics
If you have 54 credit hours but have not yet completed these seven courses with a C or better then this needs to be your number one priority. Students are limited to no more than 30 hours of AC, BU, or EC courses until admission is granted.
It is important that all BBA students be advised by a member of the School of Business faculty or by an academic advisor located in the School of Business office, Henderson 114. However, the student has the ultimate responsibility for his or her own actions and choices.
BU 315 Legal Environment of Business
BU 342 Organization and Management
BU 347 Production and Operations
BU 360 Principles of Marketing
BU 381 Business Finance
BU 449 Strategic Management
Global Dynamic Requirement (choose one):
EN 101 Freshman Composition
EN 300 Advanced Composition
WU 101/HN 101 Washburn Experience
MA 116 College Algebra
General Education in the areas of:
Humanities (15 hours): 12 hours + CN 150 correlate, must include three hours of Art, Music or Theater.
Math and Natural Sciences (12 hours): 6 hours + MA 140 and MA 141, must include two separate disciplines other than math.
Social Science (15 hours): 9 hours + 6 hours of AN 112/PY 100/SO 100 correlate.
Major-Specific Courses: Students must complete an additional 24 hours of upper-division Accounting, Business, and/or Economic courses. A student may select courses from a number of subject areas within the School of Business and receive a BBA with a major in General Business. Alternatively, a student may complete one (or more) of the following major areas of concentration within the 24 semester hours.