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[Culverhouse College of Commerce and Business Administration]

CURRICULUM VII — FOR COLLEGE GRADUATES

The business curriculum for college graduates is available to those who hold baccalaureate degrees from regionally accredited institutions in any recognized field of study other than business. Curriculum VII leads to the bachelor of science in commerce and business administration degree, following completion of the undergraduate work outlined below. Curriculum VII is for the college graduate who wants a professional degree in commerce and business administration on the undergraduate level. A C&BA graduate student who has maintained a "C" average may transfer into this curriculum at any time before his or her final semester. At least 32 semester hours of study in residence in the College of Commerce and Business Administration are required.

The prerequisites for Curriculum VII are EC 110 and EC 111, MATH 121, ST 260, and CS 102 (or their equivalents). These courses and AC 210 and LGS 200 must be completed before a student can enroll in 300- or 400-level C&BA courses. Failure to complete all prerequisites prior to enrolling in any 300- or 400-level C&BA course may result in administrative disenrollment from that course. The course requirements of Curriculum VII follow. Adviser: Canterbury

Prerequisites*
CS 1023
EC 1103
EC 1113
MATH 1213
ST 2603
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15
 
Business Administration Functional Field Courses
 
AC 210 Accounting4
FI 302 Business Finance3
GBA 490 Strategic Management (or departmental strategy course) 3
LGS 200 Legal Environment of Business3
MGT 300 Organizational Theory and Behavior3
MGT 395 Managerial Communication Strategy3
MKT 300 Marketing 3
OM 300 Introduction to Production Management3
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25
 
Major Program Requirements 27-30
Courses selected from major programs listed under Curriculum I, Curriculum II, and Curriculum IV___
Total for B.S. degree: 70 hours


*Curriculum VII students majoring in accounting may be required to complete COM 123. Consult the Culverhouse School of Accountancy for details.

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