Business Administration: Finance

Bachelor of Science
Division of Business and Computer Science
Semester: 
1
first year
Fall,
1
CORE
108
Connections
+
3
BUAD
138
Dynamics of Business
*
3
CPTR
220
Microcomputer Applications
º
*
3
ENGL
111
College Writing I
+
3
MATH
111
College Algebra
º
*
3
RELT
141
Christian Beliefs
+
Semester: 
2
first year
Spring,
2
COMM
105
Public Speaking
+
3
BIOL
102
Environment and Life Science
º
+
3
ENGL
112
College Writing II
+
3
HIST
157
West & The World
+
2
HHPA
155
Concepts of Wellness
+
3
RELB
255
Jesus & The Gospels
º
+
Semester: 
3
second year
Fall,
3
ACCT
211
Principles of Accounting I
*
3
ECON
235
Principles of Microeconomics
*
3
MATH
221
Elementary Statistics & Probability
*
+
3
RELT
305
Christian Ethics
º
+
1
HHPA
Physical Activity Elective
º
+
3
Elective
º
+
Semester: 
4
second year
Spring,
3
ACCT
212
Principles of Accounting II
*
3
ECON
236
Principles of Macroeconomics
*
3
MATH
165
Calculus for Managers
*
3
LITR
Literature Elective
º
+
3
REL
Religion Elective
º
+
1
HHPA
Physical Activity Elective
º
+
Semester: 
5
third year
Fall,
4
ACCT
313
Intermediate Accounting
*
3
BUAD
430
Conflict Management
º
*
3
FNCE
325
Business Finance
º
+
3
FNCE
330
Finance Institutions & Markets
*
3
MRKT
327
Marketing
*
Semester: 
6
third year
Spring,
4
ACCT
314
Intermediate Accounting
*
3
BUAD
376
Human Resources Management
*
3
FNCE
370
International Finance
*
4
PHYS
111
Principles of Physics
º
+
3
FNCE
332
Investments
*
Semester: 
7
fourth year
Fall,
3
ACCT
315
Federal Income Tax-Individual
º
*
3
BUAD
425
Business Communications
*
4
BUAD
445
Business Law
*
2
ART
Art Elective
º
+
4
Elective
º
Semester: 
8
fourth year
Spring,
1
BUAD
405
Business Ethics
*
3
BUAD
428
Business Policies
*
3
SOCI
105
Introduction to Sociology
º
+
3
PHIL
335
Introduction to Philosophy
º
+
1
FNCE
475
Internship in Finance
*
4
Elective
º

Key

^
Alternate year course.
º
Other courses may also meet this requirement. See the Union College Bulletin.
*
This class is specific to this major.
+
This satisfies a general education requirement.

Notes

128 hours are required for graduation. 40 hours must be upper division (300 level or above).

This sample guide is intended only to show you how a program might be arranged. Course schedules may change and it is possible that your courses will not be taken exactly in the order shown. Your academic advisor will help you design a program around your educational needs and goals.

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