Mar 28, 2023  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Business Administration - Business Information Systems Concentration, BS


Business Administration Major


General Education And Institutional Requirements (46-47 Semester Hours)


One course in each of two disciplines in arts and humanities (6 Semester Hours)


Two science courses, at least one of which shall be a laboratory course (7-8 Semester Hours)


  • ____ ___ Science Elective I 3/4 Credits
  • ____ ___ Science Elective II 3/4 Credits
Discipline/Courses:

Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Physical Science Courses

One course in mathematics at or above the level of college algebra (3 Semester Hours)


Two courses in English composition (6 Semester Hours)


One course in each of two disciplines in social and behavioral sciences (6 Semester Hours)


Free General Education Electives (9 Semester Hours)


Note:

*Students who satisfied Principles of Macro/Microeconomics are encouraged to take COMM 103, ENGL 211, 212, 213 or MATH 141, 215)

One course in technology (3 Semester Hours)


Institutional Requirements (6 Semester Hours)


Note:

Students are encouraged to take SUMMER courses and attend MINI-SEMESTER in order to have a manageable semester load.

In keeping with COMAR, the College of Business reserves the right to specify suitable general education courses for all majors.

Note:


****Accounting students must take BUAD 351 (Business Law II), instead of BUIS 360.

 

Department And Area Specific Requirements


Business Information Systems Concentration


Sample Program


Freshman Year


Sophomore Year


Junior Year


Senior Year


First Semester


Total: 15

Total: 15

Note:


Students must complete 3 credits hours of College of Business elective, recommended course is : BUIS 458 or BUIS 400. You may take 300-400 level courses from the following subject areas; ACCT, BUAD, BUIS, ECON, FINA, MGMT OR MKTG. A min. of 6 hours of calculus and computer language.

A maximum of 6 semester hours of calculus and computer languages courses may be used as College of Business Electives.