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Typical Course Sequence Plan


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Typical Course Sequence Plan for Full-Time Students

First Semester

Sem
Hrs.

Prerequisites

GEB3213 Business Writing

3

ENC 1101 or equivalent and Junior status or permission of the chair

MAN3240 Organizational Behavior

3

Junior status or permission of the chair

MAN3353 Management Theory and Practice

3

Junior status or permission of the chair

XXXXXXX General Education Core

3

 

XXXXXXX General Education Core

3

 

Semester Credit Hours

15

 

Second Semester

BUL3130 Legal, Ethical, and Social Aspects of Business

3

Junior status or permission of the chair

ACG3024 Accounting for Non-Financial Majors

3

MAC 1105 or equivalent; Junior status or permission of the chair

XXXXXXX General Education Core

3

 

XXXXXXX General Education Core

3

 

Semester Credit Hours

12

 
       

Third Semester

MAN4162 Customer Relations for Managers

3

Junior status or permission of the chair

MAN4301 Human Resource Management

3

Junior status or permission of the chair

ISM4011 Introduction to Management Information

4

ISM2000, CGS2100 or equivalent; Senior status or permission of the chair

XXXXXXX General Education Core

3

 

Semester Credit Hours

13

 

 

 

 

Fourth Semester

MAN4120 Leadership Challenges and Supervision

3

Senior status or permission of the chair

GEB4891 Strategic Management & Decision Making

4

Senior status or permission of the chair

MAN4504 Operational Decision Making

3

Senior status or permission of the chair

XXXXXXX General Education Core

3

 

 

Semester Credit Hours

13

 

Fifth Semester

 GEB4930 Selected Topics in Management

 3

Senior status or permission of the chair

MAN4900 Capstone Project in Supervision and Management

4

Senior status or permission of the chair

Semester Credit Hours

7

 
     

Total Credit Hours

60

 

XXX-XXXX General Education Core – The state mandated 36 hours of general education [Communications-9 sch; Math-6 sch; Science-6 sch; Humanities-3 sch; Behavioral and Human (Social) Science-3 sch; Health & Wellness-3 sch; Political, Economic & Business-3 sch; Historical and Global-3 sch]. Typically, students from A.S. and A.A.S. degree programs transfer 15-18 credits of General Education Core. A.A. graduates will also require 18 hours of lower division credit in an occupational/technical area, e.g., accounting technology, computer science, business, etc., in lieu of the additional general education required of the A.S./A.A.S. student.

Last Updated: 7/1/14