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Course Requirements: Bachelor of Science (B.S. Degree) in Business with a Human Resource Management Emphasis

Course Requirements

General Education Requirements(49 credits)
Biblical Worldview: Regent Cornerstone and Capstone (6 credits)
GENE 100 The Making of the Christian Mind (3 credits)
GENE 402 The Making of a Christian Leader (3 credits)
Biblical Worldview: Christian Foundations (9 credits)
BIBL 103 Old Testament Studies (3 credits)
BIBL 104 New Testament Studies (3 credits)
BIBL 111 Introduction to Christian History and thought (3 credits)
Written and Oral Communication (6 credits)
COMM 110 Public Speaking (3 credits)
ENGL 101 English Composition (3 credits)
Critical Thinking and Analysis (6 credits)
ENGL 102 Research and Academic Writing (3 credits)
PHIL 101 Introduction to Philosophy (3 credits)
Quantitative and Scientific Literacy (7-8 Credits)
Mathematics (3-4 credits)
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Math 101 Mathematics for Liberal Arts (3 credits)
Math 102 College Algebra (3 credits)
Math 201 Statistics (3 credits)
Math 211 Calculus (4 credits)
Math 220 Discrete Mathematics (3 credits)
Natural Sciences (4 credits)
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BIOL 101 Introduction to Biology with Lab (4 credits)
BIOL 102 Human Biology with Lab (4 credits)
EASC 101 Introduction to Earth Science with Lab (4 credits)
Cultural Perspective (15-16 credits)
Global Studies (3 credits)
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GEOG 101 World Geography (3 credits)
HIST 101 Western Civilization I (3 credits)
HIST 102 Western Civilization II (3 credits)
HIST 211 World History I (3 credits)
HIST 212 World History II (3 credits)
SPAN 101 Introductory Spanish I (4 credits)
SPAN 102 Introductory Spanish II (4 credits)
SPAN 210 Intermediate Spanish I (3 credits)
SPAN 211 Intermediate Spanish I (3 credits)
Literature (3 credits)
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ENGL 205 Literature of the Western World (3 credits)
ENGL 377 Shakespeare (3 credits)
Economics (3 credits)
ECON 101 Introduction to Economics (3 credits)
ECON 120 Microeconomics (3 credits)
Arts (3 credits)
GENE 200 Art and Culture (3 credits)
U.S. History (3 credits)
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HIST 201 U.S. History I (to 1877) (3 credits)
HIST 202 U.S. History II (from 1877) (3 credits)
Total General Education Credits Required: (49 credits)

Please note: the information shown on these pages is for general reference only. Please refer to the academic catalog in effect at the time of your admission for specific requirements related to general education and other academic programs.

Business Core Requirements (33 credits)
BUSN 220 Accounting Principles (3)
BUSN 240 Marketing Principles (3)
BUSN 250 Business Communication (3)
BUSN 320 Financial Management (3)
BUSN 340 Business Statistics (3)
BUSN 370 Business Law (3)
BUSN 420 Business Driven Technology (3)
BUSN 460 International Business (3)
BUSN 470 Strategic Management (3)
BUSN 491 Business Capstone (3)
ECON 230 Macroeconomics (3)
Human Resource Management Emphasis (12 credits)
MGMT 310 Human Resource Strategy (3)
Plus 3 courses (9 credits) selected from the following:
HRMT 220 Compensation (3)
HRMT 250 Training and Development (3)
HRMT 260 Employee Evaluation Systems (3)
HRMT 330 Personnel Law (3)
HRMT 340 Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining (3)
Business Electives (choose 2 additional courses) (6 credits)
ACCT Any 100-400 level ACCT course available (3-6)
HRMT Any 100-400 level HRMT course available (3-6)
HTRM Any 100-400 level HTRM course available (3-6)
MGMT Any 100-400 level MGMT course available (3-6)
MKTG Any 100-400 level MKTG course available (3-6)
BUSN 110 Introduction to Business (3)
BUSN 495 Internship (3)
LDST 201 Survey of Leadership (3)
LDST 340 Leadership: Creating a Shared Vision (3)
LDST 412 Global Leadership and Cross-Cultural Issues (3)
Electives (20 credits)
Elective credits can be taken in any discipline (100-400 college-level courses)
Total Degree Hours: 120
* The catalog states: Students may double-count a course applied to general education requirements (for example, between a general education requirement and a major), but they may not triple-count any course (for example, they may not apply the same credits to a general education requirement, a major, and a minor). If ECON 250 is taken in general education, it will satisfy ECON 250 in the major as well. You may need to take an additional elective course if the 120 minimum credits criteria is not met to satisfy the graduation requirement.
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