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B.A. in Business Studies

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  • Course description

    Perhaps you already know the career path you hope to follow, and only need the credentials to make it happen. Maybe you have a stellar business idea that's waiting for you to execute it. Or, you are planning to run the family business once you earn your degree. How can you get the training that's right for you?

    If you have already outlined specific plans for your business career, consider Lewis University's Business Studies program. This interdisciplinary program allows you to design your own individual course of study -- the one most effective for your interests and goals.

    In designing your academic program, you can choose eight courses from major areas such as communications, finance, economics, management, marketing and mathematics.

    This customized major enables you to develop a specialized skill set, customize your background for your goals and enhance your career opportunities.


    BUSINESS STUDIES/BACHELOR OF ARTS

    Total Credit Hours: 128
    Major Credit Hours: 64


    I. Core Courses (40)
    04-200 Basic Macroeconomics (3)
    04-201 Basic Microeconomics (3)
    23-120 Principles of Accountancy I (3)
    23-121 Principles of Accountancy II (3)
    24-349 Business Statistics (3)
    24-350 Decision Science (3)
    25-200 Principles of Marketing (3)
    61-200 Principles of Management (3)
    61-250 Business Law I (3)
    61-300 Business Communication in the Digital Age (3)
    61-390 Management Seminar (1)
    62-200 Principles of Finance (3)
    63-200 Introduction to Information Systems (3)
    Select one of the following:
    24-230 Finite Mathematics (3)
    24-240 Business Calculus (3)

    II. Major Area Courses (24)
    In consultation with the Business Studies advisor, the student should select eight courses from the upper-division major area courses offered by the College of Business.

    III. The advanced writing requirement of the General Education curriculum is satisfied by Business Studies majors by successful completion of Business Communication in the Digital Age (61-300).

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