MaconCatalog : The Stetson-Hatcher School of Business : Curriculum
 
Curriculum
Students seeking the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree must successfully complete the general education requirements, a business communications course, two or three mathematics courses, at least two courses related to information technology, nine business core curriculum courses, courses in curricular exploration and experiential development, and a primary depth area in a business area. The primary depth area will be in the form of a designated major or a personalized program of study.
General Education Requirements*
Communication (7 hours)
Written Communication: GBK 101 or INT 101
Oral Communication: COM 210 or TCO 341
 
Religion (3 hours)
REL 130; REL 150; REL 170; ENG 225; GBK 203; PHI 240
 
Humanities/Fine Arts (6 hours)
Choose one course from each group.
Fine Arts: ART 106; ART 107; ART 108; ART 115; ART 116; ENG 226; ENG 233; ENG 234; ENG 235; ENG 237; JMS 220; JMS 225; JMS 230; MUS 151; PHI 260; PHI 265; PHI 269; THR 115; THR 218; WLT 101; (3 credit hours may also be selected from the 1-hour music ensembles to meet this requirement: MUS 182; MUS 183; MUS 191; MUS 192; MUS 197)
 
Humanities: REL 210; REL 270; CLA 101; CLA 102; ENG 224; ENG 263; ENG 264; GBK 202;; HIS 105; HIS 176; PHI 176; PHI 190; PHI 195; PHI 230; POL 176; SST 180;
Behavioral/Social Sciences (9 hours)
ECN 150
Choose any two:
AFR 190; AFR 210; ANT 101; COM 230; COM 250; GBK 407; GEO 111; GHS 200; JMS 101; JMS 240; PHI 237; POL 101; POL/IAF 253; PSY 101; SOC 101; SOC 210; WGS 180
 
Quantitative Reasoning (3 hours)
STA 126
 
Scientific Reasoning (including a lab) (4 hours)
BIO 102; BIO 110; BIO 202; BIOL 101; BIOL 105; CHM 110; CHM 111; CHM 112; ENB 150; PHY 102; PHY 108; PHY 109; PHY 115; PHY 141; PHY 142; PHY 161; PHY 162
 
Additional Curricular Requirements for Business Preparation (Independent of General Education Requirements)
Note that courses may not be double-counted here and in General Education.
 
Ethical Understanding and Reasoning (3 hours)
PHI 195; REL 230, 335; ECN 450**
 
Multicultural and Diversity Understanding (3 hours)
REL 356, 357; AFR 190, 210 230 295, 310, 359, 360; JMS 310; COM 230; JMS/WGS 310, 314; SOC 295, 312, 313, or 325; MGT 429**
 
Dynamics of the Global Economy (3 hours)
POL/IAF 253; POL 312, 313, 314; SOC 321; GEO 111; GHS 300; HIS 210; or MKT/MGT 472**, ECN 441**, FIN 451**
 
*Students may also fulfill the general education requirements by completing the Great Books program, plus the required quantitative and scientific reasoning courses, plus quantitative reasoning and scientific reasoning.
**BBA students may not count these SHSB courses to fulfill these requirements if they are applied to a major or minor.