Suggested Course Sequencing for Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration Degree Program*

YEAR ONE

Fall
BA 10 Introduction to Business 3
CS 10 Introduction to Computer Science 3
MATH 10 College Mathematics 3
-- -- General Education Courses 6
Fall Total 15  Units
Spring
BA 42 Financial Accounting 4
ECON 20A Principles of Economics I 3
-- -- General Education Courses 6
Spring Total 13  Units
Summer
-- -- General Education Courses 6
Summer Total 6  Units
First Year Total 34  Units

YEAR TWO

Fall
BA 110 Management Principles 3
ECON 20B Principles of Economics II 3
-- -- General Education Courses 6
Fall Total 12  Units
Spring
BA 19 Business Ethics 3
BA 115 Statistics 3
BA 130 Introduction to International Business 3
-- -- General Education Courses 6
Spring Total 15  Units
Summer
-- -- General Education Courses 6
Summer Total 6  Units
Second Year Total 33  Units

YEAR THREE

Fall
BA 140 Fundamentals of Finance 3
BA 146 Application Software 3
BA 150 Marketing 3
-- -- General Education Courses 3
Fall Total 12  Units
Spring
BA 240 Managerial Accounting 4
BA -- Concentration Courses 6
-- -- Elective Course 3
Spring Total 13  Units
Summer
BA -- Concentration Courses 6
Summer Total 6  Units
Third Year Total 31  Units

YEAR FOUR

Fall
BA 215 Production Management 3
BA -- Concentration Courses 9
Fall Total 12  Units
Spring
BA 290 Business Policies 3
-- -- Elective Courses 12
Spring Total 15  Units
Fourth Year Total 27  Units
Total Required for the Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration Degree. 125  Units
* Variations of the sequence are permitted and common.

The BA in Business Administration and Master of Business Administration (MBA) combination is designed to apply a course of study leading to a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration to also complete an MBA degree, allowing a shorter time frame for getting the MBA one. Students participated in the combination may be able to complete both degrees in five and a half years, instead of six or six and a half years common for the sequential programs study. Students completed all core undergraduate business requirements, but BA 290, may choose to take some graduate courses (subject of proper prerequisites and approval by the course instructor and Provost) as electives. These courses, in future, may be applied to the MBA degree. Students pay the undergraduate rate per unit for undergraduate courses and the graduate rate for the graduate courses.