BS in Business Administration: Management Option Curriculum

Lower-Division Core Prerequisites

Grade of C or Better Required

Chico State Courses
MATH 107 Finite Mathematics for Business
ECON 102 Principles of Macro Analysis
MATH 108 Statistics of Business & Econ OR MATH 105 Statistics
ACCT 201 Introduction to Financial Accounting
ECON 103 Principles of Micro Analysis
ACCT 202 Introduction to Managerial Accounting

Upper-Division Courses: At University Center in Redding

Upper-Division Core
(27 Units)
Management Option
(8 Classes)
BCOM 300W Communication in BusinessMGMT 440 Global Corporate Social Responsibility
MINS 301 Corporate Technology IntegrationMGMT 442 Managing Individual Differences
MGMT 303 Survey of ManagementMGMT 447 Leadership and Motivation
MGMT 304 Human Resource ManagementMGMT 443 Organizational Design and Change
MGMT 308 Decision Analysis for BusinessMGMT 448 Managing Teams and Conflict in Organizations
MKTG 305 Survey of MarketingMGMT 470 Business Dynamics
OSCM 306 Operations ManagementElectives Offered in Redding:
FINA 307 Survey of FinanceElective 1: MGMT 444 Managing Project Teams
BADM 495 Seminar in Applied Strategic Decision Making (Capstone Course)Elective 2: MGMT 450 Introduction to Entrepreneurship

Project Management Minor

In addition to the Management Option coursework, students who take MGMT 471: Managing Multiple/Complex Projects can obtain a minor in Project Management.

Upper-Division General Education "Pathways" Courses: Online

"Pathways" courses are designed to be completed in one area (column). Off-campus students have an opportunity to take courses from several Pathways. Watch this 3-minute video for more information - Additional Pathway Information for Off-campus Students
(Sections 72 and 80 are reserved for off-campus students.)

Learn which upper-division Pathways are offered completely online.  Online Pathway PDF

Additional Information

To determine a sensible schedule for you, contact the Chico College of Business Undergraduate Advising Office at 530-898-4480.

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