BAIR - USC Marshall Current Students

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Marshall Undergraduate Business Administration Program
with emphasis in International Relations
BS in BAIR sample four-year course plan
Freshman
Semester 1
Semester 2
Sophomore
Semester 3
Semester 4
BUAD 285b/286b
MATH 118
BUAD 310
Fund. Principles
of Calculus (4)
Applied Business
Statistics (4)
BUAD 285a/286a
Accounting I (4)
BUAD 307
WRIT 150
ECON 351x
ECON 352x
Writing & Critical
Reasoning (4)
Microeconomics
for Business (4)
Macroeconomics
for Business (4)
Organizational
Behavior and
Leadership
(4)
GE 5
GE (4)
Arts & Letters
(4)
Marketing
Fundamentals
(4)
BUAD 302
GE (4)
Senior
Semester 5
Semester 6
Semester 7
BUAD 311
BUAD 497
Operations
Management
(4)
Strategic
Management
(4)
Data Analysis for
Decision Making (2)
BUAD 306
Marshall
Elective
Business Finance
(4)
Communication
Strategy in
Business (4)
BUAD 304
GE (4)
Accounting II (2)
Junior
(4)
Optional
Optional
Optional
Free Elective
(BUAD 105) (2)
Free Elective
(GLP/LINC) (2)
Free Elective
(BUAD 252) (2)
Free Elective/
Minor (0-4)
Marshall
Elective
Marshall
Elective
(4)
(4)
Diversity
(4)
(4)
WRIT 340
IR Elective
Advanced Writing
for Business (4)
IR Economy
Course (4)
Int’l Relations:
Introductory Analysis
BUAD 425
GE (4)
GE (4)
IR 210
Semester 8
(4)
IR Elective
(4)
IR Regional
Course (4)
IR Regional
Course (4)
Free Elective/
Minor (0-4)
Free Elective /
Minor (4)
Total units = 128-134
Updated DMM 7/29/14
Bachelor of Science
Business Administration
Understanding
Business and its
Internal and
External Contexts
Macroeconomics*
Microeconomics*
GEs & Diversity
LINC/GLP
Understanding
Business Functions
and Processes
Communication,
Reasoning and
Decision Making
Skills
Statistics*
WRIT 150
GEs
Organizational
Behavior
GEs & Diversity
Minor
GEs & Diversity
IEP
Minor
Managerial
& Financial
Accounting*
Finance
Operations
Marketing
Business
Communication
GEs
Business Strategy
Writing 340
GEs
Minor
Business
Electives
IEP
Data Analysis for
Decision Making
* Designates foundational course
MARSHALL LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Our graduates will:
• Have an understanding of the key business areas and their interplay to effectively manage different types of modern enterprise.
• Have a global mindset demonstrating an understanding of the interplay of local, regional, and international markets, and economic, social and
cultural issues.
• Demonstrate critical thinking skills, decision-making, and problem-solving abilities to strategically navigate complex demands of business
environments.
• Demonstrate leadership skills aspiring to be informed, sensible, future-oriented leaders and innovators.
• Demonstrate ethical reasoning skills, understand social, civic, and professional responsibilities and aspire to add value to society.
• Effectively communicate in speaking and writing to facilitate information flow in organizational, social, and intercultural contexts.

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