Nov 13, 2019  
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

B.B.A. Majors Suggested Course Sequence


Freshman Year


First Semester


Semester Total: 16 Credit Hours


Second Semester


Semester Total: 16 Credit Hours


Sophomore Year


First Semester


Semester Total: 15 Credit Hours


Second Semester


Semester Total: 16 Credit Hours


Junior Year**


First Semester


  • Business Core, Major, and Non-Business Elective courses (15 credits)

Semester Total: 15 Credit Hours


Second Semester


  • Business Core, Major, and Non-Business Elective courses (15 credits) 

Semester Total: 15 Credit Hours


Senior Year**


First Semester


  • Business Core, Major, and Non-Business Elective courses (15 credits) 

Semester Total: 15 Credit Hours


Second Semester


Semester Total: 12 Credit Hours


Total: 120 Credit Hours


*Students will enroll in the appropriate general education math course during their first calendar year of enrollment at ETSU. Students required to complete learning support in mathematics must enroll in a learning support-designated section (L01-L99) of MATH 1530 during their first 15 hours at ETSU (not including summer) unless they are also required to complete learning support in reading or writing. Students needing learning support in reading or writing in addition to learning support in math should enroll in MATH 1530-Lxx immediately upon completing their other learning support requirements. Additional information may be found on the University Advisement Center website www.etsu.edu/uac/learningsupport/

** Please see the appropriate College of Business and Technology academic department for upper division course scheduling or contact the Office of Undergraduate Studies in Sam Wilson Hall.

Note:


Students who anticipate working part time or full time should reduce their class loads accordingly. Actual class loads per semester may vary as long as a minimum total of 120 credit hours is completed for graduation. While the above is not a required sequence, it is strongly recommended in order to avoid scheduling problems due to course prerequisites.