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Management (Entrepreneurial) 


Freshman

Fall Semester
  • UNIV 110B The First-Year Experience... 3 credits
  • ENGL 101 Composition  (Core)1... 4 credits
  • Humanistic Thought (Core)1... 3 credits
  • CSCI 110 Enterprise Business Applications... 3 credits
  • Artistic Expression (Core)1... 3 credits
  • Professional Development Activities2... 0 credits
TOTAL: 16 credits
Spring Semester
  • MATH 138 Mathematics Apps in Business (Core)1... 3 credits
  • ENGL 102 Composition and Critical Reading (Core)1... 4 credits
  • CBAD 120 Intro to Global Business (Core)1... 3 credits
  • Humanistic Thought  (Core)1... 3 credits
  • Human and Social Behavior (Core)1... 3 credits
TOTAL:  16 credits

Sophomore

Fall Semester
  • CBAD 201 Financial Accounting... 3 credits
  • ECON 201 Macroeconomics (Core)1... 3 credits
  • CBAD 291 Business Statistics... 3 credits
  • Scientific Concepts (Core)1... 4 credits
  • General Elective3... 2 credits
TOTAL: 15 credits
Spring Semester
  • CBAD 202 Managerial Accounting... 3 credits
  • ECON 202 Microeconomics... 3 credits
  • CBAD 292 Decision Analysis... 3 credits
  • Communication Across Cultures (Core)1... 5 credits
TOTAL: 14 credits

Junior

Fall Semester
  • CBAD 301 Mgt. & Organizations... 3 credits
  • CBAD 350 Marketing... 3 credits                                                
  • CBAD 363 Business Finance... 3 credits
  • ENGL 290/CBAD 290 Business Comm. (Core)1... 3 credits
  • HIST 201/POLI 201 American Gov. (Core)1... 3 credits
TOTAL: 15 credits
Spring Semester
  • CBAD 364 Operations Management... 3 credits
  • CBAD 344 Legal Env. of Business... 3 credits
  • MGMT 308 Managing Human Capital... 3 credits
  • MGMT 324 Idea Generation in Innov. Process*... 3 credits
  • EM Breadth Selective4... 3 credits          
TOTAL: 15 credits

Senior

Fall Semester
  • CBAD 393 Management Information Systems... 3 credits  
  • CBAD 373 Business Integration/Application... 3 credits  
  • MGMT 309 Leading High-Performance Teams... 3 credits  
  • EM Implementation Selective5... 3 credits  
  • General Elective3... 3 credits  
TOTAL: 15 credits
Spring Semester
  • CBAD 478 Strategic Management... 3 credits
  • EM Action Selective6... 3 credits
  • General Elective (if needed)... 3 credits
  • PHIL 318 Business Ethics... 3 credits
  • General Elective3... 2 credits
TOTAL: 14 credits

Management (Entrepreneurial) 2018 (Printable)


(1) Please see below for University Core Curriculum Recommendations. You will see what classes will satisfy each requirement on page 2. A complete list of options is available on your program evaluation.

(2) As part of the graduation requirement, students are required to complete twelve (12) approved Professional Development Activities (PDAs), six of which must fall into the following categories: (1) Majors and Careers in Business, (2) Experiential Learning, (3) Leadership, (4) Building a Professional Profile, (5) Interviewing Skills, and (6) Transitioning to the Profession. A list of approved PDAs can be found at www.coastal.edu/business/pda.

(3) These are free electives that may be selected from any college of the university including the College of Business

  • Study abroad opportunities available at all levels. Please contact Yoav Wachsman (mailto:yoav@coastal.eduyoav@coastal.edu) at least one semester prior to anticipated travel.
    • Internships available sophomore-senior levels. Please contact Ellen Hayward (eeryan@coastal.edu) to discuss requirements and internship procedures.

FINAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR SATISFYING DEGREE REQUIREMENTS, AS OUTLINED IN THE UNIVERSITY CATALOG, RESTS WITH THE STUDENT.  


Wall College Recommended Core Curriculum (Fall 2018)

Requirements for Admission to the Wall College

45+ Credit Hours

Minimum GPA of 2.25

45 Hours of Coursework Completed AND Grade of “C” or better in:

ENGL 101
CBAD 120
CBAD 201
ECON 201 OR
ECON 202
MATH 138 OR
MATH 132 OR
MATH 160
CSCI 110

University Core

3-6 credit hours

Take both courses:

UNIV 110B (3) AND HIST 201 (3) OR POLI 201 (3)


Critical Thinking and Reasoning

3 credit hours

Choose One:

COMM 160 (3)
CSCI 101 (3)
CSCI 120 (3)
ECON 201 (3)
ENGL 103 (3)
HIST 255 (3)
HONR 105 (3)
PHIL 101 (3)
PHIL 102 (3)
PHIL 105 (3)
PHIL 110 (3)
WGST 105 (3)

Communication Across Cultures

5-6 credit hours

Choose a 115 course, a  110-120 sequence OR a 130 class.

ARAB 110 (3)
FREN 115 (5)
GERM 115 (5)
ITAL 115 (5)
SPAN 115 (5)
FREN 110 (3) and FREN 120 (3)
RUS 110 (3) and RUS 120 (3)

Quantitative Literacy

3-4 credit hours

Choose One:

MATH 132 (3)
MATH 138 (3)
MATH 160 (4)

Scientific Concepts

4 credit hours

Choose One:

ANTH 101/L (4)
ASTR 101/L (4)
BIOL 101/L (4)
BIOL 121/L (4)
BIOL 232/L (4)
CHEM 101/L (4)
CHEM 104/L (4)
CHEM 111/L (4)
GEOG 201/L (4)
MSCI 101/L (4)
MSCI 111/L (4)
PHYS 103/L (4)
PHYS 137/L (4)
SCIE 101/L (4)

Human and Social Behavior

6 credit hours

CBAD 120 (3)

*Already incorporated above

Choose One Below:

ANTH 102 (3)
ANTH 120 (3)
COMM 150 (3)
ECON 110 (3)
ECON 150 (3)
EDIT 106 (3)
EDLL 200 (3)
EDML 317 (3)
EDUC 270 (3)
EDUC 274 (3)
ENGL 250 (3)
EXSS 122 (3)
GEOG 120 (3)
GEOG 121 (3)
HONR 202 (3)
HRTM 150 (3)
IDS 191 (3)
NUR 201 (3)
POLI 101 (3)
PSYC 101 (3)
PUBH  121 (3)
RSM 120 (3)
SOC 101 (3)
SOC 102 (3)
UNIV 122 (3)
WGST 103 (3)

Humanistic Thought

6 credit hours

Students must take two courses. Each course must come from a different discipline:

DCD 231 (3)
ENGL 205 (3)
ENGL 231 (3)
ENGL 277 (3)
HIST 105 (3)
HIST 106 (3)
HIST 205 (3) 
HFA 250 (3)
HONR 201 (3)
HONR 305 (3)
HONR 306 (3) 
LIS 122 (3)
PHIL 101 (3)
PHIL 102 (3)
RELG 103 (3)
RELG 104 (3)
RSM 200 (3)
RSM 201 (3)
WGST 305 (3)
WGST 310 (3)

Artistic Expression

3 credit hours

Choose One:

ARTH 105 (3)
ARTH 106 (3)
ARTH 107 (3)
ARTH 110 (3)
ENGL 201 (3)
MUS 110 (3)
MUS 207 (3)
MUS 257 (3)
MUS 258 (3)
THEA 149 (3)
THEA 150 (3)
VPA 103 (3)
MUS 124*
MUS 126*
MUS 125*
MUS 134*

*(These are 0-1 credit hour and are repeatable for up to 3 credits to meet the core)

Used for Wall College of Business Advising purposes. For the complete University Core Curriculum, visit the University Catalogs.

**For students in the Honors Program only.