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Adult Students jack C. Massey College of Business

What You'll Study

GENERAL BUSINESS COURSES

BUSINESS TOOL COURSES

  • Accounting: (6 hours) Choose Path A or Path B or Path C
  • ETP 3000: Foundations of Entrepreneurship (3 hours)
  • MGT 2410: Business Law I (3 hours)
  • MGT 2000: Career Development Workshop (0 hours)

BUSINESS CORE COURSES

  • LIS 1100: Intellectual Growth & Inquiry (2 hours)
  • BSA 2100: Managing Business Systems (3 hours)
  • MGT 3110: Principles of Management (3 hours)
  • MKT 3210: Principles of Marketing
  • FIN 3210: Business Finance (3 hours)
  • MGT 3230: Business Ethics (3 hours)
  • INB 3300: International Business (3 hours)
  • MGT 4960: Strategic Management (3 hours) (last semester)

GENERAL BUSINESS ELECTIVE COURSES

  • Choose From College of Business 3000/4000 level courses (18 hours)

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

Total Credits Needed for Graduation: 128
Breakdown of Credits:
  • General Business Major Courses: 53 credit hours
  • BELL Core/General Education: 53 credit hours (minimum)
  • General Electives: 22 credit hours
  • Students who earn a degree at Belmont must take their last 32 hours of credit at Belmont. 64 hours must have been earned from a senior college or university.

BELL Core/General Education Courses

Part 1 BELL Core: Signature Courses (for all students pursuing Bachelor of Business Administration in General Business)
  • BEL 1015: First Year Seminar (3 hours) **
  • Interdisciplinary Learning Community: (one course)
  • Junior Cornerstone: (0 or 3 hours - hours may be combined in another category) **
  • ENG 1010: First Year Writing (3 hours)
  • ENG 3010: Third Year Writing (3 hours) **
  • Religion: (6 hours either Path A or Path B)
** Non-transferable courses/must be taken at Belmont
Part 2 BELL Core: Foundation Courses: (for all students pursuing a Bachelor of Business Administration in General Business)
Part 3 BELL Core: Degree Cognates

According to the academic catalog, students should choose Degree Cognates in a different subject than the courses applying to the Foundations Courses (choose from 2 different prefixes).

  • Social Sciences: ECO 2210: Principles of Macroeconomics AND ECO 2220: Principles of Microeconomics (6 hours)
  • Humanities: (3 Hours)
  • Mathematics: MATH 1150: Elementary Statistics and MTH 1240: Quantitative Methods(6 hours)

SENIOR CAPSTONE

  • LIS 4015: Senior Capstone