Nov 12, 2018  
Xavier University Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog 2018-2019 
  
Xavier University Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog 2018-2019

Management, B.S.B.A.


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The Department of Management and Entrepreneurship offers the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Management.

The department offers a complete package of an integrated skill set for future managers and leaders to improve organizations and society. Our curricular objectives include: rapid, continual immersion into business practice; engaging rigorous and applied educational experience; transition into fulfilling careers; and lifelong learning and leadership. Our majors:

  1. Learn the language of Management and Entrepreneurship used in the business world.
  2. Are given an understanding for the significance of variation in human behavior in organizations.
  3. Develop self-awareness, along with capabilities in problem solving, decision making, creativity, and communication.
  4. Receive preparation for a variety of roles, including leader, entrepreneur, project or functional manager, and supply chair manager.
  5. Are encouraged to approach business problems in an ethical, socially responsible manner.

This degree is designed for individuals who have career aspirations as management trainees, personnel trainees, in business education, who plan to attend law school, or graduate studies in business. Students interested in teaching certification in business should consult with the chair of the Education Department for certification requirements.

Requirements for a Major in Management


Undergraduate core curriculum requirements:


See Undergraduate Core Curriculum  

Major Requirements:


 21 total credit hours required, as follows:

Electives:


3 hours of business electives, with suggested courses of:


3 hours of general electives.


Note(s):


  • A 2.000 cumulative average must be attained in the courses of the major.

B.S.B.A. Management


This block serves as a guideline for progress toward a degree. See your academic advisor.

Freshman Year


First Semester


  • Mathematical Perspective
  • ENGL 101: English Composition
  • Foreign Language I
  • MKTG 300: Principles of Marketing 
  • CORE 100: First Year Seminar
  • BUAD 101: The Business Profession I
  • CORE 101

Second Semester


  • Quantitative Reasoning Elective
  • THEO 111: Theological Foundations
  • Foreign Language II
  • Historical Perspective
  • ECON 200: Microeconomic Principles
  • BAIS 120: Intro to Business Tech
  • BUAD 102: The Business Profession I
  • CORE 102

Sophomore Year


First Semester


  • PHIL 100: Ethics as Intro to Philosophy
  • ECON 201: Macroeconomic Principles
  • ACCT 200: Introductory Financial Accounting
  • STAT 211: Statistics For Business II
  • MGMT 300: Managerial Behavior
  • BUAD 201: The Business Profession II

Second Semester


  • Natural Science Elective
  • MGMT 301: Managerial Communications
  • ACCT 201: Introductory Managerial Accounting
  • SHRM 200: Human Resources in a Diverse S
  • BAIS 220: Management of Info Tech
  • BUAD 202: The Business Profession II

Junior Year


First Semester


  • PHIL 200
  • Humanities Elective
  • FINC 300: Business Finance
  • MGMT 309: Change Management
  • MGMT Elective
  • BUAD 301: The Business Profession III

Second Semester


  • Theological Perspective
  • ENGL 205: Literature and Moral Imagination
  • ECON 300: International Trade and Business Environment
  • MGMT 333: Global Supply Chain Management
  • MGMT Elective
  • BUAD 302: The Business Profession III

Senior Year


First Semester


  • Scientific Perspective
  • BLAW 300: Legal Environment
  • MGMT 302: Quality and Product in Operation
  • MGMT Elective
  • Writing Intensive Elective
  • BUAD 401: The Business Profession IV

Second Semester


  • Creative Perspective
  • MGMT 495: Strategic Management
  • MGMT Elective
  • Business Elective or Internship
  • General Elective
  • CORE 499
  • BUAD 402: The Business Profession IV

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