DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING,
BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS

AND MARKETING


Bachelor Of Science Degree In Accounting

Program Of Study

Bachelor Of Science Degree In Business Information Systems

Program Of Study

Bachelor Of Science Degree In Marketing

Program Of Study

Bachelor Of Science Degree In Supply Chain And Logistics Management

Program Of Study




The Accounting, Business Information Systems and Marketing Department offers undergraduate courses for the student who plans to enter the business world in an administrative capacity. The programs are accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).


The program of study in Accounting, Business Information Systems and Marketing leads to a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting, Business Information Systems, or Marketing. Internships are available for students to apply what has been learned in the classroom to real- world situations. To be admitted to programs in Accounting, Business Information Systems, and Marketing as a major, the student must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.25 or higher.


The accounting program is designed to prepare accountants for the world of work.  Students are given the opportunity to gain a wide variety of needed skills. Courses in the program build a rich knowledge of accounting theory and practice on both public and private levels. Students are also introduced and taught to use and interact with contemporary technology. Developing critical thinking and communications skills is also emphasized in the program. Additionally, students are encouraged to sit for certification examinations at the completion of the program.


The business information systems program integrates information technology, people and business.  The program provides professional preparation for persons who are interested in coordinating, facilitating and expediting functions of the office in business, industrial and governmental organizations. Focus is on the development of computer operation skills for text processing, human-computer interaction, technical and professional personnel, office environment management, processing of unstructured tasks, and the utilization of small systems. Interpersonal communication and organizational understanding are important skills that are developed.  Career options are available in database administration, telecommunications, data communications, and management of business and office information.


The marketing program is designed to provide the student with opportunities to acquire the skills, concepts and knowledge needed to assume responsible positions in marketing. Skills in problem solving, decision making, and applying the principles of economics, psychology and sociology to consumer behavior are developed for future marketing professionals and marketing leaders. Career options are available in selling, purchasing, advertising, promotion, physical distribution, industrial marketing, customer service, marketing research, consumer service and  many other specialties.



REQUIREMENTS FOR THE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN ACCOUNTING


  1. The student must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.25 or higher to be admitted to the program.
  2. The student must complete 30 hours of business courses beyond Area F requirements plus an additional 27 hours of accounting concentration.
  3. The student must complete a minimum of 125 semester hours with a cumulative grade point average of 2.25 in overall program, and a grade of "C" or above in all business courses.
  4. The student must complete the Major Field Achievement Test (MFAT) as a part of course requirements for MGMT 4199



REQUIREMENTS FOR THE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS


  1. The student must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.25 or higher to be admitted to the program.
  2. The student must complete 30 hours of business courses beyond Area F requirements plus an additional 30 hours of information systems concentration.
  3. The student must complete a minimum of 125 semester hours with a cumulative grade point average of 2.25 in overall program and a grade of "C" or above in all business courses.
  4. The student must complete the Major Field Achievement Test (MFAT) as a part of a course requirement for MGMT 4199.






REQUIREMENTS FOR A BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN MARKETING


  1. The student must complete a minimum of 125 semester hours with a cumulative grade point average of 2.25 in overall program and a grade of "C" or above in all business courses.
  2. The student must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.25 or higher to be admitted to the program.
  3. The student must complete 30 hours of business courses beyond Area F requirements plus an additional 30 hours of marketing concentration.
  4. The student must complete the Major Field Achievement Test (MFT) as a part of course requirements for MGMT 4199.




REQUIREMENTS FOR A BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN LOGISTICS


  1. The student must complete a minimum of 125 semester hours with a cumulative grade point average of 2.25 in overall program and a grade of "C" or above in all business courses.
  2. The student must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.25 or higher to be admitted to the program.
  3. The student must complete 30 hours of business courses beyond Area F requirements plus an additional 30 hours of marketing concentration.
  4. The student must complete the Major Field Achievement Test (MFT) as a part of course requirements for MGMT 4199.









BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN ACCOUNTING

Area



Credit Hrs

Core Curriculum



(60 hours)

AREA A1

Communication Skills


6


AREA A2

Quantitative Skills


3


AREA B

Insitutional Options


5


AREA C

Humanities, Fine Arts and Ethics


6


AREA D

Natural Science, Math & Tech


10


AREA E

Social Sciences


12


AREA F

Courses Related to Major

Prerequisite

18


ACCT 2101

Principles of Accounting I

MATH 1111 (3 hrs)


ACCT 2102

Principles of Accounting II

ACCT 2101 (3 hrs)


BISE 2010

Fundamentals of Computer Applications (3 hrs)



BISE 2040

Communication for Management

ENGL 1102 (3 hrs)


ECON 2105

Principles of Macroeconomics  (3 hrs)




ECON 2106

Principles of Microeconomics  (3 hrs)









Above The Core



(5 hours)







Area G: Business Majors Required Courses


(30 hours)


BUSA 4105

International Business

ECON 2105/ECON 2106, MGMT 3105

3


ECON 3205

Economics and Business Statistics

ECON 2105/ECON2106

3


FINC 3105

Foundations of Financial Management  

ACCT 2101

3


MGMT 3105

Legal Environment of Business


3


MGMT 3106

Management Science and Operations  Mgmt

ECON 3205

3


MGMT 4110

Organizational Behavior

MGMT 3105

3


MGMT 4125

Human Resource Management

MGMT 3105

3


MGMT 4205

Management Information Systems

BISE 2010

3


MGMT 4199

Business Policy


3


MKTG 3120

Principles of Marketing

ECON 2106

3







Area H: Accounting Majors Required Courses


(27 hours)


ACCT 3101

Intermediate Accounting I

ACCT 2102

3


ACCT 3102

Intermediate Accounting II

ACCT 3101, FINC 3105

3


ACCT 3103

Intermediate Accounting III

ACCT 3102

3


ACCT 4101

Cost Accounting I

ACCT 2102

3


ACCT 4111

Auditing I

ACCT 3102

3


ACCT 4121

Tax Accounting I

ACCT 2102

3


ACCT 4205

Accounting Information Systems

ACCT 2102, BISE 2010

3


BUSA 3100


Business Internship

3


Elective **



3


** Approved Foreign Language or at least 2000 level course in any non-business course, including BUSA 4100 (Business Internship II).







Total required for graduation


(125 hours)









PROGRAM OF STUDY FOR THE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN ACCOUNTING

125 Semester Hours

Freshman Year (Fall)


Spring



ASU 1201

Found of College Success

2

ENGL 1102

English Composition II

3

ENGL 1101

English Composition I

3

COMM 1100

Fund. of Public Speaking

3

MATH 1111

Math Modeling or Col Alg.

3

HIST 1002

Intro to the African Diaspora

2

Area D

Science, Math, Technology

4

Area C

Humanities/Fine Arts

3

Area D

Select One

3

Area D

Science, Math, Technology

4

Subtotal


(15 hrs)

Above Core Option

1




Subtotal


(16 hrs)







Sophomore Year  (Fall)


Spring



Above Core Option

1

Above Core Option

1

BISE 2010

Fund.of Computer Appl.

3

Area E Option: Social Science

3

Area E Option:

Social Science

3

BISE 2040

Comm. for Management

3

ACCT 2101

Principles of Accounting I

3

ACCT 2102

Principles of Accounting II

3

ECON 2105

Prin. of Macroeconomics

3

ECON 2106

Principles of Microeconomics

3

Area C

Humanities/Fine Arts

3

POLS 1101

U. S. & Georgia Gov. or

Subtotal


(16 hrs)

HONR 1161

Honors U.S. & Georgia Gov.

3




Subtotal

(16 hrs)







Junior Year

Fall


Spring



MKTG 3120

Principles of Marketing

3

MGMT 4205

Manag. Info. Systems

3

FINC 3105

Found of Fin. Manag.

3

ECON 3205

Economics and Business Statistics

3

MGMT 3105

Legal Env. of Business

3

MGMT 3106

Mgmt. Sci.  & Oper. Mgmt

3

ACCT 3101

Intermediate Accounting I

3

MGMT 4125

Human Resource Manag.

3

Area E Options: Social Science

3

ACCT 3102

Intermediate Accounting II

3

Subtotal


(15 hrs)

Subtotal


(15 hrs)







Senior Year (Fall Semester)


Spring



BUSA 3100

Business Internship I  

3

MGMT 4110

Organizational Behavior

3

ACCT 3103

Intermediate Acct. III

3

ACCT 4111

Auditing I

3

BUSA 4105

International Business

3

ACCT 4205

Accounting Info. Systems 

3

ACCT 4101

Cost Accounting I

3

Area H: Elective Non-Bus. Elect. (See Check sheet for Courses)

3

ACCT 4121

Tax Accounting I

3

MGMT 4199

Business Policy

3

Subtotal


(15 hrs)

Subtotal


(15 hrs)




BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Area



Credit hours

Core Curriculum



(60 hours)

AREA A1

Communication Skills


6

AREA A2

Quantitative Skills


3

AREA B

Insitutional Options


5

AREA C

Humanities, Fine Arts and Ethics


6

AREA D

Natural Science, Math & Tech


10

AREA E

Social Sciences


12

AREA F

Courses Related to Major

Prerequisite

18

ACCT 2101

Principles of Accounting I

MATH 1111 (3 hrs)

ACCT 2102

Principles of Accounting II

ACCT 2101 (3 hrs)

BISE 2010

Fundamentals of Computer Applications (3 hrs)


BISE 2040

Communication for Management

ENGL 1102 (3 hrs)

ECON 2105

Principles of Macroeconomics (3 hrs)



ECON 2106

Principles of Microeconomics (3 hrs)







Above The Core



(5 hours)





Area G: Business Majors Required Courses


(30 hours)

BUSA 4105

International Business

ECON 2105/ECON 2106, MGMT 3105

3

ECON 3205

Economics and Business Statistics

ECON 2105/ECON 2106

3

FINC 3105

Foundations of Financial Management

ACCT 2101

3

MGMT 3105

Legal Environment of Business


3

MGMT 3106

Management Science and Operations Mgmt

ECON 3205

3

MGMT 4110

Organizational Behavior

MGMT 3105

3

MGMT 4125

Human Resource Management

MGMT 3105

3

MGMT 4205

Management Information Systems

BISE 2010

3

MGMT 4199

Business Policy


3

MKTG 3120

Principles of Marketing

ECON 2106

3





Area H: Business Information Systems Majors Required Courses


(30 hours)

BISE 3090

Information Systems Framework


3

BISE 3100

Information Resource Mgmt.

BISE 3090

3

BISE 3300

Human-Computer Interaction


3

BISE 3350

Telecommunications Management

BISE 2010

3

BISE 4206

Database Mgmt Systems#

BISE 2010

3

BISE 4207

Systems Analysis & Design#

BISE 2010, MGMT 4205

3

BISE 4260

E-Commerce


3

BUSA 3100

Business Internship I


3

Elective*

Foreigh Language


3

Elective**



3

* Non Business Elective.



**  Any 3000/4000 level Business course, including BUSA 4100







Total required for graduation


(125 hours)




PROGRAM OF STUDY FOR THE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS

125 Semester Hours Minimum

Freshman Year (Fall)


Spring



ASU 1201

Found. of College Success

2

ENGL 1102

English Composition II

3

ENGL 1101

English Composition I

3

COMM 1100

Fund. of Public Speaking

3

MATH 1111

Math Modeling or Col. Alg.

3

HIST 1002

Intro to the African Diaspora

2

Area D

Science, Math, Technology

4

Area C

Humanities/Fine Arts

3

Area D

Select One

3

Area D

Science, Math, Technology

4

Subtotal


(15 hrs)

Above Core Option

1




Subtotal

(16 hrs)







Sophomore Year (Fall)


Spring



Above Core Option

1

Above Core Option

1

BISE 2010

Fund. of Computer Appl.

3

Area E Option: Social Science

3

Area E Option:

Social Science

3

BISE 2040

Comm. for Management

3

ACCT 2101

Principles of Accounting I

3

ACCT 2102

Principles of Accounting II

3

ECON 2105

Principles of Macroeconomics

3

ECON 2106

Prin. of Microeconomics

3

Area C

Humanities/Fine Arts

3

POLS 1101

U. S. & Georgia Gov. or

Subtotal

(16 hrs)


HONR 1161

Honors U.S. & Ga Gov.

3




Subtotal


(16 hrs)







Junior Year (Fall Semester)


Spring



MKTG 3120 Principles of Marketing

3

MGMT 4205

Management Information Systems

3

FINC 3105 Found of Fin. Manag.

3

BUSA 3100 Business Internship I

3

MGMT 3105 Legal Env. of Business

3

ECON 3205 Economic and Business Statistics

3

BUSA 4105 International Business

3

MGMT 3106 Manag. Sci./Oper. Mgt

3

Area E: Options


3

MGMT 4125 Human Resource Mgt.

3

Subtotal


(15 hrs)

Subtotal


(15 hrs)







Senior Year (Fall Semester)


Spring



BISE 3100

Information Resource Management

3

BISE 3090

Information Systems Framework 

3

BISE 3300

Human Computer Interaction

3

MGMT 4110

Organizational Behavior

3

BISE 4206

Database Manag. Syst.

3

MGMT 4199

Business Policy

3

BISE 3350

Telecomm. Management

3

BISE 4207

Systems Analysis & Design

3

Area H: ELECTIVE Non-Bus. Elective (See Check sheet for Courses)

3

Area H: ELECTIVE Bus. Elective (3000/4000 Bus. Course)

3




BISE 4260

E-Commerce

3

Subtotal


(15 hrs)

Subtotal


(18 hrs)







BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN MARKETING

Area



Credit hours

Core Curriculum



(60 hours)

AREA A1

Communication Skills


6

AREA A2

Quantitative Skills


3

AREA B

Insitutional Options


5

AREA C

Humanities, Fine Arts and Ethics


6

AREA D

Natural Science, Math & Tech


10

AREA E

Social Sciences


12

AREA F

Courses Related to Major

Prerequisite

18

ACCT 2101

Principles of Accounting I

MATH 1111 (3 hrs)

ACCT 2102

Principles of Accounting II

ACCT 2101 (3 hrs)

BISE 2010

Fundamentals of Computer Applications(3 hrs)



BISE  2040

Communication for Management

ENGL 1102 (3 hrs)

ECON 2105

Principles of Macroeconomics (3 hrs)



ECON 2106

Principles of Microeconomics (3 hrs)







Above The Core



(5 hours)





Area G: Business Majors Required Courses


(30 hours)

BUSA 4105

International Business

ECON 2105/ECON 2106, MGMT 3105

3

ECON 3205

Economics and Business Statistics

ECON 2105/ECON 2106

3

FINC 3105

Foundations of Financial Management

ACCT 2101

3

MGMT 3105

Legal Environment of Business


3

MGMT 3106

Management Science and Operations Mgmt

ECON 3205

3

MGMT 4110

Organizational Behavior

MGMT 3105

3

MGMT 4125

Human Resource Management      

MGMT 3105

3

MGMT 4205

Management Information Systems

BISE 2010

3

MGMT 4199

Business Policy


3

MKTG 3120

Principles of Marketing

ECON 2106

3





Area H: Marketing Major Required Courses


(27 hours)

MKTG 3130

Consumer Behavior

MKTG 3120

3

MKTG 3132

Fundamentals of Selling

3

MKTG 3134

Marketing Research

MKTG 3120

3

MKTG 3136

Promotion and Advertising

MKTG 3120

3

MKTG 4140

Retail Management

MKTG 3120

3

MKTG 4170

Marketing Management

MKTG 3120

3

MKTG 4180

Marketing Information Systems

MKTG 3120

3

BUSA 3100

Business Internship I


3

Electives*



3

*Any 3000/4000 level business courses, including BUSA 4100.



**Approved foreign language or at least 2000 level course in any non-business course, including Computer Science.





Total required for graduation


(125 hours)







PROGRAM OF STUDY FOR THE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN MARKETING

125 Semester Hours

Freshman Year (Fall)


Spring



ASU 1201

Found. of College Success

2

ENGL 1102

English Composition II

3

ENGL 1101

English Composition I

3

COMM 1100

Fund. of Public Speaking

3

MATH 1111

Math Modeling or Col. Alg.

3

HIST 1002

Intro to the African Diasp.

2

Area D

Science, Math, Technology

4

Area C

Humanities/Fine Arts

3

Area D

Select One

3

Area D

Science, Math, Technology

4

Subtotal


(15 hrs)

Above Core Option

1




Subtotal


(16 hrs)







Sophomore Year  (Fall)


Spring



Above Core Option

1

Above Core Option

1

BISE 2010

Fund of Computer Appl.

3

BISE 2040

Comm. for Management

3

Area E Option:

Social Science

3

ACCT 2102

Principles of Accounting

3

ACCT 2101

Principles of Accounting I

3

ECON 2106

Principles of Microeconomics

3

ECON 2105

Principles of Macroeconomics

3

POLS 1101

US & Georgia Gov.

3

ENGL 2111

World Literature

3

Area E

Social Science

3

Subtotal


(16 hrs)

Subtotal


(16 hrs)







Junior Year (Fall Semester)


Spring



MKTG 3120

Principles of Marketing

3

MGMT 4205

Manag. Info. Sys.

3

FINC 3105

Found of Fin. Manag.

3

MKTG 3130

Consumer Behavior

3

MGMT 3105

Legal Env. of Business

3

ECON 3205

Eco. and Busi. Statistics

3

Area E Options: Social Science

3

MGMT 3106

Manag. Sci./Oper. Mgt

3

BUSA 4105

International Business

3

MGMT 4110

Organizational Behavior

3

Subtotal


(15 hrs)

Subtotal


(15 hrs)







Senior Year (Fall Semester)


Spring



MKTG 3134

Marketing Research

3

BUSA 3100

Business Internship I

3

MKTG 3136

Promotion and Advertising

3

MKTG 3132 Fund. of Selling

3

MKTG 4125

Marketing Management

3

MKTG 4140

Retail Management

3

MGMT 4125

Human Resource Management

3

MGMT 4199

Business Policy

3

Area H:

Elective Non-Bus. Elect.

3

MKTG 4180

Marketing Info. Sys.

3

Subtotal 


(15 hrs)

Subtotal


(15 hrs)








BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN SUPPLY CHAIN AND LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT

Area



Credit hrs

Core Curriculum



(60 hours)

AREA A1

Communication Skills


6

AREA A2

Quantitative Skills


3

AREA B

Insitutional Options


5

AREA C

Humanities, Fine Arts and Ethics


6

AREA D

Natural Science, Math & Tech


10t

AREA E

Social Sciences


12

AREA F

Courses Related to Major

Prerequisite

18

ACCT 2101

Principles of Accounting I

MATH 1111 (3 hrs)

ACCT 2102

Principles of Accounting II

ACCT 2101 (3 hrs)

BISE 2010

Fundamentals of Computer Applications (3 hrs)


BISE 2040

Communication for Management

ENGL 1102 (3 hrs)

ECON 2105

Principles of Macroeconomics (3 hrs)



ECON 2106

Principles of Microeconomics (3 hrs)







Above The Core



(5 hours)





Area G - Business Majors Required Courses


(30 hours)

BUSA 4105

International Business

ECON 2105/ECON 2106, MGMT 3105

3

ECON 3205

Economics and Business Statistics

ECON 2105/ECON 2106                 

3

FINC 3105

Foundations of Financial Management

ACCT 2101

3

MGMT 3105

Legal Environment of Business


3

MGMT 3106

Management Science and Operations Mgmt

ECON 3205

3

MGMT 4110

Organizational Behavior

MGMT 3105

3

MGMT 4125

Human Resource Management

MGMT 3105

3

MGMT 4205

Management Information Systems

BISE 2010

3

MGMT 4199

Business Policy

Senior Standing

3

MKTG 3120

Principles of Marketing

ECON 2106

3





Area H - Logistics Management Majors Required Courses


(27 hours)

LOGM 3220

Contemporary Logistics

ECON 3205

3

LOGM 3230

Logistics Security

MGMT 3105

3

LOGM 4210

Transportation Management

ECON 3205

3

LOGM 4220

Supply Chain Management

Senior Standing

3

LOGM  4225

Warehousing

LOGM 3220

3

LOGM 4230

Logistics Information Systems

BISE 2010; MKTG 3120

3

LOGM 4270

Global Logistics

Senior Standing

3

BUSA 3100

Business Internship I


3

BUSA 4100

Business Internship II


3





Total required for graduation


(125 hours)



PROGRAM OF STUDY FOR THE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN SUPPLY CHAIN AND LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT

125 Semester Hours

Freshman Year (Fall Semester)


Spring



ASU 1201

Found. of College Success

2

ENGL 1102

English Composition II

3

ENGL 1101

English Composition I

3

COMM 1100

Fund. of Public Speaking

3

MATH 1111

Math Modeling or Col. Alg.

3

Area C

Humanities/Fine Arts

3

Area D

Science, Math, Technology

4

Area D

Science, Math, Technology

4

Area E

Option

3

MATH 1201

Survey of Calculus

3

Subtotal

(15 hrs)

Subtotal

(16 hrs)







Sophomore Year (Fall Semester)


Spring



Above Core Option

1

Above Core Option

1

ACCT 2101

Principle.of Accounting I

3

HIST 1002

Intro. To African Diaspora

2

ECON  2105

Principle.of Macroeconomics

3

POLD 1101

U.S. & Georgia Gov.

3

BISE  2010

Fund. of Computer Appl.

3

ACCT 2102

Principles of Accounting II

3

ENGL 2111

World Literature

3

Area E Options Social Science

3

Area E

Social Science

3

ECON  2106

Principles of Microeconomics

3

Subtotal


(16 hrs)

Subtotal

(15 hrs)







Junior Year (Fall Semester)


Spring



ECON  3205

Economics and Business Statistics

3

BISE  2040

Comm. for Management

3

Above Core Option

1

MKTG 3120

Principles of Marketing

3

MGMT 3105

Legal Env. of Business

3

FINC 3205

Found. of Fin. Manag.

3

LOGM 3220

Contemporary Logistics

3

MGMT 3106

Mgmt. Sci. and Oper. Mgmt.

3

LOGM 3230

Logistics Security

3

BUSA 3100

Business Internship I *

3

MGMT 4205

Manag. Info. Sys.

3

Subtotal

(15 hrs)

Subtotal

(16 hrs)










Senior Year (Fall Semester)


Spring



MGMT4110

Organizational Behavior

3

BUSA  4105

International Business

3

LOGM 4210

Transportation Management

3

LOGM 4220

Supply Chain Management

3

LOGM 4225

Warehousing

3

LOGM 4230

Logistics Information Systems

3

BUSA  4100

Business Internship II**

3

LOGM 4270

Global Logistics

3

MGMT 4205

Manag. Info. Sys.

3

MGMT 4125

Human Resource Management

3

Subtotal

(15 hrs)

Subtotal

(15 hrs)




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