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BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (B.B.A.)

A student seeking the BBA degree must complete 67 quarter hours of core requirements and a 39 quarter hour concentration in one area of business. In addition, students must complete the required cognates, the general studies program, and all baccalaureate degree requirements as outlined in this bulletin. Senior students are required to take the Business Achievement Test. All Business students must demonstrate skills in keyboarding and business calculators during their first year of enrollment in the business program. Skills may be demonstrated by passing a proficiency examination or an appropriate class.
 
Candidates for the BBA degree with a concentration in accounting should note that, in response to the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), candidates who wish to sit for their CPA examinations may have to complete 150 semester hours (225 quarter hours) before they are allowed to do so. Each state is free to adopt this AICPA requirement or reject it. States with this requirement have set effective dates ranging from the immediate to the year 2000. The effect of the requirement is to add 33 quarter hours above the Walla Walla College degree of 192 quarter hours. Contact the Business Department for more detailed information.
 
Core Requirements:

 
Lower Division Courses:
ACCT201, 202, 203Principles of Accounting10
   or
ACCT205, 206Principles of Accounting
CIS240Intermediate Business Applications 4
ECON211Principles of Macroeconomics 4
ECON212Principles of Microeconomics 4
GBUS263Business Statistics 4
GBUS270Business Communications 3

 
Upper Division Courses:
CIS301Management Information Systems 4
FINA351Financial Management  4
GBUS361, 362Business Law I, II  8
GBUS366Operations Management and Production  4
GBUS370Advanced Business Communications 3
GBUS463Business Environment and Ethics  3
MGMT371Management and Organizational Behavior  4
MGMT489Strategic Management 4
MKTG381Marketing  4
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Cognates:
INFO105Personal Computing  3
MATH123Survey of Calculus*4
   or
MATH181Analytic Geometry and Calculus I*
PSYC130General Psychology  4
SPCH101Fundamentals of Speech Communication  4
*Prerequisites Required
 

CONCENTRATION: Accounting
ACCT321, 322, 323Intermediate Accounting 11
ACCT331, 332Managerial Cost Accounting  6
ACCT335Personal Income Tax  4
ACCT350Not-for-profit and Government Accounting 4
ACCT421Advanced Accounting  4
ACCT430Auditing Concepts  3
ACCT431Auditing Practices  3
ACCTElectives (must be upper division) 4
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Electives must be approved by the Business Department adviser. No more than 2 credits of ACCT 494 may count as accounting electives.
 

CONCENTRATION: Computer Information Systems (CIS)
(For all options)
CIS130Intro to Business Applications Programming 4
CIS315Systems Analysis and Design 4
CIS350Telecommunications 4
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12

 
Option 1
(Systems Development)
CIS230Intermediate Business Applications Programming 4
CIS330Advanced Business Applications Programming 4
CIS440Database Management Systems 4
CIS445Database Management Applications 4
*Electives 11
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Option 2
(Systems Support)
CIS230Intermediate Business Applications Programming 4
CIS290Introduction to Network Administration 4
CIS390Intermediate Network Administration 4
CIS450Advanced Network Administration 4
*Electives 11
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Option 3
(Software Support and Systems Management)
CIS280Intermediate Word Processing 2
CIS340Records Management 3
CIS360Office Systems 4
CIS460Advanced Office Systems 3
GRPH261Desktop Publishing 2
*Electives 13
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*Electives must be approved by the Business Department adviser.
 

CONCENTRATION: Economics
ECON341Managerial Economics  4
ECON344Macroeconomics for Managers 4
ECON441Money and Banking 4
ECON455Public Finance 4
ECON460Applied Econometrics 4
ECON479Directed Research 2
ECON488International Economics 4
Electives (7 must be upper division) 13
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Electives must be approved by the Business Department adviser.
 

CONCENTRATION: Management (For both options)
ECON341Managerial Economics 4
MGMT372Human Resource Management 4
MGMT471Organizational Change and Development 4
MGMT476Motivation and Leadership 4
MKTG451Research Methods 4
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20

 
Option 1
(General Management)
ACCT331, 332Managerial Cost Accounting 6
MKTGAn approved MKTG Course 4
*Electives 9
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19

 
Option 2
(Management of Not-for-Profit Organizations)
ACCT 350Not-for-Profit and Government Accounting 4
MKTG486Marketing of Not-for-Profit Organizations 4
MGMT375Management of Not-for-Profit Organizations 4
*Electives 7
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*Electives must be approved by the Business Department adviser.
 

CONCENTRATION: Marketing
ECON341Managerial Economics 4
MKTG383Advertising and Sales Promotion 4
MKTG384Consumer Behavior 3
MKTG451Research Methods 4
MKTG479Directed Research/Project 2
MKTG489Marketing Issues and Strategies 4

 
Three of the following courses are required:
MKTG385Professional Selling12
MKTG481Public Relations
MKTG485Retailing
MKTG486Marketing of Not-for-Profit Organizations
MKTG488International Marketing
Electives 6
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Electives must be approved by the Business Department adviser. They may be chosen from the Departments of Business, Communications, and Art; and from Psychology and Graphics courses.
 





MAJOR IN BUSINESS EDUCATION (Bachelor of Science)

A student majoring in business education must complete 88 quarter hours in the major, the required cognates, the general studies program, and all baccalaureate degree requirements as outlined in this bulletin. Students seeking certification should consult with the certification office in the Department of Education and Psychology for updated information regarding certification.
 
ACCT201, 202, 203Principles of Accounting10
   or
ACCT205, 206Principles of Accounting
ACCT222Accounting Projects 2
BUED395Methods of Teaching Business Educ Subjects 4
BUED493Training & Development in Business 4
BUED494Cooperative Education/Internship 1
CIS130Intro to Business Applications Programming 4
CIS240Intermediate Business Applications 4
CIS280Intermediate Wordprocessing 2
CIS301Management Information Systems 4
CIS340Records Management 3
CIS360Office Systems 4
ECON211Principles of Macroeconomics  4
ECON212Principles of Microeconomics  4
GBUS105Keyboarding 2
GBUS106Machine Transcription 1
GBUS107Business Dictation 1
GBUS108Business Calculators 1
GBUS160Introduction to Business 4
GBUS270Business Communications 3
GBUS361Business Law I 4
GBUS370Advanced Business Communications 3
GBUS463Business Environment and Ethics 3
MGMT371Management and Organizational Behavior 4
MKTG381Marketing 4
Electives 8
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Cognates:
INFO105Personal Computing 3
MATH206Applied Statistics 4
PSYC489Vocational Development Theory 3
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10
Electives must be approved by the Business Department adviser.
 





MAJOR IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (Bachelor of Arts)

A student majoring in business administration must complete 63 quarter hours in the major, the required cognates, a minor, the general studies program which includes a foreign language, and all baccalaureate degree requirements as outlined in this bulletin. Senior students are required to take the Business Achievement Test. All business students must demonstrate skills in keyboarding and business calculators during their first year of enrollment in the business program. Skills may be demonstrated by passing a proficiency examination or an appropriate class.
 
Core Requirements:

 
Lower Division Courses:
ACCT201, 202, 203Principles of Accounting10
   or
ACCT205, 206Principles of Accounting
CIS240Intermediate Business Applications 4
ECON211Principles of Macroeconomics 4
ECON212Principles of Microeconomics 4
GBUS263Business Statistics 4
GBUS270Business Communications 3

 
Upper Division Courses:
FINA351Financial Management 4
GBUS361Business Law I 4
GBUS370Advanced Business Communications 3
GBUS463Business Environment and Ethics 3
MGMT371Management and Organizational Behavior 4
MKTG381Marketing 4
Electives (8 must be upper division) 12
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Electives must be approved by the Business Department adviser.
 

Cognates:
INFO105Personal Computing  3
MATH123Survey of Calculus*4
   or
MATH181Analytic Geometry and Calculus I*
PSYC130General Psychology 4
SPCH101Fundamentals of Speech Communication 4
*Prerequisites Required
 





BUSINESS (Associate of Science)

A student specializing in business must complete 46 quarter hours in business, the required cognates, the general studies program, and all associate degree requirements as outlined in this bulletin. All business students must demonstrate skills in keyboarding and business calculators during their first year of enrollment in the business program. Skills may be demonstrated by passing a proficiency examination or an appropriate class.
 
Core Requirements:
ACCT201, 202, 203Principles of Accounting10
   or
ACCT205, 206Principles of Accounting
CIS240Intermediate Business Applications 4
ECON211Principles of Macroeconomics 4
FINA101Personal Finance 2
GBUS361Business Law I 4
Electives 22
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Electives must be approved by the Business Department adviser.
 

Cognates:
INFO105Personal Computing 3
MATH105Mathematics With Applications4-5
   or
MATH117Precalculus
   or
MATH121Fundamentals of Mathematics I

 




MINOR IN BUSINESS

ACCT201,202,203Principles of Accounting10
   or
ACCT205, 206Principles of Accounting
ECON211Principles of Macroeconomics 4
ECON212Principles of Microeconomics 4
Electives (8 must be upper division) 12
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30
Electives must be approved by the Business Department adviser.
 





MINOR IN COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

CIS130Intro to Business Application Programming 4
CIS240Intermediate Business Applications 4
CIS301Management Information Systems 4
CIS315Systems Analysis and Design 4
INFO105Personal Computing 3
Electives (4 must be in Accounting) 11
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30

 




MINOR IN ECONOMICS

ECON211Principles of Macroeconomics 4
ECON212Principles of Microeconomics 4
ECON341Managerial Economics 4
ECON344Macroeconomics for Managers 4
ECON441Money and Banking 4
ECON455Public Finance 4
Electives (must be upper division) 6
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30
Electives must be approved by the Business Department adviser.
 





MINOR IN MARKETING

MKTG381Marketing 4
MKTG383Advertising and Sales Promotion 4
MKTG384Consumer Behavior 3
MKTG489Marketing Issues and Strategies 4
MKTGElectives 4
Electives (7 must be business) 11
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30
Electives must be approved by the Business Department adviser. Four hours of electives may be chosen from the Departments of Business, Communications, and Art; and from psychology and graphics courses.
 




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