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This program is designed to provide an intensive exposure to the fundamentals of business administration within a liberal arts environment.
B.S. or B.A.S. in Business Administration
Computer Information Systems
Human Resource Management
About the Major
All students are required to complete the core of 36 semester hours and at least one emphasis. Additional areas of emphasis, while broadening the student’s exposure, may result in hours in excess of the 128 required to graduate.
The professional accountancy emphasis is designed to provide accounting students the opportunity for additional course work in accounting and other areas. Students completing this emphasis will meet the 150-hour education requirement for taking the certified public accountant (CPA) examination in Tennessee.
A minor in business administration is available to majors outside the business administration area and requires the following courses:
BA 201 (3 s.h.)
EC 201 (3 s.h.)
BA 321 (3 s.h.)
CS 218 (3 s.h.)
plus 3 s.h. from: BA 202, EC 202, or any 300-400 level BA/CS/EC course
Degrees and Major Options
The B.S. degree is available to students who meet Tennessee Wesleyan College’s basic All College Requirements and who major in business administration (which includes emphases in accounting, computer information systems, finance, general management, healthcare management, human resources management, international management and professional accountancy).
The B.A.S. degree is designed for students who hold the associate of applied science degree (or two years of college/university credit), who complete the set of All College Requirements designated for this degree and who major in business administration. Possible emphases are identical to those listed for the B.S. degree, above.