Professional Studies Program (Evening)
Barbara Caulley, Chair, (650) 508-3684, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Professional Studies Program facilitates obtaining a degree in Bachelor of Science in Business Administration by offering a range of primarily upper division courses for working professionals who wish to complete their college degree within their respective majors and areas of concentration. The intensive program is open to adult students who are 25 years of age or older; three years of full-time work or volunteer experience; and have a minimum of 45 transferable semester units. This degree completion program is offered in an accelerated format with most courses spanning four-hour class one night or weekend over a seven week period. Coursework incorporates hands-on projects, practical knowledge that is applicable to everyday work challenges, and group interactions with fellow classmates. Our degree completion program students have access to all of our outstanding student support services including tutoring, career development services, and more.
Undergraduate Business Administration programs have an articulation agreement with graduate programs in the School of Business and Management. Qualified students are able to apply in advance of the last semester of undergraduate work to enroll in up to six units of selected graduate courses that fulfill undergraduate major requirements while also counting towards the master's degree.
Bachelor of Science: Business Administration
The undergraduate degree program requires 124 semester units of course credit (core major, electives, general education); with the professional evening business degree completion program consisting of 51 units of Core Major courses comprised of lower division, upper division, and BUS electives of a student's first concentration.
|PHL2330||Ethics and Professional Responsibility||3|
|BUS2000||Management Principles and Organizational Behavior||3|
|BUS2008||Legal Environment of Business||3|
|BUS2200||Business Cycle Accounting Concepts||3|
|BUS2224||Financial Management I||3|
|BUS2600||Operations and Information Technology Systems||3|
|BUS2980||Business Policy (Capstone)||3|
|BUS----||Concentration (Upper-division electives in the major)||12|
|Core Curriculum + Electives||Units|
|Total Unit Requirement||124|
Students will select one specialized area of courses as their concentration. Additional concentrations can be obtained by completing twelve (12) discrete upper-division units of upper-division electives from courses in the major. Concentration(s) available for selection are:
BUS2232 Financial Management II
BUS2240 Money, Markets, & Financial Inst
BUS2244 Corporate Governance
BUS2248 International Finance
BUS2348 Finance & Marketing for Developmental Stage Venture
BUS2012 Business Leadership
BUS2016 Change & Conflict Management
BUS2024 Comparative International Management
BUS2032 Managerial Planning/Decision-Making
BUS2040 Women In Management
BUS2048 Human Resource Management
BUS2340 Entrepreneurial Mgmt/Mktg
Any 12 units of electives approved by the advisor.