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Suggested Two-Year Program (for students entering Fall 2010 and after)

Suggested Two Year Program
for Pre-Business
(Freshman and Sophomore years)

FALL

WINTER

SPRING

  • ENGLISH 1A
  • MATH 4
  • BREADTH COURSE(S)
  • BUS 10 – PRBS Path Learning Community

(Analytical Writing Placement Exam and Math Advisory  Exam must be taken by Fall quarter)

  • ENGLISH 1B
  • MATH 22
  • ECON 3 – PRBS Path Learning Community
  • BREADTH COURSE 
  • ECON 2 – PRBS Path Learning Community
  • ETHNIC STUDIES 1
  • COMPUTER SCIENCE 8
  • BREADTH COURSE

FALL

WINTER

SPRING

  • BUS 20
  • BREADTH COURSE
  • ECON 102 or ECON 103
  • FOREIGN LANGUAGE 1 or Equivalence
  • BREADTH COURSE
  • STAT 48
  • FOREIGN LANGUAGE 2 or Equivalence
  • BREADTH COURSE
  • BREADTH COURSE
  • FOREIGN LANGUAGE 3 or Equivalence
  • BUS 21 (Required ONLY for Accounting students)

 

Results of the Analytical Writing Placement Exam and Math Advisory Exam are required prior to enrollment in classes.

Breadth courses are available at UCR Summer Sessions if students are not able to complete during the academic year.  (If you consider taking non-UCR summer school courses, make sure the courses are transferable and comparable, check the website www.assist.org.)  You may also complete your final breadth course in your first quarter of your junior year along with upper division BUS core classes such as BUS 103, 106, 108 or 101.

Your program is planned individually with your advisor, and there is considerable flexibility in the order in which the courses are taken.  The program shown above is typical for an entering student with a good high school background.  Attendance at a Business Administration Workshop is required to submit the Business Administration Application electronically the quarter in which the final requirements are in progress.

PLEASE NOTE -- Dropping MATH or ECON courses is an indication that these are areas of difficulty for you and it is recommended to choose another major before becoming too invested in Business Administration.  Success in MATH and ECON has a positive correlation to your being successful in being admitted and completing the B.S. degree in Business Administration.