Our faculty are committed to providing students with opportunities for hands-on learning and collaborative, team-oriented projects.
Our goal is to educate students for lifelong learning. Our curriculum emphasizes critical thinking and communication skills stressing integration of business disciplines with concentrations in accounting, economics, finance, marketing, and new venture management.
Business students apply a wide-range of technical skills, including projects that develop their information research capability. Acquisition, analysis, and presentation of all types of data are skills emphasized in our program. Business majors can participate in student club activities, in community internships, and other special events that provide professional and practical opportunities.
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High school students should follow preparation requirements for the CSU system. Community college students should take approved substitutes for lower division core courses. Community college courses may not be transferred to fulfill upper division core or concentration requirements. Consult your community college advisor or contact the School of Business if you have questions about transfer credit for business courses.
A bachelor’s degree requires a total of 120 units. For a description of degree requirements to be fulfilled in addition to those listed below for the major, please see “Bachelor’s Degree Requirements ”
Requirements for the Major (61-63 units)
Students must earn a minimum grade of C- in all required courses.