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CBPP Bachelor of Business Administration Requirements

Students earning a BBA must complete at least 50 percent of their required business credits at UAA. All ACCT, BA, CIS, ECON, LGOP and LOG courses are considered business credits for the purpose of this requirement.

The following courses must be completed with a grade of C or better.

BBA Lower-Division Core
ACCT A201Principles of Financial Accounting3-6
or ACCT A101
ACCT A102
Principles of Financial Accounting I
and Principles of Financial Accounting II
ACCT A202Principles of Managerial Accounting3
BA A151Business Foundations3
CIS A110Computer Concepts in Business3
CIS A280Managerial Communications3
ECON A101Principles of Microeconomics3
ECON A102Principles of Macroeconomics3
ECON A227Introductory Statistics for Economics and Business3
MATH A121College Algebra for Managerial and Social Sciences3-4
or MATH A151 College Algebra for Calculus
WRTG A212Writing and the Professions3
Upper-Division Core
ACCT A316Accounting Information Systems *3
or CIS A376 Management Information Systems
BA A300Organizational Theory and Behavior3
BA A325Corporate Finance3
BA A343Principles of Marketing3
BA A377Operations Management3
BA A388Globalization and Business Environment3
BA A462Strategic Management3
Total51-55

CBPP Admission Requirements to Upper-Division Courses

1. Completion of at least 39 credits with a cumulative GPA of 2.25 or higher.

2. Completion of the BBA lower-division core courses with a grade of C or better.

3. Completion of the following courses with a grade of C or better.

One of the following:3
Writing Across Contexts
WRTG A1W
Written Communication GER
COMM A111Fundamentals of Oral Communication3
or COMM A241 Public Speaking
Completion of any combination of at least 9 credits in the following General Education Requirement disciplinary areas:9
Fine Arts
Humanities
Natural Sciences

Admission to Upper-Division Status

BBA students who do not meet the above standards may not take upper-division courses in ACCT, BA, CIS, ECON and LOG. Please contact the CBPP Student Advising Center (907-786-4100) for assistance in applying for admission to upper-division standing within the College of Business and Public Policy.

Non-BBA students who meet course prerequisites may take up to 15 upper-division ACCT, BA, CIS, ECON and LOG credits without being formally admitted to a BBA program. All students must apply for admission to a BBA program before accumulating more than 15 such credits. Please contact the CBPP Student Advising Center (907-786-4100) for assistance in registering.

Conditional Admission to Upper-Division Status

A student classified as being conditionally admitted to upper-division status may take upper-division ACCT, BA, CIS, ECON and LOG courses for one semester only while completing lower-division requirements.