Business Administration (BADM)

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BADM 301  - Business Careers in the Global Economy  (1 Credit)  

Course outlines job search essentials for business careers in a global economy. Business networking, interviewing, and career planning with an international focus will be covered. Completion of lower division business courses.

BADM 397D  - T: European Business  (1 Credit)  
BADM 399  - Independent Study  (1-15 Credits)  

Not to include Business Internship. (See BADM 499) Contract approved by instructor, advisor and undergraduate division head is required.

Graduation with Leadership Distinction: GLD: Research

BADM 401  - Planning and Managing a Career in Business  (3 Credits)  

Course will focus on defining and enhancing life/career goals using leadership assessment, life planning processes, and emotional intelligence discussions, all linked to transition to work.

Prerequisites: BADM 301.
BADM 499  - Business Internship  (3,6 Credits)  

Supervised work experience of at least nine hours per week as approved by area program director, to include one class meeting a month and individual consultation. Generally three hours of academic credit, but upon special request of supervising professor and approval of appropriate area director, an internship may carry a maximum of six hours credit. Pass-Fail only. Contract approved by instructor, advisor, and undergraduate division head is required.

Prerequisites: Completion of BADM core curriculum except MGMT 478, plus at least one additional course in the student’s major field of study. Cumulative GPA of 2.75.

Graduation with Leadership Distinction: GLD: Professional and Civic Engagement Internships