BA in Business Administration
Requirement Sheets and Roadmaps
The Requirement Sheets and Roadmaps are tools you can use to help plan your class schedule. However, you will need to follow the degree requirements found in your Titan Degree Audit (PDF) to ensure that you are enrolling in appropriate courses for your degree.
All students in the Business Administration major are required to complete a common set of core courses within the major and courses in your chosen concentration. The capstone (MGMT 449) is a culminating major requirement and requires that you first complete your lower and upper division business core courses before you may enroll.
You can view the Requirement Sheet and Roadmap for your concentration based on your catalog year below. Your catalog year is located on the top right corner of your TDA. For details, visit the website on Understanding Your Catalog Year.
Requirement Sheets & Roadmaps (Catalog Year: Fall 2023 - Spring 2024)
Requirement Sheets & Roadmaps (Catalog Year: Fall 2022 - Spring 2023)
Requirement Sheets & Roadmaps (Catalog Year: Fall 2021 - Spring 2022)
Requirement Sheets & Roadmaps (Catalog Year: Fall 2020 - Spring 2021)
Requirement Sheets & Roadmaps (Catalog Year: Fall 2019 - Spring 2020)
Requirement Sheets & Roadmaps (Catalog Year: Fall 2018 - Spring 2019)
Requirement Sheets & Roadmaps (Catalog Years: Spring 2018 and before)
NOTE: Current students majoring in a non-business degree must first meet with a Business Advisor to change your major to any of the college’s business degrees.
If you are unable to find an appointment, you can request to have the change of major overview conducted via email. Please email email@example.com with the following:
- First and Last Name
- Major/Concentration of interest
- Full time or Part time enrollment for next semester's schedule
Once we receive this information, we will send you an email with a detailed overview of the major and a class schedule recommendation. You will then be able to request to change your major to the College of Business and Economics.