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Total Credits Required for Bachelor of Science in Business Administration: 123

Requirements for the Major
Required credits: 21
(To fulfill professional major requirement in the standard
degree program for business administration)

Junior and Senior Years     Click on any course number to see all course descriptions.
Course # Course Title Offered
ENT 314 Principles of Entrepreneurship [3] Spring only
MKT 325 Marketing Communication [3] Fall and Spring
AC 410 Personal Finance [3] Spring only
FIN 484 Small Business Finance [3] Fall only
ENT 414 Seminar in Entrepreneurship [3] Fall only
Elective Major Elective [3] Each semester
ENT 480 Internship [3] Each semester

Recommended Electives

The following electives can enhance a student's program of study by providing a student the exposure to an industry he/she plans to enter or has a special interest in (e.g., Human Resources, Leadership, Real Estate), including taking advantage of what others schools at the University of Hartford can offer (e.g., Engineering, Art, Education). Such exposure will provide the student with the experience and the skills necessary to compete in the entrepreneurial world. Nonetheless, students are urged to contact the program advisor for guidance and advice prior to taking any elective courses.

Course # Course Title Offered
MGT 315 Group Dynamics and Interpersonal Relationships Spring only
MGT 410 Human Resource Management Fall only
MGT 425 Introduction to Negotiation Spring only
MGT 430 Process and Project Management Spring & Fall
MKT 335 Personal Selling and Sales Management Fall only
MKT 340 Consumer Behavior Spring & Fall
EC 464 Economics of the City Fall only

Earned Excellence

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Accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB-International) represents the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide. Institutions that earn accreditation confirm their commitment to quality and continuous improvement through a rigorous and comprehensive peer review. It is the hallmark of excellence in management education.

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