BS in Business Administration (Business Analytics)
Units required for major: 45
The Business Analytics concentration prepares students to connect data and models to substantive business problems so better business decisions can be made. The program focuses on using quantitative approaches to help improve decision making and performance in business. To better understand business situations, students focus on collecting and analyzing data, drawing on computer technology, statistics, applied mathematics, and machine learning techniques. The program covers database, data visualization tools and techniques, statistical modeling, data mining, optimization, simulation, and their applications in business disciplines such as accounting, finance, human resources, insurance, management, and marketing.
A student may not enroll in any of the Major program or Concentration courses until he/she has completed the Pre-Requisite lower division program with a grade of "C-" or better in each course and an overall GPA of 2.0 ("C"), with the exception of MATH 24 which requires a minimum acceptable grade of "C" or better.
Students enrolled as Expressed Interest in Business may enroll in the following courses after completing the lower division pre-requisite requirements:
All business majors must meet spreadsheet competency prior to taking 100-level business courses. This requires completing MIS 10, Spreadsheet Skills (or equivalent).
Minimum Grade Requirements
The purpose of this requirement is to assure that all business administration students attain the minimum level of competency in all their coursework required for the business administration degree.
The minimum acceptable grade for any undergraduate course required for the business administration degree is “C-” with the exception of MATH 24 which requires a minimum acceptable grade of "C" or better.
A minimum grade point average of 2.0 (“C”) is required in the Pre-Requisite courses, Major Core courses, and the Concentration courses presented for the degree.
|Required Lower Division (pre-requisites) (21 Units) 1, 2|
|ACCY 1||Accounting Fundamentals||3|
|ACCY 2||Managerial Accounting||3|
|ECON 1A||Introduction to Macroeconomic Analysis||3|
|ECON 1B||Introduction to Microeconomic Analysis||3|
|MATH 24||Modern Business Mathematics||3|
|MGMT 10||Introduction to Business Law||3|
|STAT 1||Introduction to Statistics||3|
When enrolled in the last of the pre-requisite courses, students must file the supplemental business application to officially apply to Business Administration as their major. Visit www.csus.edu/cba/ubac/iimpaction.html for more information.
Students who do not complete the required prerequisites as presented in the following Business Major program are subject to being administratively dropped from courses in which they are inappropriately enrolled.
|Required Upper Division (Major) Core Courses (24 Units)|
|DS 101||Data Analysis for Managers||3|
|FIN 101||Business Finance||3|
|GM 105||Strategic Management||3|
|HROB 101||The Management of Contemporary Organizations||3|
|MGMT 102||Business Communications||3|
|MIS 101||Computer Information Systems for Management||3|
|MKTG 101||Principles Of Marketing||3|
|OPM 101||Operations Management||3|
|Business Analytics Concentration (21 Units)|
|MIS 183||Business Intelligence Applications||3|
|DS 110||Data Mining for Business Analytics||3|
|DS 115||Management Science Techniques||3|
|Select four of the following:||12|
|Modern Portfolio Management|
|Introduction to Business Programming|
|Database Systems for Business|
|Business Process Engineering and ERP Configuration|
|Marketing Research and Information|
|Supply Chain Modeling and Analysis|