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BSBA Degree in General Management

This chart is informational in nature and designed to help prospective students see how up to 90 credits from courses may be applied to the BSBA degree with an area of study in General Management at Thomas Edison State University. It is not an official academic evaluation. Credits earned via courses must be submitted to the University via an official transcript for credit to be awarded. Request a transcript.

Degree Requirements courses TESU Equivalencies Credits
General Education 60
Intellectual & Practical Skills 15
Written Communication
(Grade of C/CR or better)
English 104: College Comp. I
English 105: College Comp. II
ENC-101: English Comp. I
ENC: 102: English Comp. II
Oral Communication Communications 101: Public Speaking COM-209: Public Speaking 3
Quantitative Literacy Math 107: Quantitative Literacy MAT-119: Quantitative Business Analysis 3
Information Literacy English 103: Analyzing and Interpreting Literature LIT-291: Analysis & Interpretation of Literature 3
Civic & Global Learning 9
Diversity Sociology 101: Intro to Sociology SOC-101: Intro to Sociology 3
Ethics Business 108: Business Ethics PHI-384: Ethics & the Business Professional 3
Civic Engagement Political Science 102: American Government POS-110: American Government 3
Knowledge of Human Cultures 9
Humanities and/or Social Sciences History 101: Western Civilization I
History 102: Western Civilization II
History 103: US History I
HIS-101: Western Civilization I
HIS-102: Western Civilization II
HIS-113: American History I
Understanding the Physical & Natural World 4
Natural Sciences Science 102: Principles of Physical Science
Earth Science 101: Earth Science
NAS-131: Physical Science
EAS-101: General Earth Science
Mathematics Statistics 101: Principles of Statistics STA-201: Principles of Statistics 3
General Education Electives
TES-100 requirement waived for students
  Science 101: Intro to Natural Sciences PHY-101: Survey of Physics 3
  Psychology 101: Intro to Psychology PSY-101: Intro to Psychology 3
  Criminal Justice 103: Public Policy & Criminal Justice AOJ-103: Criminology 3
  Nutrition 101: Science of Nutrition BIO-208: The Science of Nutrition 3
  English 102: American Literature LIT-205: American Literature I 3
  See TESU course options for remaining electives 3
Professional Business 36
Accounting Accounting 101: Financial Accounting
Accounting 102: Intro to Managerial Accounting
ACC-101: Principles of Financial Accounting
ACC-102: Principles of Managerial Accounting
Business Law Business 103: Introductory Business Law LAW-201: Business Law 3
Computers Business 104: Info Systems and Computer Applications CIS-102: Intro to Computer Info Systems 3
Finance Finance 101: Principles of Finance FIN-301: Principles of Finance 3
Management Business 101: Principles of Management MAN-301: Principles of Management 3
Marketing Business 102: Principles of Marketing MAR-301: Intro to Marketing 3
Business/Society Business 308: Globalization & International Management MAN-372: International Management 3
Economics Economics 102: Macroeconomics Economics 101: Principles of Microeconomics ECO-111: Macroeconomics
ECO-112: Microeconomics
Communications Business 113: Business Communication COM-300: Intro to Business Communication 3
Strategic Management (Capstone) n/a BUS-421: Strategic Management 3
Area of Study: General Management
Students must complete one course from three of the following areas. At least 12 credits within the specialization must be at the 300-400 level. A total of 18 credits with a grade of C/CR or better are required.
Accounting See TESU course options for this requirement  
Finance See TESU course options for this requirement  
Management See TESU course options for this requirement  
Marketing See TESU course options for this requirement  
Electives See all TESU course options for electives 6
Total 120

Credits earned via courses must be submitted to the University via an official transcript for credit to be awarded and included on an official academic evaluation. To receive an official academic evaluation of transfer credits, you must apply to Thomas Edison State University.

The University Catalog contains academic policies governing the acceptance and application of transfer credit.