College of Business Degrees, Course Scheduling and Rotation

College of Business Undergraduate Degree Program (BSBA)

The BSBA degree requires students to fulfill credit hours in the following areas:

  • General Education Curriculum
  • College of Business Core
  • Other BSBA requirements
  • Major Area of Study Requirements

Consult with your advisor prior to each registration period to ensure course scheduling.

All Southern Miss students must complete the General Education Curriculum.  Students should consult the Academic Dean’s website for the GEC course rotations on the Gulf Coast campuses. 

College of Business Core

All College of Business undergraduate students who earn the BSBA degree must complete the Business Core courses listed below.

College of Business Core Classes – Course Scheduling and Rotation

 

FALL

SPRING

ACC 200

ACC 200

ACC 220

ACC 220

BA 200

BA 200

BA 201

BA 201

BA 250

BA 250

BA 310

BA 310

ECO 201*

ECO 202*

Select any approved International course offered by the College of Business

Select any approved International course offered by the College of Business

FIN 300

FIN 300

MGT 300

MGT 300

MGT 325

MGT 325

MGT 400

MGT 400

MIS 300

MIS 300

MKT 300

MKT 300

*Consult College of Arts & Letters for course scheduling of ECO 201 and ECO 202.

OTHER BSBA REQUIREMENTS

Additional BSBA requirements are courses offered by other colleges at USM.  Course requirements and options are listed below.  Students should consult the course rotations for these classes  in the colleges indicated on the tables.

Required Courses (2 courses)

Course

College

IT 380- Writing Intensive or ENG 333

CoEP3

MAT 102

CoST2

Writing Elective or single foreign language course (Select 1 course)

Course

College

IT 200

CoEP3

IT 361

CoEP3

ENG 301

CoAL1

Social Behavioral Science Elective or single foreign language course not used previously in BSBA requirement (Select 1 course):

Course

College

ANT 101

CoAL1

ANT 221

CoAL1

ANT 331

CoAL1

FL 401

CoAL1

GHY 331

CoST2

GHY 341

CoST2

HIS 424

CoAL1

PS 350

CoAL1

1CoAL                                     College of Arts & Letters

2CoST                                     College of Science & Technology

3CoEP                                     College of Education & Psychology

 

 

MAJOR AREA OF STUDY REQUIREMENTS

All College of Business students choose a Major Area of Study.  The College of Business offers majors in accounting, general business, management, marketing, and casino resort management.  Some major areas of study require electives in the area of study; elective courses are offered in fall, spring and summer semesters.

Accounting Major Area of Study Requirements-27 hours – Course Rotations

FALL

SPRING

ACC 309

ACC 309

ACC 320

ACC 320

ACC 325

ACC 325

ACC 327

ACC 327

ACC 330

ACC 330

ACC 401

ACC 401

 

ACC 407

 

ACC 409

ACC 480

ACC 480

General Business Major Area of Study Requirements -21 hours

Select 21 hours of 300 or 400 level College of Business courses beyond the COB Core with no more than 15 hours in any of the following disciplines: ACC, BA, FIN, IB, MGT, MIS, MKT, REI, TM. 

Management Major Area of Study Requirements-21 hours – Course Rotations

FALL

SPRING

MGT 364

MGT 364

MGT 375

MGT 375

MGT 455

MGT 454

MGT 495

 

Electives in Major Area

Electives in Major Area 

 

Marketing Major Area of Study Requirements-24 hours – Course Rotations

FALL

SPRING

MKT 322

MKT 330

MKT 330

MKT 424

MKT 365

MKT 428

Electives in Major Area

Electives in Major Area

 

Casino Resort Management Major Area of Study Requirements-27 hours –

Online Degree Program – Course Rotations

FALL

SPRING

TM 340

TM 340

TM 345

TM 345

TM 378

TM 378

TM 471

TM 471

TM 472

TM 472

TM 475

TM 475

TM 478

TM 478

TM 479

TM 479

 

College of Business Graduate Degree - MBA

The College of Business offers the MBA Program on the Gulf Park campus.  This is a 33 hour graduate program with 8 required courses and 3 electives.   MBA courses are scheduled on a hybrid format on the Gulf Park campus.  Elective courses in the MBA program are offered in fall, spring and summer semesters.  These elective options include graduate courses in business, directed study courses and study abroad options.

MBA Program – 33 hours – Course Rotations for Required Courses in Program

FALL

SPRING

MBA 600

MBA 610

MBA 605

MBA 620

MBA 611

MBA 650

MBA 640

MBA 660