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Business Administration Degree Student Advising

During a designated period, students are expected to be in contact with their assigned advisor. The role of the advisor is to help the student choose courses that will lead them toward their degree while still meeting the interests, career goals, and scheduling restraints of the student. Students may find this document on how to register for their courses helpful: Student Advising

The BSBA (Bachelor of Science, Business Administration) Degree Curriculum has two phases. The first phase is known as the "Business Core", and students are expected to take general education requirements as well as the seven business core courses.

Core Courses
ACC 121:  Financial Accounting
ACC 122:  Managerial Accounting (prerequisites:  ACC 121 and BUS 171)
BUS 120:  Principles of Business Statistics
                (prerequisite: minimum grade of "C" in MAT 105 or MAT 121)
BUS 131:  Business Law I
BUS 171:  Business Information Systems
ECO 011:  Macroeconomics
ECO 012:  Microeconomics

Students must complete the 7 Business Core courses with a grade point average no lower than a 2.00. Once students have completed the core, they can declare their major. You can find the majors under the Undergraduate Study course offerings.

General Graduation Requirements for the College of Business

 To graduate with a degree in Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA), 
  a student must:

1. Successfully complete at least 120 semester hours as specified by degree

2. Satisfy all requirements of General Education

3. Satisfy all course requirements in the major

4.  Attain a cumulative grade point average no lower than a 2.00 in  all courses
     completed at Kutztown University

5.  Attain a grade point average no lower than a 2.00 in all courses completed in the    
     student's major