Undergraduate Degrees

Bachelor of Art (B.A.) Management Concentration
Six Courses - 24 Units

3 Courses (12 units):

  • Mgmt 335 Business and Society (4 units)
  • Mgmt 350 Administrative Communication (4 units)
  • Mgmt 455 Human Resources Management (4 units)

And 3 Courses (12 units) chosen from ONE of the specialty areas:

  • Mgmt 402 Studies in Organizational Behavior (4 units)
  • Mgmt 405 International Management (4 units)
  • Mgmt 406 International Business Law (4 units)
  • Mgmt 442 Small Business Management (4 units)
  • Mgmt 451 Organization & Management Theory (4 units)
  • Mgmt 452 Leading Effectively and Ethically (4 units)
  • Mgmt 457 Industrial & Labor Relations (4 units)
  • Mgmt 459 Work Group Management (4 units)
  • Mgmt 515 Business Consulting (4 units)
  • Mgmt 575 Internship in Management (4 units)
  • Mgmt 590 Seminar in Management (2-4 units)

Students concentrating in Management may not also concentrate in Human Resources Management

AND
Mgmt 998 (Baccalaureate Reflective Essay) is required for the Management Concentration. This needs to be taken your last quarter & will require department consent. See department office for additional info.

Bachelor of Art (B.A.) Human Resources Management
Six Courses - 24 Units

4 Courses (16 units)

  • Mgmt 455 Human Resources Management (4 units)
  • Mgmt 457 Industrial and Labor Relations (4 units)
  • Mgmt 458 Fair Employment Practices (4 units)
  • Mgmt 470 Strategic Human Resources Management (4 units)

And 1 Course (4 units) chosen from:

  • Mgmt 456 Developing and Effective Workforce (4 units)
  • Psyc 355 Industrial Psychology (4 units)

And 1 course (4 units) chosen from:

  • HSCI 381 Occupational Safety (4 units)
  • HSCI 436 Human Resources Mgmt Health Care (4 units)
  • Mgmt 459 Work Group Management (4 units)
  • Mgmt 575 Internship in Management (4 units)
  • PA 305 Orgs in Multicultural & Diverse Societies (4 units)
  • PA 462 Public Personnel Administration (4 units)

AND
MGMT 998 (Baccalaureate Reflective Essay) is required for the Entrepreneurial Management Concentration. This needs to be taken your last quarter & will require department consent. See department office for additional info.

Bachelor of Art (B.A.) Entrepreneurial Management Concentration
Six Courses - 24 Units

Over the last thirty years, the entrepreneurial spirit has transformed the business world. Entrepreneurs have been the driving force of the transformation, creating new ventures, technologies, jobs, and wealth. Today, more than ever, pursuing an entrepreneurial venture offers the greatest opportunity for personal fulfillment and career success.

The Department of Management offers a concentration in Entrepreneurship consisting of a wide variety of specialized courses essential for enabling students to build their "toolkit" of entrepreneurial skills. CSUSB is the only university in the Inland Empire to offer an undergraduate concentration in Entrepreneurial Management.

The B.A. Concentration in Entrepreneurial Management consists of the following courses:

4 Courses (16 units)

  • Mgmt 543 Entrepreneurial Opportunity Analysis (4 units)
  • Mgmt 544 New Venture Development (4 units)
  • Mgmt 545 Entrepreneurial Resource Requirements (4 units)
  • Mgmt 549 Launching Entrepreneurial Venture (4 units)

And 2 Courses (8 units) chosen from

  • Fin 420 Entrepreneurial Finance (4 units)
  • Mgmt 442 Small Business Management (4 units)
  • Mgmt 455 Human Resources Management (4 units)
  • Mgmt 515 Business Consulting (4 units)
  • Mgmt 541 Commercializing Entrepreneurial Innovation (4 units)
  • Mgmt 547 Managing A Growing Business (4 units)
  • Mgmt 575 Internship in Management (4 units)
  • Mktg 430 Professional Selling & Sales Management (4 units)
  • Mktg 460 Retailing (4 units)
  • Mktg 530 Strategic Entrepreneurship (4 units)

AND
MGMT 998 (Baccalaureate Reflective Essay) is required for the Entrepreneurial Management Concentration. This needs to be taken your last quarter & will require department consent. See department office for additional info.

Bachelor of Science (B.S.) International Business Concentration
Eleven Courses - 44 Units

4 Courses (16 units):

  • Fin 433 International Business Finance (4 units)
  • Mgmt 405 International Management (4 units)
  • Mgmt 406 International Business Law (4 units)
  • Mktg 470 International Marketing Management (4 units)

12-units taken from THREE 200-level or higher foreign language courses chosen from: Arabic, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Spanish, or others if approved by the Dept. Chair

Breadth Elective 1 Course (4 units) chosen from:

  • Admn 575 Internship (4 units)
  • Admn 590 Seminar in Administration (4 units)
  • Anth 470 Globalization and Culture (4 units)
  • Comm 471 International Communication (4 units)
  • Econ 430 International Economics (4 units)
  • Econ 435 Multinational Corporations (4 units)
  • PSCI 540 Seminar in Comparative Politics (4 units)
  • PSCI 590 Seminar in International Relations (4 units)
  • SSCI 515 Model United Nations (4 units)

Select 3 Courses (12 units) from Specialty area: Functional, Regional, OR Study Abroad:

Functional Specialty Requirements (12 Units in any one funtion):

Entrepreneurial Management

  • Mgmt 543 New Venture Opportunity Analysis (4 units)
  • Mgmt 544 New Venture Development (4 units)
  • Mgmt 549 Launching the Entrepreneurial Venture (4 units)

Management

  • Mgmt 335 Business and Society
  • Mgmt 350 Administrative Communications (4 units)
  • AND Four (4) units of any upper-division Mgmt course

Finance

  • FIN 432 Financial Institutions and Capital Formation (4 units)
  • FIN 435 Investment Analysis (4 units)
  • AND Four (4) units of any upper-division FIN course

Marketing

  • Mktg 410 Consumer Behavior (4 units)
  • Mktg 416 Marketing Research (4 units)
  • AND Four (4) units of any upper-division Mktg course

Human Resources

  • Mgmt 455 Human Resources Management (4 units)
  • Mgmt 459 Work Group Management (4 units)
  • Mgmt 470 Strategic Human Resources Management (4 units)

Sports and Entertainment Marketing

  • Mktg 525 Sports and Entertainment Marketing (4 units)
  • Mktg 550 Advanced Sports Mktg Planning and Strategy (4 units)
  • Mktg 555 Advanced Entertainment Mktg Planning and Strategy (4 units)

Information Management

  • Info 274 Database Management and Policies (4 units)
  • Info 275 Information Networking and Security (4 units)
  • AND Four (4) units of any upper-division Info course

Supply Chain and Transportation Management

  • SCM 305 Enterprise Resource Planning (4 units)
  • SCM 480 Quality Management (4 units)
  • AND Four (4) units of any upper-division SCM course

Regional Specialty Requirements

(12 Units chosen from):

8 units chosen in any ONE area below:

Asia:

  • Anth 358 People in the Middle East (4 units)
  • Anth 362 Peoples of Asia (4 units)
  • Fin 555 Business and Trade in Asia (4 units)
  • Hist 434 East Asia Since World War II (4 units)
  • Hum 328 Asian Cultural Traditions (4 units)
  • Hum 375 The World of Islam (4 units)
  • Phil 375 Non-Western Philosophy (4 units)
  • PSCI 305 East Asian Politics (4 units)
  • PSCI 308 Govern and Politics of the Middle East (4 units)
  • SSCI 300 Nonwestern World (4 units)
  • SSCI 516 Model Arab League (4 units)

Europe:

  • Hist 503 Europe Since 1945 (4 units)
  • Mgmt 408 Managing Europe (4 units)
  • PSCI 304 East European Political Systems (4 units)
  • PSCI 590 Politics of the European Community (4 units)

Latin America:

  • Anth 354 Cultures of Mexico and Latin America (4 units)
  • Anth 356 Cultures of South America (4 units)
  • Econ 540 Political Economy of Latin America (4 units)
  • Hist 465 Modern Central America (4 units)
  • Hist 466 Foreign Relations of Latin America (4 units)
  • Hist 470 Modern Latin America (4 units)
  • Mgmt 407 Comparative Management Systems (4 units)

AND FOUR UNITS OF INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE IN THE CHOSEN REGION:

  • Admn 575 Internship (4 units)
  • OR
    Admn 590 Seminar in Business Admin (4 units)

Study Abroad Specialty (12 Units):

Twelve units of upper-division courses in business taken abroad. The courses must be approved by the Global Management Center.

AND (for ALL specialties):
&will require department consent. See department office for additional info.

For Further Information Contact:
Laura L. Estrada, Department Coordinator

Phone: (909) 537-5731
E-mail: laurae@csusb.edu