May 21, 2022
UK Core Requirements
See the UK Core section of this Bulletin for the complete UK Core requirements . The courses listed below are (a) recommended by the college, or (b) required courses that also fulfill UK Core areas. Students should work closely with their advisor to complete the UK Core requirements.
I. Intellectual Inquiry in Arts and Creativity
II. Intellectual Inquiry in the Humanities
III. Intellectual Inquiry in the Social Sciences
IV. Intellectual Inquiry in the Natural, Physical, and Mathematical Sciences
V. Composition and Communication I
VI. Composition and Communication II
VII. Quantitative Foundations
VIII. Statistical Inferential Reasoning
IX. Community, Culture and Citizenship in the USA
UK Core Hours: 28-31
*Students who have an AP English Language and Composition score of 4 or 5, an ACT English score of 32 or higher, an SAT verbal score of 720 or higher, or have been accepted into the University’s Honors Program may fulfill the Composition and Communication I and II requirement with CIS 112 /WRD 112 .
Graduation Composition and Communication Requirement (GCCR)
Graduation Composition and Communication hours (GCCR): 3
Students must complete 20-26 credit hours taken from the following courses:
Subtotal: Premajor hours: 20-26
*CIS 110 /WRD 110 , CIS 111 /WRD 111 , CIS 112 /WRD 112 and MA 123 may also be used toward partial fulfillment of UK Core requirements.
**B&E 105 is not a premajor requirement for the B.S.B.A. with a major in General Business.
The college core, a total of 18 credit hours, consists of the following courses:
Subtotal: College Core hours: 18
To graduate with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree, a student is required to have at least 21 credit hours as follows:
Subtotal: Major hours: 21
Each of the degree programs affords the student considerable opportunity and freedom of choice to take elective courses. The number of electives will vary depending on the student and their major. Each student must meet the general minimum hours for graduation. Students pursuing a second degree must have a minimum of 144 hours. A maximum of six hours of technical courses can be counted for electives. A total of four electives may be taken on a pass/fail basis if they are not being used for any other type of requirement, nor taught through the student’s major department(s).
Suggested Premajor Curriculum
** STA 296 fulfills the UK Core Statistical Inferential Reasoning requirement.
Suggested Upper-Division Finance Curriculum