180 Quarter Units
The Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) program is designed to meet the educational needs of working adults in an ever-expanding global economy. The B.B.A. program emphasizes in the study of accounting, management, marketing and economics which lays a foundation for later study in business administration. Completion of the B.B.A. program requirements ensures students will comprehend the relationships among marketing, quantitative theory, accountancy, economic principles and financial, human and organizational management. This course gives students the fundamental education for career opportunities and advancement in business.
The B.B.A. program is designed for students who are strongly interested and motivated in the business field and are conscious and responsible individuals. Students who enroll in the program will be exposed to business environments during class while discussing topics critical to the career field.
• Successfully complete a minimum of 180 quarter units of the following coursework with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale:
o Complete 60 quarter units of general education courses in the following fields:
• English 12 quarter units
• Mathematics 12 quarter units
• Natural Sciences 12 quarter units
• Humanities 8 quarter units
• Social Sciences 8 quarter units
• Foreign Languages 8 quarter units
• Complete 72 quarter units of common core courses.
• Complete 48 quarter units of unrestricted elective courses.
• Successfully complete the degree requirements within the time limit.
The BBA program must be completed within 6 years from the time the student commenced the first course, as a regular student, which applies to the degree requirements. This time limit, at the option of the university, may be extended due to special extenuating circumstances.
Financial Accounting: Reporting and Analysis
4 quarter units/40 clock hours
Prerequisite: ACC102 or approval of instructorThis course will focus on the financial statement as a mean of diagnosing a company’s strengths and weaknesses enabling decisions on loans, investments, acquisitions, and employment. We will cover the economic and political forces impacting accountants. Included in the course are the topics of financial statements, analysis and data mining, balance sheets, cash flows, revenue cycle, expenditure cycle, and decision making.