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Accounting Interdisciplinary Concentration (Primary 24-Hour and Secondary 18-Hour Concentrations):

Interdisciplinary students who choose Accounting as their primary area of concentration must take ACCT 2310 and ACCT 2320 and pass each with a minimum grade of ―C‖ before taking any additional accounting courses

Prerequisites and Preliminary Courses: (Count these courses as electives.) Check the catalog for prerequisites of individual courses.

Primary (24 hour) Concentration Courses
(8 total) (Check the catalog for prerequisites.)

Required Courses:

ACCT 2310, Principles of Accounting I
ACCT 2320, Principles of Accounting II

Choose six (6) of the following courses:

BUSN 3300, Personal Finance
ACCT 3340, Cost Accounting I
ACCT 3350, Cost Accounting II
ACCT 3360, Financial Management
ACCT 4310, Auditing
ACCT 4320, Federal Taxation
ACCT 4360, Fraud and Corporate Responsibility

Prerequisites and Preliminary Courses: (Count these courses as electives.)
Check the catalog for prerequisites of individual courses.

Secondary (18 hour) Concentration Courses
(6 total) (Check the catalog for prerequisites.)

Required Courses:

ACCT 2310, Principles of Accounting I
ACCT 2320, Principles of Accounting II

Choose four (4) of the following courses:

BUSN 3300, Personal Finance
ACCT 3340, Cost Accounting I
ACCT 3350, Cost Accounting II
ACCT 3360, Financial Management
ACCT 4310, Auditing
ACCT 4320, Federal Taxation
ACCT 4360, Fraud and Corporate Responsibility


Biology Interdisciplinary Concentration (Primary 24-Hour Concentration Only)

Prerequisites and Preliminary Courses: (Count these courses as electives.)

BIOL 1410/1411, Principles of Biology I
(count as general education science requirement)
CHEM 1450/1451, General Chemistry I
(count as general education science requirement)
CHEM 1460/1461, General Chemistry II
(count as general elective)
BIOL 1470/1471, Comparative Biology
(count as general elective)

Primary (24) hour Concentration Courses: (24 Hours Total)
(Check catalog for prerequisites.)

Required Courses: (16 hours)

BIOL 3300, Intelligent Design Fact or Fiction
BIOL 3440/3441, Cell and Molecular Biology
BIOL 4120, Biology Lab Assistant
BIOL 3460/3461, Principles of Ecology
CHEM 3410/3411, Biochemistry

Choose one (1) of the following sequences (A or B): (8 hours)

Sequence A: BIOL 2450/2451, Plant Biology and
BIOL 2470/2471, Human Anatomy and Physiology

Sequence B: BIOL 2470/2471, Human Anatomy and Physiology I and
BIOL 2480/2481, Human Anatomy and Physiology II


Business Administration Interdisciplinary Concentration (Primary 24-Hour and Secondary 18-Hour Concentrations)

Prerequisites and Preliminary Courses: (Count these courses as electives.)

BUSN 1330, Introduction to Business

Primary (24 hour) Concentration Courses
(8 Total) (Check the catalog for prerequisites.)

Required Courses:

ACCT 2310, Principles of Accounting I
ACCT 2320, Principles of Accounting II

Choose six (6) of the following courses:

BUSN 3300, Personal Finance
BUSN 3312, Small Business Management
BUSN 3330, Human Resource Management
BUSN 3335, Organizational Behavior
ACCT 3360, Financial Management
INBS 4350, International Business Management
One 3000-4000 BUSN elective

Secondary (18 hour) Concentration Courses
(6 Total) (Check the catalog for prerequisites.)

Required Courses:

ACCT 2310, Principles of Accounting I
ACCT 2320, Principles of Accounting II

Choose four (4) of the following courses:

BUSN 3300, Personal Finance
BUSN 3312, Small Business Management
BUSN 3330, Human Resource Management
BUSN 3335, Organizational Behavior
ACCT 3360, Financial Management
INBS 4350, International Business Management
One 3000-4000 BUSN elective


Computer Science Interdisciplinary Concentration (Secondary 18-Hour Concentration Only)

Prerequisites and Preliminary Courses: (Count these courses as electives.)

CSCI 1305, Introduction to Information Technology (count as general education requirement)
CSCI 2325, Structured Computer Programming (count as general elective)

Secondary (18 hour) Concentration Courses
(6 Total) (Check catalog for prerequisites.)

CSCI 2315, Systems Analysis and Design
CSCI 2350, Algorithms and Data Structures
CSCI 3325, Introduction to Computer Organization
CSCI 3335, Database Design and Management
CSCI 4310, Network Analysis and Design
CSCI 4320, Computer Operating Systems


Economics Interdisciplinary Concentration (Primary 24-Hour and Secondary 18-Hour Concentration)

Primary (24 hour) Concentration Courses
(8 Total) (Check the catalog for prerequisites.)

Required Courses:

ECON 2310, Principles of Economics: Macro
ECON 2320, Principles of Economics: Micro

Choose six (6) of the following courses:

ECON 3310, Managerial Economics
ECON 3320, Money and Banking
ECON 3330, Comparative Economic Systems
ECON 3335, Labor Economics
ECON 4310, History of Economic Thought
ECON 4315, Econometrics/Business Forecasting
ECON 4330, Government Regulations in Business
BUSN 3300, Personal Finance

Secondary (18 hour) Concentration Courses
(6 Total) (Check the catalog for prerequisites.)

Required Courses:

ECON 2310, Principles of Economics: Macro
ECON 2320, Principles of Economics: Micro

Choose four (4) of the following courses:

ECON 3310, Managerial Economics
ECON 3320, Money and Banking
ECON 3330, Comparative Economic Systems
ECON 3335, Labor Economics
ECON 4310, History of Economic Thought
ECON 4315, Econometrics/Business Forecasting
ECON 4330, Government Regulations in Business
BUSN 3300, Personal Finance


Marketing Interdisciplinary Concentration (Primary 24-Hour and Secondary 18-Hour Concentrations)

Prerequisites and Preliminary Courses: (Count these courses as electives.)

BUSN 1330, Introduction to Business

Primary (24 hour) Concentration Courses
(8 Total) (Check the catalog for prerequisites.)

Required Courses:

ACCT 2310, Principles of Accounting I

Choose seven (7) of the following courses:

MRKT 2330, Fundamentals of Marketing
MRKT 3316, Sales Management
MRKT 3332, Consumer Behavior
MRKT 3360, E-Commerce Marketing
MRKT 4320, Principles of Marketing Research
MRKT 4325, Public and Non-Profit Marketing
MRKT 4328, Advertising
INBS 3380, International Marketing
SPTM 4320, Sport Marketing, Sales and Promotion
3000-4000 BUSN or MRKT elective

Prerequisites and Preliminary Courses: (Count these courses as electives.)

BUSN 1330, Introduction to Business

Secondary (18 hour) Concentration Courses
(6 Total) (Check the catalog for prerequisites.)

Required Courses:

ACCT 2310, Principles of Accounting I

Choose five (5) of the following courses:

MRKT 2330, Fundamentals of Marketing
MRKT 3316, Sales Management
MRKT 3332, Consumer Behavior
MRKT 3360, E-Commerce Marketing
MRKT 4320, Principles of Marketing Research
MRKT 4325, Public and Non-Profit Marketing
MRKT 4328, Advertising
INBS 3380, International Marketing
SPTM 4320, Sport Marketing, Sales and Promotion
3000-4000 BUSN or MRKT elective


Mathematics Interdisciplinary Concentration (Primary 24-Hour or Secondary 18-Hour Concentrations)

Prerequisites and Preliminary Courses: (Count these courses as general education or general electives.

Students must satisfy prerequisites for MATH 1410, Calculus I
MATH 1410, Calculus I

Primary (24 hour) Concentration Courses
(24 Hours Total) (Check catalog for prerequisites.)

Required Courses:

MATH 2410, Calculus II
MATH 2420, Calculus III
MATH 2310, Foundations of Mathematics

Choose five (5) courses: (15 Hours Total)

MATH 3310, Linear Algebra
MATH 3320, Abstract Algebra
MATH 3330, Differential Equations
MATH 3345, Probability and Statistics II
MATH 4310, Foundations of Geometry
MATH 4320, Real Analysis

Prerequisites and Preliminary Courses: (Count these course as general education or general electives.)

Students must satisfy prerequisites for MATH 1410, Calculus I
MATH 1410, Calculus I

Secondary (18 hour) Concentration Courses
(18 Hours Total) (Check catalog for prerequisites.)

Required Courses: (4 Hours Total)

MATH 2410, Calculus II
MATH 2310, Foundation of Mathematics

Choose four (4) of the following courses: (12-13 Hours Total)

MATH 2420, Calculus III
MATH 3310, Linear Algebra
MATH 3320, Abstract Algebra
MATH 3330, Differential Equations
MATH 3345, Probability and Statistics II
MATH 4310, Foundations of Geometry
MATH 4320, Real Analysis


Psychology Interdisciplinary Concentration

(PRIMARY 24 HOUR OR 18 SECONDARY 18 HOUR CONCENTRATIONS)

Primary (24 hour) Concentration Courses
(24 hours total) (Check catalog for prerequisites.)

Prerequisites and Preliminary Courses: (Count these courses as electives.)

MATH 1310, College Algebra (count as math course in general education requirements)
MATH 1330, Probability and Statistics
PSYC 2310, General Psychology (count as social science in general education requirements)
PSYC 2350, Human Growth and Development

Primary (24 hour) Concentration Courses
(Total 8) (Check catalog for prerequisites)

Required Courses:

PSYC 2360, Foundations of Christian Psychology
PSYC 2370, Introduction to Counseling

Choose six (6) of the following courses:

CHST 3390, Pastoral Counseling
PSYC 2385, Adolescent Psychology
PSYC 3310, Current Problems in Childhood and Adolescence
PSYC 3320, Theories of Personality
PSYC 3340, Premarital and Marital Counseling
PSYC 3350, Grief and Loss Counseling
PSYC 3360, Abnormal Psychology
PSYC 4350, Cognitive Psychology
SOCY 3310, Marriage and the Family
SOCY 3330, Social Psychology

Secondary (18 hour) Concentration Courses
(18 hours total) (Check catalog for prerequisites.)

Prerequisites and Preliminary Courses: (Count these courses as electives.)

MATH 1310, College Algebra (count as math course in general education requirements)
MATH 1330, Probability and Statistics
PSYC 2310, General Psychology (count as social science in general education requirements)
PSYC 2350, Human Growth and Development

Secondary (18 hour) Concentration Courses
(Total 6) (Check catalog for prerequisites.)

Required Courses:

PSYC 2360, Foundations of Christian Psychology
PSYC 2370, Introduction to Counseling

Choose four (4) of the following courses:

CHST 3390, Pastoral Counseling
PSYC 2385, Adolescent Psychology
PSYC 3310, Current Problems in Childhood and Adolescence
PSYC 3320, Theories of Personality
PSYC 3340, Premarital and Marital Counseling
PSYC 3350, Grief and Loss Counseling
PSYC 3360, Abnormal Psychology
PSYC 4350, Cognitive Psychology
SOCY 3310, Marriage and the Family
SOCY 3330, Social Psychology


Sport Management Interdisciplinary Concentration

If a student chooses Sport Management as an Interdisciplinary concentration (primary or secondary area of concentration), the other concentration must be in Business Administration.

Prerequisites and Preliminary Courses: (Count these courses as electives.)

SPTM 1310, Introduction to Sport Management
SPTM 2330, History & Philosophy of Sport
SPTM 2340, Psychology & Sociology of Sport
SPTM 2395, Sport Organization and Administration (required for most courses below.)

Primary (24-hour) Concentration Courses
(Check the catalog for prerequisites.)

All course prerequisites must be satisfactorily completed.

Required Courses: (Note that all of the following courses (33 hours) are required for the primary concentration in Sport Management.)

SPTM 3325, Sport Ethics
SPTM 3330, Sport Law
SPTM 3335, Sport Liability and Risk Control
SPTM 3340, Sport, Recreation, and Wellness Program Development
SPTM 3350, Sport Communications
SPTM 3355, Sport Emergency Management
SPTM 3360, Sport Financing and Fund Raising
SPTM 4310, Sport Facility Design and Management
SPTM 4320, Sport Marketing, Sales, and Promotion
SPTM 4355, Sport Leadership and Staff Development
SPTM 4360, International Sport Management

Prerequisites and Preliminary Courses: (Count these courses as electives.)

SPTM 1310, Introduction to Sport Management
SPTM 2330, History & Philosophy of Sport
SPTM 2340, Psychology & Sociology of Sport
SPTM 2395, Sport Organization and Administration (required for most courses below)

Secondary (21-hour) Concentration Courses
(Check the catalog for prerequisites.)

All course prerequisites must be satisfactorily completed.

Required Courses: (Note that all of the following courses (21 hours) are required for the secondary concentration in Sport Management)

SPTM 3320, Sport Emergency Management
SPTM 3335, Sport Liability and Risk Control
SPTM 3340, Sport, Recreation, and Wellness Program Development
SPTM 4310, Sport Facility Design and Management
SPTM 4320, Sport Marketing, Sales, and Promotion
SPTM 4355, Sport Leadership and Staff Development
SPTM 4360, International Sport Management