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  Dec 17, 2017
 
 
    
2016-2017 Academic Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Spanish B.A., Minor in Business Administration


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This program provides an opportunity for students to earn a BA degree with a major in Spanish and a minor in Business Administration. Students who complete this program with a grade point average of 3.0 or better and score an overall 450 or more with 20th percentile partial scores in quantitative and verbal areas, and a 3.5 in analytical writing on the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) are assured admission to the MBA program. Students with a grade point average below 3.0 may be considered for admission by the MBA Director. Please see the complete program description found in the Spanish section of Modern Languages .

Students completing this program with appropriate grade point averages earn a Bachelor of Arts degree from Stanislaus State with a major in Spanish and a minor in Business Administration. Students in the Business Administration program who earn Stanislaus State grade point averages of 3.00 or better and scores of 450 or more on the GMAT are assured admission to the MBA program after graduation. Students with a grade point average below 3.0 may be considered for admission by the MBA Director as specified in this catalog.

The Stanislaus State Bachelor of Arts degree requires 120 units. The minor in Business Administration requires 33 units. By also taking MGT 3400 students will have met the MBA foundation course requirement through completion of all undergraduate equivalent courses. The Spanish major requires 24 upper-division units. The program assumes that the student has met all basic skills requirements upon entrance to the university.

This program listing is a sample only and does not constitute a guarantee that each course will be offered in the semester indicated. It is the student's responsibility to ascertain course availability for any given semester.

Students who are unable to carry the suggested number of units each semester are advised to take some of the General Education courses during Winter Term. Students who have learned Spanish in high school or at home may be able to enter the major at a more advanced level. See the Modern Languages Department  for placement procedure.

The four Business courses listed for the third and fourth years may be taken in any order after students have completed the second year of the program. OM 3020 must be taken after MGT 3310.

Requirements


(125-129 total program units)

1. Complete the following:


(first year, first semester, 16 units)

  • General Education Area A1, 3 units
  • General Education Area C1, 3 units

2. Complete the following:


(first year, second semester, 16 units)

  • General Education Area A2, 3 units
  • General Education Area C, 3 units

4. Complete the following:


(second year, second semester, 14-16 units)

  • General Education Area D1a, 3 units
  • General Education Area B2, 2-4 units

5. Complete the following:


(third year, first semester, 15-17 units)

  • General Education Area B1, 3-5 units
  • General Education Area F2, 3 units

6. Complete the following:


(during winter intersession, third year, 3 units)

8. Complete the following:


(fourth year, first semester, 15 units)

  • Two Spanish elective courses for 6 units
  • General Education Area D1b, 3 units

9. Complete the following elective:


(during winter intersession, fourth year, 3 units)

10. Complete the following:


(fourth year, second semester, 15 units)

  • One Spanish elective for 3 units
  • General Education Area D2b, 3 units
    (Suggested: ETHS 2100, GEOG 2020, or GEOG 2410)
  • General Education Area F1, 3 units

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