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BSBA in General Management (requirements prior to July 1, 2015)

Humanities Requirement Specific to BSBA

Managerial or Business Communications: Straighterline (Business Communications), Saylor (Corporate Communication), Uexcel ECEP (Workplace Communication with Computers), TECEP

Social Science Requirements Specific to BSBA

Macroeconomics: Straighterline, Uexcel, ECEP, and CLEP

Microeconomics: Straighterline, Uexcel ECEP, and CLEP

Math Requirements Specific to BSBA

College Algebra or Quantitative Analysis: ALEKS (College Algebra or College Algebra with Trigonometry), Straighterline College Algebra, CLEP College Algebra, Saylor Beginning Algebra (transcribed as College Algebra), and Uexcel ECEP Quantitative Analysis

Principles of Statistics: DSST, Straighterline, ALEKS, TECEP, Propero, Sophia Learning, and UExcel ECEP

Business Core

Principles of Finance: DSST and Uexcel ECEP

Business Law: CLEP (Introductory Business Law), Uexcel ECEP, Straighterline, Saylor (Business Law and Ethics)

Business in Society or International Management: TECEP, Uexcel (Business Ethics), Straighterline (Business Ethics), or DSST (Business Ethics and Society)

Strategic Management: TECEP (Strategic Management), (not a test or Straighterline, but self-paced and cheap) Penn Foster Strategic Management (as long as it’s currently ACE-approved)

Computer Requirement: CLEP (Information Systems and Computer Applications), DSST (Introduction to Computing or Management Information Systems), and Saylor (Introduction to Computer Science I)

Introduction to Marketing: CLEP, Saylor, and Uexcel ECEP

Principles of Financial Accounting: CLEP, Uexcel ECEP, TECEP, or Straighterline (Accounting I)

Principles of Managerial Accounting: Uexcel ECEP, TECEP or Straighterline (Accounting II)

Principles of Management: CLEP, Uexcel ECEP, Saylor, and Straighterline

Area of Study Options 18 credits (Credits must be in at least three areas out of Accounting, Management, Finance, and Marketing. At least 12 credits must be upper level.)

DSST Management Information Systems Management

DSST Money and Banking - Finance

DSST, Straighterline, or Uexcel ECEP Organizational Behavior - Management

DSST or Uexcel ECEP Human Resource Management - Management

Uexcel ECEP Labor Relations - Management

Straighterline Managerial Accounting (transcribed as Cost Accounting)

Straighterline Financial Accounting (transcribed as Intermediate Accounting)

TECEP Federal Income Taxation - Accounting

TECEP Security Analysis and Portfolio Management - Finance

TECEP Financial Institutions and Markets - Finance

TECEP Marketing Communications - Marketing

TECEP Sales Management - Marketing

TECEP Advertising - Marketing

TECEP or Uexcel ECEP Operations Management - Management

TECEP Public Relations: Thought and Practice - Marketing

TECEP Negotiations and Conflict Management - Management

Saylor Business Statistics (transcribed as Operations Management) - Management

Business Elective Options 9 credits

DSST or Straighterline Introduction to Business

DSST Business Mathematics

DSST Principles of Supervision 

TEEX Cybersecurity (6 credits and free)

Any other business test or Straighterline course listed above and not used.

Note: You may be able to find cheap and self-paced Penn Foster courses to fulfill these areas as long as they are currently ACE-approved. 

Note: All Business Ethics and Business Ethics and Society tests and courses duplicate at TESC. 

 

 

 

 

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