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First Year Guide - Business Majors

Majors

Accounting, Banking and Finance, Business Administration, Healthcare Administration, Management Information Systems

 
Core Requirements: Major-Specific
(for information on other Core requirements, click here)
Oral Communication BADM 215, Business Communication
Quantitative Reasoning MATH 123, College Algebra. (Depending on placement scores, students may be required to take MATH 121, Introduction to College Algebra.)
Scientific Literacy-Natural Science** Any Core natural science sequence.
Scientific Literacy-Social Sciences ECON 212, Principles of Microeconmics
Other Typical First-Year Courses
MIS 211, Business Software Applications, is required of all Business majors. It has no pre-requisites and is often taken by first-year students.
Typical First-Year Schedule 1

First Semester

Hrs   Second Semester Hrs
UNIV 101, Freshman Seminar I 1   UNIV 102, Freshman Seminar II 1
ENGL 110, English Composition I 3   ENGL 120, English Composition II 3
MATH 121, Introduction to College Algebra 4   MATH 123, College Algebra 4
PHIL 110, Critical Thinking 3   Humanities and Creative Arts Core Course 3
HCM 200, Ethics for Health Professionals 3   BADM 210, Introduction to Global Literacy 3
ENTR 100, Entrepreneurship Thinking 2  
Total 16     14
Typical First-Year Schedule 2

First Semester

Hrs   Second Semester Hrs
UNIV 101, Freshman Seminar I 1   UNIV 102, Freshman Seminar II 1
ENGL 110, English Composition I 3   ENGL 120, English Composition II 3
MATH 123, College Algebra 4   Natural Science Core Course 4
PHIL 110, Critical Thinking 3   ECON 212, Microeconomics 3
HCM 200, Ethics for Health Professionals 3   Humanities and Creative Arts Core Course 3
ENTR 100, Entrepreneurship Thinking 2  
Total 16     14

*Informal guide for first-year students. For complete program information, see the FSU Undergraduate Catalog.
**Italics indicate courses typically taken during the second year.

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