HMHS CU College of Business

HMHS CU College of Business

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HMHS CU College of Business

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 Undergraduate & MBA Degree Programs

Whether you’re studying from our palm tree-lined campus or interning at a start-up franchise, you’ll have a personalized learning experience at the College of Business.

Your expansion to a larger awareness begins with the faculty member who’s assigned to teach you and will know your name, ASAP. And we take pride in ensuring that your classroom experience will be led by qualified, engaging and professional faculty member.

Everyone wants to learn from a professional who can give them the career information they want that will help their entrepreneurship blossom to a wisdom school entrepreneurship with the declaration of their major, registering it at with registrar’s office, sooner than later, by the time they’ve earned 54 semester hours.

If you choose to take on the responsibility for it your budding entrepreneurship it will begin to show signs of blossoming with the help of a faculty member who teaches important information and explains the resources you can draw upon so your career succeeds within the local structure and once you have enough maturity to take it to the next step, the global structure can be accessed.

As you earn your bachelor’s in business, you may get the itch for international travel. From Paris to Prague, Sao Paulo to Shanghai, you have hundreds of locations and international programs to choose from. And so much to gain. We’ll provide you with a global structure so you have the chance to experience more cultures and more economy.


Undergraduate Degrees

  • Accounting (Certificate)
  • AA w/ Business Administration Conc
  • BBA – Bachelor of Business Admin
  • BBA w/ Entrepreneurship Conc
  • BBA w/ IT Management for Business Leaders Conc
  • BSA – Bachelor of Science in Accounting
  • BSBM – Bach of Science in Business Mngmt
  • BSBA – Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
  • Public Relations
  • Public Relations w/ Marketing Emph
  • Public Relations w/ Sports Communication Emph

Graduate Degrees

  • MBA – Master of Business Admin
  • MBA w/ Finance Conc
  • MBA w/ Human Res Conc
  • MBA w/ Leadership Conc
  • MBA w/ Public Admin Conc
  • MBA w/ Sports Admin Conc
  • MPA – Master of Public Admin
  • MPA w/ Human Res Conc
  • MSA – Master of Sports Admin
  • MSL – Master of Sci in Leadership
  • MSL w/ Human Res Conc

 

Department of Business Administration

Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration

Recommended Program of Study:

Bachelor of Business Administration & MBA

Freshman Year
Semester I
Preceptorial of Marketing & Management
Principles of Microeconomics
College Algebra
CC or electives
Semester II
Principles of Microeconomics
Information Systems
Survey of Calculus
Calculus I
CC or electives
Sophomore Year
Semester I
Principles of Financial Accounting
Statistics for Business and Economics
CC or electives
Semester II
Principles of Managerial Accounting
Financial Management
Fundamentals of Marketing
CC or electives
Junior Year
Semester I
Prescriptive Business Analytics
Organizational Behavior
CC or electives
Semester II
Operations Management
Business and Society
Major elective
CC or electives
Senior Year
Semester I
Business Law
Major elective
CC or electives
Semester II
Strategic Management
Major elective
CC or electives

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Master’s Degree in Business Administration

33 SEMESTER HOURS (NOT INCLUDING PRE-REQUISITES)

MBA PREREQUISITES

All accepted MBA students with a non-business undergraduate degree or with a business degree earned more than five years prior must complete the MBA entrance exam.

MBA Entrance Exam Scores (Total)

Accounting Section

Finance Section

Organizational Behavior Section

Marketing Section

Economics Section

Quantitative Analysis Section

Business Policy & Strategic Mgt. Section

If an acceptable score is not reached on this exam, students are required to complete the academic Leveling courses.

ACADEMIC LEVELING COURSES

Foundations of Microeconomics

Foundations of Accounting

Foundations of Finance

Foundations of Organizational

Behavior Foundations of Marketing

Foundations of Quantitative Research

Foundations of Business Policy

MBA CORE CURRICULUM

(21 SEMESTER HOURS) –

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE (or equivalent) SEMESTER CREDIT GRADE

Accounting Analysis for Decision Makers 3

-Economics for Managers 3

Financial Management SPRING SEMESTER ONLY 3

Quantitative Methods for Managers 3

Organizational Behavior and Effectiveness 3

Marketing Management 3

MGMT 6199 – Business Policy and Strategic Management 3

Total 21 SEMESTER HOURS

ELECTIVE COURSES (12 SEMESTER HOURS)

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE SEMESTER CREDIT GRADE

Managerial/Cost Accounting 3

Advance Auditing I 3

Gov./Municipal Acct. 3

Advanced Accounting I 3

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Department of Accounting & Finance

Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting

An Example of Recommended Program of Study for Bachelor of Accounting

Freshman Year
Semester I
Preceptorial
Principles of Microeconomics
College Algebra
CC or electives
Semester II
Principles of Macroeconomics
Information Systems
Survey of Calculus
Calculus I
CC or electives
Sophomore Year
Semester I
Principles of Financial Accounting
Statistics for Business and Economics
CC or electives
Semester II
Principles of Managerial Accounting
CC or electives
Financial Management
Fundamentals of Marketing
Junior
Semester I
Intermediate Accounting I
Cost Accounting
Prescriptive Business Analytics
Organizational Behavior
CC or electives
Semester II
Intermediate Accounting II
Accounting Information Systems
Ethics for Accountants
Operations Management
Business and Society
CC or electives
Senior
Semester I
Federal Tax Accounting I
Advanced Accounting
Business Law I
CC or electives
Semester II
Federal Tax Accounting II
Auditing
Strategic Management

 

 

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Bachelor’s Degree in Finance

Principles of Financial Accounting

Principles of Managerial Accounting
Principles of Microeconomics
Statistics for Business and Economics
Applied Regression Analysis
Information Systems
Survey of Calculus
Calculus I

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Bachelor’s Degree in Economics

 

Principles of Financial Accounting

Principles of Microeconomics
Principles of Economics
Statistics for Business and Economics
Applied Regression Analysis
 

Information Systems

Survey of Calculus (or Calculus I)
Calculus I

Prerequisite: Mathematics

 

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Economics Major (30 units)

Students majoring in economics must satisfy the USD core curriculum requirements as set forth in the catalog, Lower-Division Requirements for the major, the Professional Development Passport Program and all of the following major requirements:

Intermediate Microeconomics
Applied Econometrics
Senior Seminar

 

 

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Department of Business Management

Bachelor’s Degree in Business Managment

 

Major (18 units)

Principles of Financial Accounting
Principles of Microeconomics
Organizational Behavior
Organizational Theory and Global Leadership
Electives

Negotiation in a Global Business Environment

New Venture Finance
Family Business
Small Business Management
Business Leadership
Global Social Entrepreneurship
Digital Marketing and Social Media
Women Business

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Department of Marketing

Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing

Marketing Major (42 units)

Students majoring in marketing must satisfy the USD core curriculum requirements as set forth in this catalog, Lower-Division Requirements for the major, the Professional Development Passport Program and all of the following major requirements:

Business Component (24 units)
Prescriptive Business Analytics
Operations Management
Business and Society
Business Ethics
Financial Management
Organizational Behavior
Strategic Management
Fundamentals of Marketing
 

Marketing Component (9 units)

Marketing Research
Consumer Behavior
Marketing Strategy
 

Elective courses (9 units)

Select three of the following elective courses:
Services Marketing
Sports Marketing
Global Marketing
Professional Selling
International Business to Business Marketing
Digital Marketing and Social Media
Advertising and Promotion
Advertising Campaigns
Introduction to Public Relations
Marketing Analytics
Visual Methods for Exploring Consumer Behavior
Business of Healthcare
Advanced Marketing Project
Special Topics

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Department Real Estate

Licensing

Principles of Financial Accounting
Principles of Managerial Accounting
Principles of Microeconomics
Principles of Macroeconomics
Statistics for Business and Economics
Applied Regression Analysis
Information Systems
Survey of Calculus
Calculus I

 

Real Estate Major (39 units)

Students majoring in real estate must satisfy the USD core curriculum requirements as set forth in this catalog, Lower-Division Requirements for the major, the Professional Development Passport Program and all of the following major requirements:

Business Component (24 units)
Prescriptive Business Analytics
Operations Management
Business and Society
Business Ethics
Business Law I
Financial Management
Organizational Behavior
Strategic Management
Fundamentals of Marketing
 

Real Estate Component (9 units) 1

Principles of Real Estate
Legal Aspects of Real Estate
Financing Residential Real Estate
Commercial RE Fin & Investment
Elective Courses (6 units) 2
Select two of the following courses:
Real Estate Market Analysis
Financing Residential Real Estate
Commercial RE Fin & Investment
Commercial Real Estate Valuation
Real Estate Development
Special Topics
Internship
 

Any pre-approved elective. See pre-approved upper division elective list below 3

 

1  It is strongly recommended that a real estate major take Principles of Real Estate before other upper division required or elective real estate courses.
2  A course taken to satisfy the major’s upper division required course component may not be counted toward the major’s upper division elective component.
3 Pre-approved upper-division Elective Courses for the Real Estate Major.

Up to three units of pre-approved electives may be taken.  Money and Banking New Venture Finance

 

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Department of Entrepreneurship & Franchises

Certificate & Bachelor’s Degree

Principles of Financial Accounting
Principles of Microeconomics
Entrepreneurship and New Ventures
Innovation and Design Thinking
Electives

Negotiation in a Global Business Environment

New Venture Finance
Family Business
Small Business Management
Business Leadership
Global Social Entrepreneurship
Digital Marketing and Social Media

How to Apply for admission.

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