The Business Administration major may offer concentrations in Accounting, Finance, Information Systems, Marketing and Management. A complete list of concentrations offered could be found in the catalog of the campus you choose to attend. Because Business Administration is a popular major, most schools and colleges have special application deadlines or screening procedures. Below are some examples of the lower division courses required for the major. For a complete list see either the Career Center or Transfer Center.

UC Irvine
Minimum GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Students who satisfactorily complete required
lower-division courses  will be given preference
for admission.

ACCT 101, 102
ECON 101 and 102
MATH 103 and 104, 136

CSU Long Beach
Accountancy, Finance, Human Resources Management, International Business, Management,  Marketing, Operations and Supply Chain. All majors are impacted.
ACCTG 101 and 102
ECON 101, 102
MATH 112, 136
CS/IS 101 or102
PHIL  117

CSU Los Angeles
ENGL 104 - University Requirement
ACCTG 101, 102
BUSAD 120
CS/IS 101
ECON 101,102
MATH 136

CSU Northridge
ACCTG 101 or (105 and 106), 102
BUSAD 120, 106
ECON 101, 102
MATH  112 or 103
MATH 136
CS/IS 101 or 115 or CABOT 260

Cal Poly Pomona
Management, Human Resources
Technology and Operations Management
E-Business
ACCTG 101 or (105 and 106), 102
BUSAD 120
ECON 101, 102
MATH 112, 136
CS/IS 101 or 115

Additional course required for Finance Real Estate & Law option:
ENGL 102 or 104

Additional course required for Marketing option:
PSYCH 101 or 110

Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
Business Administration
BUSAD 120
ACCT 101, 102
ECON 101, 102
MATH 112, 136

CSU Dominguez Hills
ACCTG 101, 102
BUSAD 120
ECON 101, 102
CS/IS 101
MATH 136

San Diego State*
Minimum GPA 2.9
ECON 101, 102
MATH 136
*Caution: We do not have an agreement with SDSU. San Diego State courses need to be approved (some might not) once admitted. Be prepared to submit a syllabus for each course taken.

UC Berkeley
Must complete by Spring prior to starting at Berkeley
Do not follow IGETC
BUSAD 101
MATH 103, 104, 136
ECON 101 and 102
ENGL 101 and 102
UC Berkeley Business Administration Worksheet
College of Letters and Science  7course breadth requirements
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For a list of course information visit assist.org
Arts & Literature
Biological Sciences
Historical Studies
International Studies
Philosophy & Values
Physical Sciences
Social & Behavioral Sciences
One foreign language 102 course: Armenian, French, German, Italian, Japan, Korean  or Spanish

  • Receiving a grade of C- or higher in high school
    courses comparable to the third year level of any
    language other than the language of high
    school instruction.
  • For many students who attended high school
    outside of the United States, and English is not
    the language of instruction, then English is your
    foreign language. For example, if you went to
    high school in China where the language of
    instruction was Mandarin and took the 3rd level
    of English, then English is considered your
    foreign language.
  • Passing a college course comparable to the
    second semester of a foreign language as
    taught at Berkeley.
  • Achieving a score of 590 on the SAT II Foreign
    Language Subject Exam.
  • Achieving a score of 3 or better on any AP Exam
    in a language other than English.
  • Obtaining a grade of C or better on the General
    Certificate "A" or "O" Level Foreign Language
    Exam.

UC Riverside
IGETC is strongly recommended
Minimum
GPA 2.7 or higher in UC Transferable courses, 2.5 GPA in major prep.

ACCTG 101
BUSAD 101
CS/IS 101
ECON 101, 102
MATH 112 or 103
MATH 136
Note: Students who complete a the second semester of accounting (ACCT 102) prior to transfer will receive subject credit for UCR's upper division course BUS 108 "Financial Evaluation and Managerial Analysis", which is a required course for the Business Administration major. Although students who choose to complete a lower division managerial accounting course prior to transfer will not be required to take BUS 108 after transfer, they will still need to attain a minimum number of upper division units at UCR for the Business Administration degree.

University of Southern California
ENGL 101 and 102 or 104
MATH 112 or 103 

Loyola Marymount University

Optiions in the following: Enterpreneurship, Finance, Management and Marketing,
Applied Information Management Systems
ACCTG 101, 102
BUSAD 120 and 125
ECON 101


NOTE:
AGREEMENTS CONCERNING TRANSFER ARE CONSTANTLY BEING UPDATED, THEREFORE, THE STUDENT IS CAUTIONED TO CHECK WITH A COUNSELOR OR THE TRANSFER CENTER FOR CURRENT TRANSFER INFORMATION.

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