LIA 101 offered by The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences fulfills this requirement. an ASU degree program depends on the requirements of the department, to save your search results for later use. Science and Society: All students pursuing a bachelor of science degree in The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences must complete the two-course Science and Society requirement. Complete ENG 101 OR ENG 105 OR ENG 107 course(s). See the. Arizona State University offers over 350 academic undergraduate programs and majors led by expert faculty from highly ranked colleges and schools. Upper Division International Business Course- select one course (3 credit hours), Business Skills Courses - No Grades of D or E, Corporate Engagement and Strategic Partnerships, CIS 105: Computer Applications and Information Technology (CS), Humanities, Arts and Design (HU) AND Historical Awareness (H), COM 100: Introduction to Human Communication (SB), COM 259: Communication in Business and the Professions, MAT 211: Mathematics for Business Analysis, ACC 231: Uses of Accounting Information I, WPC 248: Sophomore Career Narrative Design, CIS 235: Introduction to Information Systems, ACC 241: Uses of Accounting Information II, CIS 325: Fundamental Techniques for Business Data Analytics, CIS 365: Business Database Systems Development, MKT 300: Marketing and Business Performance, Upper Division Humanities, Arts and Design (HU) AND Cultural Diversity in the U.S. (C), CIS 315: Introduction to Business Data Analytics, CIS 355: Business Data Warehouses and Dimensional Modeling, Upper Division International Business Course, WPC 300: Problem Solving and Actionable Analytics, LES 305: Business Law and Ethics for Managers, MGT 300: Organization and Management Leadership, WPC 448: Senior Career Transition Management, AGB 302: International Management and Agribusiness (G), ECN 306: Survey of International Economics (SB & G), MGT 302: Principles of International Business (G), SCM 463: Global Supply Chain Management (G), COM 207: Introduction to Communication Inquiry, COM 312: Communication Conflict and Negotiation, COM 430: Leadership in Group Communication, COM 453: Communication Training and Development, COM 465: Intercultural Communication Workshop, ENG 210: Introduction to Creative Writing, ENG 213: Introduction to the Study of Language, JPN 414: Introduction to Classical Japanese, MAT 243: Discrete Mathematical Structures, MAT 410: Introduction to General Topology, MAT 443: Introduction to Abstract Algebra, MAT 462: Applied Partial Differential Equations, ROM 313: Romanian Composition and Conversation, ROM 314: Romanian Composition and Conversation, SPA 486: Chicano/a Novel: Última Rafa y Lala, ACC 261: Honors Fundamentals of Financial Accounting, ACC 271: Honors Fundamentals of Managerial Accounting, CIS 236: Honors Introduction to Information Systems (CS), MAT 270: Calculus with Analytic Geometry I (MA), MAT 271: Calculus with Analytic Geometry II (MA), An SAT, ACT, Accuplacer, IELTS or TOEFL score determines placement into first-year composition courses, Mathematics Placement Assessment score determines placement in mathematics course, ASU 101 or college-specific equivalent First-Year Seminar required of all first-year students. Business Skills Courses: No Grades of D or E. Complete CIS 105 with a grade of "C" or better. Please consult the Schedule of Classes for prerequisite requirements before registration to determine if you are eligible to take the course. At least 2 courses must be upper-division. Computer/Statistics/Quantitative Applications (CS). Arizona State University offers over 350 academic undergraduate programs and majors led by expert faculty from highly ranked colleges and schools. General Studies designations listed on the major map are current for the 2020 - 2021 academic year. General Studies designations listed on the major map are current for the 2020 - 2021 academic year. ASU highly encourages undergraduate students to select a major at the time of application. Foundation of Behavior: Before graduation, students must complete at least 12 credit hours of coursework from disciplines related to psychology. Complete MAT 210 with a grade of "C" or better. Students pursuing concurrent degrees within W. P. Carey cannot share coursework in the major. Complete ACC 241 with a grade of "C" or better. A student must speak with an advisor in order to be added to a fast track plan. Complete MAT 211 with a grade of "C" or better. Complete ECN 211 OR ECN 212 with a grade of "C" or better. No more than 6 hours (total) from the following course list may be used to fulfill this requirement: PSY 384, PSY 399, PSY 484, PSY 492, PSY 493, PSY 499. All students pursuing a BS or BSP degree in The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences must complete two courses from the Science and Society list found at. keep in mind that the applicability of a specific transfer course toward Mathematics Placement Assessment score determines placement in mathematics course. Each distinctive academic program exemplifies the hallmark of ASU: an exceptional education inspired by vision, scholarship, and creativity. At ASU a large majority of students who went on to medical schools have majored in biology, chemistry, psychology, physics and engineering. Courses that qualify as meeting the General Studies course requirements can be any non-business university General Studies course (C, CS, G, H, HU, L, MA, SB, SG, SQ) or any course from the additional lists below. No more than 3 credit hours of PSY 394 may be used to fulfill the 9 credit hours of PSY electives. See your, Continuing first-year students will take WPC 248, after completing WPC 148. All ASU graduate and undergraduate academic programs are fully accredited by the North Central Association Higher Learning Commission. Please Complete Cultural Diversity in the U.S. (C) AND Global Awareness (G) AND Historical Awareness (H) course(s). Complete ACC 231 with a grade of "C" or better. Complete First-Year Composition requirement. Many programs also have additional accreditation through specialized accrediting agencies. ASU 101 or college-specific equivalent First-Year Seminar required of all first-year students. Continuing undergraduate students: Contact an advisor in the major you are interested in pursuing to determine eligibility and to complete the change of major process. Community Solutions. Complete an in person or virtual practice interview with your, All upper-division Business Core classes (including International A list of all approved courses and the requirement guidelines may be found. PSY Elective: Before graduation, students must complete 3 additional PSY elective courses (9 credit hours). to save your search results for later use. No more than 3 credit hours of PSY 394 may be used to fulfill the 9 credit hours of PSY electives. Complete Cultural Diversity in the U.S. (C) AND Global Awareness (G) AND Historical Awareness (H) course(s). Business course) must be completed before enrolling in WPC Select courses from: ASB, ASM, BIO, GCU, HPS, PHI, SOC. PSY Upper Division Elective: Before graduation, students must complete 3 additional PSY courses (9 credit hours). Transfer Computer/Statistics/Quantitative Applications (CS). agreements that guarantee the completion of university level Newly readmitted students prior to registration: Call Undergraduate Admissions at 480-965-7788.