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Business Evening Cohort (AS) Curriculum

Business Evening Cohort

The curriculum for the Business Evening Cohort program is designed for those students that have already entered the workforce and have desire to continue or start their education. The classes are designed to be mostly done online, with one face to face class during each 8 week quarter.  The face to face class meets on the WSC campus at night to minimize interference with a daytime work schedule.

For more information about the program, please contact Serena Christianson, Business Program Coordinator.

 

o   Fall I

1st 8 Weeks

ASC 100 Freshman Seminar........................................................................... 1
ACCT 200 Elements of Accounting I++ (face to face).................................. 3
HPER 100 Concepts of Fitness & Wellness................................................. 2

2nd 8 Weeks

CSCI 289 Social Implications of Computer Technology.............................. 2
PHIL 215 Contemporary Moral Issues (face to face)................................... 3

Total Credits....................................................................................................... 11

o   Spring I

1st 8 Weeks

ENGL 110 Composition I**............................................................................... 3
ACCT 201 Elements of Accounting II+++ (face to face)............................... 3

2nd 8 Weeks

ECON 201 Principles of Microeconomics...................................................... 3
PHIL 210 Ethics (face to face)........................................................................... 3

Total Credits....................................................................................................... 12

o   Summer I (all online)

ENGL 120 Composition II**............................................................................... 3
ECON 202 Principles of Macroeconomics..................................................... 3
POLS 115 American Government..................................................................... 3

Total Credits.......................................................................................................... 9

o   Fall II

1st 8 Weeks

BIOL 111 Concepts of Biology............................................................................ 3
BIOL 111 Concepts of Biology Lab.................................................................... 1
MATH 103 College Algebra^+ (face to face)..................................................... 3

2nd 8 Weeks

BADM 202 Principles of Management# (face to face)................................... 3
CSCI 101 Introduction to Computers................................................................ 3

Total Credits......................................................................................................... 13

o   Spring II

1st 8 Weeks

COMM 110 Fundamentals of Public Speaking (face to face)....................... 3
BADM 201 Principles of Marketing#.................................................................. 3 

2nd 8 Weeks

COMM 216 Intercultural Communication (face to face)................................. 3
MATH 203 Elementary Statistics+...................................................................... 3

Total Credits......................................................................................................... 12

o   Summer II (all online)

MATH 146 Applied Calculus+............................................................................. 3
ENGL 125 Introduction to Professional Writing.............................................. 3

Total Credits........................................................................................................... 6

Grand total of ........................................................................................................ 63 credits

 

** Additional prerequisite writing courses may need to be taken, dependent on student's skill level and standardized test results.  Students must successfully complete ENGL 110 with a grade of "C" or higher to enroll in ENGL 120.

+ Student can choose which course to take to fulfill this general education requirement. If the student completes the 2 wellness credits in one semester, then it would not be required for him/her to take another wellness class.  For the internship, the student chooses where to complete this at (with advisor's approval).  Elective choices must be approved by the advisor.

++ Prerequisite of ACCT 102 Fundamentals of Accounting or equivalent.

+++ Prerequisite of ACCT 200 Elements of Accounting I.

^ MATH 103 College Algebra is the minimum course needed for the math general education requirement.  If the student chooses to take a higher-level math, that is acceptable.  The other preferred courses are MATH 146 Applied Calculus and MATH 210 Elementary Statistics. Additional prerequisite mathematics courses may need to be taken, dependent on student's skill level and standardized test results.

# Can transfer as an upper-division course in accordance with North Dakota University System's Common Course Numbering.