Degree Requirements: 124 Credit Hours
See Core Curriculum for required courses and credit hours in Area A1 through Area E.
|General Requirements (Core Areas A - E)||42|
|Area F - Courses Appropriate to Major||18|
|Principles of Accounting I|
|Principles of Accounting II|
|Introduction to Business|
|Advanced Business Applications|
|Principles of Macroeconomics (if taken in Area E, substitute LSTD 2106)|
|Principles of Microeconomics|
|Specific Requirements Beyond Areas A1-F||24-30|
|Foundations of Business Analytics I|
|Foundations of Business Analytics II|
|Management Information Systems|
|Principles of Corporate Finance|
|Legal Environment of Business (if ECON 2105 taken in Area E, then substitute into Area F )|
|Survey of Calculus (if not taken in Area A-E)|
|Principles of Management|
|Principles of Marketing|
|Operations and Supply Management|
|Select 15 credit hours of ECON Upper Division Courses|
|Select 6 credit hours of Electives (should be chosen in consultation with the student’s advisor) unless ECON 2105 and/or MATH 1232 are used to meet requirements in Area A-E in which case students will take up to 12 credit hours of electives||6-12|
|Total Credit Hours||124|
Honors in Economics
To graduate with Honors in Economics, a student must:
- be admitted to the Honors College;
- successfully complete Research Seminar (BUSA 3610) and Business Seminar (BUSA 3620);1
- successfully complete and present an Honors Thesis or Capstone Project;
- be in good standing in the Honors College at the time of graduation.
Honors students in the College of Parker Business are strongly encouraged to take Introduction to Business (BUSA 1105) , Principles of Macroeconomics (ECON 2105) , Principles of Accounting I (ACCT 2101) , Principles of Accounting II (ACCT 2102) , Legal Environment of Business (LSTD 2106) , and Advanced Business Applications (CISM 2530).
Note: BUSA 3610 and BUSA 3620 together count toward a business degree program as 3 hours of free elective credit, meaning that business honors students have 3 hours less of free elective credit towards their degree than non-honors business students.
Undergraduate Academic Advisement at Georgia Southern is provided to all degree-seeking undergraduate students by professional advisors. Academic Advisors are located on all three Georgia Southern University campuses. Students are required to meet with their assigned Academic Advisor at least once a semester. For more information visit the Academic Advisement catalog page.