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  • Introduction
  • Bachelor of Business
  • Policies Concerning
  • BBA/MAcc Plan
  • Minors in Business and

  • Undergraduate Course
    of Study

  • Requirements:
    1. Non-Business Foundation
    2. Business Foundation
    3. Business Core
    4. Major Option

  • Accounting
  • Economics and

  • Information and
    Decision Sciences

  • Marketing and

    Dr. Frank Hoy, Dean
    Dr. Robert D. Tollen ,
    Associate Dean
    Dr. John Starner, Director
    of Undergraduate
    Programs in Business

    Business Administration Bldg., Room 101
    Phone: (915) 747-5241
    Fax: (915) 747-5147

  • Policies concerning admission to and completion of BBA degree programs

    1. Students entering the College of Business Administration will be designated as Pre-Business majors until they have completed the requirements for admission to a major option program offered by the College. In order to declare as a Pre-Business major, the student must file a degree plan in the Office of the Dean.

    2. Admission to a major option program is limited to those students who meet the following requirements:

      1. Completion of the Non-Business Foundation Requirements and the Business Foundation Requirements as described in the "Undergraduate Course of Study" for the Bachelor of Business Administration.

      2. Completion of the following courses (or their equivalent) with a minimum grade of "C": ACCT 3201, 3202; ECON 3203, 3204; ENGL 3112; MATH 3120 and MATH 3201; QMB 3201.

      3. An overall grade point average of 2.0 or greater in all hours attempted.

    3. Upon completion of requirements in item 2, the student will be admitted to one of the major option programs offered by the College of Business Administration. Upon admission, the major code will be changed from Pre-Business to the major option code for the program.

    4. Enrollment in the upper-division level courses offered by the College of Business Administration is restricted to those students who have been admitted to one of the BBA major option programs. Permission for concurrent enrollment in lower-division courses in item 2-a and upper-division business courses is granted only once and written permission by the Advisor is required. Upper- division business courses taken by a Pre-Business major without written permission of the Advisor will be counted as business electives only, and other approved upper-level business courses will be designated to complete the degree requirements.

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    5. A freshman-level course may be repeated once and the latter grade substituted for a previous grade in the student's grade point average (GPA) calculation. Grades and attempted hours for other repeated courses will be used in computing the grade point average.

    6. Only those transfer credits with grade of "C" or better will be accepted for credit toward the BBA degree.

      Courses taken at two-year institutions or as a requirement for a two-year degree are accepted by the College of Business Administration as transfer credits for lower-division courses only, provided they received an "ENB" designation from the Admission Office. Courses taken at four-year accredited institutions and designated as lower-division courses may be accepted as upper-division credits, if the course is taught at the upper-division level at UTEP and has received additional validation from the Office of the Dean.

      The applicability of transfer credits to the degree plan is determined by the Office of the Dean.

    7. To complete the degree, a student must comply with the following: Complete the required course of study as outlined below. Follow University academic regulations as stated elsewhere in this catalog. Earn a 2.0 grade point average in all courses attempted within the College of Business Administration. Note: Accounting majors must also earn a 2.0 or better GPA average in ACCT 3321 and accounting courses listed in the Accounting Option Requirement.

    8. A graduating senior must file an application for the degree with the Office of the Dean before the semester of graduation. Students are responsible for setting an appointment to clear for graduation during announced times.

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    9. Students working toward the BBA degree may not enroll on a pass/fail basis in any course taught in the College of Business Administration.

    10. Six of the last 30 hours needed to complete the BBA degree may be taken at another university; however, the student must receive written approval from the Office of the Dean before enrolling at the other institution.

    11. MGMT 3400, Strategic Management, may be taken only during the semester or summer term in which the degree is to be conferred. Approval of the Undergraduate Advisor is required for enrollment in this course.

    12. Non-BBA students wishing to take upper-division business courses must be advised in the College of Business, Room 102. Students wishing to take upper- division courses must have junior standing (60 credit hours) and a 2.0 cumulative GPA and must have completed the stated prerequisites for the course.

    13. Students must complete 50 percent or more of their College of Business Administration credit hours at UT El Paso.

    14. Students may pursue more than one major option by completing all requirements, including Major Option Requirements, for all major options selected.

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