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College of Arts and Sciences |
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McIntire School of Commerce
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|Introductory Accounting||6 credits|
|Principles of Economics||6 credits|
|English Composition ||3 credits|
|Mathematics ||6 credits|
|Computer Programming ||3 credits|
|Humanities/Fine Arts ||3-6 credits|
|Foreign Language ||0-14 credits|
|Social, Natural/Physical Science ||0-3 credits|
An additional three credits of English writing (not necessarily an
English course) is suggested (not required) before admission. A course
in public speaking is strongly recommended (not required) before
Three credits in statistics (from a department of mathematics) and three credits in either calculus or probability.
BASIC, PASCAL, or C++ are recommended.
Requirements as defined in the Record, College of Arts and Sciences chapter, area requirements section. Three humanities credits are required prior to enrollment. Three additional credits of humanities along with three credits of social, natural/physical sciences are required before graduation and may be taken either before or after admission to the McIntire School. The humanities and foreign language prerequisites may, under unusual circumstances be completed during the third year.
Transfer Credit Credit toward a degree is allowed for approved work completed in an accredited college or university or in other schools of this University upon presentation of a satisfactory transcript of record. However, no credit is given for a required upper-level commerce course unless such course is taken in the School of Commerce. No adjustment of transfer credit is made after the studentís first semester in the School of Commerce.
In general, credit is not granted for:
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