I. GENERAL EDUCATION (44-50 hours)

CMW: Effective, Engaged and Persuasive Communication:  Writing (6) (grade of C or better)

ENGL 101
ENGL 102 CMW and INF: Info Literacy

GFL: Global Citizenship and Multicultural Understanding: Communicating Effectively In More Than One Language: Foreign Language (0-9) (Demonstration of proficiency in one foreign language equivalent to minimal passing grade on exit exam in 122 course.)

ARP: Analytical Reasoning and Problem Solving (Any 6 hours): Any approved courses

SCI: Scientific Literacy (8): Any approved courses

AIU: Aesthetic and Interpretice Understanding: Fine Arts or Literature (3): Any approved courses

GHS: Global Citizenship and Multicultural Understanding: Historical Thinking (3): Any approved courses

CMS: Effective, Engaged, and Persuasive Communication: Spoken Component (3)

SPCH 140

GSS: Global Citizenship and Multicultural Understanding: Social Science (3): Any approved courses

VSR: Values, Ethics, and Social Responsibility(3): Any approved courses

PHIL 102: Introduction to Philosophy (3)

Additonal Arts and Sciences Electives (6) (Electives must inlude two disciplines.)


All grades must be a C or better

Required Courses (9)

PALM 493: SC Studies (3)

PALM 494: Internship (3)

UNIV P401P: Senior Capstone Experience (3)


Course                               Title

ECON 221            Introduction to Microeconomics
ECON 222            Introduction to Macroeconomics
(ECON 224 may substitute for 221 and 222)
ENGL 463            Business Writing
MGMT 371           Principles of Management
PALM 493            South Carolina Studies
(Grade of C or better required)
PALM 494            Internship
(Grade of C or better required)
PSYC 350            Industrial Psychology
RCAM 205           Introduction to Leadership
(Grade of C or better required)
SOCY 220            Elementary Statistics for Sociologists
(PSYC 227 or STAT 201* may substitute)
ITEC 264              Computer Applications in Business
*unless STAT 201 is used to fulfill general education requirement)


Select 33 credits from the following lists, with at least 9 credits from each of the three categories, and at least 12 credits at the 400 level.  All courses must be passed with a C or better. No more than 15 hours combined from MGMT, ACCT, and ECON may be selected.

Employer and Employees

MGMT 374              Management of Human Resources
MGMT 376              Organizational Behavior
PHIL 211                 Contemporary Moral Issues
PHIL 320                 Ethics
PSYC 360               Applied Psychology
PSYC 420               Survey of Developmental Psychology
PSYC 430               Survey of Social Psychology
SOCY 304               Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality
SOCY 340               Social Problems

Law, Policy, and Organizations

ACCT 324               Survey of Commercial Law
HIST 405                 Rise of Industrial America
HIST 469                 Constitutional History of the United States I
HIST 470                 Constitutional History of the United States II
JOUR 328               Principles of Public Relations
MGMT 406              International Human Resource Management
POLI 201                 American National Government
POLI 370                 Introduction to Public Administration
POLI 365                 State Government
POLI 463                 The American Chief Executive
POLI 570                 SC Government and Politics
SOCY 308               Community Organization

Workplace Dynamics

ECON 406               Labor Economics
ECON 415               Economics of American Industry
MGMT 401              Negotiation and Conflict in the Workplace
PHIL   324               Business Ethics
POLI   368               Interest Groups and Social Movements
POLI   465               Psychology and Politics
PSYC 405               Cognitive Psychology
PSYC 501               Human Factors
SOCY 311               Ecology of Human Systems
SOCY 312               Bureaucracy and Modern Society
SOCY 354               Collective Behavior
SPCH 331               Organizational Communication

IV. ELECTIVES (6 – 19 hours)

Sufficient elective credit to meet degree requirement of 120 hours. (Changes require campus advisor approval only.)