Academic Plan Brochure - Benedictine University

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Academic Plan Brochure - Benedictine University
Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) in Marketing/Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Management
Academic Plan
College of DuPage A.A.S. in Marketing plus additional
required coursework
Years 1, 2 and 3 COD courses
Benedictine University B.A. in Management
SEM
General Education Courses
Year 4 - Benedictine University courses
SEM
IDS 201 Catholic and Benedictine Intellectual Traditions
3
ENGLISH 1101 English Composition I*
3
IDS 301 Human Dignity or the Common Good
3
SPEECH 1100 Fundamentals of Speech Communication*
3-5
MGT 217 Group Dynamics & Learning Strategies*
3
IAI PHYSICAL SCIENCE or IAI LIFE SCIENCE**
3
CIS 127 Information Technology in Management*
3
SOCIAL SCIENCE (PSYC 1100 or SOC 1100)
3
MGT 300 Management*
3
IAI HUMANITIES (fine arts recommended)
3
MGT 268 Managing Workplace Relationships*
3
MGT 251 Business Statistics II*
3
Program Requirements
ECON 2201 Macroeconomics*
3
MGT 320 Organizational Behavior*
3
PHIL 1114 Business Ethics
3
BALT 301 Managerial Decision Making Under Uncertainty*
3
ACCT 1140 Financial Accounting*
4
MGT 303 Management Labor Relations*
3
MARKE 1170 E-Marketing
3
INTB 302 International Management*
3
MARKE 2210 Principles of Marketing*
3
MGT 323 Group Processes*
3
MARKE 2220 Principles of Selling
3
MGT 387 Management Capstone*
3
MARKE 2230 Principles of Retail
3
MARKE 2240 Advertising
3
BUSIN 1100 Introduction to Business
3
BUSLW 2211 Business Law I
3
CIS 1221 Introduction to Spreadsheets
3
CIS 1150 Introduction to Computer Information Systems
3
MANAG 2210 Principles of Management
3
PROGRAM ELECTIVES – refer to COD catalog for list of program
elective courses. Do not take BUSIN 2255 International Business.
12
3
MATH 1635 Statistics*
4
4
ECON 2202 Microeconomics*
3
ENGLISH 1102 English Composition II*
3
IAI HUMANITIES
3
IAI LIFE SCIENCE or IAI PHYSICAL SCIENCE**
3-5
Total semester credit hours transferring from COD:
90
Required coursework
All COD and Benedictine coursework listed on the Academic Plan in the enclosed pages must be completed before
the B.A. in Management can be conferred by Benedictine University. Students must have an A.A.S. in Accounting,
Management or Marketing from COD conferred and have the following three prerequisite courses completed, with a
grade of “C” or better, before enrolling in Benedictine Year 4 courses:
MATH 1428: College Algebra
MATH 1635: Statistics
PSYC 1100: Introduction to Psychology (or
SOC 1100: Introduction to Sociology)
For more detailed admissions information, sample schedules,
to obtain an application and other general information,
please visit ben.edu/codaas.
Format
Benedictine courses will be offered in a learning team format. A group of students will start and progress through the
courses together in a set schedule, taking one class at a time. Each course will last approximately five weeks and all
courses will be completed in approximately 15 months. Classes will meet at College of DuPage on Tuesday evenings
from 6:00 -10:00 p.m. Learning teams begin each spring, summer and fall term provided there are a minimum of 15
students enrolled.
Semester credit hours completed at Benedictine:
39
Total semester credit hours required to complete the entire program: (90+ 39) = 129
Notes:
* Courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better.
** Both an IAI Life Science or an IAI Physical Science course will fulfill the General Education requirement. However, both a life science and a physical science
must be completed to fulfill the requirements for the B.A. in Management program.
COD courses are listed in a recommended sequence but can be taken in any order.
Students cannot enroll in Benedictine Year 4 courses until the A.A.S. in Marketing from COD is conferred and Benedictine prerequisite courses are
successfully completed.
The A.A.S. in Marketing at COD must be completed and conferred in order to validate this plan.
All COD and Benedictine coursework listed on this Academic Plan must be completed before the B.A. in Management degree will be conferred.
A student must earn a minimum of 120 semester credit hours to qualify for graduation with a bachelor’s degree. At least 39 of the 120 semester credit hours for
graduation must be completed at Benedictine University. Students follow the degree requirements for the catalog year in which they enter Benedictine University.
Benedictine University is located in Lisle, Illinois just 25 miles west of Chicago, and has branch campuses in Springfield, Illinois and
Mesa, Arizona. Founded in 1887, Benedictine provides 55 undergraduate majors and 15 graduate and four doctoral programs. The Chronicle
of Higher Education ranked Benedictine as the No. 1 fastest-growing campus in the country among private nonprofit doctoral institutions
between 2002-2012. Forbes magazine named Benedictine among “America’s Top Colleges” for the fourth consecutive year in 2014.
For more information, call the Enrollment Center at (630) 829-6300, email [email protected] or visit ben.edu.
Benedictine University • 5700 College Rd. • Lisle, IL 60532
Benedictine University and College of DuPage (COD) have formed an innovative partnership designed to provide
a seamless transfer experience for COD students completing an Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in
Accounting, Management or Marketing. Students transition into Benedictine’s Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Management
degree program after completing approximately three years of specified COD coursework.
Refer to the Academic Plans on the following pages for specific course lists and graduation requirements. Due to the
specialized and prescribed nature of this program, it is highly recommended that students refer to these documents and
work with a COD 3+1 partner academic advisor to ensure proper course selection.
Additional Required Coursework
ACCT 1150 Managerial Accounting*
Bachelor of Arts in Management Program
The B.A. in Management program curriculum is designed to enable graduates to effectively function in increasingly
complex business environments. The program focuses on skill development in the areas of management and leadership,
group behavior, accounting and economics, marketing and project management. The program challenges students
to develop knowledge, skills and personal values through a well-planned, sequenced curriculum. Program instructors
provide extensive real-world knowledge creating the context for a meaningful educational experience and focus on
providing theory coupled with practical applications that students can use immediately. Instructional methods include
lectures, seminars, workshop activities, simulations and business case studies.
Prerequisite courses for Benedictine Year 4 courses
MATH 1428 College Algebra with Applications*
Benedictine University/College of DuPage 3+1
2014-2015
Admissions Requirements
• Completion of the A.A.S. from COD in Accounting, Management or Marketing.
•All required prerequisite courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better.
•Cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better on a 4.0 scale.
•A minimum age of 21 at time of commencing Benedictine Year 4 courses.
Application procedures
•Submit completed Adult Accelerated Undergraduate application.
•Submit official transcripts from COD and any other college or university attended. Electronic transcripts can be sent to [email protected]
•Application and supporting documents must be submitted to Benedictine University, Enrollment Center, 5700
College Rd., Lisle, IL 60532.
It is recommended that students apply to Benedictine University two terms prior to completing the A.A.S. degree.
Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) in Accounting/Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Management
Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) in Management/Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Management
Academic Plan
Academic Plan
College of DuPage A.A.S. in Accounting plus additional
required coursework
Years 1, 2 and 3 COD courses
Benedictine University B.A. in Management
SEM
General Education Courses
College of DuPage A.A.S. in Management plus
additional required coursework
Year 4 - Benedictine University courses
SEM
Years 1, 2 and 3 COD courses
Benedictine University B.A. in Management
SEM
Year 4 - Benedictine University courses
SEM
IDS 201 Catholic and Benedictine Intellectual Traditions
3
General Education Courses
IDS 201 Catholic and Benedictine Intellectual Traditions
3
ENGLISH 1101 English Composition I*
3
IDS 301 Human Dignity or the Common Good
3
ENGLISH 1101 English Composition I*
3
IDS 301 Human Dignity or the Common Good
3
SPEECH 1100 Fundamentals of Speech Communication*
3-5
MGT 217 Group Dynamics & Learning Strategies*
3
SPEECH 1100 Fundamentals of Speech Communication*
3-5
MGT 217 Group Dynamics & Learning Strategies*
3
IAI PHYSICAL SCIENCE or IAI LIFE SCIENCE**
3
CIS 127 Information Technology in Management*
3
IAI PHYSICAL SCIENCE or IAI LIFE SCIENCE**
3
CIS 127 Information Technology in Management*
3
SOCIAL SCIENCE (PSYC 1100 or SOC 1100)
3
MGT 300 Management*
3
SOCIAL SCIENCE (PSYC 1100 or SOC 1100)
3
MGT 300 Management*
3
IAI HUMANITIES (fine arts recommended)
3
MGT 268 Managing Workplace Relationships*
3
IAI HUMANITIES (fine arts recommended)
3
MGT 268 Managing Workplace Relationships*
3
Program Requirements
MGT 251 Business Statistics II*
3
Program Requirements
MGT 251 Business Statistics II*
3
ECON 2201 Macroeconomics*
3
MGT 320 Organizational Behavior*
3
ECON 2201 Macroeconomics*
3
MGT 320 Organizational Behavior*
3
PHIL 1114 Business Ethics
3
BALT 301 Managerial Decision Making Under Uncertainty*
3
PHIL 1114 Business Ethics
3
BALT 301 Managerial Decision Making Under Uncertainty*
3
ACCT 1140 Financial Accounting*
4
MGT 303 Management Labor Relations*
3
ACCT 1140 Financial Accounting*
4
MGT 303 Management Labor Relations*
3
ACCT 1150 Managerial Accounting*
4
INTB 302 International Management*
3
MANAG 2210 Principles of Management
3
INTB 302 International Management*
3
ACCOU 2205 Federal Taxation I
3
MGT 323 Group Processes*
3
MANAG 2220 Organizational Behavior*
3
MGT 323 Group Processes*
3
ACCOU 2241 Intermediate Accounting I
4
MGT 387 Management Capstone*
3
MANAG 2240 Human Resource Management*
3
MGT 387 Management Capstone*
3
ACCOU 2242 Intermediate Accounting II
4
BUSIN 1100 Introduction to Business
3
ACCOU 2251 Cost Accounting
3
BUSLW 2211 Business Law I
3
BUSIN 1100 Introduction to Business
3
CIS 1221 Introduction to Spreadsheets
3
CIS 1150 Introduction to Computer Information Systems
3
CIS 1150 Introduction to Computer Information Systems
3
OFTI 1210 Word Processing I
3
MARKE 2210 Principles of Marketing
3
PROGRAM ELECTIVES – refer to COD catalog for list of
courses – 14 semester credit hours excludes ECON 2202
listed below.
14
PROGRAM ELECTIVES – refer to COD catalog for list
of courses. Do not take BUSIN 2255 International Business.
18
ECON 2202 Microeconomics* (Program elective and
Benedictine required course)
3
Semester credit hours completed at Benedictine:
39
Prerequisite courses for Benedictine Year 4 courses
Prerequisite courses for Benedictine Year 4 courses
MATH 1428 College Algebra with Applications*
3
MATH 1635 Statistics*
4
MATH 1428 College Algebra with Applications*
3
MATH 1635 Statistics*
4
Additional Required Coursework
ACCT 1150 Managerial Accounting*
4
ECON 2202 Microeconomics*
3
3
ENGLISH 1102 English Composition II*
4
IAI HUMANITIES
3
IAI HUMANITIES
3
IAI LIFE SCIENCE or IAI PHYSICAL SCIENCE**
3-5
IAI LIFE SCIENCE or IAI PHYSICAL SCIENCE**
3
Total semester credit hours transferring from COD:
85
Total semester credit hours transferring from COD:
90
Additional Required Coursework
ENGLISH 1102 English Composition II*
Semester credit hours completed at Benedictine:
39
Total semester credit hours required to complete the entire program: (85 + 39) = 124
Notes:
* Courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better.
** Both an IAI Life Science or an IAI Physical Science course will fulfill the General Education requirement. However, both a life science and a physical
science must be completed to fulfill the requirements for the B.A. in Management program.
COD courses are listed in a recommended sequence but can be taken in any order.
Students cannot enroll in Benedictine Year 4 courses until the A.A.S. in Accounting from COD is conferred and Benedictine prerequisite courses are
successfully completed.
The A.A.S. in Accounting at COD must be completed and conferred in order to validate this plan.
All COD and Benedictine coursework listed on this Academic Plan must be completed before the B.A. in Management degree will be conferred.
A student must earn a minimum of 120 semester credit hours to qualify for graduation with a bachelor’s degree. At least 39 of the 120 credit hours
for graduation must be completed at Benedictine University. Students follow the degree requirements for the catalog year in which they enter
Benedictine University.
Total semester credit hours required to complete the entire program: (90 + 39) = 129
Notes:
* Courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better.
** Both an IAI Life Science or an IAI Physical Science course will fulfill the General Education requirement. However, both a life science and a physical
science must be completed to fulfill the requirements for the B.A. in Management program.
COD courses are listed in a recommended sequence but can be taken in any order.
Students cannot enroll in Benedictine Year 4 courses until the A.A.S. in Management from COD is conferred and Benedictine prerequisite courses are
successfully completed.
The A.A.S. in Management at COD must be completed and conferred in order to validate this plan.
All COD and Benedictine coursework listed on this Academic Plan must be completed before the B.A. in Management degree will be conferred.
A student must earn a minimum of 120 semester credit hours to qualify for graduation with a bachelor’s degree. At least 39 of the 120 semester credit hours for
graduation must be completed at Benedictine University. Students follow the degree requirements for the catalog year in which they enter Benedictine University.