Kenneth W. Monfort College of Business
Contact: Milan Larson, Ph.D., Chair
Location: Kepner 1090
Freshmen and sophomore students must consult with their advisor each semester prior to registering. Juniors and seniors are not required, but are encouraged, to meet with their assigned emphasis advisor prior to registration each semester.
The assigned advisor is available through the Ursa login; ursa.unco.edu; under Student tab Academic Profile channel and is term specific. If no advisor is listed, contact the Management Program Office for advisor information, 970.351.2088.
The program consists of three parts:
- Liberal Arts Core (LAC) Credits
- Required Major Credits
- University-Wide Credits
Management is a dynamic field encompassing a wide variety of career choices. Through coursework in the Management emphasis, students will learn to think strategically about organizations and how they interact with the environment. Students will gain an understanding of people and how to recruit, select, and lead them in an organizational setting. Students will also learn how to manage in a global environment and to be socially responsible and ethical in their business dealings.
The primary objective of the Management Emphasis is to prepare students for entry-level management positions in business, not-for-profit organizations, and government. The emphasis also prepares students for continuing education in MBA or other relevant master’s degree programs.
Program Admission Requirements:
- Incoming freshman admission standards are based on the Colorado Commission of Higher Education (CCHE) composite index, which is a sliding scale based on achievement test score and high school rank. Current admission standards are available at www.mcb.unco.edu or by calling the MCB Advising Center at 970.351.1233. Students with a GED should contact the MCB Advising Center for current Admission Standards.
- Transfer students are admitted to the College of Business major and minors provided they meet the admission requirements in place at the time of application. Students who transfer with less than 15 semester hours of college level coursework may qualify for admission to the College of Business provided they meet the freshman admission requirements.
- Some students may qualify to submit an application for admission to a Business major. These students include transfer students with at least 15 hours with a cumulative GPA of 2.5-2.99 and UNC students who have completed at least 15 hours at UNC with a cumulative UNC GPA of 2.5-2.99. Students may apply with the administrative assistant in the department of their choice of emphasis located in Kepner Hall. International students can obtain additional information about admission to the Monfort College of Business from the MCB Advising Center, 970.351.1233.
Degree Requirement Notes:
Students are reminded that to graduate with a Business Administration degree, a student must attain a 2.0 or greater cumulative Business GPA and at least a "C-" grade in each individual Business Administration Core courses.
No more than 12 semester credits of the Business Administration Core may be transferred in toward a Business Administration major. A maximum of 9 semester credits in 300/400-level Required Emphasis Credits and Elective Emphasis Credits can be transferred from other four-year institutions. Additionally, 6 credit hours of business electives may be transferred from other four-year institutions.
- In addition to fulfilling the basic requirements for the Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration students must attain at least a grade of "C-" or better in the Required Emphasis Credits and Elective Emphasis Credits in order to count towards graduation.
- BAMG 495 Special Topics or any Executive Professor class may be substituted for a Management elective with the approval of the Chair of the Department of Management.
Degree Requirements — 120 Credits
1. Required Specified LAC — 25 credits
LAC area 1.b. — Intermediate Composition
|BA 205||Business Communications||
LAC area 2 — Mathematics
MATH 124: If a student presents an ACT score of 26.0 or higher in mathematics or an SAT math score of 560 or higher, he or she is exempt from MATH 124 and thus the LAC area 2 requirement.
LAC area 5.a. — Economic and Political Systems
LAC area 5.c. — Human Behavior and Social Systems
Choose 1 of the following courses:
Remaining LAC — 25 credits
See “Liberal Arts Core”.
2. Required Major — 63-64 credits
(Business Core Credits — 30 credits)
Take all of the following courses:
BAFN 305: should be taken prior to enrolling in any 400-level business course.
BAMG 456: is the capstone course for Business majors and is designed to be taken in the student’s last semester. The prerequisites for this course are: BAFN 305, BAFN 370, BAMG 350 and BAMK 360. BAFN 305 may be taken concurrently. Senior standing.
(Management Emphasis Credits — 15 credits)
Take all of the following courses:
(Elective Management Emphasis Credits — 9 credits)
Choose three of the following courses:
BAMG 495: Repeatable, under different subtitles.
(Elective Major Credits — 6 credits)
Choose two of the following courses:
| ||Any 300 or 400-level business electives (BA prefix) except for BAAC 301, BAFN 302 and BAMG 356||
|BACS 200||Web Design and Development for Small Business||
Required Supporting Credits — 3-4 credits
Choose one of the following courses:
3. University-Wide Credits — 60 credits (non-business)
Students must complete 60 non-business credits (these credits include LAC courses listed above) in order to graduate. BA 150, BA 205, BA 251, and BACS 101 count as non-business credits.
In addition to the specified LAC courses listed above, most students will need an additional 6-7 credits in non-Business courses.