Integrated Science - Business Requirements (BS)

Note: To declare an Integrated Science-Business major, students must have an overall combined GPA of at least 2.50. Students must maintain an overall combined GPA of 2.50 to remain enrolled in the major.

Business Requirements - 30 units
ACCOUNT 244INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING3
ECON 245BUSINESS STATISTICS3
ITSCM 280INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION SYSTEMS3
ACCOUNT 249INTRODUCTION TO MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING3
or ACCOUNT 261 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I
MANGEMNT 301ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR3
ITSCM 306OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT3
FNBSLW 341BUSINESS AND COMMERCIAL LAW3
FNBSLW 344BUSINESS FINANCE3
MARKETNG 311PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING3
BEINDP 288CAREER INFORMATION1
BEINDP 290BUSINESS WRITING2
Major Requirements - 52-55 units
SCIBUS 185INTRO TO INTEGRATED SCIENCE AND BUSINESS1
Select 6 units of upper division Business courses from one of the following areas: Accounting, Economics, Finance and Business Law, Information Technology Supply Chain Management, Management, or Marketing6
Select at least 12 science units from: 312
Biology
INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY I (GL)
INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY II (GL)
SCIENCE OF FORENSIC ANALYSIS
ECOLOGY & GEOLOGY OF YELLOWSTONE NATL. PARK & UPPER GREAT PLAINS (GL)
INTRODUCTION TO GENETICS
INTRODUCTION TO CELL BIOLOGY
BIOTECHNOLOGY LABORATORY METHODS I
INTRODUCTION TO ECOLOGY
FIELD EXPERIENCE
INTRODUCTION TO BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE
BIOSTATISTICS
MICROBIOLOGY
BIRDING IN SOUTHERN WISCONSIN
COMPARATIVE VERTEBRATE ANATOMY
DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY
THE PLANT KINGDOM
PLANT TAXONOMY
FIELD BOTANY
HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I
HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II
MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
BIOTECHNOLOGY LABORATORY METHODS II
AQUATIC BIOLOGY
INVERTEBRATE ZOOLOGY
BIOLOGY COLLOQUIUM
SENIOR BIOLOGY COLLOQUIUM
IMMUNOLOGY
ADVANCED AND MULTIVARIATE DATA ANALYSIS FOR THE LIFE SCIENCES
BIOLOGICAL NANOTECHNOLOGY
ANIMAL BEHAVIOR
ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY
ORGANIC EVOLUTION
BIOINFORMATICS
INTRODUCTORY ENTOMOLOGY
NATURAL HISTORY OF YELLOWSTONE NP AND THE UPPER GREAT PLAINS
BIOCHEMISTRY OF METABOLISM AND SIGNALING
GENERAL ECOLOGY
RESEARCH IN BIOCHEMISTRY
WORKSHOP
TRAVEL STUDY
LABORATORY TEACHING EXPERIENCE
INTERNSHIP IN BIOLOGY
SEMINAR
SPECIAL STUDIES
EXCHANGE STUDY
INDEPENDENT STUDY
BIOLOGY THESIS
Chemistry
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I (GL)
GENERAL CHEMISTRY II (GL)
CHEMISTRY FOR OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL APPLICATIONS
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
INTRODUCTION TO INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
INTRODUCTION TO GREEN CHEMISTRY
GREEN CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
BIOCHEMISTRY OF MACROMOLECULES
ADVANCED ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
BIOCHEMISTRY OF METABOLISM AND SIGNALING
RESEARCH IN BIOCHEMISTRY
ADVANCED INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
INSTRUMENTAL METHODS OF ANALYSIS
TOPICS IN CHEMISTRY
SENIOR HONORS THESIS
WORKSHOP
SUPERVISED TEACHING AIDE
CHEMISTRY INTERNSHIP
CHEMISTRY SEMINAR
SPECIAL STUDIES
EXCHANGE STUDY
INDEPENDENT STUDY IN CHEMISTRY
Geography
PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY (GL)
HUMAN GEOGRAPHY (GS)
GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL CHALLENGES (GS)
GIS I: INTRODUCTION TO GIS AND MAPPING
SOIL SCIENCE
GEOMORPHOLOGY (LANDFORMS)
METEOROLOGY AND CLIMATE
WATER RESOURCES
BIOGEOGRAPHY
POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY
GEOGRAPHY OF RELIGION (GI)
HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY
GEOGRAPHY OF POPULATION AND MIGRATION (GS)
ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY
URBAN GEOGRAPHY
GLOBALIZATION AND THE CITY
GEOHAZARDS
GEOGRAPHY OF SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST ASIA (GS)
GEOGRAPHY OF EUROPE
GEOGRAPHY OF EAST ASIA (GS)
GEOGRAPHY OF LATIN AMERICA
GIS II: SPATIAL DATA AND ANALYSIS
REMOTE SENSING OF THE ENVIRONMENT
CARTOGRAPHY AND GEOVISUALIZATION
HUMAN AND CLIMATE INTERACTIONS
RIVERS AND FLOODS
GEOGRPY 430
GEOGRPY 435
APPLIED GIS: APPLICATIONS FOR BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY
URBAN LAND USE PLANNING
CULTURAL ECOLOGY AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
GIS IN WATER RESOURCES
APPLIED ENVIRONMENTAL AND NATURAL RESOURCE GIS
ADVANCED GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS (GIS)
GEOGRPY 485
Geology
PRINCIPLES OF GEOLOGY (GL)
ELEMENTS OF GEOLOGY (GL)
EARTH AND LIFE HISTORY (GM)
GEOLGY 205
PRINCIPLES OF OCEANOGRAPHY (GM)
ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY (GM)
DINOSAURS (GM)
ROCKS AND MINERALS
PALEONTOLOGY
GEOLOGIC STRUCTURES AND FIELD METHODS
STRATIGRAPHY AND SEDIMENTATION
GEOHAZARDS
Physics
PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS I (GL)
and PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS II (GL)
PRINCIPLES OF PHYSICS II (GL)
PHYSICS FOR SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS I (GL)
and PHYSICS FOR SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS II (GL)
PHYSICS FOR SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS II (GL)
FRONTIERS OF ENGINEERING AND PHYSICS
INTERMEDIATE LABORATORY
PHYSICS RECITATIONS I
PHYSICS RECITATIONS II
MICROPROCESSOR LABORATORY
MECHANICS - STATICS
MECHANICS - DYNAMICS
METHODS OF THEORETICAL PHYSICS
CLASSICAL ELECTROMAGNETISM
ANALOG AND DIGITAL ELECTRONICS
ANALOG AND DIGITAL ELECTRONICS LABORATORY
MODERN PHYSICS
PHYSCS 354
OPTICS
THERMAL PHYSICS
VIBRATIONS AND WAVES
QUANTUM MECHANICS
PHYSICS SENIOR SEMINAR
WORKSHOP
PHYSICS COOPERATIVE EDUCATION
PHYSICS SEMINAR
SPECIAL STUDIES
EXCHANGE STUDY
INDEPENDENT STUDY
Math
CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY II
MANGEMNT 489ADMINISTRATIVE POLICY3
SCIBUS 485INTEGRATED SCIENCE-BUSINESS SENIOR PROJECT3
SCIBUS 493SCIENCE-BUSINESS INTERNSHIP3
Total Units58
Unique Requirements:
ECON 201PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS (GS)3
ECON 202PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS (GS)3
MATH 152ELEMENTARY FUNCTIONS (GM)5
MATH 253CALCULUS AND ANALYTIC GEOMETRY I (GM)5
1

Students taking Physics courses, as part of the science core or science emphasis, that require MATH 254 as a prerequisite may use MATH 254 as part of their science core 12 unit requirement.

2

Each course must have one of the courses listed in 2. as a prerequisite or must be an advanced course in the major (Biology 200-level and above, except BIOLOGY 200, BIOLOGY 214; CHEMISTRY: 200- level and above; PHYSCS: 200-level and above, except PHYSCS 212, PHYSCS 240; GEOLOGY: 200-level and above, GEOGRPY 252, GEOGRPY 300, GEOGRPY 320, GEOGRPY 323).

3

Students must declare and complete one of the following minors: Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Studies, Geology, GIS, Physical Science or Physics.

Overall combined GPA of 2.50 required to graduate. Major GPA of 2.50 required to graduate