May 21, 2019  
2018-2019 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Business Administration, Management Information Systems Option, B.S.


Admission Under Impaction


Refer to the following website for additional impaction criteria: www.csulb.edu/depts/enrollment/graduation/native-major-criteria/.

Requirements

In order to graduate with an undergraduate business degree from CSULB, a student must complete a minimum of 120 units. A majority of the upper division business courses, including economics and statistics, must be completed at this university. For details, refer to the CBA Policy on Course
Transfers/Substitutions.

All undergraduate students officially admitted to the College of Business Administration (all options) are required to complete all remaining lower division major requirements in a timely fashion. The lower division major courses must be completed within two academic semesters (excluding summer and winter session) to continue with the major.

All CBA majors must maintain major GPAs of 2.0 or higher. A student whose GPA in the major falls below 2.0 will be advised that they are at risk of being dismissed from the major and granted one semester to raise their major GPA(s) to 2.0. Students who do not successfully raise their major
GPA(s) must meet with an advisor to declare another major or submit an appeal to the CBA Center for Student Success explaining why they need one additional semester. Students whose major GPAs remain below 2.0 after this additional semester must declare a new major.

Choose one of the following:


Critical Thinking Course Requirements


Any critical thinking course (GE category A3); I S 100  is recommended.

Complete one of the following:


All business and pre-business majors shall demonstrate computer literacy and competency..

Capstone Course:


The following Capstone course must be taken at CSULB as a senior and after the upper-division prerequisite core courses have been completed:

Elective Courses


Elective courses to total 120 units. Student are encouraged to select electives for expansion of knowledge and intellectual interests as well as for preparation for business employment.

Option in Management Information Systems (120 units)


This option has an emphasis on systems management, information process and analysis, and new uses of information technologies and management information systems for business applications and decision-making. Also included are application development, e-commerce, business telecommunications, and decision technologies.