BBA Degree Requirements

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) (128 credit hours)

With an emphasis on strong business acumen, the Business Administration major prepares students for work in various business industries as well as future graduate education and equips them to meet the demands of a rapidly changing marketplace.

Students interested in an introduction to this discipline are advised to take BADM 1201 Introduction to Business. This course counts toward the requirements for the major.

Concordia Common Experience General Education (42-44 credit hours)

Concordia Common Experience must be successfully completed.

In addition to the Concordia Common Experience curriculum and General Education requirement, students must successfully complete the following for the major:

 

Supporting Coursework (12 credit hours)

  • ACC 2301 Financial Accounting
  • ACC 2302 Managerial Accounting
  • ECO 2301 Macroeconomics
  • ECO 2302 Microeconomics

 

Required Major Courses (40 credit hours)

  • BADM 1201 Introduction to Business
  • BADM 1101 Business Communication
  • BADM 1302 Introduction to Entrepreneurship
  • BADM 2301 Business Statistics I
  • BADM 3311 Principles of Management
  • BADM 3321 Business Law
  • BADM 3371 Management Information Systems
  • BADM 3340 Human Resource Management
  • BADM 3350 Principles of Marketing
  • BADM 4310 International Business or BADM 4391 Business Scholars Colloquium*
  • BADM 3323/PUBH 3323 Globalization, Trade and Health Policy
  • BADM 3360 Finance
  • BADM 4100 Professional Launch
  • BADM 4370 Business and Ethics or BADM 4380 Business and Community*
  • BADM 4381 Spirituality in the Workplace
  • * indicates Business Scholars Program - Honors program by invitation

 

BBA Concentration Requirement Choose one of the following concentrations:

Accounting Concentration - 24 credit hours

  • MTH 1332 Applied Calculus or MTH2401 Calculus I
  • ACC 3301 Intermediate Accounting I
  • ACC 3302 Intermediate Accounting II
  • ACC 3320 Fundamentals of Taxation
  • ACC 3370 Audit Theory and Practice
  • ACC 4310 Accounting Internship
  • ACC 4321 Corp, Partnership, Estate, Gift Tax
  • ACC 4380 Advanced Financial Accounting (Capstone)

 

Entrepreneurship Concentration 24 credit hours

  • BADM 3335/CSC 3312 Data Analytics
  • BADM 3354 Entrepreneurial Strategy (capstone)
  • BADM 4333 Market Research and Analysis
  • BADM 4354 Social Entrepreneurship
  • BADM 4368 Entrepreneurial Finance
  • BADM 4358 Global Entrepreneurship
  • BADM 4390 Special Topics in Business or BADM 4356 Corporate Entrepreneurship
  • BADM 4310 Business Internship

 

Finance Concentration - 24 credit hours

  • MTH 1332 Applied Calculus or MTH2401 Calculus I
  • BADM 3361 Money and banking
  • BADM 4361 Investments
  • BADM 4363 International Financial Management
  • BADM 4364 Corporate Finance
  • BADM 4367 Finance Internship
  • BADM 3335/CSC 3312 Data Analytics
  • BADM 4369 Financial Modeling in Excel (Capstone)

 

Global Health and Economic Development Concentration 24 credit hours

  • BADM 3335/CSC 3312 Data Analytics
  • BADM 3314/ PUBH 3314 Essentials of Global Public Health
  • BADM 3315/ PUBH 3315 Comparative Health Care Systems
  • BADM 4321/ PUBH 4321 Public Health Organizations, Ethics and Law
  • BADM 4398/ PUBH 4398 Program Management and Health Evaluation (capstone)
  • BADM 4302/PUBH 4302 Global Public Health and Innovation (practicum)
  • BADM 4319/ PUBH 4319 Immigration, Violence, Disasters and Health
  • COM 3370/PUBH 3370 Health Communication

 

Health Care Administration Concentration 25 credit hours (online only)

  • BADM 3335/CSC 3312 Data Analytics
  • HCA 3300 Healthcare Organization and Delivery
  • HCA 3312 Management Essentials of Healthcare Organizations
  • HCA 3330 Information Technology in Healthcare
  • HCA 3360 Principles of Healthcare Finance
  • HCA 4340 Legal Aspects of Healthcare Administration
  • HCA 4370 Healthcare Economics
  • HCA 4410 Healthcare Administration Practicum (Internship and Capstone)

 

Human Resource Management Concentration 24 credit hours

  • BADM 3335/CSC 3312 Data Analytics
  • COM 3331 Organizational Communication
  • BADM 3341 Training and Development
  • BADM 3375 Negotiations and Conflict Management
  • BADM 4331 Organizational Behavior and Development
  • BADM 4340 Talent Management and Organizational Staffing
  • BADM 4341 Human Resource Internship
  • BADM 4312 Strategic Management (Capstone)

 

Management Concentration 24 credit hours

  • BADM 3335/CSC 3312 Data Analytics
  • COM 3331 Organizational Communication
  • BADM 3330 Project Management or BADM 3380 Production Operations Management
  • BADM 3375 Negotiations and Conflict Management
  • BADM 4340 Talent Management and Organizational Staffing
  • BADM 4310 Business Internship
  • BADM 4331 Organizational Behavior and Development
  • BADM 4312 Strategic Management (Capstone)

 

Marketing Concentration - 24 credit hours

 

  • BADM 3335/CSC 3312 Data Analytics
  • BADM 4352 Internship in Marketing
  • BADM 4351 Advertising Management (Capstone)

Choose 5 courses:

  • BADM 3351 Selling and Sales Management
  • BADM 3352 Integrated Marketing Communications
  • BADM 3353 Consumer Behavior
  • BADM 3372 Digital and Social Media Marketing
  • BADM 4333 Market Research and Analysis
  • BADM 3313 Creativity, Critical Thinking, Change

 

International Business Management Concentration 24 credit hours

  • BADM 3335/CSC 3312 Data Analytics
  • BADM 4363 International Financial Management
  • BADM 3375 Negotiations and Conflict Management
  • BADM 3314 Essentials of Global Public Health
  • BADM 4358 Global Entrepreneurship
  • COMM 3335 Intercultural Communication or POLS 3333 Intl Relations
  • BADM 4341 International Business Internship
  • BADM 4312 Strategic Management (Capstone)

 

Capstone Course

The Capstone Course for the BBA major varies with the selection of the concentration. The Capstone Course is indicated in parenthesis after the course that fulfills the requirement.

 

Elective Hours

A sufficient number of credit hours to bring the total number of hours to 128, of which 27 must be upper-level courses.

Outcomes

  • BBA students will be able to identify and use effective communication (written, spoken) using a variety of mediums (person to person, visual, social, etc.) in order to collaborate effectively with teams, supervisors, peers and associates.
  • BBA students will be able use qualitative and quantitative analytical skills to think creatively in problem solving and decision-making.
  • BBA students will be able to draw upon a Christian world view to think strategically, make decisions, and engage in business practices as they act as leaders and stewards of their talents, organizational resources, and the earth.
  • BBA students Business will demonstrate and effectively practice their profession upon graduation by demonstrating knowledge and competency in the following areas: Accounting, Economics, Management, Quantitative Analysis, Finance, Marketing, Legal/Social Environment, and International Issues.
    • BBA students will apply professional competence and personal convictions to add value to their employers and communities.

Additional Information

Business Scholars Program Honors program by invitation

  • BADM 4380 Business and Community in place of BADM 4370 Business Ethics
  • BADM 4391 Business Scholars Colloquium in place of BADM 4312 Strategic Management
  • Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS)

 

Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS) (124 credit hours)

Students with an awarded, accredited AAS degree from an accredited college/university will be considered for this program. If the student completed the Texas Common Core, they will be considered core complete with the exception of the courses listed in the Concordia Distinctive section of the Concordia Common Experience curriculum.

 

If the student is not Texas Common Core Complete (s)he will need to complete the Common Experience. All students must successfully complete the four courses of the Concordia Distinctive requirements (nine credit hours) in addition to all other academic requirements for the major as stated below:

 

Degree Plan

Concordia Distinctive Courses (9 hours)

  • LDR 1100 Life and Leadership
  • LDR 2201 Leadership Theory and Practice
  • REL 1301 New Testament History and Reading
  • REL 1311 History and Literature of Old Testament

Business Major (28 credit hours)

  • BADM 3310 Leadership and Business
  • BADM 3311 Principles of Management
  • BADM 3350 Principles of Marketing
  • BADM 3351 Selling and Sales Management
  • BADM 3313 Creativity, Critical Thinking Change
  • BADM 4370 Business Ethics (capstone)
  • BADM 3375 Negotiations and Conflict Management
  • BADM 3312 Small Business Management
  • BADM 4100 Professional Launch
  • BADM 4380 Spirituality in the Workplace

 

Technical Specialty Hours (36 block credit hours)

Thirty-six (36) hours of block technical specialty transfer credit will be awarded with verification of an earned accredited AAS degree from an accredited institution that follows the Texas Common core numbering system. AAS from other institutions will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

 

Capstone Course

The Capstone Course for this degree is BADM 3312 Small Business Management.

 

Elective Hours

Enough credit hours to bring the total number of hours to 124 are required. Minimum 25 upper level credits of the elective hours must be upper level.

Outcomes

  • BAAS students will demonstrate and effectively practices business skills including: management, leadership, marketing, sales and negotiations.
  • BAAS students will align personal and organizational conduct with ethical and professional standards.
  • BAAS students will articulate the integration of their technical training and business skills as they seek out leadership opportunities in their vocational fields.

 

Communication (BA) (128 credit hours)

The mission of the Communication Major is to develop effective public speakers, versatile writers, technology users, and relationship partners. The Communication Major provides three concentrations: Broadcast and Production, Public Relations, and Interpersonal Communication.

 

Students interested in an introduction to this discipline are advised to take COM 1300 Fundamentals of Communication. This course does not count toward the requirements for this major; however, it does fulfill a Concordia Common Experience/General Education requirement.

 

 

Concordia Common Experience/General Education (42-44 credit hours)

The Communication Division of College of Professional Studies requires that students take the courses below, which also fulfill Common Experience requirements. While students are not required to take these courses to fulfill Common Experience Requirements, these courses are required in order to graduate from the College of Arts and Sciences with a Communication Major.

 

CLA Communication Course Requirement

Common Experience Area Fulfilled

ENG 1317 Intro to Literature

English

PSY 1311 Intro to Psychology

Social Sciences

 

Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree requirements (at least 9 credit hours)

Students seeking a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree must complete the following:

3 hours from one of the following courses;

  • ENG 2301 World Literature: Classicism
  • HIS 2311 World History to 1500
  • HIS 2322 Western Civilization from 1715
  • HIS 3308 Asian History and Culture
  • HIS 3301 History of Mexico
  • HIS 3314 Traditions/Values of Classical Civilizations
  • HON 3311 Critical Thinking about Great Texts
  • PHL 3301 Survey of Western Philosophy
 

Modern or Classical Language

Complete two consecutive terms (at least six credit hours) of a non-English language.

 

 

Communication Major Requirements (48-49 credit hours)

Lower-level courses required (13 credit hours)

  • COM 2100 Communication Practicum I
  • COM 2301 Human Communication Theory
  • COM 2303 Mass Media History and Theory
  • COM 2308 Writing for the Media and Public Relations
  • COM 2317 Cinema and Religion

Upper-level courses required (17 - 18 credit hours)

  • COM 3304 Group Dynamics
  • COM 3335 Intercultural Communication Experience
  • COM 4101 Communication Capstone Course OR MDS 4201Multidisciplinary Capstone Course
  • COM 4100 Communication Practicum II
  • COM 4310 Communication Internship*

Plus 6 hours (2 classes) from the following list

  • COM 3399 Independent Study*
  • COM 3398 National/International Travel*
  • An upper-level COM course outside of ones concentration not listed in Supporting Courses*
  • HRM 3350 Conflict Negotiation
  • BADM 3313 Creativity, Critical Thinking, and Change

 

Concentrations (18 credit hours)

Select one concentration listed below:

Broadcast and Production Concentration

  • COM 3307 Media Analysis and Criticism
  • COM 3317 Production I: Film Style
  • COM 3318 Production II: Broadcast
  • COM 4320 Production III: Directing and Performance
  • COM 4301 Digital Journalism and New Media Communication
  • COM 3360 Topics in Communication*

 

Public Relations Concentration (18 credit hours)

  • COM 3308 Persuasive Communication
  • COM 3310 Public Relations
  • COM 3331 Organizational Communication
  • COM 4301 Digital Journalism and New Media Communication
  • BADM 3352 Integrated Marketing Communication OR BADM 3350 Principles of Marketing
  • COM 3360 Topics in Communication* OR BUS 3351 Selling and Sales Management

 

Interpersonal Communication Concentration (18 credit hours)

  • COM 3308 Persuasive Communication
  • COM 3325 Interpersonal Relationships
  • COM 3331 Organizational Communication
  • COM 3350 Conflict Resolution
  • PSY 3331 Introduction to Counseling
  • COM 3360 Special Topics in Communication*

 

NOTE: * may be repeated, as long as topic varies.

 

Capstone Course

The Capstone Course for the Communication Major is COM 4101 Communication Capstone Course or MDS 4201Multidisciplinary Capstone Course.

 

Elective Hours

A sufficient number of credit hours to bring the total number of hours to 128, of which 27 must be upper-level.

 

Outcomes

  • Communication Majors will identify and demonstrate effective written and oral communication across a variety of mediums (e.g., social media posts, articles, research papers, public presentations, and team collaborations).
  • Communication Majors will be involved with Concordia campus life and engage in lifelong learning activities (e.g., Practicum projects, Tornado Radio, The Spin, Persuasion Contagion, and Communication Club).
  • Communication Majors will increase their cross-cultural sensitivity by taking cultural and travel courses, studying abroad, and/or participating in international activities.
  • Communication Majors will participate in service learning projects (e.g., through course assignments) to fulfill Concordia's mission of developing Christian leaders.
  • Communication Majors will demonstrate expertise in a field of study through their internships, practicums, and experiential learning activities which will be summarized in their final portfolio and exit interview.

 

 

Global Public Health (128 credit hours)

This degree trains future leaders in the art and science of preventing disease and promoting health; examining political, economic, social and environmental determinants of health and social inequalities in the US and abroad. Graduates have opportunities to work in governmental agencies or in international for profit and non-profit organizations in diverse health related arenas worldwide.

 

Students enrolled in Pre-nursing courses in this major may transfer to the nursing program if accepted. Pre-nursing requirements have an asterisk * placed beside it.

 

Students interested in an introduction to this discipline are advised to take BADM 3314/ PUBH 3314 Essentials of Global Public Health. This course counts toward the requirements for the major.

 

Concordia Common Experience/General Education (42-44 credit hours)

Students seeking a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree must complete the Concordia Common Experience curriculum outlined below:

 

Concordia Distinctive (9 credit hours)

  • LDR 1100 Life Leadership
  • LDR 2201 Leadership Theory and Practice
  • REL 1301 New Testament History and Reading
  • REL 1311 History and Literature of the Old Testament

 

General Education Liberal Arts course sequence (17-19 credit hours)

Note that pre-nursing requirements will have an asterisk (*) beside it.

  • Behavioral Sciences - ANT 1301; PSY 1311*; SOC 1301
  • Political Science- POLS 1303
  • English Literature- ENG 1317
  • Fine Arts - (any MUS, ART, or THEA)
  • History - (HIS 1301 or HIS 1302)
  • Natural Science with Lab - BIO, CHE*, ESC, PHY, SCI

 

Foundational Competencies (12 credit hours)

  • Written Communication (ENG 1316)
  • Verbal Communication (COM 1300 or HON 3336)
  • Quantitative Reasoning (Any college level math or MTH 2301 Intro to Statistics*)
  • Technology (COM 2314 Communication Technology)
  • Wellness (KIN 1301, NUR 3435, NUR 3535, EDU 3331, PUBH/BADM 3314, any KIN activity, including collegiate sports)

 

Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree requirements (at least 9 credit hours)

Students seeking a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree must complete the following:

3 hours from one of the following courses;

  • ENG 2301 World Literature: Classicism
  • HIS 2311 World History to 1500
  • HIS 2322 Western Civilization from 1715
  • HIS 3308 Asian History and Culture
  • HIS 3301 History of Mexico
  • HIS 3314 Traditions/Values of Classical Civilizations
  • HON 3311 Critical Thinking about Great Texts
  • PHL 3301 Survey of Western Philosophy

 

Modern or Classical Language

Complete two consecutive terms (at least six credit hours) of a non-English language.

 

Note: Students enrolled in Pre-nursing courses may take SPN 2301 for Healthcare Workers or any 3 credit Spanish language course only. However, if the student continues in the Public Health program and does not transfer to the nursing program, please be aware that another language course is required to complete the sequence. Students who are not enrolled in -pre-nursing courses may take any modern language sequence in which they have an interest.


Global Public Health Major Courses Requirements (72 credit hours)

Choose 27 credit hours from the following list:

Note that pre-nursing requirements will have an asterisk (*) beside it.

  • CHE 1341 Chemistry I CHE 1141 Chemistry I Lab or CHE 1431*
  • PSY 1311 Introduction to Psychology*
  • ANT 1301 Introduction to Anthropology
  • CRIJ 1301 Introduction to Criminal Justice
  • POLS 1303 American Government and Citizenship
  • SOC 1301 Introduction to Sociology
  • ENG 1317 English Literature
  • MTH 2301 Introduction to Statistics*
  • PSY 2301 Life-Span Development*
  • SPN 2301 Spanish for Healthcare Workers or 3 credit college level SPN*
  • COM 2314 Communication Technology
  • BIO 2402 General Microbiology for Health Professions or BIO 3401 General Microbiology*
  • BIO 2411 Human Anatomy and Physiology for Healthcare I or BIO 3411 Anatomy and Phys I*
  • BIO 2412 Human Anatomy for Healthcare II or BIO 3412 Anatomy and Phys II*
  • PSY 2491 Research Methods and Scientific Writing in the Behavioral Sciences
  • POLS 3301 Environmental Policy
  • PHL 3301 Survey of Western Philosophy
  • HIS 3301 History of Mexico
  • HIS 3308 Asian History and Culture
  • COM/PSY 3304 Group Dynamics
  • ESC 3303 Environmental Law
  • BIO 3310 Nutrition*
  • BADM 3313 Creativity, Critical Thinking, Change
  • ENG 3318 Writing for Publication
  • CRIJ 3314 Ethics in Criminal Justice
  • COM/PSY 3325 Interpersonal Relationships
  • REL 3333 Introduction to Christian Ethics
  • BADM 4358 Global Entrepreneurship
  • ECO 4365 Governmental Finance
  • BADM 4370 Business and Ethics

 

All courses required in the following section: (45 credit hours)

  • ECO 2301 Macroeconomics
  • SOC/PSY 2341 Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences
  • SOC/ HIS 2306 Race and Ethnic Relations
  • POLS 3321 Public Policy
  • POLS 3333 International Relations and Comparative Politics
  • COM 3335 Intercultural Communication
  • COM 3370/PUBH 3370 Health Communication
  • HIS 2311 World History from 1500
  • BADM 3314/ PUBH 3314 Essentials of Global Public Health
  • BADM 3315/ PUBH 3315 Comparative Health Care Systems
  • BADM 3323/ PUBH 3323 Globalization, Trade and Health Policy
  • BADM 4319/ PUBH 4319 Immigration, Violence, Disasters and Health
  • BADM 4321/ PUBH 4321 Public Health Organizations, Ethics and Law
  • BADM 4398/ PUBH 4398 Program Management and Health Evaluation (capstone)
  • BADM 4302 Global Public Health and Innovation (practicum)

 

Capstone Course

The Capstone Course for the Global Public Health Major is BADM 4398/ PUBH 4398 Program Management and Health Evaluation.

 

Elective Hours
A sufficient number of credit hours to bring the total number of hours to 128, of which 27 must be upper-level.

 

Outcomes

Students with an undergraduate degree in global public health will

  • possess the ability to communicate public health information in both oral and written forms and through a variety of media to diverse audiences;
  • have the skills to locate, use, evaluate and synthesize public health information in order to reduce the risk of disease and promote population health in society and the world; and
  • Be culturally competent to work with diverse individuals and communities in ways that are appropriate and responsive to relevant cultural factors through improved self-awareness, open-minded inquiry and the ability to recognize and adapt to cultural differences.

 

Alternative Ways of Earning Credit in the College of Business and Communication

The Bachelor of Business Administration degree offered at Concordia University Texas provides its graduates with the knowledge, skills and attributes to achieve success in their chosen vocations and in their lives. The program has been designed with specific courses, assignments, projects, and opportunities to provide not only a well-rounded but a unique experience for students. Because of this, students are encouraged to complete all of their coursework within the traditional structure of the BBA program, namely through on-ground, face-to-face, semester-long course delivery.

 

Facing a reality of students who work many hours each week and come to college with busy schedules and complex lifestyles, the College of Business and Communication wishes to provide some flexibility to students in how they achieve their goal of accumulating 128 credit hours towards graduation. In addition to transferring in lower level course work, Concordia University Texas provides courses through its Accelerated Degree Program (ADP), online program and through its partnership with the Online Consortium of Independent Colleges and Universities (OCICU). These opportunities provide options and flexibility for students while maintaining the integrity of the Bachelor of Business Administration Program.

 

Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Business Administration Program may take up to a combined 21 hours of coursework offered through either OCICU courses, ADP courses, or CTX online courses in the BBA Program. These courses will automatically substitute for the required courses in the BBA program and its various concentrations.

  • Students will not be able to register for identified OCICU courses when their BBA counterpart courses are being offered on ground during the long semesters (see * below).
  • Traditional students who are receiving a minor in business may take no more than 6 combined hours in these formats.
  • Students will be responsible for the additional fee associated with OCICU courses and online course.

 

OCICU COURSES

 

Finance Concentration:

OCICU Course #

OCICU Course Name

Substitutes for

FIN433-RU

Money and Banking*

BADM 3361

BINT3355-UIW

Foundations of Multinational Financial Management*

BADM 4363

FIN435-RU

Fundamentals of Investments*

BADM 4361

 

Accounting Concentration:

OCICU Course #

OCICU Course Name

Substitutes for

ACC301-SLU

Intermediate Accounting I*

ACC 3301

ACC 302-SLU

Intermediate Accounting II*

ACC 3302

ACC421-SLU

Individual Federal Income Taxes*

ACC 3320

ACC422-SLU

Corporate Federal Income Taxes*

ACC 4321

ACC411-SLU

Auditing*

ACC 3370

ACCT4311-UIW

Advanced Accounting*

ACC 4380

ACC493A-RU

Accounting Theory Research*

ACC 4381

 

Marketing Concentration:

OCICU Course #

OCICU Course Name

Substitutes for

 

MKT320-SNH

Sales Management*

BADM 3351

MKT383-SLU

Consumer Behavior*

BADM 3353

BINT3361-UIW

International Marketing*

BADM 4350

MKT429-RU

Advertising Promotion (IMC)*

BADM 3352

         

 

Management Concentration:

OCICU Course #

OCICU Course Name

Substitutes for

 

BINT3331-UIW

International Business Management

BADM 4311

BINT4310-UIW

International Economics*

ECO 3320

 

OCICU REGISTRATION PROCESS:

  1. Courses available through OCICU will be posted online for each semester (fall, spring, summer). Students should identify the course they plan to take and fill out an ADD/DROP form with the courses number and name indicated.
  2. The first approval comes through the students academic advisor. If the advisor is not available, then the student should see the BBA Registration Advisor. This approval is absolutely necessary for students to take an OCICU course.
  3. Once the course has been approved by the College of Business and Communication (Academic Advisor or Registration Advisor), the student will then take the form to the Registrars office for registration.
  4. The Registrars office will forward the approved form to the Director of Academic Advising, Sandra Brown, who will register the student with OCICU.
  5. The student will receive information via their email as to the acceptance of their registration and directions for downloading their syllabus and purchase of the textbook.
  6. The student is responsible for communicating with the course professor and for all work that is due.
  7. OCICU course grades are submitted to the registrar at the end of the semester and recorded on the students grade report/transcript at that time.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What does OCICU stand for?

OCICU is the Online Consortium of Independent Colleges and Universities and is managed by New Ventures out of Regis College in Denver. .

 

  • What are the lengths of the courses?

OCICU courses last 8 weeks many are offered twice within one semester. Students should expect between 15-20 hours of homework per week.

 

  • Do OCICU classes come from accredited Universities?

Each of the provider Universities is fully accredited by their regional accrediting body. Some of the institutions include The University of Incarnate Word in San Antonio and Saint Leo University in St. Leo, Florida.

 

  • How do I know I am a good online learner?

Successful online learners are self-disciplined individuals who can set and make their own deadlines, and can hold themselves accountable to getting work done in a timely manner. Online courses require that students sign on a certain number of times each week to engage in a chat forum, as well as send in homework and assignments at the designated deadline.

 

  • Where do I find Schedule Change forms for these courses?

Schedule Change forms are available in the Student Central office located in building C of the main campus or online at http//www.concordia.edu/resources/office-of-the-registrar/academic-forms.html.

 

  • What if I want to take more than 12 hours through OCICU courses?

You may do that, but only 12 hours will count toward your degree plan, with up to 9 hours in the BBA major and 3 hours in your BBA concentration. Please remember that this is a College of Business policy, and taking OCICU courses that are not in the College of Business may have different policies.

 

  • Do I need to fill out a substitution form to make sure these courses count toward my degree?
  1. The courses listed in this brochure are cross listed and will automatically substitute for the courses in your degree plan.

 

  • What extra costs are associated with taking an ADP or OCICU course?

Traditional students taking ADP courses pay traditional tuition and are responsible for their own textbooks. Students will be responsible for any fees associated with OCICU and online courses.

 

 

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