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Jerome Steele School of Business and Finance

The Division of Business provides a student-centered learning environment to develop the business skills and appreciation for continuous learning necessary to succeed in a dynamic global economy. The faculty is empowered to help develop ethical, knowledgeable, and technologically competent business professionals. We strive to do this to further the College’s mission of providing a premier educational experience.

Careers for Business Administration Degree Holders: Account Manager, Business Plan Writer, Operations Research/Management Science, Employment Interviewer, Event Planner, Executive Assistant, Fund-Raising Specialist, Human Resources Manager, Insurance Sales Agent/Underwriter, Investment Broker, Management Analysts, Project Manager, Real Estate Brokers and Sales Agents.

Careers for Accounting Degree Holders: Personal Accounting, Government Accounting, Auditing, Accounting Firms, Payroll, Taxes, Financial Planning.

Careers for Information Systems Degree Holders: Information Systems Manager, Database Administrator, Computer Systems Analyst.

Careers for Marketing Degree Holders: Marketing Managers, Sales Promotions Managers, Marketing Research Analyst.

Careers for Tribal Leadership Degree Holders: Tribal Government, Economic Development, Community Organizer, Community Outreach Coordinator, Advisor.

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Degree Programs

Required Total General Education is 45 credit hours. For more detail go to Bacone College Core Curriculum for Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science Degree.

Required Courses in Business Administration Core – 46 credit hours

The major in Business Administration has a core of 46 credit hours taken by all students majoring in this business program. Besides the core, students choose from one of four different emphasis areas. These areas of emphasis are accounting, business administration, information systems, and marketing.

Students must maintain a 2.50 cumulative GPA to earn a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the Division of Business.  Furthermore, the student must also earn a ‘C’ or higher in all Business core class and major related course work.

The core courses listed below (46 credit hours) are a required part of the Business Administration major and must be completed by all business students regardless of emphasis area(s).  All courses must be completed with a minimum grade of ‘C’.

ACC 2113       Financial Accounting

ACC 2123       Managerial Accounting

BUS 2143       Business Law I

BUS 4553       Quantitative Methods

BUS 4013       Business Ethics

CIS 3213         Technology Applications in Business

CIS 4113         Management Information Systems

ECN 2513       Microeconomics

ECN 2613       Macroeconomics

FIN 3113         Business Finance

MGT 2223      Principles of Management

MGT 3253     Business Statistics

MGT 4113      Organizational Behavior & Leadership

MKT 2283      Principles of Marketing

BUS4954        Problems in Business

Major core – 46 credit hours

Major degree requirements – 27

Upper-division Program Electives – 6

Total Hours – 124 credit hours

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with Emphasis in General Business

Students who aspire to leadership positions in areas requiring significant subject matter expertise will find that Bacone’s program in General Business allows the flexibility needed to allow the development of expertise in a select subject area while developing the skills needed to manage or provide leadership.   Successful completion of the program requires students to meet Bacone’s general education requirements and the Division of Business’s core requirement.  In addition, the successful student will develop, working with their advisor, a cognate of courses that meet the subject matter area of interest.

Recommended Course Sequencing for Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with Emphasis in General Business.

First Year Fall Semester
MGT 2223 Principles of Management
MTH 1513 College Algebra
REL ____3 Religion Course
ENG 1113 English Composition I
CLE 1103 First Year Seminar
HPE ___1 HPE Course (1 CR HR)
16 Credit Hours
First Year Spring Semester
AIS ____3 American Indian Studies
SPC 1713 Speaking & Thinking Critically
ENG 1213 English Composition II
MKT 2283 Principles of Marketing
________3 Guided Elective
HPE ____1 HPE Course (1 Cr. Hr.)
16 Credit Hours
Second Year Fall Semester
ACC 2113 Financial Accounting
BUS 2143 Business Law I
ECN 2113 Microeconomics
________3 Minor/General Elective
_______4 Science w/Lab (4 CR HR)
16 Credit Hours
Second Year Spring Semester
ACC 2123 Managerial Accounting
AES 2003 Creativity and Social Influences
BUS 4553 Quantitative Methods
ECN 2613 Macroeconomics
________3 Minor/General Elective
15 Credit Hours
Third Year Fall Semester
CIS 3213 Technology Application in Business
MGT 3253 Business Statistics
________3 Minor/General Elective
________3 Minor/General Elective
LOGIC 3213 Intro to Crit Think& Inf Logic
15 Credit Hours
Third Year Spring Semester
HIS ____3 History Course
FIN 3113 Business Finance
________3 Minor/General Elective
________3 Literature Course
________3 Guided Elective
15 Credit Hours
Fourth Year Fall Semester
CIS 4113 Management Information Systems
MGT 4113 Organizational Behavior
________3 Upper Division Elective
________3 Upper Division Elective
________3 Minor/General Elective
15 Credit Hours

 

Fourth Year Spring Semester
BUS 4013 Business Ethics
BUS 4954 Problems in Business
_______3 Upper Division Elective
_______3 Upper Division Elective
_______3 Minor/General Elective
16 Credit Hours

124 Total Credit Hours for Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with Emphasis in General Business.

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with Emphasis in Tribal Leadership
The Tribal Leadership focus is designed for students who aspire to leadership positions with tribal organizations or to roles in organizations that serve as business partners to tribal organizations. The successful student develops a broad understanding of business processes and techniques within the context of tribal culture and traditions.

Successful completion of the program requires students to meet the Bacone College’s general education requirements, the School of Business and Finance’s core requirements and the required course of study for the focus on accounting. All courses taken to satisfy the tribal leadership focus require a grade of ‘C’.

Required Courses in Tribal Leadership (33 hours)

AIS 3213 Federal Indian Policy
AIS 2113 American Indian Tribal Governments
AIS 3233 Tribal Sovereignty
AIS 3243 American Indian Women
AIS ____3 Upper Level Elective
AIS 3203 Indigenous Leadership Principles
AIS 4013 Internship
CJS 3313 Federal and Tribal Law
MGT 4003 Leadership
MGT 4103 Change Management
MGT 4203 Business Management and Strategy

Recommended Course Sequence for Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with Emphasis in Tribal Leadership.

First Year Fall Semester
MGT 2223 Principles of Management
MTH 1513 College Algebra
ACC 2113 Financial Accounting
ENG 1113 English Composition I
CLE 1103 First Year Seminar
HPE ___1 HPE Course (1 CR HR)
16 Credit Hours
First Year Spring Semester
ACC 2123 Managerial Accounting
HIS ____3 History
ENG 1213 English Composition II
MKT 2283 Principles of Marketing
________3 Guided Elective
HPE ___1 HPE Course (1 CR HR)
16 Credit Hours
Second Year Spring Semester
REL ___3 Religion
BUS 4553 Quantitative Methods
CJS 3313 Federal and Tribal Law
ECN 2613 Macroeconomics
AIS 3213 Federal Indian Policy
15 Credit Hours
Third Year Fall Semester
AIS 3233 Tribal Sovereignty
MGT 3253 Statistical Reasoning
FIN 3113 Business Finance
AIS 2113 American Indian Tribal Governments
_______3 Guided Elective
15 Credit Hours
Third Year Spring Semester
AIS 3343 American Indian Women
AIS ___3 AIS Upper Level Elective
_______3 Guided Elective
LOGIC 3213 Introduction to Critical Thinking and Informal Logic
CIS 3273 Technical Applications in Business
15 Credit Hours
Fourth Year Fall Semester
MGT 4003 Leadership
MGT 4113 Organizational Behavior & Leadership Theory
MGT 4203 Business Management and Strategy
_______3 Social Science/Political Science
CIS 4113 Management Information Systems
15 Credit Hours

 

Fourth Year Spring Semester
AIS 3203 Indigenous Leadership Principles
BUS 4954 Problems in Business
MGT 4103 Change Management
AIS 4013 Internship
BUS 4013 Business Ethics
16 Credit Hours

 

124 Total Credit hours for Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with Emphasis in Tribal Leadership.

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with Emphasis in Marketing

Marketing is the process of communicating the value of a product or service to prospective consumers of the product or service. Bacone College’s program in marketing prepares students for careers in advertising, brand management, market research, media planning and public relations. Successful completion of the program requires students to meet the Bacone College’s general education requirements, the Division of Business’ core requirements and the required course of study for the focus on marketing.  All courses taken to satisfy the marketing focus require a grade of ‘C’.

Required Courses in Marketing – 27 credit hours.

SME 3113 Sport Marketing
MKT 3523 Buyer Behavior
MKT 3113 Marketing Research
MKT 3213 Marketing Channels
MKT 3313 Retail Management & Promotion
MKT 3413 Sales Management
MKT4113 Marketing Management
MKT 4313 Advertising Management
MKT 4513 International Marketing

Recommended Course Sequence Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with Emphasis in Marketing.

First Year Fall Semester
MGT 2223 Principles of Management
MTH 1513 College Algebra
ACC 2113 Financial Accounting
ENG 1113 English Composition I
CLE 1103 First Year Seminar
HPE ___1 HPE Course (1 CR HR)
16 Credit Hours
First Year Spring Semester
ACC 2123 Managerial Accounting
HIS ____3 History Course
ENG 1213 English Composition II
MKT 2283 Principles of Marketing
________3 Guided Elective
HPE ____1 HPE Course (1 Cr. Hr.)
16 Credit Hours
Second Year Fall Semester
MKT 3523 Buyer Behavior
BUS 2143 Business Law I
ECN 2113 Microeconomics
SPC 1713 Speaking & Thinking Critically
_______4 Science w/Lab (4 CR HR)
16 Credit Hours
Second Year Spring Semester
REL ___3 Religion Course
FIN 3113 Business Finance
MKT 3333 Social Media Marketing
ECN 2613 Macroeconomics
AIS ____3 American Indian Studies
15 Credit Hours
Third Year Fall Semester
SME 3113 Sport Marketing
MGT 3253 Business Statistics
BUS 4553 Quantitative Methods
MKT 3313 Retail MGT & Promotion
LOGIC 3213 Intro to Crit Think & Inf Logic
15 Credit Hours
Third Year Spring Semester
MKT 3313 Marketing Research
MKT 3413 Sales Management
MGT 3333 Labor Relations Management
_______3 Guided Elective
_______3 Guided Elective
15 Credit Hours
Fourth Year Fall Semester
MKT 4113 Marketing Management
BUS 3113 International Business
MKT 4313 Advertising Management
MGT 4113 Organizational Behavior
CIS 4113 Management Info Systems
15 Credit Hours

 

Fourth Year Spring Semester
BUS 4013 Business Ethics
BUS 4954 Problems in Business
_______3 General Elective
_______3 General Elective
_______3 General Elective
16 Credit Hours

124 Total Credit hours for Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with Emphasis in Marketing.

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with Emphasis in Management

Management is a field concerned with applying social, psychological, and economic theories of human behavior to problems of designing, leading, and motivating the individuals that make up an organization. Success in this area requires a broad range of understanding in the areas of finance and accounting, marketing, law, information system and decision science as it applies to the organization. Students in the area aspire to be leaders in business or non-profit organizations.  Bacone’s program seeks to provide students with a broad knowledgebase which will prepare them to be successful in a wide variety of organizations.

Successful completion of the program requires students to meet the Bacone’s general education requirements, the Division of Business’ core requirements and the required course of study for the focus on management. All courses taken to satisfy the management focus require a grade of ‘C’.

Required Courses in Business Administration – Management 27 credit hours.

ACC 4213 (Federal) Income Tax
ACC 3213 Cost Accounting
BUS 4013 Business Ethics
FIN 3553 Money & Banking
MGT 3313 Production & Operations Management
MGT 3323 Human Resource Management
MGT ___3 Upper Level Management Course
MKT 3113 Marketing Research
MKT ___3 Upper Level Marketing Course

Recommended Course Sequence Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with Emphasis in Management

First Year Fall Semester
MGT 2223 Principles of Management
MTH 1513 College Algebra
ACC 2113 Financial Accounting
ENG 1113 English Composition I
CLE 1103 First Year Seminar
HPE ___1 HPE Course (1 CR HR)
16 Credit Hours
First Year Spring Semester
ACC 2123 Managerial Accounting
HIS ____3 History Course
ENG 1213 English Composition II
MKT 2283 Principles of Marketing
________3 Guided Elective
HPE ____1 HPE Course (1 Cr. Hr.)
16 Credit Hours
Second Year Fall Semester
_______3 Guided Elective
BUS 2143 Business Law I
ECN 2113 Microeconomics
SPC 1713 Speaking & Thinking Critically
_______4 Science w/Lab (4 CR HR)
16 Credit Hours
Second Year Spring Semester
REL ___3 Religion Course
FIN 3113 Business Finance
BUS 4553 Quantitative Methods
ECN 2613 Macroeconomics
AIS ____3 American Indian Studies
15 Credit Hours
Third Year Fall Semester
CIS 3213 Technology Application in Business
MGT 3253 Business Statistics
MGT 3323 Human Resource Management
ACC 3213 Cost Accounting
LOGIC 3213 Intro to Crit Think & Inf Logic
15 Credit Hours
Third Year Spring Semester
MKT 3313 Marketing Research
FIN 3553 Money & Banking
LIT ____3 Literature Course
AES 2003 Creativity: Treasuring the Arts
_______3 Guided Elective
15 Credit Hours
Fourth Year Fall Semester
MGT ___3 Upper Level Management
ACC 4213 Federal Tax Accounting
MKT ___3 Upper Level Marketing
MGT 4113 Organizational Behavior
CIS 4113 Management Info Systems
15 Credit Hours

 

Fourth Year Spring Semester
BUS 4013 Business Ethics
BUS 4954 Problems in Business
MGT 3313 Production & Operations MGT
_______3 General Elective
_______3 General Elective
16 Credit Hours

 

124 Total Credit hours for Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with Emphasis in Management.

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with Emphasis in Accounting

The objective of this program is to prepare students to commence and to continue to develop in a wide range of professional accounting careers. Upon completion, students will have the basic conceptual knowledge of business and sufficient depth and breadth in accounting that will prepare for careers as professional accountants in financial institutions, industry, private practice and in the non-profit sector.

Successful completion of the program requires students to meet the Bacone College’s general education requirements, the Division of Business’ core requirements and the required course of study for the focus on accounting. All courses taken to satisfy the accounting focus require a grade of ‘C’.

Required Courses Accounting – 27 credit hours

Second Year Required Courses
ACC 2203 Intermediate Accounting I
ACC 2213 Intermediate Accounting II
ACC 3113 Financial Statement Analysis
ACC 3313 Auditing
ACC 3213 Management and Cost Accounting
ACC 4213 (Federal) Income Tax
ACC 4313 Fund Accounting
ACC 4413 Advanced Accounting
FIN 3553 Money & Banking

Major Electives – 9 hours required

ACC 3913 Principles of Fraud Exam
ACC 4713 Advanced Tax
ACC 4613 International Accounting
ACC 4813 Advanced Auditing

Recommended Course Sequencing Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with Emphasis in Accounting.

First Year Fall Semester
MGT 2223 Principles of Management
MTH 1513 College Algebra
ACC 2113 Financial Accounting
ENG 1113 English Composition I
CLE 1103 First Year Seminar
HPE ___1 HPE Course (1 CR HR)
16 Credit Hours
First Year Spring Semester
ACC 2123 Managerial Accounting
HIS ____3 History Course
ENG 1213 English Composition II
MKT 2283 Principles of Marketing
________3 Guided Elective
HPE ____1 HPE Course (1 Cr. Hr.)
16 Credit Hours
Second Year Fall Semester
BUS 2143 Business Law I
ACC 2203 Intermediate Accounting I
ECN 2113 Microeconomics
SPC 1713 Speaking & Thinking Critically
_______4 Science w/Lab (4 CR HR)
16 Credit Hours
Second Year Spring Semester
REL ___3 Religion Course
FIN 3113 Business Finance
ACC 2213 Intermediate Accounting II
ECN 2613 Macroeconomics
BUS 4553 Quantitative Methods
15 Credit Hours
Third Year Fall Semester
CIS 3213 Technology Application in Business
MGT 3253 Business Statistics
AIS ____3 American Indian Studies
ACC 3213 Cost Accounting
LOGIC 3213 Intro to Crit Think& Inf Logic
15 Credit Hours
Third Year Spring Semester
ACC 3313 Auditing
ACC 3113 Financial Statement Analysis
ACC 4413 Labor Relations Management
________3 Guided Elective
AES 2003 Creativity: Treasuring the Arts
15 Credit Hours
Fourth Year Fall Semester
FIN 3553 Money and Banking
MGT 4113 Organizational Behavior
ACC 4313 Fund Accounting
ACC 4213 Income Tax Accounting
CIS 4113 Management Information Systems
15 Credit Hours

 

Fourth Year Spring Semester
_______3 Guided Elective
BUS 4954 Problems in Business
_______3 Major Elective
_______3 Major Elective
BUS 4013 Business Ethics
16 Credit Hours

 

124 Total Credit hours for Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with Emphasis in Accounting.

Associate of Science in Business Administration
Required Total Gen Ed – 25 credit hours. See Bacone College Core Curriculum requirements for Associate of Arts and Associates of Science Degrees.

Required Courses in Business Administration – 30 credit hours

ACC 2113 Financial Accounting
ACC 2123 Managerial Accounting
MGT 2223 Principles of Management or any 3000 level Management Class
MKT 2283 Principles of Marketing
BUS 2143 Business Law I
FIN 3113 Business Finance
MKT 3523 Buyer Behavior
CIS 3213 Technology Application in Business

Required Liberal Arts Guided Electives – 6 credit hours

Required General Electives – 5 credit hours

Total Hours – 66 credit hours

Recommended Course Sequence for Associate of Science in Business Administration.

First Year Fall Semester
MGT 2223 Principles of Management
MTH 1513 College Algebra
ACC 2113 Financial Accounting
ENG 1113 English Composition I
CLE 1103 First Year Seminar
15 Credit Hours
First Year Spring Semester
ACC 2123 Managerial Accounting
BUS 2143 Business Law I
ENG 1213 English Composition II
REL ___3 Religion Course
________4 Science w/Lab (4 CR HR)
16 Credit Hours

First Year Summer Semester

______3          General Elective

Second Year Fall Semester
CIS 3273 Technical Applications in Business
MKT 2283 Principles of Marketing
ECN 2513 Microeconomics
SPC 1713 Speaking and Thinking Critically
______3 General Elective
______3 ART/THE Course
18 Credit Hours
Second Year Spring Semester
MGT ___3 Any 3000 level Management Course
MKT 3523 Buyer Behavior
FIN 3113 Business Finance
ECN 2613 Macroeconomics
LIT ___3 Literature Course
15 Credit Hours

66 Total Credit Hours for Associate of Science in Business Administration.

Bachelor of Science in Recreation Management

The major in Recreation Management Education degree prepares the student to work in professional settings such as church recreation, therapeutic recreation, directors of city recreation departments and private health clubs, ski instructors, aquatic supervisors, guides for wilderness trips, intramural sports directors, correctional recreation, adventure sport recreation, personal trainers, and corporate fitness directors. Graduates may also desire to pursue graduate degrees that may prepare them for highly specialized jobs in recreation or recreation management.

Minimum of 124 credit hours and 2.00 overall GPA are required to graduate. All Degree Requirement Courses must have a grade of C or above.

Minimum of 124 credit hours and 2.00 CGPA are required to graduate. All Degree Requirement Courses must have a grade of C or above.

Admission Requirements to Recreation Management

Freshman and transfer students must meet the following objectives for their specific degree plan:

For Recreation Management you must successfully complete the following course work to be transferred to the Division of Business:

  • Complete twenty-four credit hours toward their degree plan
  • Pass ENG 1213 English Composition II with a “C” or better
  • Pass Math Structures
  • Pass Principles of Recreation Management with a “C” or better
  • Complete the reading requirement (advanced reading or sufficient ACT score)
  • Completion of the Reading Requirement
  • Completion of two from AIS/REL/SPC
  • Completion of 24 hours toward graduation

 

Required Total Gen Ed – 36 credit hours

For more detail, go to Bacone College Core Curriculum

Required Liberal Arts Electives – 9 credit hours

For more detail go to Bacone College Guided Electives

Required Courses in Recreation Management Core — 51 credit hours.

 

RME 1003 Principles of Recreation Management
ACC 2113 Financial Accounting
SME 2113 Sport Facility Management & Design
BUS 2143 Business Law I
MGT 2223 Principles of Management
MKT 2283 Principles of Marketing
BUS 4013 Business Ethics
SME 3113 Sport Marketing
CIS 3213 Technology Applications in Business
RME 2433 Sociology of Sport and Recreation
RME 3403 Organization & Administration of Recreation &Sport
BUS 3313 Entertainment, Hospitality, and Tourism
SME 4303 Exercise and Sport Psychology

And either of the following two offerings as the Capstone experience:

BUS 4954 Problems in Business
RME 4996 Internship in Recreation Management

 

Required Preferred Business Elective – 6 credits, 3000 or 4000 only (BUS, CIS, ECN, FIN, MGT, MKT)

Elective Hours – 22 credit hours

124 Total Credit hours for Bachelor of Science in Recreation Management degree.

Recommended Course Sequence Bachelor of Science in Recreation Management.

First Year Fall Semester
________4 Science w/Lab (4 CR hr.)
MTH 1513 College Algebra
AIS ____3 American Indian Studies
ENG 1113 English Composition I
CLE 1103 First Year Seminar
16 Credit Hours

 

First Year Spring Semester
RME 1003 Principles to Recreation MGT
REL ____3 Religion Course
ENG 1213 English Composition II
ACC 2113 Financial Accounting
________3 Liberal Art Guided Elective
HPE ____1 HPE Course (1 Cr. Hr.)
16 Credit Hours

 

Second Year Fall Semester
BUS 2113 Business Communications
SME 2113 Sport Facility MGT & Design
MGT 2223 Principles of Management
SPC 1713 Speaking & Thinking Critically
________2 General Elective (FamFinance)
_______3 Liberal Art Guided Elective
17 Credit Hours

 

Second Year Spring Semester
BUS 2143 Business Law I
RME 2303 Sport Officiating I
MKT 2223 Principles of Marketing
HPE 2112 Personal Health
_______3 General Elective
_______3 Liberal Art Guided Elective
17 Credit Hours

 

Third Year Fall Semester
CIS 3213 Tech Applications in Business
RME 2433 Sociology of Sport & Rec
LOGIC 3213 Intro to Crit Think & Inf Logic
_______3 General Elective
_______3 Preferred Upper Division Business Elective
15 Credit Hours

 

Third Year Spring Semester
AES 2003 Creativity: Treasuring the Arts
RME 3403 Org & Admin in Sport & Rec
HIS ___3 History
BUS 3313 Entertainment, Hospitality, and Tourism
_______3 Guided Elective
15 Credit Hours

 

Fourth Year Fall Semester
_______3 Preferred Upper BUS Elective
_______3 Preferred Upper BUS Elective
SME 4303 Exercise and Sport Psychology
_______3 General Elective
_______3 General Elective
15 Credit Hours

 

Fourth Year Spring Semester
BUS 4954 Problems in Business OR
SME 4996 Internship in Recreation MGT
RME 3603 Strength & Conditioning Certification Preparation
_______3 General Elective
_______3 General Elective
14-16 Credit Hours

 

124 Total Credit hours for Bachelor of Science in Recreation Management degree.

Recreation Management Graduation Requirements

Minimum of 124 credit hours and 2.00 CGPA are required to graduate. All Degree Requirement Courses must have a grade of C or above.

Bachelor of Science in Sport Management

Graduates with a major in Sport Management could pursue jobs as athletic directors, coaches on any academic level, sports team managers, armed forces sports coaches, sports administrators in private or semiprivate enterprises, municipal sports directors, front-office personnel and administrators with professional sports organizations, public colleges, and universities (facilities, marketing, and sports information), and in businesses that have a strong sports emphasis. In addition, graduates could go on to pursue graduate degrees that may prepare them for highly specialized jobs in sports.

Sport Management

Graduates with a major in Sport Management could pursue jobs as athletic directors, coaches on any academic level, sports team managers, armed forces sports coaches, sports administrators in private or semiprivate enterprises, municipal sports directors, front-office personnel and administrators with professional sports organizations, public colleges, and universities (facilities, marketing, and sports information), and in sport retail sales businesses that have a strong sports emphasis. In addition, graduates could go on to pursue graduate degrees that may prepare them for highly specialized jobs in sports. Minimum of 124 credit hours and 2.25 CGPA are required to graduate. All Degree Requirement Courses must have a grade of C or above.

Required Total Gen Ed – 36 credit hours; For more detail, go to Bacone College Core Curriculum

Required Liberal Arts Electives – 9 credit hours; For more detail to Bacone College Guided Electives

Required Courses in Sport Management Core — 61 credit hours.

 

RME 1003 Principles of Sport Management
ACC 2113 Financial Accounting
ACC 2123 Managerial Accounting
SME 2113 Sport Facility Management & Design
BUS 2143 Business Law I
MGT 2223 Principles of Management
MKT 2283 Principles of Marketing
BUS 4013 Business Ethics
RME 3403 Org & Administration of Recreation & Sport
SME 3113 Sport Marketing
SME 3213 Sport Communication
MKT 3413 Sales Management
CIS 3213 Technology Applications in Business
MGT 3323 Human Resources Management
MGT 4113 Organizational Behavior
SME 3003 Governing Bodies in Sport
SME 4303 Exercise and Sport Psychology

And either of the following two offerings as the Capstone experience:

BUS 4954 Problems in Business
RME 4996 Internship in Recreation Management

 

Elective Hours – 18 credit hours

124 Total Credit hours for Bachelor of Science in Sport Management degree.

Recommended Course Sequence Bachelor of Science in Sport Management.

First Year Fall Semester
________4 Science w/Lab (4 CR hr.)
MTH 1513 College Algebra
SME 1003 Principles of Sport Management
ENG 1113 English Composition I
CLE 1103 First Year Seminar
16 Credit Hours

 

First Year Spring Semester
AIS ____3 American Indian Studies
HIS ____3 History Course
ENG 1213 English Composition II
ACC 2113 Financial Accounting
MGT 2223 Principles of Management
HPE ____1 HPE Course (1 Cr. Hr.)
15 Credit Hours

 

Second Year Fall Semester
SME 2113 Sport Facility MGT & Design
MGT 2283 Principles of Marketing
SPC 1713 Speaking & Thinking Critically
AES 2003 Creativity: Treasuring the Arts
_______3 Liberal Art Guided Elective
15 Credit Hours

 

Second Year Spring Semester
BUS 2143 Business Law I
SME 3113 Sport Marketing
ACC 2123 Managerial Accounting
HPE 2112 Personal Health
REL ___3 Religion
_______2 Guided Elective (FamFinance)
17 Credit Hours

 

Third Year Fall Semester
CIS 3213 Tech Applications in Business
MGT 3413 Sales Management
LOGIC 3213 Intro to Crit Think & Inf Logic
_______3 General Elective (2 CR HR)
_______3 Liberal Arts Guided Elective
RME3403 Organization & Administration of Recreation &Sport
17 Credit Hours

 

Third Year Spring Semester
SME 3003 Governing Bodies in Sport
SME 3103 Sport & Recreation Ethics
SME 3213 Sport Communication
MGT 3323 Human Resource Management
_______3 General Elective
15 Credit Hours

 

Fourth Year Fall Semester
MGT 4113 Organizational Behavior  
SME 4113 Sport Law  
SME 4303 Exercise & Sport Psychology  
________3 Liberal Arts Guided Elective  
_______3 General Elective  
15 Credit Hours

 

Fourth Year Spring Semester
SME 4993 Internship in Sport Management
BUS 4954 Problems in Business
________3 General Elective
________3 General Elective
15 Credit Hours

 

124 Total Credit hours for Bachelor of Science in Recreation Management degree.

 

Sport Management Graduation Requirements

Minimum of 124 credit hours and 2.25 CGPA are required to graduate. All Degree Requirement Courses must have a grade of

Accreditation

Bacone College has received specialized accreditation for the Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with concentrations in accounting, business administration, information systems and marketing through the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE), located in Olathe, Kansas.

Mission Statement
Mission Statement

The Division of Business provides a student-centered learning environment to develop the business skills and appreciation for continuous learning necessary to succeed in a dynamic global economy. The faculty is empowered to help develop ethical, knowledgeable, and technologically competent business professionals. We strive to do this to further the College’s mission of providing a premier educational experience through Christian principles while providing equal educational opportunity to all.

To best serve our students and to efficiently use institutional resources, the Division of Business will seek to:

  1.  Offer a responsive, flexible business curriculum within a learning environment that prepares and supports analytical thinking and lifelong learning.
  2. Integrate technology into our teaching and communications with students and colleges.
  3. Create an environment to fulfill our mission by providing opportunities for faculty development; support for faculty efforts to serve students and improve our programs; and appropriate rewards for achievements in teaching, intellectual contributions, and service.
  4. Target well-defined markets and promote the Division of Business effectively in those markets.
  5. Build and maintain partnerships with key constituencies.

In order for a student to apply for admittance into the Division of Business at the BSBA  level, he/she must have earned a minimum of 60 credit hours; have a current GPA of 2.50 or higher on a 4.00 scale; and grades earned in the following required courses must be a “C” or higher:  English Comp I, English Comp II, College Algebra, Principles of Management, Principles of Marketing, Business Law I, Financial Accounting, and Managerial Accounting.

Sigma Beta Delta Honor Society for Business, Management & Administration

Student Society for Sport & Recreation Management

The Student Society for Sport & Recreation Management is an academic solution to one’s desire for challenging and satisfying career choices in the recreation and sport industries.

MISSION STATEMENT

The Student Society for Sport & Recreation Management (SSSRM), serving Bacone College, is committed to serving those major students studying either sport management or recreation management. The organization accomplishes this mission by exploring educational and career experiences that enhance those who graduate that lead to future career pursuits or entry-level jobs in sport management or recreation management.

REAL WORLD EXPERIENCES

These experiences are designed to strengthen a member’s portfolio with evidence of gained experiences in their chosen industry by:

  • allow members to grow and learn in a low-stress environment of learning,
  • allow the members opportunities to network with professionals and practitioners presently working in the wide variety of sport and recreation industries.

MEMBERSHIP STANDARDS

  • All active members must be in good academic and disciplinary with the College.
  • Shall be currently enrolled students at the College.
  • Must maintain active participation in the Student Society.

PARTICIPATION OPPORTUNITIES

  • Lead Student assistants
  • Game day and event assistants
  • In-game promotions assistants
  • Video production assistants
  • Social media assistants
  • Marketing and graphic design assistants
  • Stadium operations assistants
  • Ticket sales assistants
  • Recreation supervisors
  • Intramural supervisors