All students majoring in business administration or business preparation are supported by academic advisors in the Undergraduate Business Programs office. Our advisors work with students from the time they enter the upper-division program until graduation.
The Programs office manages the following areas for undergraduate business administration and business preparation majors:
- Major change requests
- Minor Plans
- Articulation review
- Re-admission applications
- Degree audits
Hours of Operation
Regular Hours of Operation
All advising will take place via Zoom through Summer 2021. Advisors are monitoring their emails M-F, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. Due to an increase in email correspondence, please allow 2-3 business days for a response. Thank you for your patience.
Please check the School of Business Undergraduate Program iLearn page for the most up-to-date schedule of Drop-in Advising hours, and for the Zoom link.
If you do not have access to our iLearn page, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for our Drop-in Advising information.
To make an appointment, visit business.ucr.edu/saas or email your advisor directly.
Schedule an Appointment
Degree Plans by Concentration
B.S. in Business Administration Degree Plans by Concentration
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Use the Student Planner Tool to plan and organize all the Major preparation requirements, upper division core and concentration requirements, and elective classes you are required to take to complete the B.S. in Business Administration.
For course descriptions, please visit the UCR Course Catalog at registrar.ucr.edu/registering/catalog
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School of Business - Tentative Course Offerings 2021-2022
Shaded boxes indicate course is being offered *Schedule is subject to change without notice* - updated 05/28/21 LP
LOWER DIV BUS 001: Personal Finance HONORS BUS 010: Intro to Bus. 2 Sections BUS 020: Fin. Acct & Rep. BUS 021: Gen. Fin. Acct. Info UPPER DIV-CORE BUS 100W: Mgmt Writing & Comm. 2 Sections BUS 101: Info. Tech. Mgmt BUS 102: Ethics & Law 2 Sections BUS 103: Mkting & Dist. Mgmt Science 2 Sections BUS 104: Dec. Analy. & Mgt 2 Sections BUS 105: Prod. & Ops Mgt 2 Sections BUS 106: Intro Fin.l Mgmt 2 Sections 2 Sections BUS 107: Org. Beh 2 Sections BUS 108: Fin Eval & Mgrl Analy BUS 109: Comp & Strat Analy 2 Sections 2 Sections 2 Sections ACCOUNTING BUS 154: Bus Law BUS 161: Foren & Fraud Auditing BUS 165A: Interm. Fin Acct BUS 165B: Interm. Fin Acct BUS 165C: Interm. Fin Acct BUS 166: Accting Info Sys BUS 168A: Indiv Taxation 2 Sections BUS 168B: Fed Taxat for Corp., Prtner., Est., & Trst. BUS 169A: Auditing BUS 169B: Qual Assur in Auditing BUS 170: Financial Statement Analysis BUSINESS ANALYTICS BUS 119- Data-Driven Marketing 2 Sections BUS 123-Spreadsheet Modeling for Dec-Making BUS 124A- Business Analytics BUS 124B- Advance Business Analytics BUS 125- Simulation for Business BUS 129- Supply Chain Mgmt. BUS 130- Supply Chain Modeling BUS 136- Invsts: Securities Analy. BUS 173: Intro to Datab for Mgmt FINANCE BUS 131: Fixed Income Securities BUS 132: Foundations of Fin BUS 133: Advance Foundation of Fin BUS 134: Corp. Fin BUS 135: Corp. Fin: Policy BUS 136: Invsts: Sec Analy and Portfolio Mgmt. BUS 137: Invsts: Derivative Mkts. BUS 138: Intl Fin BUS 139: Real Est. Invsts BUS 141: Trading Strategies BUS 142 Banks & Risks of Fin. Inst. BUS 147: Entrep. Finan IS BUS 110: Intro to Data Mining & Visual Analytics BUS 125: Simulation for Business BUS 128: Proj Plan & Cntrl BUS 163: Technology Entrepreneurship BUS 171: Sys Analy & Design BUS 172: Info Econ BUS 173: Intro to Datab for Mgmt BUS 174: Electr Commerce BUS 175: Bus Data Comm BUS 179: Business app of Geographic Infor Sys MANAGEMENT BUS 121: Employee Benefits BUS 143: Judgmt & Dec Mking 2 Sections BUS 144: Neg Fundmtls 2 Sections BUS 145: Conflict & Cooperation In Groups BUS 146: Intro to Entrep. BUS 148: Bus Plan Devel. BUS 149: Appl of Psyc/Econ to Mgmt 2 Sections BUS 150: Corp Strategic Analysis in Multi-Bus Firms BUS 154: Bus Law BUS 155: Mnging HR BUS 156: Leadership Devel BUS 157: Mnging Work Forc. Div BUS 173: Intro to Datab for Mgmt BUS 177 Labor Relations MARKETING BUS 111: Serv. Mkting BUS 112: Cons. Beh. 2 Sections 2 Sections BUS 113: Mkting Inst. 2 Sections BUS 114: Mkting in a Global Envir. BUS 115: Mkting Res. 2 Sections BUS 116: Pricing Strategy & Mgmt. BUS 117: Advert. 2 Sections BUS 118: Digital Marketing BUS 119: Data-driven Marketing 2 Sections BUS 151: Brand Management 2 Sections BUS 152: Sales Management OSCM BUS 123: Spreadsheet Modeling BUS 124A: Business Analytics BUS 124B: Advance Business Analytics BUS 125: Simulation for Business BUS 128: Proj Plan & Cntrl BUS 129: Supp. Chn Mgmt BUS 130: Supply Chain Modeling BUS 173: Intro to Datab for Mgmt
The curriculum in the undergraduate accounting program provides many of the foundational requirements for professional certification as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Management Accountant (CMA) or Certified Internal Auditor (CIA).
A CPA is a certified public accountant and is licensed by the state. To earn a CPA license in In California, individuals are required to demonstrate their knowledge and competence by passing the uniform CPA Exam.
Business Administration Major CPA Requirements Worksheet
If you have additional questions about CPA requirements, visit the California Board of Accountancy or the CalCPA. If you have questions about how UCR courses fit into the CPA requirements, schedule an appointment with your assigned academic advisor.
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