BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MANAGEMENT SUGGESTED SEQUENCE OF COURSES

Many classes for the management program at NSC are offered online. However, it is not a fully online degree. Some required courses are only offered as in-person or hybrid courses, including FIN 301 and MGT 494. Some pre-requisite courses, such as ACC 201 & 202 and IS 101, as well as courses the student may wish to take as part of their 12-credit area of study, are also only offered in-person. Students interested in a Management BAS degree at NSC should plan on taking a number of face-to-face courses on-site over the course of their degrees. The course sequence below applies to students who began their degrees Fall 2015 or later; students on older catalogs should meet with an advisor to develop a degree plan. Some courses or requirements may be fulfilled as part of the student's AAS degree.

Admission requirements

To be admitted to the BAS Management program, students must have completed an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree at an accredited community college. Students who have not completed an AAS degree are not eligible to enroll in the BAS Management degree.

Fall I Semester - 15 Credits

Course Number Course Title Credits
ACC 201 Financial Accounting 3
ENG 102 Composition II 3
MATH 120 Principles of College Mathematics 3
MKT 210 Marketing Principles 3
PSY 101 or
SOC 101
Introduction to Psychology or
Principles of Sociology
3

Spring I Semester - 15 Credits

Course Number Course Title Credits
ACC 202 Managerial Accounting 3
ENG 204 Introduction to Professional Writing 3
IS 101 Introduction to Information Systems 3
MGT 301 Principles of Management and Organizational Behavior 3
Area of Study course Choose course with faculty advisor 3

Fall II Semester - 16 Credits

Course Number Course Title Credits
ECON 261 Principles of Statistics 3
FIN 301 Principles of Managerial Finance 3
MGT 367 Human Resource Management 3
PSY 450 or 460 Industrial and Organizational Psychology or Social Psychology 3
Natural Sciences with lab (if needed to fulfill core curriculum) 4

Spring II Semester - 15 Credits

Course Number Course Title Credits
BLW 302 Legal Environment 3
BUS 496 Strategic Management and Policy 3
MGT 494 Seminar in Management 3
Area of Study course Choose course with faculty advisor 3
Area of Study course Choose course with faculty advisor 3

 Group Course List

Credits Group        
0-12 Business Pre-requisites ACC 201 ACC 202 BUS 101  IS 101
27 Applied Science Management Core BLW 302; BUS 496; ECON 261; ENG 204; FIN 301; MGT 301; MGT 367; MGT 494; MKT 210; PSY 450 or 460
9 Area of Study Student will choose 9 upper-division credits in an area of study approved by the student's faculty advisor. 
0-44 Core Curriculum Students may have core curriculum requirements that are not fulfilled by their AAS degree; these will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis upon admission to NSC. Students should meet with an advisor to identify any core curriculum requirements.

 Students may need additional electives to meet the 4-year institution requirement (60 credits) and NSC residency requirement (32 upper-division courses taken in residence at NSC). 

Advising: Students with fewer than 60 credits can receive Academic Advising from the Centralized Advising Center. Please call 702-992-2160.Students with over 60 credits in a business program can receive Academic Advising from a faculty advisor.

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