Major requirements and their VCCS equivalents (and RBC equivalents if applicable)
BUS 220 or BUS 221 or BUS 216 or MTH 241
BUS 270 or BUS 293
Only offered at BRCC
See advising note #3
Only transfers from BRCC, DSLCC, LFCC, NVCC, PVCC & TCC
COB 241, 242
ACC 211, 212
Business 201, 202
GECON 200, ECON 201
ECO 201, 202
Economics 201, 202
MATH 205 or 235
MTH 173 or MTH 175 or MTH 213 or MTH 270 or MTH 271 or MTH 273
Mathematics 201 or 207
No equivalent, must be taken at JMU. See advising note #5.
Only offered at BRCC and PVCC. Students studying at other community colleges should see advising note #5.
1. Students who achieve a 2.7 GPA in the 10 B.B.A. core courses (listed above), with the exception of calculus, will be assured admission to the College of Business and COB 300. Only grades for courses taken at JMU will be used in the GPA calculation. Students who fail to achieve a 2.7 B.B.A. core GPA will be admitted to the College of Business and COB 300 based on B.B.A. core GPA ranking, and pending resources and space availability. 2. Lord Fairfax CC students: You should take BUS 241 as an elective in your program – it is required as part of JMU's BBA core. 3. Transfer credit for COB 204: Northern Virginia CC, Southside CC, Thomas Nelson CC and J. Sargeant Reynolds CC: ITE 100 New River CC: CSC 110 Blue Ridge CC, Lord Fairfax CC and Piedmont VA CC: ITE 120 (the old class is IST 114) 4. Students transferring with a transferable associate's degree and who have completed the majority of courses listed above should strongly consider transferring in the summer and completing the remaining core courses. They will then be eligible to apply to the major and begin the upper-level coursework in the fall. 5. The prerequisites for COB 291, Management Science, are calculus and statistics. In addition, a solid background in Excel will help students be successful in this course.
New Policy for Blue Ridge Community College Students: BRCC students who meet the following criteria will be automatically admitted to the College of Business and allowed to enroll in COB 300 and junior level courses. Note: Students must first be admitted to the university through the normal admissions process. 1. Completion (at BRCC) of BUS 221, BUS 270, ITE 120, BUS 241, ACC 211-212, MTH 270, ECO 201-202 and BUS 227 with a grade of B- or higher. 2. Cumulative GPA of a 3.0 or higher. 3. Completion of at least 60 credits (junior standing). 4. Fulfillment of all JMU General Education requirements (in most cases, AA&S degree completers). This policy is effective immediately and applies to any BRCC transfer student entering JMU in Summer 2010 or later.