Undergraduate Catalog
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Enrollment Priority

Neither admission by the University of Memphis and The Fogelman College of Business and Economics nor completion of the minimum requirements guarantees admission to any specific course offered by the college. Limited resources may require that enrollment in business classes be based on ranking by Grade Point Average with exceptions being made for graduating seniors.

I. The Major

Each student, with the assistance of an advisor in the college, not later than the beginning of the junior year, will select a major and, if available, an area of concentration within the major. The specific courses required by each department for the satisfaction of its major are listed in the section following. A major requires a minimum of 21 hours beyond upper division core requirements, and courses used to satisfy one major may not be used toward a second major. A minimum grade of "C" must be earned for each required course for the major.

II. Courses Not Applicable Toward B.B.A. Degree

Transitional Academic Studies (DSP) courses may not be used to fulfill the minimum number of hours required for the B.B.A. degree.

III. The Minor

A student whose major is within The Fogelman College of Business and Economics is not required to have a minor; however, such an option is available. A minimum grade of "C" must be earned for each required course in the lower division and upper division business administration core curriculum and in each course required for the minor.

A student whose major is within one of the other colleges of the university may take a minor in one of the academic departments. (See Residence Requirements for The Fogelman College of Business and Economics.)

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Mission and Objectives of the Undergraduate Program
Organization of the College
General Requirements
Academic Programs
B.B.A. Degree Requirements
Academic Advising
Residence Requirements
Enrollment Priority
Transfer Credit
Apply to Graduate
Honors Program

Academic Department Requirements for Majors and Minors

Business Economics
International Business
Supply Chain Management
Management Information Systems
Marketing Management

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