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  Sep 26, 2017
 
Samford University Catalog 2016-2017 Academic Year

Brock Scholars Major (B.S.B.A.)


Required Courses


University Core Curriculum: 22 Credits or 36 Credits†


If a non-University Fellows student, follow the requirements under the University Core Curriculum . (22)

or

If a University Fellows student, follow the requirements under the University Fellows Core Curriculum  . (36)

General Education Requirements: 7-16 Credits††


Brock Scholars Major (if University Fellows student): 76-85 Credits or Brock Scholars Major (if non-Univ Fellows student): 90-99 Credits


Freshman Year: 3 Credits


Additional Major/Enrichment Courses: 23-32 Credits or 37-46 Credits


If a University Fellows student, complete 23-32 additional credits. (23-32)

or

If a non-University Fellows student, complete 37-46 additional credits. (37-46)

 

Additional major/enrichment courses may come from inside or outside the business school.

Total Required Credits: 128


See University Fellows Program   for a complete list of University Fellows Core Curriculum requirements. These courses are typically completed in the freshman and sophomore years. 

†† See University Core Curriculum & General Education Requirements  for a list of course options.

††† Students must achieve language proficiency through the 102 level.

* Any of these core business courses may be replaced/substituted with related coursework applicable to the student’s chosen course of study upon approval from the appropriate department chair and the student’s faculty committee.

§ Brock Scholars receive stipends to support their Internship and Summer Fellowship.

§§ May be offered in conjunction w/a business course or independently (+1 crd).

§§§ Offered once every two years in the fall, for all junior- and senior-level Scholars.

NOTE: Brock Scholars design their own degree program in conjunction with their faculty committee (three faculty, no more than one from outside the Brock School of Business), who will approve the entire program of study.