Learn to solve the business problems of the future in the Applied Humanities Business Administration emphasis. Combining the fundamental concepts of business administration and entrepreneurial leadership with the collaborative, global, intercultural, and future-oriented practices of the humanities, this emphasis—capped with a public or private internship—prepares you for working in emerging fields connected to national and international business administration.
- PAH 200: Introduction to Applied Humanities (3 units)
- PAH 201: Applied Humanities Practice: Techniques & Technologies for Public Enrichment (3 units)
- PAH 372: Intercultural Competence: Culture, Identity, Adaptation & Intercultural Relations (3 units)
- PAH 383: Pre-Internship: Building Career Readiness (3 units)
- PAH 420: Innovation & the Human Condition: Learning How to Improve Life in the Community & Beyond (3 units)
- PAH 493: Internship (3 units)
- PAH 498: Senior Capstone (3 units)
- One elective (3 units) from the approved list.
- MIS 111: Computers & Internetworked Society (3 units)
- Only available in Spring (Main Campus)
- Pima CC equiv.: CIS 120 (3 units)
- ECON 200: Basic Economic Issues (3 units)
- Pima CC equiv.: ECN 201 (3 units) and ECN 202 (3 units)
- ACCT 250: Survey of Accounting (3 units)
- BNAD 301: Global & Financial Economics and Strategies (3 units) or BNAD 304: Survey of Finance (3 units)
- Prerequisite for 301: ECON 200 (3 units)
- 304 only available in Winter and Pre-Session
- BNAD 302: Human Side of Organizations (3 units)
- BNAD 303: Marketing Principles, Concepts & Tools (3 units)
Emphasis courses cannot also count toward a minor in Business Administration from the Eller College of Management.