University of Oregon
Degree Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science
|University Requirement||PCC Equivalent||Credits|
|WR 121 College Composition I and WR 122 College Composition II or 123 College Composition III||WR 121 & 122 or 123 English Composition I & II or III||7-8|
|MTH 241 and 242 Calculus for Business and Social Science
(may be taken p/np)
MTH 241 Calc. for Management/Social Sci. & MTH 242 at Univ. of Oregon. (MTH 242 is only offered winter term and must be completed before applying to the School of Business)
or MTH 251 & 252 Calculus I & II
4 + credits at U of O
|MTH 243 Introduction to Methods of Probability and Statistics||MTH 243 Statistics I & 244 Statistics II||8|
BA 240 Managing Business Information (pre-requisite: knowledge of
spreadsheet, data base, and word processing applications).
Must be taken graded.
|No PCC Equivalent||-|
|BA 101 Introduction to Business||BA 101 Introduction to Business||4|
EC 201 Microeconomics and
EC 202 Macroeconomics
EC 201 Microeconomics
EC 202 Macroeconomics
|ACTG 211 & 213 Intro to Accounting I, II||BA 211, 212, & 213 Accounting I, II, & III||9|
Majoring in Business
Note: Beginning fall 2010, all courses need to be taken for a letter grade, including writing and math. If students took the writing and math courses for a pass/no pass grade prior to Fall 2010, they will continue to be accepted. A grade of C- or better is required for all pre-business courses.
Undergraduate students who want to enter the business program spend their first two years as pre-business majors. During this time students will complete both pre-business requirements and university general eduacation requirements.
Major in Business Administration or Accounting
Once students have completed the pre-business requirements. They may apply for admission to the major. A cumulative GPA of 2.90 and a minimum of 90 credits are required for application. Students may choose to major in either accounting or business administration.
The Accounting curriculum is designed for students who want to embark on a career with a strong accounting emphasis.
The Business Administration major offers career oriented concentrations in a diverse range of study areas.
Get a Concentration
Business administration majors may select a concentration in a particular area of study. Choose from the following set of concentrations: Finance, Marketing, Sports Business, Entrepreneurship / Small Business, Information Systems & Operations Management.
Major Program Application
To register in upper division business courses you must first apply and be admitted into the major. Applications are due by the second Friday of the term one term prior to registering for upper division courses. (You can be enrolled in your final pre-business requirements at the time you submit your application.)
Once your request has been submitted we will review your student record to ensure that you meet all the admission requirements for the undergraduate major in business. You will be notified via mail of our decision. If you are currently enrolled in Pre-Business Core courses, or if your cumulative G.P.A. is currently below a 2.75, we will process your application after grades are posted at the end of the term.
Your application will not be considered complete until ALL of the following items have been submitted
- A completed on-line application form.
- A copy of your resumé (attached to application)
- Answers to the following supplemental questions: (attached to application)
Supplemental questions must (1) be sent together in a single word document, (2) include a header with your first & last name in the upper right hand corner of each page, and (3) have no more than 1000 words for the first two questions combined.
1) What are your academic and career plans and what are you doing to achieve them? Please include past experiences that suggest academic/professional potential and/or commitment. You may include course selection as well as experience gained through work, volunteer opportunities, community involvement, and life experiences.
2) How will you, personally, add value to the Lundquist College of Business? Please include all relevant information including unique personal traits or skills, life history, leadership experiences, etc. and be specific. Please speak to your most significant past accomplishments. Cite specific examples and how these experiences and accomplishments have impacted you.
*3) If you believe you may not meet the automatic admission requirements, please explain any extenuating circumstances. (This information will serve as your petition should you fail to achieve automatic requirements by the end of the term.)
*3rd Question: Optional-will serve as your petition if there’s any chance you might not meet all requirements (must be turned in with other application materials).
- For U of O's Bachelor's Degree Requirements, refer to General Education. For PCC courses that transfer to U of O, refer to Transfer Equivalencies.
- If you plan to earn an AAOT degree, all U of O general education requirements will be met by AAOT degree requirements.
PCC endeavors to create accurate transfer guides for students; however, requirements may change without notice. Students are responsible for working with PCC advisors and their transfer institution to ensure that their academic plan will meet requirements and timelines.
Last updated: October 2011