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<ul><li><p>Business: Management and Human Resources, BBA 1</p><p>BUSINESS: MANAGEMENTAND HUMAN RESOURCES,BBA</p><p>Students in human resources management (https://wsb.wisc.edu/programs-degrees/undergraduate-bba/academics/majors/#management-and-human-resources) study how organizations attract,motivate, develop, and retain employees, and how they interact withorganizations representing employees. Management studies focus on theactivities of leadership, power, decision-making, organizational structureand change, strategy and policy, and the integration of organizationalfunctions. Studies in entrepreneurship are designed for students who areinterested in bringing new ideas to the marketplace.</p><p>RELATED STUDENT ORGANIZATIONSCollegiate DECA (https://win.wisc.edu/organization/deca)Enactus (https://win.wisc.edu/organization/madisonenactus)Sales &amp; Executive Leadership (https://win.wisc.edu/organization/SEL)Sigma Iota Epsilon (SIE)Society for Human Resource Management (https://win.wisc.edu/organization/shrm)Sports Business Club (https://win.wisc.edu/organization/sportsbusinessclub)Wisconsin Consulting Club (WCC) (https://win.wisc.edu/organization/wcc)</p><p>HOW TO GET IN</p><p>Students wishing to pursue this major must be admitted to the School ofBusiness. Once admitted, students are able to pursue any business majorthey choose. To find out more about the school's admissions processfor undergraduate students, please see Entering the School (http://guide.wisc.edu/undergraduate/business/#enteringtheschooltext).</p><p>REQUIREMENTS</p><p>UNIVERSITY GENERAL EDUCATIONREQUIREMENTSAll undergraduate students at the University of WisconsinMadison arerequired to fulfill a minimum set of commonuniversity general educationrequirements to ensure that every graduate acquires the essential coreof an undergraduate education. This core establishes a foundation forliving a productive life, being a citizen of the world, appreciating aestheticvalues, and engaging in lifelong learning in a continually changing world.Various schools and colleges will have requirements in addition tothe requirements listed below. Consult your advisor for assistance, asneeded. For additional information, see the university UndergraduateGeneral Education Requirements (http://guide.wisc.edu/undergraduate/#requirementsforundergraduatestudytext) section of the Guide.</p><p>GeneralEducation</p><p> BreadthHumanities/Literature/Arts: 6 credits BreadthNatural Science: 4 to 6 credits, consisting of</p><p>one 4- or 5-credit course with a laboratory component;or two courses providing a total of 6 credits</p><p> BreadthSocial Studies: 3 credits Communication Part A &amp; Part B * Ethnic Studies * Quantitative Reasoning Part A &amp; Part B *</p><p>* The mortarboard symbol appears before the title of anycourse that fulfills one of the Communication Part A orPart B, Ethnic Studies, or Quantitative Reasoning Part A orPart B requirements.</p><p>SCHOOL OF BUSINESS REQUIREMENTSThe Wisconsin Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degreeprogram is based on a broad educational foundation combined withcourses in business and economics. This curriculum is designed forthose students who wish to prepare for careers in business. Studentscompleting any School of Business major (http://guide.wisc.edu/undergraduate/business/#requirementstext) are required to satisfya common set of Pre-Business Requirements, Liberal StudiesRequirements, Business Preparatory Requirement, Business CoreRequirement, Business Breadth Requirement, and Credits for BBA Degree.</p><p>Code Title CreditsSchool of Business BBA RequirementsComplete requirements: (http://guide.wisc.edu/undergraduate/business/#requirementstext)</p><p>Pre-BusinessLiberal StudiesBusiness PrepBusiness CoreBusiness Breadth</p><p>MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RESOURCES(MHR) MAJOR REQUIREMENTSThe management and human resources major has three different optionsto choose from, as outlined below. Credit requirements vary based uponthe option(s) students choose.</p><p>Code Title CreditsStudents may complete a major in management andhuman resources in six different ways: 1</p><p>Complete the requirements for the Management optiononly (students still earn a major in MHR)</p><p>12</p><p>Complete the requirements for the Human Resourcesoption only (students still earn a major in MHR)</p><p>12</p><p>Complete the requirements for the Entrepreneurshipoption only (students still earn a major in MHR)</p><p>12</p><p>Complete the requirements for Management &amp;Entrepreneurship</p><p>18</p><p>Complete the requirements for Management &amp; HumanResources</p><p>18</p><p>Complete the requirements for Entrepreneurship &amp; HumanResources</p><p>21</p></li><li><p>2 Business: Management and Human Resources, BBA</p><p> Business: Management and Human Resources: Entrepreneurship(http://guide.wisc.edu/undergraduate/business/management-human-resources/business-management-human-resources-bba/business-management-human-resources-entrepreneurship-bba)</p><p> Business: Management and Human Resources: Entrepreneurship/Human Resources (http://guide.wisc.edu/undergraduate/business/management-human-resources/business-management-human-resources-bba/business-management-human-resources-entrepreneurship-human-resources-bba)</p><p> Business: Management and Human Resources: Entrepreneurship/Management (http://guide.wisc.edu/undergraduate/business/management-human-resources/business-management-human-resources-bba/business-management-human-resources-entrepreneurship-management-bba)</p><p> Business: Management and Human Resources: Human Resources(http://guide.wisc.edu/undergraduate/business/management-human-resources/business-management-human-resources-bba/business-management-human-resources-human-resources-bba)</p><p> Business: Management and Human Resources: Management (http://guide.wisc.edu/undergraduate/business/management-human-resources/business-management-human-resources-bba/business-management-human-resources-management-bba)</p><p> Business: Management and Human Resources: Management/Human Resources (http://guide.wisc.edu/undergraduate/business/management-human-resources/business-management-human-resources-bba/business-management-human-resources-management-human-resources-bba)</p><p>1 Note: Completing two options still constitutes one major. Studentsmay not receive credit for completing all three options.In addition, the following rules apply when combining options:</p><p>1. Students may complete only two of three options. Students interested inpursuing two options should see an academic advisor to ensure that theyare taking their courses efficiently.</p><p>2. For successful completion of TWO options, a student must take aminimum of 1821 credits from among the listed courses.</p><p>3. Double (or triple) counting of MHR399 Reading and Research-Management across options within the management major is prohibited.</p><p>UNIVERSITY DEGREE REQUIREMENTSTotal Degree To receive a bachelor's degree from UWMadison,</p><p>students must earn a minimum of 120 degree credits.The requirements for some programs may exceed 120degree credits. Students should consult with their collegeor department advisor for information on specific creditrequirements.</p><p>Residency Degree candidates are required to earn a minimum of 30credits in residence at UWMadison. "In residence" meanson the UWMadison campus with an undergraduatedegree classification. In residence credit also includesUWMadison courses offered in distance or onlineformats and credits earned in UWMadison StudyAbroad/Study Away programs.</p><p>Quality ofWork</p><p>Undergraduate students must maintain the minimumgrade point average specified by the school, college, oracademic program to remain in good academic standing.Students whose academic performance drops belowthese minimum thresholds will be placed on academicprobation.</p><p>LEARNING OUTCOMES</p><p>1. (Human Resources and Management Tracks) Understand that themanagement of human resources is vital to a successful businessstrategy and organizational effectiveness.</p><p>2. (Human Resources Track) Analyze organization compensationstrategy to identify problems and develop solutions that support theorganizations strategy.</p><p>3. (Human Resources Track) Discern which staffing techniques are poor,fair, and good predictors of employees future job performance.</p><p>4. (Human Resources Track) Identify and address the various challengescurrently facing labor and employment relations.</p><p>5.(Human Resources Track) Apply appropriate tactics in competitive andcooperative negotiations individually and as part of a negotiation team.</p><p>6. (Human Resources Track) Design work systems and roles that allowemployees to contribute to organizational performance.</p><p>7. (Entrepreneurship Track) Develop innovative solutions to challengingproblems and generate economic and socially valuable outcomes.</p><p>8. (Entrepreneurship Track) Create, assess, shape, and act onopportunities in a variety of contexts and organizations.</p><p>9. (Entrepreneurship Track) Make decisions based on mindfulness ofrelevant stakeholders, ethical reflections, and an attempt to create andsustain social, environmental, and economic value.</p><p>10. (Entrepreneurship Track) Incorporate cultural context andcomplexities when managing in a global environment.</p><p>11. (Entrepreneurship Track) Exercise appropriate leadership,value diverse perspectives, and work collaboratively to accomplishorganizational objectives in a dynamic environment.</p><p>12. (Management Track) Develop successful team structures thatmitigate decision-making pitfalls and interpersonal conflict whilemaximizing team performance.</p><p>13. (Management Track) Design successful organization structures toachieve strategic objectives and execute operational plans within a globalbusiness environment.</p><p>14.(Management Track) Diagnose management and organizationalproblems from an internal or external consultants perspective and designinterventions to enhance organizational effectiveness.</p><p>15. (Management Track) Evaluate an organizations internal capabilitiesand external pressures and maximize its competitive advantage within anindustry.</p><p>FOUR-YEAR PLAN</p><p>This is asample four-year plan for students directly admitted into theSchool of Business from high school. We encourage all students toconsult with their academic advisor to develop an individualized plan thatmeets their specific needs.</p></li><li><p>Business: Management and Human Resources, BBA 3</p><p>There are three named options for the MHR major from which studentsmust choose. Students may also select any combination of two options.There are six plans below representing these options.</p><p>MANAGEMENTFreshmanFall Credits Spring Credits MATH211 5 ECON101 4 GENBUS110 1 PSYCH202 3 CommunicationsA</p><p>3 Science 3 </p><p>Ethnic Studies 3 Humanities,Social Science,or Literature</p><p>3 </p><p> 12 13 SophomoreFall Credits Spring Credits Summer CreditsECON102 4 GENBUS307 3 FINANCE/</p><p>ECON3003</p><p>GENBUS306 3 ACCTIS211 3 ACCTIS100 3 OTM300 3 MHR300 3 MARKETNG300 3 GENBUS300 3 MHR305, 399,</p><p>401, 403, or 4123 </p><p> 16 15 3JuniorFall Credits Spring Credits MHR423 3 MHR305, 399,</p><p>401, 403, or 4123 </p><p>Ethics1 3-4 BusinessBreadth</p><p>3 </p><p>CommunicationsB</p><p>3-4 Elective 3 </p><p>Elective 3 Elective 3 </p><p> 12-14 12 SeniorFall Credits Spring Credits GENBUS301 3 MHR305, 399,</p><p>401, 403, 412,310, 365, 422,427, or 628</p><p>3 </p><p>Humanities,Social Science,or Literature</p><p>3 BusinessBreadth</p><p>3 </p><p>Humanities,Social Science,or Literature</p><p>3 Elective 3 </p><p>Elective 3 Science 3 </p><p> 12 12 </p><p>Total Credits 107-109</p><p>HUMAN RESOURCESFreshmanFall Credits Spring Credits MATH211 5 ECON101 4 </p><p>GENBUS110 1 PSYCH202 3 CommunicationsA</p><p>3 Science 3 </p><p>Ethnic Studies 3 Humanities,Social Science,or Literature</p><p>3 </p><p> 12 13 SophomoreFall Credits Spring Credits Summer CreditsECON102 4 GENBUS307 3 FINANCE/</p><p>ECON3003</p><p>GENBUS306 3 ACCTIS211 3 ACCTIS100 3 OTM300 3 MHR300 3 MARKETNG300 3 GENBUS300 3 MHR305 3 </p><p> 16 15 3JuniorFall Credits Spring Credits MHR610 or611</p><p>3 MHR612 3 </p><p>CommunicationsB</p><p>3-4 BusinessBreadth</p><p>3 </p><p>Ethics 1 3-4 Elective 3 Elective 3 Elective 3 Elective 3 </p><p> 15-17 12 SeniorFall Credits Spring Credits GENBUS301 3 Business</p><p>Breadth3 </p><p>Elective 3 Science 3 Humanities,Social Science,or Literature</p><p>3 Elective 3 </p><p>Humanities,Social Science,or Literature</p><p>3 MHR612, 365,399, 423, 471,628, or R M I620</p><p>3 </p><p> 12 12 </p><p>Total Credits 110-112</p><p>1 Students must choose one of the following courses:PHILOS241Introductory Ethics,PHILOS243 Ethics in Business,PHILOS341Contemporary Moral Issues,PHILOS/ENVIRST441 EnvironmentalEthics</p><p>ENTREPRENEURSHIPFreshmanFall Credits Spring Credits MATH211 5 ECON101 4 GENBUS110 1 PSYCH202 3 CommunicationsA</p><p>3 Science 3 </p></li><li><p>4 Business: Management and Human Resources, BBA</p><p>Ethnic Studies 3 Humanities,Social Science,or Literature</p><p>3 </p><p> 12 13 SophomoreFall Credits Spring Credits Summer CreditsMHR300 3 GENBUS307 3 FINANCE/</p><p>ECON3003</p><p>GENBUS306 3 ACCTIS211 3 ECON102 4 OTM300 3 ACCTIS100 3 MHR434 3 GENBUS300 3 MARKETNG300 3 </p><p> 16 15 3JuniorFall Credits Spring Credits MHR422 3 MHR399,</p><p>FINANCE 457,M H R 305, MH R 310, M H R365, M H R 401,M H R 403, MH R 412, M H R423, M H R 441,or M H R 628</p><p>3 </p><p>Ethics 1 3-4 BusinessBreadth</p><p>3 </p><p>CommunicationsB</p><p>3-4 Elective 3 </p><p>Elective 3 Elective 3 Elective 3 </p><p> 15-17 12 SeniorFall Credits Spring Credits GENBUS301 3 MHR427 3 Humanities,Social Science,or Literature</p><p>3 BusinessBreadth</p><p>3 </p><p>Humanities,Social Science,or Literature</p><p>3 Science 3 </p><p>Elective 3 Elective 3 </p><p> 12 12 </p><p>Total Credits 110-112</p><p>1 Students must choose one of the following courses:PHILOS241Introductory Ethics,PHILOS243 Ethics in Business,PHILOS341Contemporary Moral Issues,PHILOS/ENVIRST441 EnvironmentalEthics</p><p>MANAGEMENT &amp; HUMAN RESOURCESFreshmanFall Credits Spring Credits MATH211 5 ECON101 4 GENBUS110 1 PSYCH202 3 CommunicationsA</p><p>3 Science 3 </p><p>Ethnic Studies 3 Humanities,Social Science,or Literature</p><p>3 </p><p> 12 13 SophomoreFall Credits Spring Credits Summer CreditsECON102 4 GENBUS307 3 FINANCE/</p><p>ECON3003</p><p>GENBUS306 3 ACCTIS211 3 GENBUS300 3 OTM300 3 ACCTIS100 3 MARKETNG300 3 MHR300 3 MHR305 3 </p><p> 16 15 3JuniorFall Credits Spring Credits CommunicationsB</p><p>3-4 MHR423 3 </p><p>Ethics1 3-4 BusinessBreadth</p><p>3 </p><p>Elective 3 Humanities,Social Science,or Literature</p><p>3 </p><p>MHR401, 399,403, or 412</p><p>3 Humanities,Social Science,or Literature</p><p>3 </p><p> 12-14 12 SeniorFall Credits Spring Credits GENBUS301 3 MHR612 3 Elective 3 Business</p><p>Breadth3 </p><p>MHR610 or611</p><p>3 Science 3 </p><p>Elective 3 MHR401, 399,403, 412, 310,365, 422, 427, or628</p><p>3 </p><p> 12 12 </p><p>Total Credits 107-109</p><p>1 Students must choose one of the following courses:PHILOS241Introductory Ethics,PHILOS243 Ethics in Business,PHILOS341Contemporary Moral Issues,PHILOS/ENVIRST441 EnvironmentalEthics</p><p>MANAGEMENT &amp; ENTREPRENEURSHIPFreshmanFall Credits Spring Credits MATH211 5 ECON101 4 GENBUS110 1 PSYCH202 3 CommunicationsA</p><p>3 Science 3 </p><p>Ethnic Studies 3 Humanities,Social Science,or Literature</p><p>3 </p><p> 12 13 </p></li><li><p>Business: Management and Human Resources, BBA 5</p><p>SophomoreFall Credits Spring Credits Summer CreditsECON102 4 GENBUS307 3 FINANCE/</p><p>ECON3003</p><p>GENBUS306 3 ACCTIS211 3 ACCTIS100 3 OTM300 3 GENBUS300 3 MARKETNG300 3 MHR300 3 MHR305, 399,</p><p>401, 403, or 4123 </p><p> 16 15 3JuniorFall Credits Spring Credits MHR422 3 Business</p><p>Breadth3 </p><p>MHR423 3 Humanities,Social Science,or Literature</p><p>3 </p><p>CommunicationsB</p><p>3-4 Elective 3 </p><p>Ethics 1 3-4 Elective 3 Elective 3 MHR305, 399,</p><p>401, 403, or 4123 </p><p> 15-17 15 SeniorFall Credits Spring Credits MHR434, 399,or FINANCE 457</p><p>3 MHR427 3 </p><p>Humanities,...</p></li></ul>

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