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ADVANCED FOUNDATION IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Undergraduate Certificate Program

Erin Mariano
W000 Educational Activities Bldg
Penn State Harrisburg
Phone: 717-948-6344
E-mail: emh154@psu.edu

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ADVANCED FOUNDATION IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (CLAFBA)

The final certificate program in the Foundation in Business Administration series provides greater depth in areas of marketing, statistics and arts with an additional three courses required for completion. Courses completed for this program can be used towards any of the five baccalaureate degree programs in the School of Business Administration. Students should work with an advisor to customize their course selection.

To earn an undergraduate certificate in ADVANCED FOUNDATION IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, a minimum of 28 credits is required.

PRESCRIBED COURSES

ENGL 15
ECON 102
CAS 100
MGMT 301
MKTG 301
STAT 200

An additional 9 credits are required; 3 General Humanities, 3 General Natural Sciences and 3 General Arts. MGMT 301 and MKTG 301 require successful completion of ENGL 15 and ECON 102 as well as MATH 21: College Algebra or higher placement on testing. STAT 200 requires two units of algebra as a prerequisite. Students should contact the program assistant for information about math placement testing.

No Prerequisites Required.

Effective Date: Fall Semester 2011

Expiration Date:

Last Revised by the Department: 12/22/2011

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