Undergraduate Programs

Bachelor of Science in Business Management (BSBM)


 

Program Objectives

The purpose of the Bachelor of Science in Business Management program is to provide students with an understanding of the challenges, concerns, and responsibilities that they will experience in the business world. This is accomplished through: (1) academic courses which cover the functional areas of business; and, (2) infusion of current trends and technologies into business management courses as part of the students’ learning process.

  1. Graduates will have an intimate knowledge of, and practical skills in, modern techniques of management practice that can be implemented in organizations so that those graduates may step into positions of responsibility in any organizational setting.
  2. Graduates will have a clear understanding of ethical and behavioral concerns that manager’s face in the workplace to encourage respect for the individual and the environment.
  3. Graduates will acquire hands-on experience in using a computer as an analytical and managerial tool.

 

Course Requirements

General Education Courses (17 courses, 68 Units)
Communications 16
Humanities and Arts 12
Social and Behavioral Sciences 16
Sciences and Technology 24
Total General Education Courses 68 Units 
Major Courses (23 courses, 92 units)
BM 201 Principles of Management 4
BM 211 Principles of Accounting I 4
BM 221 Business Statistics I 4
BM 231 Business Communications 4
BM 271 Business Law & Ethics 4
BM 281 Mathematics for Business & Economics 4
BM 311 Principles of Accounting II 4
BM 321 Business Statistics II 4
BM 331 Financial Management 4
BM 332 Investment Theory 4
BM 341 Human Resources Management 4
BM 342 Organizational Management 4
BM 351 Marketing Management 4
BM 352 Consumer Behavior 4
BM 361 Management Science 4
BM 362 Production & Operations Management 4
BM 371 Strategic Management 4
CS 211 Computer Applications in Business & Economics 4
CS 311 Management Information System 4
EC 201 Principles of Economics 4
IB 201 International Business Management 4
IT 201 Introduction to e-Commerce 4
IT 202 Introduction to Internet Marketing 4
Total Units of Major Courses Required92 Units
Elective Courses (5 courses, 20 units)

A total of twenty (20) quarter units of major courses under the B.S.C.I.S. program is required.

Total Units of Elective Courses 20 units
Total Units Required 180 units
 

Graduation Requirements

The B.S.B.M. degree is conferred upon satisfactory completion of the required quarter units shown below. A minimum grade point average of 2.0 is required. The requirements can be summarized as follows:

Course Units
General Education Courses
68 units
Major Courses
92 units
Elective Courses
20 units
Total Quarter Units Required

180 units

Up to 128 quarter units (32 courses) of coursework can be accepted for transfer credits from another institution. At least 52 quarter units (13 courses) of Major courses must be completed in residency at the California University of Management and Sciences. Deviations and substitutions for the requirements must be approved by the Academic Dean before the start of classes.

 

Bachelor of Science in
Computer Information Systems (BSCIS)


 

Program Objectives

The purpose of the Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems program is to prepare students for system analyst and management positions by providing state-of–the-art computer concepts, programming languages, systems analysis, network administration, and database management skills.

  1. Graduates will be able to demonstrate the skills necessary to obtain an intermediate/advanced level position in computer and business related job industry.
  2. Graduates will be able to demonstrate the knowledge and skills needed to continue the educational process toward more advanced training leading to career advancement.
  3. Graduates will be able to design a complete software system using state-of-the-art microcomputer application software: a database management system package, a spreadsheet package, and a word processing package.
  4. Graduates will be able to verify and test accuracy and completeness of programs by preparing sample data and by using debugging techniques and software aids.
  5. Graduates will be able to communicate effectively regarding computer technology with other computer professionals.
  6. Graduates will be able to adapt to changing application software through the use of reference manuals and software updates.

 

Course Requirements


CalUMS requires 68 units of general education courses, 92 units of major courses and 20 units of electives for students to achieve Bachelor Degree. Following are the course requirements for the Bachelor Degree in Computer Information Systems;

General Education Courses (17 courses, 68 units)
Communications 16
Humanities and Arts 12
Social and Behavioral Sciences 16
Sciences and Technology 24
Total General Education Courses 68 Units
Major Courses (23 courses, 92 units)
BM 201 Principles of Management 4
BM 221 Business Statistics I 4
BM 231 Business Communications 4
BM 271 Business Law & Ethics 4
BM 281 Mathematics for Business & Economics 4
BM 321 Business Statistics II 4
BM 371 Strategic Management 4
CS 201 Introduction to Computer Information Systems 4
CS 211 Computer Applications in Business & Economics 4
CS 221 Introduction to Data Structures & Algorithms 4
CS 301 Information Technology for Networked Organizations 4
CS 302 Executive Support System 4
CS 311 Management Information System 4
CS 321 Database Concepts 4
CS 331 Principles of Programming Languages 4
CS 332 Object Oriented Programming 4
CS 341 Business Telecommunications 4
CS 351 System Analysis & Design 4
CS 361 Digital Multimedia Systems Design4
EC 201 Principles of Economics 4
IT 201 Introduction to e-Commerce 4
IT 202 Introduction to Internet Marketing 4
IT 301 Principles of Web Design 4
Total Units of Major Courses Required92 Units
Elective Course (5 courses, 20 units)

A total of twenty (20) quarter units of major courses under the B.S.B.M. program is required.

Total Units of Elective Courses 20 Units
Total Units Required 180 Units


Graduation Requirements

The Bachelor of Science degree is conferred upon completion of a minimum of one hundred eighty (180) quarter units. The 180 quarter units shall be composed of 45 courses of 4 units each. A minimum grade point average of 2.0 is required. The requirements can be summarized as follows:

Course Units
General Education Courses 68 units
Major Courses 92 units
Electives 20 units
Total 180 units 


Up to 128 quarter units (32 courses) of coursework can be accepted for transfer credits from another institution. At least 52 quarter units (13 courses) of Major courses must be completed in residency at the California University of Management and Sciences. Deviations and substitutions for the requirements must be approved by the Academic Dean.

 

 

Associate of Science in
Healthcare Business Administration (ASHBA)


  

Program Objectives

The purpose of the Associate of Science in Healthcare Business Administration Program is to prepare students for entry-level positions in healthcare-related professions with the basic knowledge of business administration in addition to basic healthcare concepts. Given its short time frame, this program also aims to help students earn their degrees and start their healthcare professions early, as well as those who wish to pursue higher degrees in healthcare- related professional institutions.

  1. Graduates will be able to understand the functional areas of business and economics, and apply its principles especially in the healthcare environment.
  2. Graduates will be able to understand and appreciate basic knowledge of healthcare concepts and practices including terminology, insurance, health law, data systems, office management, and current public health issues.
  3. Graduates will acquire hands-on experience in using a computer as an analytical and statistical tool.

 

Course Requirements
General Education Courses (11 courses, 44 units)

Units

Communications 8
Humanities and Arts 8
Social and Behavioral Sciences* 8
Sciences and Technology * 20

Total General Education Courses

 44

Major Courses (12 courses, 48 units)
BM 201 Principles of Management 4
BM 221 Business Statistics I 4
BM 231 Business Communications 4
EC 201 Principles of Economics 4
HM 201 Healthcare Concepts 4
HM 202 Healthcare Terminology 4
HM 251 Introduction to Healthcare Industry 4
HM 252 Principles of Insurance and Practice 4
HM 261 Healthcare Office Management 4
HM 271 Public Health Issues 4
HM 281 Business and Health Law 4
HM 291 Healthcare Data Systems 4

Total Quarter Units Required

 48

Elective Courses (Choose any one (1) course below.)
HM 241 Healthcare Marketing 4
HM 262 Workplace Behaviors in Healthcare 4
HM 272 Healthcare Careers 4
HM 292 Healthcare Information Technology 4

 

Graduation Requirements

The A.S.H.B.A. degree is conferred upon satisfactory completion of the required quarter units shown below. A minimum grade point average of 2.0 is required. The requirements can be summarized as follows:

General Education Course Classification

Quarter Units Required
General Education Courses 44 units
Major Courses 48 units
Electives Courses 4 units
Total Quarter Units Required

 96 units

 Up to 40 quarter units (10 courses) of coursework can be accepted for transfer credits from another institution. At least 20 quarter units (5 courses) of Major Courses must be completed in residency at the California University of Management and Sciences. Deviations and substitutions for the requirements must be approved by the Academic Dean before the start of classes.