The goal of the Business Academic Residential Community is to create an academic atmosphere while providing opportunities for students to grow in and out of the classroom.
Students participating in the Business ARC should be prepared to engage in at least one specific ARC course each term. Students can choose courses that explore business areas, meet lower division or minor requirements, or give elective credit. Students will take courses required for the major during fall and spring terms.
You will automatically be placed in these two courses as part of your admissions to the residential community. Do not drop these courses. Talk to your academic advisor if you have questions.
- BA 101: Introduction to Business. 4 credits. Required for admission to the Lundquist College of Business. Counts as a social science course for the UO general education requirements. If you already have BA 101 on your transcript, chat with an advisor during new student orientation.
- BA 199: Professional Development. 1 credit. Focuses on understanding developing relations that contribute to academic and professional growth, determining next steps to pursuing academic goals.
The option of one of the following courses. Students will need to register for these courses on their own and they are first come, first serve. Only a certain amount of spots will be held in each section.
- BA 252: Global Perspectives in Business. 4 credits. A business elective that counts towards both the Certificate in Global Business and as one global context course required for the major.
- FIN 281: Personal Finance. 4 credits. A business elective focused on personal financial strategies.
- MGMT 225: Introduction to Entrepreneurship. 4 credits. A business elective course to help students explore the entrepreneurship concentration or minor.
- MGMT 250: Introduction to Sustainable Business. 4 credits. A business elective course to help students explore the sustainable business minor.
- SBUS 250: Sports, Business, Society. 4 credits. A business elective course to help students explore the sports business concentration and minor. Spots are only reserved for students in the BizARC's sports business sub-community.
You will automatically be placed in this course, which includes a lecture and a lab, as part of your participation in the residential community. If you have questions about this placement, please see an academic advisor.
- BA 240: Managing Business Information. 4 credits. A lower division course required for admission to or continuation of the business major.
Students are also encouraged to consider:
- Optional business-themed courses focused on major exploration
- Other required pre-business courses
- Courses satisfying general education requirements, such as math and writing