The Undergraduate program has specific learning goals and objectives that are imbedded in the curriculum. These learning outcomes are fostered throughout the undergraduate experience, particularly in the core courses. The learning goals are measured by direct and indirect means that include course assignments, exams, projects, surveys and evaluations. The learning outcomes for Haas School of Business Undergraduate Program are listed here.
Descriptions for all UGBA courses can be found here.
NOTE: Not all courses listed below are offered every semester.
|C5/L&S C5||2||Introduction to Entrepreneurship|
|10||3||Principles of Business|
|39AC||3||Philanthropy: A Cross-Cultural Perspective|
|96||1-4||Lower Division Special Topics in Business Administration|
|98||1-4||Directed Group Study|
|101A||3||Microeconomic Analysis for Business Decisions||Econ 1, Math 1A or 16A, Stat 21 or equivalents|
|101B||3||Macroeconomic Analysis for Business Decisions||Econ 1, Math 1A or 16A, Stat 21 or equivalents|
|102A||3||Introduction to Financial Accounting|
|102B||3||Introduction to Managerial Accounting||102A|
|103||4||Introduction to Finance||101A or equivalent|
|104||3||Analytic Decision Modeling Using Spreadsheets||Math 1B or 16B, Statistics 21 or equivalents|
|107||3||The Social, Political and Ethical Env. of Business|
The following UC Berkeley courses may be used to fulfill the corresponding core business requirement. However, units earned for these approved substitutions are non-business upper division units and students must take additional business electives towards the required 38 upper division business units.
Econ 100A or Econ 101A can be used in place of UGBA 101A.
Econ 100B or Econ 101B can be used in place of UGBA 101B.
EEP 100 can be used in place of UGBA 101A.
IAS 106 can be used in place of UGBA 101A.
IAS 107 can be used in place of UGBA 101B.
Effective Spring 2014, UC Berkeley Extension courses XB102A “Introduction to Financial Accounting” and XB102B “Introduction to Managerial Accounting” ARE NOT equivalent to UGBA 102A and UGBA 102B as taught by the Haas Undergraduate Program. Students planning on applying to the Haas Undergraduate Program or conditionally admitted students to the Haas Undergraduate Program should NOT enroll in either of these courses.
|113||3||Managerial Economics||101A & 101B or equivalents|
|115||3||Competitive Strategy||101A or equivalents|
|117||1-4||Special Topics in Economic Analysis and Policy||101A & 101B or equivalents|
|118||3||International Trade||101A or equivalent|
|119||3||Leading Strategy Implementation|
|120AA||4||Intermediate Financial Accounting 1||102A|
|120AB||4||Intermediate Financial Accounting 2||102A is required. 120AA is recommended.|
|120B||4||Advanced Financial Accounting||120AA and 120AB are recommended|
|121||4||Federal Income Tax Accounting||102A; 120AA recommended|
|122||3||Financial Information Analysis||120AA|
|W125||3||Professional Judgment in Accounting||126 completed or in progress. Must have 120AA completed.|
|126||4||Auditing||120AA; 120AB and 120B recommended|
|127||1-4||Special Topics in Accounting||102A & 102B|
|128||3||Strategic Cost Management||102B|
|129||3||Financial Reporting for Complex Transactions||120AA; 120AB recommended|
|131||3||Corporate Finance & Financial Statement Analysis||103|
|132||3||Financial Institutions and Markets||101A, 101B and 103|
|137||1-4||Special Topics in Finance||103|
|141||3||Production and Operations Management||104 or equivalent or consent of instructor.|
|143||3||Game Theory and Business Decisions||Math 1B or 16B, Statistics 21, or equivalents.|
|147||1-4||Special Topics in Manufacturing & Info Tech||140|
|151||3||Management of Human Resources||105|
|152||3||Negotiation and Conflict Resolution||105|
|154||2 or 3||Power and Politics in Organizations|
|156AC||3||Diversity in the Workplace||10, 105, 151 recommended|
|157||1-4||Special Topics in the Management of Organizations||105|
|161||3||Marketing Research: Tools& Tech. for Data Collection & Analysis||106|
|162||3||Brand Management and Strategy||106|
|167||1-4||Special Topics in Marketing||106|
|170||2||Ethical Leadership in Business|
|C172*||3||Business in Its Historical Environment|
|175||3||Legal Aspects of Management|
|177||1-4||Special Topics in Business and Public Policy||107|
|178||3||Introduction to International Business||101A-101B or equivalents.|
|179||3||International Consulting for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises|
|180||3||Intro to Real Estate and Urban Land Economics||Econ 1, Math 1A or 16A or equivalents|
|183||3||Introduction to Real Estate Finance||180|
|184||3||Urban and Real Estate Economics||101A or Econ 101A or consent of instructor|
|187||1-4||Special Topics in Real Estate Economics and Finance|
|190S||3||Strategy for the Information Technology Firm|
|190T||1-4||Special Topics in Innovation and Design|
|190V||2||Corporate Strategy in Telecommunications and Media|
|191C||2||Communication for Leaders|
|191P||3||Leadership and Personal Development|
|192A||3||Leading Nonprofit and Social Enterprises||101A or equivalent|
|192L||2||Applied Impact Evaluation|
|192N||1-5||Topics in Non-Profit Management|
|192P||3||Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility & Consulting Projects|
|192T||1-4||Topics in Corporate Social Responsibility|
|193C||0||Curricular Practical Training for International Students||International students only|
|193I||1-4||Business Abroad||To be determined by instructor depending on topic|
|194||1||Undergraduate Colloquium on Business Topics|
|195P||3||Perspectives on Entrepreneurship|
|195S||3||Entrepreneurship To Address Global Poverty|
|195T||1-3||Topics in Entrepreneurship|
|196||1-4||Special Topics in Business Administration||Upper division standing.|
|198||1-4||Directed Group Study|
|199||1-4||Supervised Independent Study and Research|