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Enrollment Planning Information for Freshmen

We look forward to welcoming you to the University of Houston and the Bauer College of Business very soon! In preparation for your academic advising session, it's important that you begin the planning process now by adding courses to your myUH academic planner.

Step 1: Choose your courses.

Provided below is a list of the typical courses most freshman business majors take in their first semester. You can also check out the academic map for your intended major in the UH in 4 website. Remember, if you have completed dual credit or anticipate AP credit for any of the recommended courses, please choose one of the courses listed in the alternative courses section of the table below. Information and descriptions of all of these courses is available as you go through the planning process through your myUH account.

If you have any questions, please email


Typical courses for Freshmen

Course Number 


ENGL 1303

Freshman Composition I

Math 1314*

Calculus for Business

PSYC 1300
SOC 1300

Introduction to Psychology
Introduction to Sociology

MIS 3300

Introduction to Computers and Management Information Systems

US History or US Government (choose one of the following)

HIST 1377 or HIST 1376

The United States to 1877

HIST 1378 or HIST 1379

The United States since 1877

POLS 1336
POLS 1337

US & Texas Constitutions and Politics
US Government: Congress, President, and Courts


ACCT 2331

Accounting Principles I - Financial

ECON 2304
ECON 2305

Microeconomic Principles
Macroeconomic Principles

Life and Physical Sciences

Choose a course from the Life and Physical Sciences core list

*Enrollment eligibility is determined by the Math Placement Exam, Students who do not place into Math 1314 may choose Math 1311 – Elementary Mathematical Modeling as long as placement requirements are met.


Step 2: Add courses to your myUH academic planner.

The basic steps for accessing your planner are below.

  1. Sign into your myUH
  2. Select UH Self Service icon on the left side of your screen
  3. Select "Student Center"
  4. Select "Plan" under Academics
  5. Select "Browse Course Catalog" for course information

Enrollment Planning Information for Transfer Students

We look forward to welcoming you to the University of Houston and the Bauer College of Business very soon!

Use the information below along with the BBA Degree Plan to explore your course options in preparation for your academic advising session. The first-semester schedule recommendations below are suggested. Schedule recommendations assume that students meet prerequisites for suggested courses. Also, students are free to select different course options based on transfer work and course prerequisites.

If you have any questions, please email


Prioritizing your schedule

New transfer students who are admitted as Pre-Business should prioritize their schedules based on what they have already completed at their transferring school and UH Bauer College degree plan filing requirements.

Priority 1

UH or Pre-business core classes you have not already completed (Sections 1 and 2 of BBA Degree Program)

Priority 2

STAT 3331

Supply Chain Management (SCM) majors must complete STAT 3331 with a grade of "C" or higher in order to take 4000-level SCM courses. Also, visit the Academic Advising website for the latest information on STAT 3331 prerequisite changes.

Priority 3


3000-level introductory business class within your possible major of interest, with the exception of FINA 3332.

If you are interested in:

  • Accounting:  ACCT 3366 (choose ACCT 3377 if you are also enrolling in STAT 3331)
  • Finance:  None – Take FINA 3332 in second semester at UH if you take STAT 3331 in first semester
  • Management:  MANA 3335
  • Marketing:  MARK 3336
  • Entrepreneurship:  ENTR 3310
  • Management Information Systems:  MIS 3360
  • Supply Chain Management:  SCM 3301


Priority 4


Remaining Courses from Section 4 of  BBA Degree Program
INTB 3354 or INTB 3355

Business and Professional Speaking requirement (MARK 3337 or COMM 3356)
Other 3000-level introductory business courses (See Section 5 of BBA Degree Program)