Skills in writing, communications, quantitative methods, computers, and economics are basic to a professional education in business administration. The exact sequence of these courses taken by students depends upon the results of placement tests in mathematics and writing. All Eberhardt students must consult with their faculty advisors before registering. The following preprofessional skills courses are required:
- Advanced Writing: ENGL 25-Reader, Writer, Text*, or another approved writing course.
- Public Speaking: COMM 27-Public Speaking*.
- Mathematics: MATH 45-Introduction to Finite Mathematics and Calculus* and MATH 37-Probability and Statistics*.
- Computer Literacy: COMP 25-Computers and Information Processing*.
- Economics: ECON 53-Microeconomics* and ECON 55-Macroeconomics*.
*These courses are also part of the Pacific General Education Program, and can be counted toward the University General Education requirements.