Introductory course for business majors. Survey of basic principles, forms, and practices involved in administration of business. (Formerly BUS 1203)
Nontechnical personal finances. Practical applications in budgeting, banking, borrowing, insurance, investment, taxes, home ownership, and family financial planning. May be taken for elective credit only. (Formerly BUS 2013)
An introduction to basic statistical terminology, organization of data, measures of central tendency and dispersions, and application of statistical techniques using business examples and statistical applications software. Includes elementary probability, sampling, estimation, software applications, and a variety of other statistical techniques to prepare the student for upper-level forecasting, linear programming, and multivariate applications. Prerequisite: MATH 1513 or higher. (Formerly BMA 2333 and cross-listed with MATH 2843.)
Comprehensive view of the communication process in the business environment with emphasis on listening skills, a review of grammar, writing various types of letters, memoranda, electronic messages, employment-related messages and reports, delivering oral presentations, and developing interpersonal skills. Prerequisite: ENGL 1113. (Formerly BADM/BUS 2523)
This course covers the principles of business law for normal business transactions, with emphasis on the judicial system, general contracts, bailments, and sales contracts. (Formerly BUS 3323)
Examination of moral and ethical issues within business and professional environments. In addition to a broad study of ethical behavior and decision making, various professional codes of conduct will be examined. Central to this examination will be the discussion of integrity, independence, and objectivity, as well as legal liability. Prerequisite: MGMT 3013.
A course designed to develop oral and written skills for managers and professionals. Common problems and solutions will be stressed with an emphasis on practical applications to meet individual needs. (Formerly COMM 3913)
Investigates cultural influences, government, and business structures in a global economy through studying trade relations, marketing and promotion, production system, labor contracts, and international finance and accounting. Prerequisite: MGMT 3013.
Supervised professional-level business assignment with a business firm, government agency, or not-for-profit agency. Prerequisites: ACCT 2103, ACCT 2203, ECON 2123, BADM 2843, BADM 3113, Junior/Senior standing, and instructor’s permission.