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- Business Administration
- Business Technology
- Hospitality and Tourism Business Management
- Office Administration
Business Degrees and Certificates
Formerly BUSAD 100. Mathematical applications in business involving word problems. Recommended preparation: MATH 097.
Formerly BUSAD 102. Introductory course exploring factors which influence ethical or unethical behavior. Required elements include written articles/case studies, oral presentations and quizzes. Prerequisite: BUS& 101 and placement in ENGL& 101, or permission of program coordinator.
Formerly BUSAD 108. Introductory course covering marketing strategy, current ethical issues, market research, segmentation, buyer behavior, product development, pricing decisions, distribution, and integrated marketing communications. Prerequisite: BUS& 101 or concurrent enrollment or permission of program coordinator.
Formerly BUSAD 111. Introductory course examining the role of retailing in today’s economy. Topics include consumer targeting and behavior, effective operations, integrated marketing communications. Merchandising, store layout, design, and image. Recommended preparation: BUS& 101 or permission of instructor.
Formerly BUSAD 113. Introductory course covering personal and telephone selling, sales management and training, and product promotion/advertising. Recommended preparation: BUS 108.
Formerly BUSAD 140. Application of research and writing activities to enhance knowledge of the business profession and environment using APA writing style and completing both oral and written communication projects using PowerPoint, Word, Excel, and other formats that would be useful in a professional arena. Recommended preparation: BUS& 101 or general business knowledge. Prerequisite: placement in ENGL& 101.
Formerly BUSAD 170. Designed to help students understand the needs and requirements for superior customer service. Customer service forms the basis for how we do our jobs with the objective of exceeding the expectations of our customers. Topics covered include defining customer service, basic communication techniques, customer relations, problem solving, conflict resolution, and anger and stress management. Prerequisite: placement in ENGL& 101 or permission of program coordinator.
Formerly BUSAD 222. An introduction to Human Relations in the workplace. Communication skills, conflict resolution, power, politics, ethics, and team dynamics are presented and analyzed. Current research and theories of behavioral sciences and communications are applied to workplace situations.
Formerly BUSAD 223. Fundamental principles of management as applied to business enterprise. Actual business cases are studied and discussed amongst students by applying business management principles. Recommended preparation: BUS& 101.
Formerly BUSAD 230. Introductory human resource management course covering activities and issues confronted by management when planning and forecasting personnel needs of organizations. Examines equal employment opportunity, affirmative action, diversity issues, staffing, training and development, compensation and benefits, labor/management relations, and health/safety. Recommended preparation: placement into ENGL& 101.
Reading, writing, discussion and oral presentations designed to develop in-depth, advanced level knowledge of a topic in business administration. Required preparation: acceptance into the Honors Program.
This course examines the role of project management in a business or corporate environment. Students learn how to achieve project goals and objectives within set constraints, such as time and budget. Topics include: project management frameworks and processes and their application to a project. Students learn to apply knowledge and skills to effectively initiate, plan, execute, and complete projects. Prerequisite: Program admittance or permission of BAS program coordinator.
This course covers the standard rules, regulations, and issues related to business management compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Topics include the role of the auditor, the legal environment for the auditor, compliance requirements and standards, and strategies for achieving and maintaining compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Prerequisite: Program admittance or permission of BAS program coordinator.
Covers the role of business in modern economy and topics related to internal operations of a business and opportunities in business. Recommended preparation: BUS 100 and placement into ENGL& 101.
Principles of law as they apply to business, including history, contracts, law of agencies, rights and duties of employer and employee, negotiable instruments, insurance, personal property, bailments, conditional sales, partnerships, corporations, real property and security relations. Recommended preparation: BUS& 101.