General Business

COURSE LISTINGS in GENERAL BUSINESS

1013 BUSINESS MATHEMATICS
Practical application of principles of mathematics to various phases of business, common and decimal fractions, cash and trade discounts, simple and compound interest, bank discount, and cost of credit. Elective credit only. 3 hours

 

1503 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS
Identification of role of business in modern society, including analysis of specialized fields within business organizations and overall picture of business operations; first course for business majors and also provides understanding of modern American business for non-business majors. 3 hours

 

2103 COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS
Learning the use of various software programs, including word processing, spreadsheet and desktop publishing. Prerequisite: keyboarding skills. 3 hours

 

2880 SPECIAL TOPICS
Special topics in business administration. 1-4 hours (may be repeated for total of 6 hours).

 

2900 WORKSHOP
Guided study in business administration under faculty supervision; varied topics and methods of instruction. 1-4 hours (may be repeated for total of 6 hours with change in title and topic).

 

2990 TUTORIAL
Independent study in business administration under faculty supervision. 1-4 hours (may be repeated for total of 9 hours with change in title and content).

 

3013 ADVANCED COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS
Continuation of BADM 2103. Prerequisite: BADM 2103 or equivalent. 3 hours

 

3103 BUSINESS LAW I
Contracts, negotiable instruments, agencies, suretyship, insurance, sales, partnerships, corporations, property. 3 hours

 

3113 BUSINESS LAW II
Continuation of BADM 3103. 3 hours

 

3223 BUSINESS COMMUNICATION
Psychology of communication, functional writing and speaking, emphasis on management policies and practices which lead to effective communication. Prerequisites: IDS 1113 (Writing I) and IDS 1213 (Writing II). 3 hours

 

3243 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING
Current practices and structure of the market; analysis of marketing functions, institutions, pricing, demand creation, costs and marketing legislation. Prerequisites: ACCT 2103, ACCT 2203, ECON 2113, and ECON 2123. 3 hours

 

3253 PRINCIPLES OF INSURANCE
Types of policies available and protection offered. 3 hours

 

3363 ADMINISTRATIVE RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
Organization and control of office environment, management of mid-level office and leadership involved in working with people, ergonomics, and equipping an office. 3 hours

 

3383 REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES
Fundamentals of real estate: contracts, deeds, leases, abstracts, options, liens, management, appraisal, and taxes. 3 hours

 

3483 PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE
Identification, analysis, and solution of problems in finance; nature and investment merits of corporate bonds; preferred stocks and common stocks. 3 hours

 

 

4333 SEMINAR
A course offering senior business majors an opportunity to engage in research or advanced study of problems of mutual interest to members of class. 3 hours

 

4453 BUSINESS ETHICS
This course provides a general overview of contemporary and historical theories of ethics. Understanding that social responsibility as opposed to legal responsibility involves a voluntary response from an organization that is above and beyond what is specified by law. Conflicting obligations, feelings, and opinions that people often face in personal and professional situations will be explored using a case study format. Prerequisite: junior or senior standing. 3 hours

 

4880 SPECIAL TOPICS
Special topics in business administration. 1-4 hours (may be repeated for total of 6 hours).

 

4900 WORKSHOP
Treatment of related topics and problems in business administration. 1-6 hours (may be repeated for total of 9 hours with change in title and content).

 

4990 TUTORIAL
Independent study in business administration under faculty supervision. 1-4 hours (may be repeated for total of 9 hours with change in title and content).