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BUS100 Introduction to Business Credit Hours: 3.00
Introduction to Business Principles of business operations in the private enterprise system. Includes contemporary business and its environment, structure of American business, management principles of the organization, people, and production, marketing management, information systems and accounting, and financing the enterprise.
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Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.
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BUS125 eCommerce Credit Hours: 3.00
Introduction to conducting business on the Internet. Includes electronic commerce terminology, locating information, business applications, legal issues and security, and web site components and connectivity. Also includes marketing on the Internet, career opportunities, future developments, and building and operating a successful e-commerce store.
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Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.
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BUS148 Ethics in the Workplace Credit Hours: 3.00
Ethical principles in decision making applied to the business and industry workplace. Includes ethical issues in decision making, ethical frameworks for decisions, personal values and ethical priorities, ethics in business and industry, ethical standards in the workplace, ethical choices, application of ethical principles, social and cultural values applied to decisions, and workplace culture.
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Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.
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BUS151 Mathematics of Business Credit Hours: 3.00
Applying mathematical procedures, using algebraic techniques, critical thinking, and problem-solving methods for practical utility in the business environment. Includes math review; bank records; payroll; trade and cash discounts; markup and markdown; simple and compound interest; present and future value; annuities and sinking funds; consumer credit; depreciation; inventory, overhead, and turnover; financial statements; insurance; taxes; and stocks and bonds.
Prerequisite(s): MAT 086 or completion of Module 22 in MAT 089 or satisfactory score on the Mathematics assessment test.
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Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.
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BUS205 Statistical Methods in Economics and Business SUN# BUS2201 Credit Hours: 3.00
Introduction to statistical concepts and methods of business. Includes statistics, data, and statistical thinking; methods for describing sets of data, probability, sampling distributions, inferences based on single sample and two samples; estimation with confidence intervals and tests of hypothesis, correlation and regression, time series, design of experiments and analysis of variance (ANOVA), and categorical data analysis.
Prerequisite(s): MAT 212.
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Recommendation: CSA 110A.
Information: MAT 172 or 173 may be accepted as the prerequisite if taken prior to Fall 2013. Basic Excel knowledge is required before enrolling in this course. CSA 110A meets this requirement.
Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.
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BUS210 International Business Credit Hours: 3.00
Introduction to international business, focusing on the importance of cultural, economic, legal, political, sociological, and strategic complexities that emerge when business activities transcend international borders. Includes the terminology of international business and the basic do's and don'ts within the various foreign business societies.
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Recommendation: Completion of BUS 100 before enrolling in this course.
Offered: May not be offered this year, check class schedule.
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BUS220 Legal Environment of Business Credit Hours: 3.00
Overview of the impact of law, ethics and corporate responsibility in business. Includes basic concepts of law, structure, characteristics, the administration thereof, and continues through the many facets of business and the law including without limitation, formation, operation, ethics, corporate responsibility, agency, contracts, and government regulation.
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Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.
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BUS250 Entrepreneurship Credit Hours: 3.00
Introduction to implementing creative ideas for organizations. Includes types of entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial mind, Timmons model of the entrepreneurial process, resource requirements, financing entrepreneurial ventures, and the business plan.
Prerequisite(s): BUS 100.
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Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.
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BUS296 Independent Study in Business Credit Hours: 1-3.00
Independent study projects or special interest areas in business under the supervision of a faculty member.
Prerequisite(s): BUS 100.
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Information: May be taken two times for a maximum of six credit hours.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
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BUS299WK Co-op Work: Business Credit Hours: 1-8.00
A supervised cooperative work program for students in an occupation related area. Teacher-coordinators work with students and their supervisors. Variable credit is available by special arrangement.
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Course Corequisites: BUS 299
Information: May be taken two times for a maximum of sixteen credit hours.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
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BUS299 Co-op: Business Credit Hours: 1.00
Principles of job success. Preparation of job-related objectives, individual progress and advancement on the job, labor relations, role of management, and evaluation of student work experience. Emphasis on attitude adjustment.
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Course Corequisites: BUS 299WK
Information: May be taken two times for a maximum of two credit hours.
Offered: Fall, Spring.
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