BUSI 201 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS (3) - This course is a survey of and introduction to the activities and functions that comprise the field of business administration and focuses on general topics such as management, marketing, production, finance and data processing.
BUSI 203 BUSINESS STATISTICS (3) - Designed to acquaint the student with basic business statistics, this course includes the following topics: measures of central tendency and variability; probability; hypothesis testing and correlation; and regression analysis. Prerequisite: MATH 1165 Pre-Calculus for Business
BUSI 211 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT (3) - The purpose of this course is to examine theory related to the managerial function including areas such as planning, organizing, staffing and controlling business organizations. The case study method is used. Prerequisite or Corequisite: BUSI 201 Introduction to Business
BUSI 215 REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES I (3) - This course is designed to provide an introduction to the fundamental legal concepts and principles that underlie all modern real estate transactions. Particular attention is given to real property law, real estate transactions, contract negotiations and financing issues.
BUSI 231 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING (3) - Students are introduced to basic theory and techniques of performance related to the marketing function in this course; both wholesale and retail marketing patterns are studied. Prerequisite: BUSI 201 Introduction to Business
BUSI 241 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS (3) - This survey course evaluates the cultural, political and economic environments of international business as well as the role of international and regional organizations in facilitating commerce. Particular emphasis will be placed on the European Economic Community and developing nations.
BUSI 243 INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT (3) - International portfolio strategy, plant location, national entry strategy, new product introduction and risk management are among the topics covered in this course. Emphasis is placed on the case study method and presentations by active international managers.
BUSI 251 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I (3) - This course provides an overview of the fundamental concepts and principles underlying accounting information. Emphasis is placed on how data are accumulated and reported using manual and computer-augmented approaches. The student is introduced to accounting systems and major asset categories such as cash, receivables, inventories and plant assets. Partnership accounting is also introduced.
BUSI 252 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II (3) - A continuation of Principles of Accounting I, this course introduces corporate accounting, investments, bonds and equities. These basic topics are followed by an examination of the statement of cash flows, analysis of financial statements and an introduction to managerial accounting. Prerequisite: BUSI 251 Principles of Accounting I
BUSI 272 INVESTMENT PRINCIPLES AND ANALYSIS (3) - This course covers the basics of investing. Topics include a comprehensive overview of financial instruments and real assets available for investment, current procedures and trends in trading practices, and an introduction to valuation techniques. There is discussion of the risk-return tradeoff, the characteristics of efficient markets, and opportunities for global investing. Cross-reference: ECON 271 Investment Principles / Practices
BUSI 281 BUSINESS LAW I (3) - Designed to provide a basic knowledge of business law and legal reasoning, this course covers the legal environment of business, constitutional law, intellectual property, torts, product liability, the law of contracts, sales and negotiable instruments. Ethical issues are discussed throughout the semester in order to sensitize the student to the ethical considerations integral to the business environment.
BUSI 282 BUSINESS LAW II (3) - This course provides the student with an advanced understanding of business law. Topics include creditors’ rights, bankruptcy and reorganization, law of agency, forms of business organizations, personal property, accountant liability and administrative law. Business ethical issues and controversies are discussed throughout the semester. Prerequisite: BUSI 281 Business Law I
BUSI 300 PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL ASSESSMENT IN A GLOBAL BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT (3) - This survey course focuses on assessment skills and techniques needed by a leader in a global business environment, including: universal life skills competencies, active lifelong learning strategies, professional portfolio development, time management techniques, and personal responsibilities in a learning community.
BUSI 301 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (3) - This course presents essential management skills for the 21st century manager including: self-assessment, career planning, business etiquette, succeeding in a global and diverse business environment, business resources, cultural business awareness and sensitivity, career document and portfolio development, networking, communication skills, and utilizing technology.
BUSI 311 ORGANIZATION THEORY AND PRACTICE (3) - The impact of individuals, groups, and organizational structures on behavior within firms is examined in this course. The primary objective is to apply such knowledge toward improving a firm’s effectiveness. Topics include behavior, attitudes and motivation of individuals; politics, conflict and consensus within and among groups; and the structure, design, and development of organizations. Cases are studied within the context of theory. Prerequisite: BUSI 211 Principles of Management
BUSI 312 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (3) - This course provides an opportunity to study the typical operations of a personnel department, including the determination of personnel requirements, the employment process, discipline and employee relations. Motivation, leadership, and wage and salary administration are also covered. Prerequisite: BUSI 211 Principles of Management
BUSI 315 REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES II (3) - This course is designed for business administration majors seeking in-depth knowledge of real estate and for real estate professionals seeking to enhance their careers.
BUSI 321 ETHICS, RESPONSIBILITY, AND GLOBAL ISSUES (3) - This course explores global issues related to business environments with a focus on the personal, professional, corporate and public agencies’ ethics and responsible policies and procedures. Using case studies, the role of leadership will be analyzed in a broad socio-cultural context. Prerequisite: BUSI 211 Principles of Management
BUSI 322 TECHNOLOGY IN A GLOBAL BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT (3) - This course examines technology applied to the business environment. Topics include computer hardware and software; networks and the Internet; applications for communications, security, environmental protection, customer service, marketing and sales, planning and development; cost-benefit analyses; and future trends. Prerequisite: CS 214 Business Applications on the Microcomputer I
BUSI 331 CONSUMER BEHAVIOR (3) - Consumer behavior from both theoretical and practical standpoints is examined in this course. Topics include: consumerism, the role of the behavioral sciences and legal / social frameworks at the federal and local levels. Prerequisite: BUSI 231 Principles of Marketing
BUSI 332 MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS (3) - The field of promotional marketing communications is introduced in this course. Components include sales promotion, advertising, corporate communication, publicity and public relations, personal selling and direct marketing. Developing the ability to learn how to effectively plan, implement and evaluate integrated promotional messages is the primary learning objective of the course. Prerequisite: BUSI 231 Principles of Marketing
BUSI 333 DIRECT RESPONSE MARKETING (3) - The concepts, strategies and applications involved in direct marketing, including mail order and direct response advertising, are examined in this course. Measurability, accountability, lists, data and the integration of direct marketing programs into the total marketing effort and overall organization goals and functions are discussed. Prerequisite: BUSI 231 Principles of Marketing
BUSI 351 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I (3) - This course provides an analysis of current accounting concepts and the standards underlying reporting income and financial position. Topics include: cash, receivables, inventories, plant assets, depreciation, intangibles, compound interest, present value techniques, long-term investments and pronouncements of official bodies. Prerequisite: BUSI 252 Principles of Accounting II
BUSI 352 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II (3) - This course, a continuation of Intermediate Accounting I, provides an in-depth analysis of long-term liabilities and stockholders’ equity. Major accounting topics, specifically earnings per share, pensions, leases and income taxes are thoroughly explored. Official accounting pronouncements are introduced throughout the course where applicable. Prerequisite: BUSI 351 Intermediate Accounting I
BUSI 354 COST ACCOUNTING (3) - Cost concepts, systems, and procedures directed toward gathering, structuring and utilizing data for management control are introduced in this course. The statement detailing manufacturing costs is developed early in the course. Job-order and process cost determinations, as well as cost control through the development and use of budgets, standard costs and analysis of variances are covered. Problems associated with cost allocation and the distribution of overhead costs is studied. Specific managerial issues are addressed including break-even analysis, the effects of the interaction of changing costs and volume on profits, a multi-product environment, control of inventories, the economic order quantity model, and transfer pricing issues and the measurements of performance. Emerging issues are also included. Prerequisite: BUSI 252 Principles of Accounting II
BUSI 361 SALES DYNAMICS (3) - This course offers a study and critical analysis of the theories, policies, procedures and practices characterizing today’s management of organizational sales forces. The personal selling process and the art of salesmanship are also studied. Emphasis is given to case analysis, group discussion and roleplaying. Prerequisite: BUSI 231 Principles of Marketing
BUSI 363 INTERNATIONAL MARKETING (3) - The complexities of product design, distributing, foreign exchange and promotional activities in the foreign market place are thoroughly discussed. Emphasis is placed on the cultures of key representative countries and the impact on the American marketing system conducting international business. Prerequisite: BUSI 231 Principles of Marketing
BUSI 364 INTERNATIONAL FINANCE (3) - The basic international financial markets and instruments that a corporate treasurer uses to finance a multinational or global entity are explored in this course. Topics include foreign currency markets and strategies for minimizing risk, motivation for direct foreign investment, lending and investment criteria, risk mitigation via export credit agencies, trade barriers and tax implications and special problems of multi-national firms. Prerequisite: BUSI 371 Managerial Finance
BUSI 366 INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTING (3) - This course surveys and compares accounting systems in major industrialized countries and selected underdeveloped countries, identifying differences and similarities. The evolution of these systems, to their present stage of development, is also explored. Specific accounting practices applicable to international business transactions are studied with particular emphasis on foreign exchange and foreign currency transactions. Translation of financial statements denominated in foreign currency is a major element of the course. Transfer pricing and basic international taxation issues are also explored. Recent developments in the European community, the Pacific Rim and emerging nations are discussed. Prerequisite: BUSI 252 Principles of Accounting II
BUSI 371 MANAGERIAL FINANCE (3) - This survey course introduces a variety of tools and techniques for financial problem solving and decision making. Topics such as the time value of money, stock and bond valuation, effects of risk on the rate of return, capital budgeting, financial forecasting, and financial leverage are covered. Prerequisite: BUSI 252 Principles of Accounting II; ECON 208 Principles of Economics: Micro; MATH 1165 Pre-Calculus for Business
BUSI 386 TEXTILES (3) - A study of fabrics, this course includes an investigation of the appearance and structure of all fibers, proper identification, production, dyeing, printing and finishing processes. The textile industry’s response to the challenge of merchandising in markets with ever-changing demands is also explored. Prerequisite: BUSI 231 Principles of Marketing
BUSI 387 RETAILING STRATEGY AND STRUCTURE (3) - This course offers a serious investigation of retailing in today’s dynamic environment. Special attention is given to retailing structure as it underlies the strategic decision making of retailing management. Institutions, buying functions, merchandising functions, store management and operations are among the areas studied. Prerequisite: BUSI 231 Principles of Marketing
BUSI 390 INTRODUCTION TO TOURISM MANAGEMENT (3) - This course serves as an introduction to the nature, history and organization of the travel and tourism industry, including its growth, impacts and benefits. Focus is given to both domestic and international tourism as well as social, economic and environmental factors which influence the industry. Professional tour management and hospitality are also discussed.
BUSI 391 FOREIGN TRADE (3) - The fundamentals of trade finance, with an emphasis on current trade flows and their importance to the global marketplace, are explored in this course. Topics include bases of export marketing, trade documentation (letters of credit, drafts, bills of lading), specialized trade financing, the international environment and medium and long-term options for financing trade flows.
BUSI 392 QUALITY MANAGEMENT AND CUSTOMER SERVICE IN TOURISM (3) - This course provides a review of principles, practices and procedures in the organization, administration and supervision of travel, tourism and commercial recreation services. Emphasis is upon the technical, legal, financial, programmatic and marketing aspects of managing various types of travel, tourism and commercial recreation industries. Prerequisite: BUSI 390 Introduction to Tourism Management
BUSI 393 INTERNATIONAL TOURISM (3) - This course is a survey of business concepts and information basic to the international tourism industry. It includes familiarization with the current status and ability to do research on: travel health, safety and security; diplomatic institutions; travel documents, immigration and customs; cultural aspects of international tourism; financial, legal and economic trends; and destination marketing.
BUSI 394 TOURISM MARKETING AND SALES (3) - This course provides an analysis of the specialized methods and techniques utilized in the marketing of travel and tourism services. Focus is given to the nature of marketing in a service industry, with emphasis on experiences desired by visitors. Topics covered include tourism marketing plans, market segmentation, positioning and distribution of services, advertising and sales techniques, special events, resource protection and interpretation. Prerequisite: BUSI 390 Introduction to Tourism Management
BUSI 395 TOUR MANAGEMENT (3) - A major function of the travel and tourism industry is the movement of visitors to a destination, within such tourist areas, and the return home. This course reviews the planning, scheduling and operation of group tour programs. It includes basic management functions and leadership techniques in working with various types of visitors. Prerequisite: BUSI 390 Introduction to Tourism Management
BUSI 396 CONVENTION MANAGEMENT (3) - The conceptual and physical planning, design, development and operation of the major types of travel, tourism and commercial recreation physical attractions are examined in this course. Emphasis is given to proper planning and design considerations, the construction process and annual maintenance operations. Types of attractions covered include natural resources and park areas, golf courses, resorts, hotels / motels, marinas, recreation facilities, coastal beaches, winter alpine and Nordic ski areas, amusement and theme parks, and historic and cultural attractions. Prerequisite: BUSI 390 Introduction to Tourism Management
BUSI 397 HOTEL AND RESORT MANAGEMENT (3) - This course provides an introduction to the accommodations industry including history, organizational structures, departmental functions and operations, terminology, marketing, resources, trends, technology and management career paths.
BUSI 398 INTRODUCTION TO THE CASINO INDUSTRY (3) - This course provides an overview of the casino and gaming industry including: traditional land-based casinos, riverboats, limited stakes casinos; Indian gaming, cruise ship casinos; casino boats; race and sports book; lottery; historical perspective; common terms; legal, social and economic impacts; regulation and control; and future industry trends.
BUSI 399 INTRODUCTION TO THE CRUISE INDUSTRY (3) - This course surveys the cruise industry management including: cruise lines, ships, history of cruising; human resources practices; marketing; design; terminology and future trends.
BUSI 401 ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS (3) - This course examines common present-day computer applications in business and accounting. Emphasis is on the design and key components of computer applications, interrelationships among computer applications, and the use of computer-generated data by management. Prerequisite: BUSI 252 Principles of Accounting II; CS 214 Business Applications on the Microcomputer I
BUSI 411 BUSINESS POLICY (3) - This course offers a study of policy formulations in the business enterprise. The impact of outside forces on business policy is studied. Modern management practices are studied and surveyed. The case study method is used. Prerequisite: BUSI 371 Managerial Finance; Business Seniors only.
BUSI 412 PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT (3) - The fundamentals of production management as they apply to the areas of work measurement, production scheduling, quality control and other functions related to production are the focus of this course. Prerequisite: BUSI 211 Principles of Management; MATH 1165 Pre-Calculus for Business
BUSI 413 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS (3) - This course provides an integrative study of what constitutes management information, goals of management, and measures of information value in support of those goals and usual sources of information. The course reviews how management utilizes the vast amounts of computer-generated data. Prerequisite: BUSI 211 Principles of Management; CS 214 Business Application on the Microcomputer I
BUSI 421 LEADERSHIP IN A GLOBAL BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT (3) - This course acquaints students with leadership, management, and quality issues facing leaders in a global business environment. Topics include: leadership theories and practices, development and planning, implementation and evaluation, changing leadership styles, continuous improvement, quality service, power and empowerment, communication skills, goal setting, high-performance teams, diversity, and managing organizational change. Prerequisite: BUSI 211 Principles of Management
BUSI 422 E-COMMERCE (3) - This course provides an overview of all aspects of commerce and opportunity on the Internet. Topics include Internet marketing, virtual organizations, electronic payment systems, privacy and security concerns, intellectual property, regulation, and emerging issues. Prerequisite: BUSI 211 Principles of Management; BUSI 231 Principles of Marketing
BUSI 425 RESEARCH IN A GLOBAL BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT (3) - This course covers the theory and techniques used in research and their specific application to the various functions of business, with particular emphasis on the global business environment. Qualitative and quantitative techniques will be applied to the solution of business problems. Prerequisite: BUSI 211 Principles of Management
BUSI 432 MARKETING RESEARCH (3) - This course covers the techniques used in marketing research and their specific application to the various functions of marketing. The student gains knowledge and experience in the use of quantitative techniques through the solution of a marketing problem. Prerequisite: BUSI 203 Business Statistics; BUSI 231 Principles of Marketing
BUSI 433 MARKETING MANAGEMENT (3) - An investigation of the managerial aspects of marketing is made. The student participates in the development of sophisticated marketing, decision-making techniques. The case study method and simulation games are heavily utilized. Prerequisite: BUSI 211 Principles of Management; BUSI 331 Consumer Behavior
BUSI 451 AUDITING (3) - The auditing environment is discussed, including accountants’ professional responsibilities, potential legal liabilities, generally accepted auditing standards and various report formats. The auditing process is introduced, focusing on overall audit objectives, general concepts of evidence accumulation and analysis of various types of risk and resulting impact on the audit process. Elements of planning and internal control analysis are examined. The auditing process for selected transaction cycles is also explored in conjunction with statistical sampling techniques. Prerequisite: BUSI 352 Intermediate Accounting II
BUSI 452 GOVERNMENT AND NONPROFIT ACCOUNTING (3) - This course is designed to introduce the concepts of fund accounting as it applies to state and local governmental units, hospitals, educational institutions and other entities whose primary motive is not one of profit maximization. Current rulings of the Governmental Accounting Standards Board are reviewed and relevant accounting concepts and techniques are applied. Prerequisite: BUSI 352 Intermediate Accounting II
BUSI 453 PROBLEMS IN FEDERAL TAXATION (3) - This course serves as an introduction to the federal income tax. It is designed to provide a working knowledge of basic individual and corporate income tax laws with an emphasis on learning the law and its rationale. Prerequisite: BUSI 352 Intermediate Accounting II
BUSI 454 ADVANCED ACCOUNTING (3) - Accounting for mergers and acquisitions and consolidated entities is introduced. A significant portion of the course is allocated to consolidation theory and practice, including an analysis of inter-company profit transactions and more advanced parent and subsidiary problems. Other major topics include accounting for equity interests in partnership, corporate liquidations and selected current accounting issues. Prerequisite: BUSI 352 Intermediate Accounting II
BUSI 473 PORTFOLIO ANALYSIS (3) - This course provides a comprehensive introduction to securities analysis and portfolio management. Investing is approached as a rational decision-making process in which the investor attempts to select a portfolio of securities that meet a pre-determined set of goals, including desired return and acceptable degree of risk. Prerequisites: BUSI 203 Business Statistics; BUSI 371 Managerial Finance
BUSI 474 CAPITAL MARKETS AND FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS (3) - This course examines depository and non-depository financial institutions and how their functions differ for purposes of channeling the flow of funds into and out of capital markets. Topics such as the demand for and supply of money, determinants of market interest rates, principles for selecting investment assets and financial intermediaries are studied. Prerequisite: BUSI 371 Managerial Finance; ECON 364 Money and Banking
BUSI 476 NOT-FOR-PROFIT MANAGEMENT (3) - This course is designed to introduce students to the specialized fields of accounting and management for governmental and not-for-profit entities. In addition, strategies for the budgeting and management of institutions, as well as compliance with accounting and government standards, are developed.
BUSI 480 WORKPLACE DIVERSITY (3) - This course explores how economic, social and cultural changes have influenced business and American society. It demonstrates how diversity in the workplace can promote excellence and higher organizational achievement.
BUSI 486 RETAIL BUYING (3) - This course provides an analysis of the process of distribution at the level of the retailer. Focus is placed on the procurement function. The role of the retail buyer is studied by the case method. Prerequisite: BUSI 331 Consumer Behavior
BUSI 491 PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT OF TOURISM (3) - This course explores the role, scope and techniques of planning conference, convention and special events as conducted by both private business and the public sector. Emphasis is placed on the types of conferences and conventions held. Also, a variety of special events is reviewed. Focus is given to such topics as planning, development, financing, operating and marketing for seminars, trade shows, celebrations, sporting events, seasonal programs and entertainment activities. Prerequisite: BUSI 390 Introduction to Tourism Management
BUSI 492 TECHNOLOGY IN TOURISM MANAGEMENT (3) - This course presents an examination of technology applied to tourism and hospitality industry including: computer hardware, software, networks and Internet; applications for communication, security, environmental protection, customer service, travel, marketing and sales, planning and development; future trends; cost benefit analysis; and demonstration of competency of basic graphics, spreadsheet and database applications.
BUSI 503 PRINCIPLES OF INSURANCE AND RISK MANAGEMENT (3) - This course examines the issues, concepts and strategies which develop as individuals and institutions attempt to reduce or transfer risk and uncertainty. Both traditional and newer techniques are discussed, including insurance and non-insurance methodologies. Topics include diversification, hedging, preference analysis, and dynamic programming. Prerequisite: BUSI 371 Managerial Finance
BUSI 510 BUSINESS ETHICS (3) - The objectives of this course are to: familiarize students with some of the ethical problems which they will encounter in today’s business environment; encourage students to reflect on their own values; and provide students with the analytical tools with which to analyze ethical problems in the workplace and critically evaluate alternative solutions. Topics include: defining business ethics and exploring their role in the contemporary multi-cultural business environment; moral dilemmas in management; corporate social responsibility; conflicts of interest and the role of leadership in creating a strong ethical climate.
BUSI 511 SEMINAR: MANAGEMENT SCIENCE (3) - This course offers the rationale for applying certain models to managerial problems, assists students in the application of such models and guides students in the interpretation of results. The course includes basic quantity techniques used in managerial decision making. The topics covered include: linear programming, queuing, network analysis, inventory models and decision making under uncertainty. Prerequisite: BUSI 203 Business Statistics; BUSI 211 Principles of Management
BUSI 513 ENTREPRENEURSHIP (3) - The operation of small-scale business is studied. This course gives the student insight into the operations of a small business from a practical aspect. Speakers and case studies are drawn from the Small Business Administration.
BUSI 534 SEMINAR: MARKETING APPLICATION, CASES, SIMULATION (3) - This is a capstone marketing course with emphasis on the importance of strategic planning in marketing. Special topics of interest include basic macro- and micro-environmental factors used to predict impact on strategy, what marketing strategy can realistically accomplish and the evaluation of when a business needs to reformulate its marketing strategy. Activities include examination of marketing classics, current research, supplemental readings and case studies. Prerequisite: BUSI 331 Consumer Behavior; BUSI 332 Marketing Communications
BUSI 552 SEMINAR: TAXATION AND CURRENT ISSUES (3) - This seminar is designed to introduce and update students’ knowledge of selected topics in federal income taxation applicable to corporations, partnerships, estates and trusts. In addition, through the use of periodicals and authoritative sources, current issues in accounting and taxation that confront the profession are examined. Prerequisite: BUSI 453 Problems in Federal Taxation
BUSI 555 HONORS SEMINAR (3) - This course is a forum that offers students an opportunity to study current business issues using available business literature and research materials, occasional field trips and guest lectures. The seminar meets regularly in a group session to discuss relevant assignments. In addition, students identify related topics for independent study.
BUSI 556 CPA REVIEW COURSE - This course provides a review of the most recent pronouncements of the Financial Accounting Standards Boards as well as a review of recent CPA examinations. Enrollment is limited to students who have successfully completed 21 credits in accounting subjects. Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor is required for participation.
BUSI 571 ISSUES IN CORPORATE FINANCE (3) - This course uses the case method to analyze major corporate resource decisions in a risk-return framework. There is an emphasis on the process of value creation through appropriate long-term investment and financing policies. Topics include capital budgeting, debt management and corporate restructuring. Prerequisite: BUSI 203 Business Statistics; BUSI 371 Managerial Finance
CS 214 BUSINESS APPLICATIONS ON THE MICROCOMPUTER I (3) - This is designed for students interested in using application software within a business environment. The focus of this course is Microsoft Office. Students learn to use Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access.
ECON 207 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS: MACRO (3) - This course provides an introduction to the theory and analysis of the determination of levels of national income and employment, fluctuations of income, monetary and fiscal policy, inflation and growth.
ECON 208 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS: MICRO (3) - This course introduces economic theory concerning the pricing of goods and services and the factors of production-land, labor and capital. The concepts and theories of competition, monopoly and other industrial structures are studied in detail.
ECON 364 MONEY AND BANKING (3) - This course is designed to introduce the theory of money to students majoring in business, accounting, and economics. The major analytical issues discussed in this course include how money is created, the role of money in the economy, and inflation and the money supply. The role of the dollar in international trade is also discussed.
ENGL 200 WRITING FOR BUSINESS (3) - This course gives students an understanding and appreciation of the purposes, methods, and forms of written communication employed in business, corporate enterprise, and agencies of government. Students practice appropriate forms of communication in a series of writing assignments throughout the semester. Prerequisite: ENGL 102 English Composition II
MATH 1165 PRE-CALCULUS (BUSINESS) (3) - This course is directed to the needs of the business major. Topics include: polynomial and rational functions and graphs, exponential and logarithmic functions, systems of equations and matrices, linear programming, and introduction to calculus. Prerequisite: MATH 112 Intermediate Algebra or its equivalent