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Business Administration (BADM)

105: General Business Administration. (3-3-0)
A survey of business, introducing the major operations of a business, including production, marketing, finance, and management. The course also examines the economic, social, and political environment of business and prepares the student for further collegiate education in business.

108: Finance. (3-3-0)
Instruction in budgeting, credit, investment, insurance, real estate, and other areas of money management. A study of the methods of financing, including sources and applications of funds, net worth statement analysis, financial planning, cash flow statement analysis, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, time value of money, and basic risk analysis.

112: Business English. (3-3-0)
Review of grammar and punctuation; vocabulary building. Emphasis on accuracy and effectiveness in business writing.

113: Business Mathematics. (3-3-0)
Introductory math designed to prepare the student for problems related to business. A review of basic math, to include interest, decimals, percentages, banking records, discounts, installment buying, payroll records, and depreciation.

201: Principles of Macroeconomics. (3-3-0)
An introduction to macroeconomic theory with application of macro principles to problems of unemployment, inflation, economic growth, fiscal policy, and monetary policy.

202: Principles of Microeconomics. (3-3-0)
An introduction to microeconomics, the study of individual market interactions. Concentration on role of customers and producers in markets for particular goods and services. Topics include demand, supply, market equilibrium, international trade, production of goods under pure competition, monopoly, monopolistic competition, and oligopoly.

203: Business Statistics. (3-3-0)
Topics in statistics including analysis of variance, hypothesis testing, multiple regression, multinomial experiments and analysis of contingency tables and non-parametric statistics. Course will include use of statistical data analysis software and group projects.

208: Entrepreneurial Finance. (3-3-0)
Prerequisite: MATH 099.
Basic financial concepts for starting, financing, and sustaining a small business. Formulating a financial business plan, identifying sources of financing, evaluating, and predicting financial performance of a venture.

212: Principles of Management. (3-3-0)
An introduction to management theory and practice that integrates classical and modern concepts with real-world examples. Emphasizes the evolution of management theory, behavioral theory, organizational theory, and managerial techniques.

213: Human Resource Management. (3-3-0)
Principles and techniques of human resource management with emphasis on planning, developing, selecting, compensating, evaluating, and supervising employees.

214: Principles of Marketing. (3-3-0)
A basic course in marketing including the exchange process, marketing analysis, price determinants, and present-day marketing trends. Emphasis is given to the marketing concept and how firms adapt products and services to changes in consumer demand. Designed for both the student who will take only one course in marketing and the student who intends to major in marketing or related fields.

215: Business Law. (3-3-0)
Principles of law relating to legal aspects of business transactions with particular emphasis on contracts. Includes subjects such as bailments, commercial paper, insurance, agency, employment, regulation, property, and consumer protection. Case studies used in class.

216: Small Business Entrepreneurship. (3-3-0)
Small Business Entrepreneurship is designed to provide students with the competencies necessary to prepare them for successful business ownership. This course includes the study of entrepreneurial characteristics, business ethics, basics of financing, marketing fundamentals, product considerations, location and layout concerns, pricing decisions, promotion strategies, and management concepts.

217: Organizational Behavior. (3-3-0)
A study of individual, small group, organizational behavior, and applied treatment of human relations in a business setting; problems of motivation, employee morale, leadership, and communications in goal-oriented activity.

220: Business Communications. (3-3-0)
Prerequisite: CIS 105 and ENGL 102. Develops the student's verbal and nonverbal communication. Emphasis on analyzing critical factors influencing communication effectiveness and writing business letters along with a practical grammar review. Also includes preparation and presentation of a business report and documents relating to the employment process.

221: Professional Speaking. (3-3-0)
Develops the student’s ability to plan and deliver professional business messages with visual aids. Emphasis is placed on developing public speaking skills, using modern trends in visual aids and presentation software, and working in teams.

229: Business Internship (3-3-0)
This course provides a learning experience that integrates a student's academic background with practical experience in the course are reflections on the internship experience, application of relevant course concepts, and feedback with the internship organization.

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