BUSA-1211 Introduction to Business
An introductory business course designed to acquaint the student in a general way with business terminology, concepts and functions. The course will include broad treatment of business objectives and strategies. Students are introduced to the School of Business Administration and to the skills required to succeed in the field of business. This course is normally offered every semester.
BUSA-3713 Contemporary Business Ethics
This course examines basic ethical issues involved in the conduct of business from a biblical perspective. Critical thinking regarding organizations as spiritual, social, moral, and ethical entities is explored. Topics include personal responsibility, corporate social responsibility, and the effects of diversity and culture on ethical considerations. This course is normally offered in the fall semester.
BUSA-4213 Business Law
A survey of the Anglo-American system of jurisprudence as the legal background for the operation of the free enterprise system in our society. The course considers the historical, ethical, social and practical perspectives. It also examines the basic rules of law pertaining to contracts, property, sales, negotiable instruments, secured transactions, agency, employment, partnerships, corporations, insurance, bankruptcy, and wills. This course is normally offered every semester.
BUSA-4513 International Business
An overview of the world of international business. This class examines the environment and management of international business, stressing the effects of the foreign exchange markets, capital markets and international financial and economic organizations upon managerial functions such as exporting and importing, foreign investment, marketing, personnel, accounting and finance. Students will participate in managing an international firm in a simulation game. This course is normally offered every semester and summer.
BUSA-4900 Independent Study in Business Administra
Assigned readings, reports and research projects based on the needs of the student. (1-3 hours). A maximum of 3 hours may be counted toward major. This course is offered as needed.
BUSA-4990 Internship in International Business
Supervised and approved international business internship with firm or organization; written and oral reports are required along with employer evaluation. (Variable credit, 1-3 semester hours; 50 hours work required for each hour of credit with a maximum of 3 credit hours.) This course is offered as needed.
BUSA-5013 Economic & Quantitative Analysis
Supply and demand, theory of the consumer, theory of the firm, market structures, free-market resource allocation, government regulation, international trade. Applications of statistical concepts and information systems to business practices
BUSA-5023 Marketing & the Legal Environment
Basic concepts and problems of marketing management in the US and foreign countries. Emphasis on application of principles and theory to the development of strategy. Examination of basic rules of law.
BUSA-5033 Accounting & Financial Resources
A study of the principles, conventions, and concepts underlying internal and external reporting of accounting information by business organizations. Theory and techniques of financial management for business firms.
BUSA-5043 Organizational & Operations Management
Management theory and practice. Analysis of the classical-functional, human relations, management science, and production-operations models of management. Applications of statistical concepts and information systems to business practices.
BUSA-5203 Economic Issues
The course covers fundamental micro and macroeconomic concepts. Emphasis on understanding the major issues of US and world economies and the application of economic concepts to management problems.
BUSA-5213 Legal and Regulatory Issues
The course studies the legal environment within which a business must operate. Emphasis is on understanding legal issues and laws affecting business operations and decision-making.
BUSA-5243 Management Science & Operations
The course examines the integration of human, technology, and material resources in the management of operations in service and manufacturing organizations. Examines the use of quantitative methods designed to equip the student to excel in the quantitative aspects of business decision making.
BUSA-5253 Project & Technology Management
This course explores major problems, tasks, and techniques required to manage the technical program in each phase of the product life cycle. Emphasis is placed on organizational planning and development, decision making, and internal-external interface techniques.
BUSA-5263 Quality Assurance and Control
This course discusses the fundamental concepts and methods of quality and productivity improvement.
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