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Business Administration

BUS 101   Introduction to Business (3)

Survey course covering many facets of business; a general knowledge of the modern business environment. Review of economic, social, legal, and ethical systems affecting U.S. firms. General concepts of business organization, management, people aspects of business, together with functions of production, marketing (including international), accounting, finance, computers, and information systems.

Course Type(s): On-Campus Online Hybrid

BUS 105   Business Ethics (3)

Introductory survey of classical and contemporary ethical theories related to current business and computer situations and problems with an emphasis on case studies and examples (formerly BUS 250). Students may not receive credit for both BUS 105 and CPT 105.

Course Type(s): On-Campus Online Hybrid

BUS 115   Introduction to Public Relations (3)

Basic functions of public relations in the public and private sector. Emphasis on history, case studies and writing, including press releases, media plans and speeches. Media's role in public relations, and role in shaping and swaying public opinion. Specific jobs and emphasis areas also covered.

Course Type(s): On-Campus

BUS 198   Business Administration Internship (1-3 hrs)

Prerequisites: BUS 201. Requires prior approval of department chair or dean.

Students placed in position in an agency or in business to gain practical experience and learn specific operational technologies.

Course Type(s): On-Campus

BUS 201   Principles of Management (3)

Prerequisites: BUS 101

Presents management and organizational concepts with application to realistic organizational situations. Areas covered include management theory past and present, functions of management, organizational structure (centralization/ decentralization), span of control, motivation theories and practice, together with decision making in daily operations of marketing, production, forecasting, distribution and contemporary issues. Course structured around functions of management planning, organizing, staffing, directing and controlling.

Course Type(s): On-Campus Online

BUS 204   Total Quality Operations Management (3)

Examines many choices each organization makes on journey to achieving excellence. Study of exemplary organizations, their operational choices, and how those decisions lead to improved financial and market performance. Addresses key operational issues in services and manufacturing such as inventory, production methods, capacity planning, production planning, total quality management, re-engineering business processes, and statistical process control. Examines qualitative and quantitative methods in operations of well-known organizations. Fall

Course Type(s): On-Campus Online

BUS 206   Human Resources Management (3)

Covers many functions involved in personnel administration as performed by human resources department administrator and line managers. Explores aspects of human resource management: planning, recruiting, interviewing, selecting, placing, training, motivating, evaluating, rewarding, and disciplining employees. Presentation of pay systems, job evaluations, and some labor/management issues. Use of case analysis. Fall

Course Type(s): On-Campus

BUS 208   Entrepreneurship/ Small Business Management (3)

Study of small business and its importance in American economy. Analysis of problems of small business through use of case studies. Application of functions of management to small business environment, including personnel, finance, promotion, government relations, ethics, and insurance. Spring

Course Type(s): On-Campus

BUS 210   Organizational Behavior (3)

Deals with people at work in various organizational situations and how to motivate human assets to work together more effectively. Analysis of how to meet needs and goals of employees within organization while making organization productive. Covers motivation theories, communications, status and role behavior and contemporary human relations issues in firms. Spring

Course Type(s): On-Campus

BUS 220   Principles of Finance (3)

Prerequisites: BUS 101,MAT 098 or ASMNT A121.

Basics of financial analysis, forecasting, operating and financial leverage, working capital, current asset management, short-term financing, time value concepts and practices, and cost of capital equity financing, dividend policy, convertible bonds, warrants and options. Includes role of financial manager in organization.

Course Type(s): On-Campus Online

BUS 230   Principles of Marketing (3)

Prerequisites: BUS 101

Introduces consumer and institutional behavior patterns and overall role of marketing in the economy. Examines marketing process and its functions, together with marketing mix (place, product, price and promotion). Presents psychological and societal motivations that translate need through demand to satisfaction. Provides means to evaluate firm's capabilities, develop marketing strategies, and introduce marketing techniques to meet objectives. Review of marketing ethics and some international aspects of marketing.

Course Type(s): On-Campus Online

BUS 232   Advertising and Sales Promotion (3)

Introduction to theory, practice, and techniques of advertising. Consideration of role of advertising and sales promotion. General survey of kinds and purposes of media, psychological implications of typical appeals, and limited practice in promotional programming. Coordination of advertising display and publicity in context of realistic sales promotion programs. Spring

Course Type(s): On-Campus

BUS 234   Retailing (3)

Prerequisites: BUS 230

Fundamentals of retail store organization and management, including store location, layout, buying, pricing operation, advertising, display, and analysis associated with merchandise handling. Area retailers invited to discuss actual application of various retailing activities, e.g. buying, advertising, and inventory control.

Course Type(s): On-Campus

BUS 236   Consumer Behavior (3)

Marketing strategy and tactics explained based on explicit or implicit beliefs about consumer behavior. Included are external influences to buying, internal influences, the consumer's buying decision process, social and ethical issues in consumer behavior. Presents information search and consumer research methods as well as ultimate consumer and industrial buyers. Fall

Course Type(s): On-Campus

BUS 238   Personal Selling (3)

Fundamentals of personal selling from the determination of customer needs to the close of the sale. Treats factors such as customer problems, merchandising knowledge, and personality traits of successful salespersons. Covers special selling topics and the role of the sales manager, together with motivation and compensation of the sales staff. Fall

Course Type(s): On-Campus

BUS 246   Legal Environment of Business (3)

Prerequisites: BUS 101

Introduction to general nature of law and how its meaning affects climate in which a business operates. Exploration of role of government and government's attitude toward business, antitrust legislation and enforcement, public control through taxation, regulation, competition, mergers, and commerce/trade restrictions. Covers freedom of contract and labor/management relations.

Course Type(s): On-Campus Online

BUS 255   International Business (3)

Prerequisites: BUS 101

Survey course to develop understanding and appreciation of environments and operations of international business. The nature of international business, international environment, organizations and monetary systems, foreign environment, and management tools that deal with environmental forces.

Course Type(s): On-Campus

BUS 270   E-marketing (3)

Examines impact of the Internet on traditional methods of marketing and related business functions. Explores existing and potential use of the Internet for marketing goods and services. Analyzes the effect of the Internet on marketing strategy and the marketing mix. Spring

Course Type(s): On-Campus Online

BUS 272   Social Media Marketing (3)

Examines how to develop an effective strategy for communicating to a targeted audience using the accelerated tools available in an online market. Will touch on the use of Social Media, Email Marketing, Blogging, SEO and PPC advertisements to create engagement. It will also cover the use of Google Analytics to track performance.

Course Type(s): On-Campus Online

BUS 298   Business Administration Capstone (1)

This course is a culminating experience integrating all the course work taken in the Business Administration Associate of Applied Science program. This course includes individual and programmatic assessment. All Business Administration AAS degree-seeking students are required to take this capstone class in their final semester before graduating.

Course Type(s): On-Campus Online

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