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Business Administration Courses

Business Administration Courses

Business Administration Prerequisite Courses

 

Designed to provide a basic exploration of organizations in their environments and provide an introduction to the management process. The foundational tools of planning, organizing, directing and controlling are examined with an emphasis on the strategic management process. 1.5 Credits

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Surveys the marketing activities and decisions of both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations involved in providing need-satisfying products and services to consumers in domestic and global markets. The overall goal of the course is to provide students with a working knowledge of the fundamental marketing concepts. 1.5 Credits 

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This course is designed to help managers make informed decisions with the aid of economic analysis. It applies micro concepts of supply, demand and cost, and methods of industry analysis, that assist the manager in making quantitative decisions. Macro concepts involving the banking system, monetary policy, and tax policy are addressed as they relate to inflation, unemployment and business fluctuations to allow managers to have a better understanding of the environment in which a firm, its competitors and customers operate. 3 Credits

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Business Administration Major Courses

 

Focuses on the acquisition, analysis, reporting and use of both external and internal financial information about business events important to managers and the organization. The course emphasizes the transformation of information into basic financial statements; an introduction to knowledge and skills relevant to the internal use of accounting information; techniques in support of planning and control management decisions and budgeting for business operations; and management accounting methods, terms and practices. Formerly ACCT 6300. 3 Credits   

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Focuses on the analysis and presentation of quantitative information in a manner that facilitates understanding and decision-making.  The course covers basic sampling, statistical analysis, reporting, and data presentation techniques. Formerly BUAD 6300. 3 Credits

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Facilitates the development of interpersonal and team skills leaders need to function effectively. Focus is on the integrated behavioral competencies that organizations value today; self awareness, communication, collaboration, and relationship-building.  Students will plan and implement new behaviors relevant to individuals who hold leadership positions, as well as those who informally assume leadership roles as they work with others to achieve business goals.   3 Credits

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Examines the social, political, legal and regulatory environments that constitute the background in which a for-profit business firm conducts its activities in domestic and global contexts. Corporate social responsibility and the ethical dimensions of decisions that impact stakeholder groups and corporate sustainability in a competitive environment are discussed.  Prerequisites: MANA 5F50. 3 Credits

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The Capstone Experience is taken in the last semester and designed to integrate all earlier course work. Under the guidance of the professor, each student participates on a team that is assigned to work with a real organization on a comprehensive client consulting project. Teams are expected to develop a scope of work (or proposal), research the firm/industry, interact with the client on an appropriate basis and present their project findings/recommendations to the client in the form of a report, presentation and/or debriefing near the end of the semester. Capstone Approval is required to enroll. Prerequisites: ACCT 5323 or ACCT 6300, BUAD 5350 or BUAD 6300, FINA 6305, OPER 6305, MANA 5F50, and MARK 5F50. 3 Credits

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Course focuses on risk-return analyses that managers use to maximize firm value. Topics include time value of money (review), valuation of financial instruments, capital budgeting, cost of capital and capital structure, working capital management, and dividend policy. Prerequisites: ACCT 5323 or ACCT 6300, BUAD 5350 or 6300, and ECON 5F70. 3 Credits

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An employee-centered analysis of organizational value creation through the leadership of human resources. The intersection of organizational theory, behavior, development and change serves as the context in which students are challenged to develop knowledge, skills and ability necessary to plan, evaluate, implement and improve human resource initiatives.  Emphasis is placed on critically evaluating multi-dimensional value creation perspectives. Prerequisite: MANA 5F50, or LDRS 6320 or BUAD 6305. 3 Credits

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Overview of the technological, economic, political/legal, cultural and financial dimensions of the global business environment with special focus on international trade and foreign direct investment. An experiential simulation is used to develop students鈥 skills in coordinating the strategy and operations of a multi-national enterprise in a high velocity, global environment. Prerequisites: ACCT 5323 or ACCT 6300, BUAD 5350 or BUAD 6300, FINA 6305, MANA 5F50 and MARK 5F50. 3 Credits

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Connects marketing decisions with their financial implications. It expands marketing's traditional customer-centric focus with an emphasis on marketing's value to the organization. Study and application of ROI concepts and practices for delivering higher levels of marketing productivity and profitability. Prerequisite: MARK 5F50. 3 Credits

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Focuses on the operations function, which creates an organization's products and/or services. The focal point of operations is the efficient acquisition, management, and transformation of resources into products and services. Operations strategy, operations' impact on profitability, and important strategic and tactical decisions that affect operations are studied. Prerequisite: BUAD 6300 or BUAD 5350. 3 Credits

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