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117 Course Descriptions BUS123-A Future At Work Business Capstone 3 This course is designed to serve as a capstone class for students interested in a Business career. The course will apply knowledge learned in business curriculum including accounting, management, marketing, information technology, and office systems. Students will use critical thinking skills and teamwork in a business environment. This course provides students with the opportunity to gain practical experience in the business environment. This course should be taken in the final semester of a student's high school coursework. BUS128-A Foundation to Entrepreneurship 3 Introduction to Entrepreneurship emphasizes these processes: understanding how to find, analyze and pursue opportunity, understanding oneself and personality characteristics of the entrepreneur examining the environment for entrepreneurship. A case and experiential approach is used throughout. BUS130-E Introduction to Entrepreneurship 3 This course examines the qualities and skills essential to successful entrepreneurship. It includes opportunity identification, feasibility analysis, initiation strategies, site location, marketing and financing. Types of ownership, franchising, and development of a business plan are covered. You will examine and learn critical skills for successful business formation and growth. BUS139-E Entrepreneurial Internship 3 During this internship, you will be offered practical experience on the job at a new/expanding business under the guidance of an entrepreneur who will serve as a mentor. Designed primarily for college transfer students to provide a work experience directly related to their career/college objectives, the internship focuses on the process of developing an awareness of all aspects of new business development. You will work a minimum of 100 hours, maintain a journal of your experience, and develop a Business Review with recommendations on how the venture could become even more effective. BUS150-A E-Commerce 3 This course will address the new technological environment that marketers are facing in the business world today. You will explore the basics of marketing exchange utilizing the information highway, multimedia techniques, database marketing, interactive telecommunications, and other e-business techniques. BUS154-A E-Business 3 E-Business will cover the unique aspects of creating a business strategy in the e-business environment and will focus on the Internet as a medium for promotion and distribution. E-Business will discuss how traditional marketing and business arenas can be transformed in this environment. BUS161-A Human Relations 3 Human Relations emphasizes the importance of the development of proper attitudes toward self, others, and organizational settings. This course stresses the development of a good self image and the relationship this has to energy levels, emotions, defensiveness, verbal and nonverbal communication. BUS171-A Foundation of Leadership 2 This course is designed for managers, leaders and supervisors who are entrusted with executing their organization’s strategies and meeting its goals by: understanding and applying essential leadership principles and practices; effectively identifying, communicating and executing business strategies; recruiting, developing and retaining a robust, committed workforce that is engaged and exudes passion; successfully orchestrating change; coaching for improvement and enhancing organizational growth through its people; setting performance expectations and fostering a culture of accountability; making the right decisions in a timely manner; delegating for above-average results and resolving conflict equitably. BUS179-A Information Systems 3 This course is designed to make the students knowledgeable of the fundamentals underlying the design, implementation, control, evaluation, and strategic use of modern, computerbased information systems for business data processing, office automation, information reporting, decision-making, and electronic commerce. While some of the effort will be devoted to hands-on work with business software, the major emphasis will be on the managerial and strategic aspects of information technology. BUS180-A Business Ethics 3 Study of ethical principals and the application of ethical principals to situations relevant to decision-making in the professional and business world. BUS185-A Business Law I 3 This course covers the legal environment of business. The study of contract requirements, personal property and bailments are examined, as time permits. BUS186-A Business Law II 3 This course is a continuation of Business Law I in the area of sales, principal agent relationships, commercial paper, creditor rights, and secured transactions, real property, and bankruptcy. Prerequisite: BUS185-A BUS197-A Leadership Development 3 This course explores leadership styles effective in today’s workplace. It helps participants gain insight into their natural leadership style and the implications of that style on work and group performance. The student is provided with practical, down-to-earth principles and concepts of leadership which are reinforced with related activities, exercises, discussions and cases to maximize leadership development. The student will gain a better perspective of him/herself and others while learning and applying the important elements of leadership. BUS210-A Business Statistics 3 Applications of statistics in a business context and use of computer software for statistics are covered in this course. Prerequisite: MAT156-A BUS212-A Business Statistics II 3 This is a 3-credit hour course designed to develop the understanding of applications of statistics in a business context and use of computer software for statistics. Prerequisite: BUS210-A


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