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Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Curriculum

Year One

Quarter One - Fall Term

Credits
View Description MIS 200 Management Information Systems - Online

Introductory course to Management of Information Systems, a core business function. The course examines how information systems (i.e., information technology, people, procedures, and data) help add value to an organization, and integrate the various functional areas of a business (e.g., accounting, marketing, etc.).

4.0
View Description MKTG 301 Introduction to Marketing Management

Provides a conceptual and applications-oriented framework for marketing decision-making in a dynamic environment. Emphasizes satisfying target customers and achieving organizational objectives through skillful blending of strategies in product development, pricing, promotion, and distribution.

4.0
View Description ORGB 300 Organizational Behavior (WI)

Provides conceptual understanding of various principles of management and organizational processes and the opportunity for skill-building in the areas of individual, interpersonal, and intergroup organizational behaviors. This is a writing intensive course.

4.0
View Description Elective General Education Menu - Online

No description available.

3.0
View Description COOP 101 Career Management and Professional Development

Prepares new students to achieve success, personally and academically, in their first co-operative education experience. Topics covered include career exploration, resume skills, interview techniques, professional conduct in the job search, contemporary workplace issues, and job searching and the Internet.

0
Quarter Credits 15

Quarter Two - Winter Term

Credits
View Description ACCT 321 Financial Reporting *

Provides intensive review of current accounting practice in light of authoritative pronouncements and critical study of theory and practice relating to preparing financial statements.

4.0
View Description MGMT 364 Technology Management *

This course focuses on the dynamic of technological innovation and change, in particular, how new technologies create entrepreneurial opportunities. The course examines how industries and firms are transformed by new technologies and what factors affect innovation performance.

4.0
View Description INTB 200 International Business

This course examines economic, political, legal, and social factors affecting formulation of international business strategy.

4.0
View Description MATH 101 Introduction to Analysis

Covers linear, quadratic, exponential, and logarithmic functions; systems of linear equations; elementary linear programming; matrix algebra; inverse; and mathematics of finance.

4.0
Quarter Credits 16

Quarter Three - Spring Term

Credits
View Description COOP 201 Co-operative Education Experience

No description available.

View Description ORGB 320 Leadership: Theory and Practice *

No description available.

4.0
Quarter Credits 4

Quarter Four - Summer Term

Credits
View Description COOP 201 Co-operative Education Experience

No description available.

Year Two

Quarter Five - Fall Term

Credits
View Description FIN 301 Introduction to Finance

Covers financial structure of a corporation, short-and long-term financial policies, sources and uses of capital funds, asset valuation, capital budgeting, and corporate growth.

4.0
View Description ORGB 420 Negotiations and Conflict Resolution

This course provides both a theoretical understanding of the central concepts in negotiation and conflict management through applied experience in these processes. Through classroom exercises, discussion, and personal reflection, students will improve their ability to negotiate and manage conflicts through gained confidence in these processes.

4.0
View Description MATH 102 Introduction to Analysis II

Covers limits, continuity, derivatives, indefinite and definite integrals, and applications.

4.0
Quarter Credits 12

Quarter Six - Winter Term

Credits
View Description FIN 302 Corporate Finance *

Provides an in-depth treatment of long-term financing decisions, including estimation of the cost of capital, financial leverage, dividend policy, and working capital analysis.

4.0
View Description MGMT 260 Introduction to Entrepreneurship

The course focuses on entrepreneurship as a generic activity, including start-ups and corporate entrepreneurship. It explores the opportunities and challenges faced by individuals starting up new ventures and the probable paths of career development for the students pursuing entrepreneurship.

4.0
View Description Elective General Education Menu - Online

No description available.

3.0
View Description Elective Business Elective Courses - Online

No description available.

3.0
Quarter Credits 14

Quarter Seven - Spring Term

Credits
View Description OPM 200 Operations Management

Provides students with an understanding of how the transformation process converts inputs into outputs, and how it adds value to the outputs. This is the primary function of every manufacturing/service organization. Discusses the decision-making process and techniques for planning and controlling the operations function.

4.0
View Description UNIV B101 Career Capstone (WI)

This course introduces first year students to university life, his/her major, our community, and Co-op.

1.0
View Description MKTG Marketing Course #1 *

No description available.

4.0
View Description Science Requirement BIO 161 or CHEM 111

BIO 161 - General Biology: Covers structure and function of the cell and the organ-system plan of organization of the human body.

CHEM 111 - General Chemistry: Not open to engineering or science majors. Introduces the principles of general chemistry. Covers SI units, unit factor calculations, states of matter, elements and compounds, energy, atoms, electronic configurations, ionic and covalent bonds, Lewis dot structures, shapes of molecules, chemical equations, stoichiometry, molarity, gas laws, nuclear chemistry, equilibrium between different states of matter, and some colligative properties of solutions.

3.0
View Description Elective General Education Menu - Online

No description available.

3.0
Quarter Credits 15

Quarter Eight - Summer Term

Credits
View Description MGMT 450 Strategy and Competitive Advantage

Provides an integrated approach to business planning. Develops strategic analysis and decision-making through examination of an organization's internal and external environment. Requires written and oral case reports.

4.0
View Description Elective General Education Menu - Online

No description available.

3.0
View Description MKTG Marketing Course #2 *

No description available.

4.0
View Description Elective Business Elective Courses - Online

No description available.

3.0
Quarter Credits 14

*Required for General Business Major.

This plan of study is subject to change.