• Business 1102    Introduction to Business:   This entry-level course helps the student when choosing a major.  The course is a survey of the various fields of business designed to acquaint the student with the basic principles, practices, and employment opportunities of each field.  

  • Business 1141    Business Mathematics:  This course is designed to provide knowledge and skill in the computation of the practical problems of business.  The course content is an introduction to procedures in the fields of accounting, business finance, marketing, and related business subjects.  This course does not meet the Liberal Studies math requirement.  Juniors and Seniors in any four-year Business major are not permitted to take this course unless it is specifically required in the major.

  • Business 1199    Special Topics in Business:   Studies in special selected topics.  The topic to be studied will be determined by the instructor and approved by the School's chair.  Credits earned will be applicable as free electives in degree and certificate programs.

  • Business 2205    Small Business Fundamentals:   An introductory course designed to familiarize students with small business dynamics.  Students analyze personal strengths and weaknesses relative to launching an entrepreneurial career.  Attention is given to planning, financing, starting, and managing a new business.

  • Business 2251  Corporate Communications:  This course focuses on writing effective business correspondence including letters, memos, and e-mail messages.  Interpersonal communications in the workplace are also addressed.  This course also deals with the preparation and presentation of professional reports.  The various forms of communication necessary for job hunting, including resumes and applications letters, are also integrated into the course.  PR.  English 1104.

  • Business 3300    Entrepreneurship:   An applied course designed to simulate the experiences that  entrepreneurs undergo in conceiving, evaluating, launching, and operating a new business venture.  The course allows students to examine an entrepreneurial career for themselves.  The major project involves preparing and presenting a business plan on a potential new business venture.  PR:  Business 2205.

  • Business 3306:    Business Law I: A study of the nature and function of our legal system, courts, and procedures, including the law of contracts and sales.

  • Business 3307:    Business Law II: Continuation of Business 3306.  Substantive law of corporation, commercial papers, agency, partnership, and the legal basis of property as applied to business situations.  Business 3307 will not satisfy the three hours requirement in the teaching fields in Business Education.  PR: Business 3306.

  • Business 3310    Business and Economic Statistics:  The course provides students with an introductory survey of business statistics.  It covers three main units:  descriptive statistics and data analysis, foundations of inference, and inferential statistics.  PR:  Completion of the liberal studies math requirement.  

  • Business 3319:    Employment Law: This course explores the relationship between employer and employee.  It covers a mixture of contract, tort, criminal, and administrative law.  Study will include the statutory and common law rules governing the establishment and termination of the employment relationship and regulating the conditions of employment.  This course is designed to develop understanding of the major areas of modern employment law so that students can apply the principles as an employer or an employee.  PR:  Business 3307.

  • Business 3320    International Business:  This is an introductory course designed to expose students to the nature of international business and the cultural, social, political, economic and technological forces that make up its environment.  Students will study the importance of international trade and organizations, as well as the international monetary system and their impact on businesses, current international business developments, projected long-term global trends, unique opportunities, problems, ethical issues, characteristics and demands facing entrepreneurs and business personnel engaged in international business.

  • Business 3325    Women and Work:   This course will analyze the social organization of women's work in the United States today and as it has changed over time.  The course will examine the relationship between women's socialization, sense of self, family roles, and the social, economic, and political forces which shape women's work.  Topics will include affirmative action and comparable work, unionization, sexual harassment, and traditional and non-traditional roles.

  • Business 3330:    Business Intelligence:  This course is an overview of the business intelligence process including information collection, intelligence analysis, and intelligence process assessment.

  • Business 3340:    Advanced Business Law for Managers: Survey of legal problems encountered by finance executives, certified public accountants, and entrepreneurs, including secured transactions, bankruptcy, partnership, corporations, contracts, anti-trust, and SEC law.  PR: Business 3307.

  • Business 3399    Special Topics in Business:   Advanced studies in special selected topics.  The topic to be studied will be determined by the instructor and approved by the School Chair.   Credits earned will be applicable as free electives in degree programs.  PR:  Consent of Instructor

  • Business 4405    Entrepreneurial Leadership:   The latest concepts and applications in entrepreneurial leadership will be the focus of this course.  Its content will therefore vary each semester to provide the student with exposure to the most recent developments in this area.  Critical leadership, ethical and information-age challenges are examined to facilitate successful entrepreneurial endeavors.  Students are involved in a variety of activities emphasizing integration of entrepreneurial topics in work and life.  Discussion, role play, case study analysis, and small group learning will be used.  PR:  Business 3300 or Consent of Instructor.

  • Business 4408    Business and Economics Field Studies:  This field experience, designed for business majors, actively engages students in a monitored work experience related to their major.  Students may work independently or in teams, with guidance from a supervising faculty member on a specific project that benefits both the student(s) and the participating business.  PR:  Consent of Instructor with approval of the School Chair.

  • Business 4410    Enterprise Development:  This is a capstone course whereby students continue to develop and refine their business plan or begin actual operation of their business venture.  Students are expected to participate in the daily operation of their enterprise and report to the faculty facilitator on a regular basis.  This course is offered on a credit/no credit basis.  PR:  Business 3315 and 3340; or Consent of Instructor.

  • Business 4415    Strategic Management and Policy:   This course is designed to allow the student to integrate the concepts and principles offered in the various disciplines of study within the School of Business.  Through the process of case analysis, students will enhance their analytic and problem-solving skills by formulating the policies and strategies that are used in modern business organizations.  PR: Acct 2202, Finance 2201, and Senior standing.

  • Business 4420    Business and Society:  A course designed to develop in the student an appreciation of the societal and ethical issues facing businesses and managers today and to examine the influence these issues have on management decisions.  PR: Econ 2202, Bus 3307, Junior status, or consent of the instructor.  Students must be enrolled in a B.S. in Business Administration major.

  • Business 4440    Hospitality Management Internship:  This internship course is designed as a learning experience which integrates food service and business theory with actual job experience in a hospitality management-related work environment.  The student must be enrolled in the four-year Hospitality Management program.  The employer is responsible for evaluating and reporting the development of the student.  PR:  consent of the instructor with approval of the Dean of the School of Business.  Graded Credit/No Credit.

  • Business 4450    Business and Economics Internship:  This business internship is designed to provide the business major with supervised work experience in a sponsoring organization.  The student is expected to complete a minimum of 120 hours in a meaningful and challenging position.  PR:  Consent of instructor with approval of Dean of the School of Business.  Graded Credit/No Credit.