Business Administration

Software Development Minor

 

19 Credits

 

Student Learning Outcomes:

Students completing the minor in Software Development will:

Demonstrate competency in programming specific to their chosen track

Design programs/applications according to accepted principles of software engineering

 

Core: 13 Credits

IS 222 Programming Logic and Design

MA 332 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics

IS 235 Software Engineering

IS 336, 337 C++ Programming and Lab

 

Finance Major

Program Outcomes:
The Finance major prepares a student for a career as a financial professional. The program emphasizes a combination of studies in accounting, economics and mathematics to make financial decisions. Students will be introduced to financial theory, concepts and practices in financial management.  Students will be prepared for financial management in fields such as banking, insurance, financial planning and analysis, real estate, government. In addition, students will be prepared for graduate studies in finance.

Economics Minor

 

Economics is a discipline that examines society's responses to the problem of scarcity. This necessitates that people make choices, and hence, deals with decision-making, problem-solving and critical thinking. Economics courses are offered to fulfill the social science requirement in the General Education Requirements and to support the various majors offered by the Business Administration Division and various interdisciplinary majors. Although there is no major offered in Economics, students may obtain a minor.

Multimedia Minor

Required Courses (Six Credits):
AR 114 Introduction to Graphic Design
AR 221 Basic Design

+ 12 Credits from the following:
AR 223 Graphic Design I
AR 224 Graphic Design II
IS 243 Multimedia Development
IS 245 Web Site Design and Development
IS 443 Advanced Multimedia Development

Business Administration Major

Program Outcomes:
Students completing a major in Business Administration are prepared to function as professionals in the global business environment. The program is designed to provide the student with a broad-based knowledge of advanced business courses in a variety of areas in the business division. It will prepare students to continue their studies in graduate school as well as pursue a career in business.

Student Learning Outcomes

Students majoring in all Business Administration majors will be able to:

Marketing Minor

Lower Biennium Prerequisites (6 Credits): 
BU 230 Marketing Principles
EC 201 Principles of Microeconomics
OR
EC 202 Principles of Macroeconomics

+ Required Upper Biennium Courses: 12 Credits from the following: 
BU 301 Consumer Behavior 
BU 375 Marketing Research 
BU 380 Sales Management 
BU 385 Marketing Management 
BU 390 Advertising 
BU 450 Global Marketing

 

 

Management Minor

Lower Biennium Prerequisites (3 Credits):
BU 240 Management Principles

+ Required Upper Biennium Courses (15 Credits):
BU 300 Principles of Supervision
BU 341 Human Resources Management
BU 345 Organizational Behavior
BU 386 Operations Management
BU 426 Strategic Management

International Business Minor

Lower Biennium Prerequisites (17 Credits):
BU 155 Accounting Principles I
BU 156 Accounting Principles II
BU 230 Marketing Principles
EC 201 Principles of Microeconomics
EC 202 Principles of Macroeconomics

+ Required Upper Biennium Courses (12 Credits):
BU 450 Global Marketing 
EC 305 Comparative Economic Systems
EC 440 International Economics 
EC 442 International Finance 

Financial Services Management Minor

 

For Business Students

Lower Biennium Prerequisites (14 Credits):
BU 155 Accounting Principles I
BU 156 Accounting Principles II
EC 201 Principles of Microeconomics
EC 202 Principles of Macroeconomics

+ Required Upper Biennium Courses (6 Credits):
BU 370 Investments
EC 331 Money and Banking

+ Choose Two of the Following Courses (6 credits)
BU 400 Advanced Corporate Finance
EC 432 Public Finance
EC 442 International Finance

 

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