- MAN 301 Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management
- MAR 301 Principles of Marketing
- MAN 201 Business Analytics
- FIN 301 Corporate Finance I
- MAN 302 Operations and Quality Management
- ACC 312 Intermediate Accounting II
- ACC 411 Advanced Accounting
- ACC 412 Auditing
- ACC 413 Cost Accounting
- MAN 450 Managing Finance and Business Strategy
- ACC 435 Philosophy of Values and Ethics
MAN 301 Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management (4 credits)
This course will examine the basic principles of management including planning, organizing, integrating, leading, decision-making, and evaluating performance. Using theories contributed from the behavioral sciences students will examine the behavior of individuals, groups and organizations. Students will learn to analyze problems and develop strategies to deal with organizational growth and change. Additionally, some discussion will focus on human resource management skills, policies, and practices.
MAR 301 Principles of Marketing (4 credits)
This course provides an introduction to the study of marketing in business and other organizations. Topics that will be addressed in this course include the marketing environment, marketing ethics, information gathering, product development, pricing strategies, distribution strategies, the promotional mix, decision making, nonprofit marketing, social marketing and international marketing.
MAN 201 Business Analytics (4 credits)
In this course students will learn to use various tools to analyze data and make predictions. These tools include probability analysis, hypothesis testing, regression analysis, linear programming and tools for financial analysis.
FIN 301 Corporate Finance I (4 credits)
This course explores the basics of financial management. Topics include the capital markets, the cash budget, pro forma statements, analysis of financial statements, and the time value of money Students also complete a research project.
MAN 302 Operations and Quality Management (4 credits)
This course will discuss the theoretical foundations for production management. The course will focus on the management of resources such as the production process, the management of equipment and machinery, facilities and maintenance, materials management, inventory control, quality control, scheduling, and purchasing.
ACC 312 Intermediate Accounting II (4 credits)
This course places emphasis on liabilities, corporate equity measurement and earnings per share. The course also explores the areas of evaluation of financial goals, performance review and special topics in financial reporting, such as: accounting for income taxes, leases, pensions and cash flow.
ACC 411 Advanced Accounting (4 credits)
This course covers the advanced study of accounting principles including: accounting for combined corporate entities, consolidated statement analysis, partnership accounting and governmental/nonprofit accounting.
ACC 412 Auditing (4 credits)
This course defines the ethical and legal responsibilities of the auditor and covers the topics for the preparation of the audit program and working papers for the financial statements in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards (GAAS).
ACC 413 Cost Accounting (4 credits)
This course develops and uses accounting data for managerial decision-making. Cost concepts for planning and control, cost/volume/profit relationships, responsibility accounting and inventory planning and control emphasized.
MAN 450 Managing Finance and Business Strategy (4 credits)
Students will apply business analytical tools in finance and accounting to real world business scenarios. Students will use a popular business software, such as Quickbooks, to gain experience in implementing and managing small business finances. Through case studies and other techniques students will learn how to integrate their knowledge of business disciplines in developing business strategy which will include principles of stewardship and sustainability issues.
ACC 435 Philosophy of Values and Ethics (4 credits)
Students examine issues of accountability in government and business regarding human rights and ethics through readings, classroom discussion and debates. Students develop a system for making ethical decisions in their personal lives as well as in public and employment situations. Ethical theory and personal values are explored.