BUS 110 – Integrated Bus Experience I 3 sem. hrs.
PSYC 240 – Industrial/Organizational Psychology 3 sem. hrs.
This course introduces students to the global aspects of management and marketing, in both the classroom and experiential learning environments. The relationship between management and marketing is addressed, focusing on how both disciplines are part of a larger system that is responsible for the sustainability of an organization.
BUS 111 – Integrative Bus Experience II 3 sem. hrs.
Large corporate and governmental organizations dramatically influence all aspects of the American life – our occupations, schools, politics, and social values. Using an interdisciplinary approach, we will examine these influences and where they might lead in future decades. This course will also provide an introduction to Industrial/Organizational psychology, the branch of psychology which studies how organizations work and develop techniques to help them function more effectively. PSYC 120 Recommended.
BUS 318 – DV: Human Resources Found in Global Organizations 3 sem. hrs.
This course introduces students to the global aspects of accounting and finance, in both the classroom and experiential learning environments. The relationship between accounting and finance will be addressed, focusing on how both disciplines are part of a larger system that is responsible for the sustainability of an organization.
BUS 112 – Bus Ethics in Global Environment 3 sem. hrs.
This course deals with the study of the principles, practices, and problems of the human resource management. This course's emphasis is on planning, organizing and controlling the organization's human participants with the goal of realizing human potential. Traditional tools of HR management are supplemented with contemporary ideas. The human resource issues concerned with the formal structure design and informal culture are examined with attention to motivation, development, performance and appraisal, communication, decision making and conflict resolution. Cases of actual practice are discussed and a project is required. (Formerly BUS 403).
Prerequisite: BCPII Status, BUS 110 for minor and AA.
BUS 319 – Managerial Negotiations in Global Environments 3 sem. hrs.
This course addresses the general principles and standards of ethics and Judeo-Christian values applied to businesses and not-for-profit organizations in a global environment. Case study analyses are used to develop critical thinking skills and personal reflections on challenging issues.
BUS 113 – Communication in Multicultural Environ 3 sem. hrs.
This class explores the process and dynamics of the numerous negotiations and conflict resolution efforts occurring continuously within organizations. It reviews the major concepts and theories of the psychology of bargaining and negotiations and handling of group conflicts. The course utilizes cases and simulation exercises.
Prerequisite: BCPII Status or BUS 318, BUS 318 for minor and AA.
BUS 361 – Project Management/Global Systems 3 sem. hrs.
This course helps students communicate effectively in the multicultural business environment, providing emphasis on written and oral communication forms in business, professional communication behaviors, presentation skills, resume development, interview skills, and peer evaluations. Prerequisite: ENG 102 or Placement.
BUS 417 – Operations Management 3 sem. hrs.
This course is designed to introduce the basic principles and technology-based solutions that support the planning, scheduling, controlling, resource allocation, and performance measurement activities required for successful completion of a project within a global business environment.
Prerequisite: BCPII Status, BUS 110 for minor and AA.
MATH 155 – Elementary Functions I 3 sem. hrs.
This course is an overview of the managerial process by which goods and services are supplied, produced, and distributed by organizations. The emphasis is on decision-making models used in the management of production, service, and logistics systems.
Prerequisite: BCPII Status or BUS 320.
BUS 230 – Financial/Managerial Accounting 3 sem. hrs.
(Formerly MATH 105-106) Algebraic foundations, functions and graphs, polynomial functions, rational functions, exponential functions, logarithms and logarithmic functions, complex numbers, basic trigonometry, trigonometric identities, trigonometric equations, trigonometric functions, inverse trigonometric functions are covered in this course.
Prerequisite: two years of high school algebra and one year of high school geometry.
BUS 448 – Sustainable Change Through Organizational Change/Development 3 sem. hrs.
This course builds on financial accounting concepts, providing emphasis on cash, accounts receivable, inventories, and fixed assets. The class also introduces the student to managerial accounting. Prerequisite: BUS 111.
BUS 231 – Legal, Social, Global Environment 3 sem. hrs.
This course provides students with an advanced perspective on the effective planning and implementation of sustainable change and organizational development efforts in organizations. Students will critically evaluate ideas, insights, strategies and methods from a systems-oriented perspective.
Prerequisites: BUS 318 or BCPII Status and BUS 360; BUS 318 for AA.
BUS 232 – Information Analysis 3 sem. hrs.
This course is an introduction to the impact of external forces around the world of businesses. Specifically, the course covers key aspects of business law, such as negotiations, contracts, the uniform commercial code and similar regulations around the world, the structure of legal entities within global businesses, the impact of the government regulation such as labor and antitrust laws, and the effect of other external forces, including non-governmental organizations such as consumer and environmental organizations.
Prerequisite: BUS 112, ENG 102.
BUS 233 – Marketing in a Global Environment 3 sem. hrs.
This course introduces and applies the statistical methods and analytical skills needed to address real-world business and economic decision making. Emphasis is placed on how to obtain data, interpret data, and use computer applications to supplement data analysis and reporting.
Prerequisite: MATH 155, Excel Competency.
ECON 203 – T1:Global Microeconomics 3 sem. hrs.
This course introduces students to the field of marketing in the global business environment. Students learn how to apply marketing theory and develop marketing strategies in both domestic and international business situations. The course replaces BUS 216.
Prerequisite: BUS 110.
ECON 204 – Global Macroeconomics 3 sem. hrs.
This course introduces the concepts and principles of the microeconomic theory, including individual and social choices, supply and demand, types of market structures, cost analysis, and the allocation of resources in both global and domestic economic settings.
BUS 360 – H1:DV:Mgmt in a Global Environ 3 sem. hrs.
This course introduces the concepts and principles of macroeconomic theory, including economic growth and development, distribution of wealth, unemployment, inflation, and monetary and fiscal policy with an emphasis on the global economic environment.
BUS 362 – Global Information Systems 3 sem. hrs.
This course is a study of the principles of organizational behavior at the individual, group, and organizational level within a multicultural context. Students will apply theory using an experiential approach from multiple perspectives to broaden work behavior and decision-making capabilities. Topics included in the class are management across cultures, change management, motivation, team building, and leadership.
Prerequisite: BCPII Status, BUS 110 for minor and AA.
BUS 363 – Corp Fin Mgmt in Global Env I 3 sem. hrs.
This course presents the management of information technology resources in the context of global business organizations addressing strategic, technological, and organizational issues to support the effective integration of information systems.
Prerequisite: BCPII Status.
BUS 364 – Research Methods & Design 3 sem. hrs.
This course provides students with a focus on the concepts, techniques, practices, and analysis of the corporate financial management in the dynamic global environment. Topics for the course include financial analysis, financial markets, institutions and instruments, cash flow and financial planning, investment banking, time value of money, risk and return, bond and stock valuation, and capital budgeting.
Prerequisite: BCPII Status, BUS 111 for Minor.
BUS 418 – Team Global Mgmt & Leader Seminar 3 sem. hrs.
This course deals with understanding the importance and process of doing research, which is critical in today's business environment. It focuses on the steps of the research process needed for evaluating business decisions and academic inquiries. Emphasis is placed on developing and testing research questions using hypotheses testing, designing the research strategy and using quantitative and qualitative problem-solving techniques while incorporating statistical software tools.
Prerequisites: BCPII Status.
BUS 400 – CBC Experience 3 sem. hrs.
This course is a senior seminar designed to examine and evaluate existing leadership theories and team processes and emerging trends. Students will analyze their own leadership skills through assessments, develop a personal leadership brand and improve their leadership capabilities.
Prerequisite: BUS 319 or BCPII Status and BUS 360; BUS 360 for minor; BUS 318 for AA.
BUS 465 – H3:Integrative Global Experience III 3 sem. hrs.
This course prepares students for and provides students with real-world experiences delivered in experiential learning frameworks. In part 1 (approximately one-third of the course), through in-class application of experiential learning exercises, the students prepare for real-world collaboration with industry professionals. In part 2 (the remainder of the course), students participate in a real-world experience where they will apply theories to practice under the guidance of industry professionals and faculty.
Prerequisites: BUS 360, BUS 362, BUS 363, BUS 364, and senior status.
In this capstone course of the business curriculum, students integrate core business areas of economics, accounting, finance, management, and marketing through the use of business case analysis and simulations. The concepts of strategic planning and strategic management in a dynamic global business environment provide the platform for integration. The course is designed to the University requirements for an "H3" course.
Prerequisites: BCPII required coursework, with the exception of BUS 400, which may be taken concurrently.