ACCT.2010 Accounting/Financial (3cr)
Presents a comprehensive, detailed exposure to basic accounting theory. Beginning with the accounting equation, students are introduced to the accounting cycle, preparation of the statement of financial position and the income statement, accounting for assets, liabilities, and stockholders' equity of the firm, and cash flow and financial statement analysis.
ACCT.2020 Accounting/Managerial (3cr)
Examines the use of accounting systems for managerial decision-making. Budgeting, forecasting, and cost accumulation systems, which relate to manufacturing systems, will be studied.
ECON.2010 Principles of Microeconomics (3cr)
Studies the principles of production and exchange. An introduction to demand, supply, pricing, and output under alternative market structures. Derived demand and resource markets are introduced. Meets Core Curriculum Essential Learning Outcome for Quantitative Literacy (QL).
ECON.2020 Principles of Macroeconomics (3cr)
This course studies national accounts, inflation, and aggregate unemployment, as well as the driving forces behind business cycles and long-run growth in the context of aggregate demand and aggregate supply. In addition, it examines monetary and fiscal policy, the Federal reserve, and select additional topics, such as an introduction to open-economy macroeconomics.
ECON.2110 Statistics for Business and Economics I (3cr)
Presents descriptive statistics, sophisticated counting techniques and other components of probability, simple random variables and their distribution, bivariate functions, sampling theory properties of estimators.
MATH 1210 pre-req
ENGL.1010 College Writing I (3cr)
A workshop course that thoroughly explores the writing process from pre-writing to revision, with an emphasis on critical thinking, sound essay structure, mechanics, and academic integrity. Students will read, conduct rhetorical analyses, and practice the skills required for participation in academic discourse. Students will write expository essays throughout the semester, producing a minimum of four formal essays.
ENGL.1020 College Writing II (3cr)
A workshop course that thoroughly explores the academic research writing process with an emphasis on entering into academic conversation. Building on the skills acquired in College Writing I, students will learn to write extensively with source material. Key skills addressed include finding,assessing, and integrating primary and secondary sources, and using proper documentation to ensure academic integrity. Students will produce analytical writing throughout the semester, including a minimum of four formal, researched essays.
ENTR.1500 Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Business (3cr)
Entrepreneurship can be considered a process of economic or social value creation, rather than the single event of opening a business. This course focuses on creativity, innovation, problem identification, opportunity recognition, developing solutions, and resource acquisition. The functional areas of business and the cross-functional nature of these will be demonstrated as student teams will address problems they discover.
FINA.2000 Personal Finance (3cr)
This course emphasizes the development of individually focused financial information and a comprehensive financial plan designed to enable the individual to manage his or her financial affairs. The course also integrates personal goals, such as buying a home, retirement, investing, and insurance needs, to help assure that the financial plan incorporates the major decision stages an individual will face.
LGST.2620 Introduction to Business Law (3cr)
This course introduces students to the fundamentals of business law. The main emphasis is on key aspects of contract law, including the agreement, consideration, writings, third-party rights, illegality, performance, breach, defenses, and remedies The course also covers agency law, employment law, sections of the Uniform Commercial Code, and a variety of other legal issues and topics that influence and intersect with modern business practices. This course is highly recommended for pre-law students, CPA students, and paralegal students.
MATH.1205 Applied Precalculus (3cr)
Intended for students in online degree programs. The objective of this course is to provide students with problem-solving and computational techniques needed for further coursework and/or in their occupations. Topics covered include a comprehensive review of algebra, functions, and relations, system of linear equations in two variables, polynomial functions, rational functions, and inverse functions. Applications from business, IT, and biological sciences are included. ANTI-REQUISITES: Credit will only be granted for one of the following: MATH.1200/1225, MATH.1205 or MATH.1210.
MATH.1210 Management Precalculus (3cr)
Review of algebra. The Real Numbers, inequalities and intervals on the number line, factoring, radical notation, properties of exponents, scientific notation, and operations on rational expressions. Function definition and graph of linear/nonlinear functions such as quadratic, cubic, absolute value, piecewise-defined, rational, and power function. Additional topics with functions included such as transformations of graphs and symmetry, composite functions, one-to-one and inverse functions. Solving linear and quadratic equations algebraically and graphically. Solving systems of equations in two variables algebraically and graphically. Modeling systems of equations in three variables and solving them analytically and with matrices using TI-84 implementation. Modeling with linear as well as quadratic and power functions with the aid of a graphing calculator and Excel spread sheets. Business applications are included.
No credit for math/science/engineering majors. Credit is given for only one of the two following courses: 92.120 or 92.121.
MATH.1220 Management Calculus (3cr)
Review of difference quotient, least squares modeling, limit of difference quotient, differential calculus: derivatives, differentials, higher-order derivatives, implicit differentiation, relative and absolute maxima and minima of functions, and applications of derivatives to business and economics. Integrals and applications to business. No credit in Science or Engineering.
MATH.1200 Precalculus Mathematics I, or MATH.1210 Management Precalculus, or MATH.1270 Preparation for Calculus, or MATH.1280 Calculus IA, or MATH.1290 Calculus IB,or ALEKS score of 67 or higher.
MATH.2830 Introduction to Statistics (3cr)
An introduction to descriptive statistics, graphing and data analysis, probability laws, discrete and continuous probability distributions, correlation and regression, inferential statistics. No credit in Sciences (except Biology and EEAS) or Engineering. Meets Core Curriculum Essential Learning Outcome for Quantitative Literacy (QL).
MATH.1115 or equivalent; MA; Previously 92.183
MIST.2010 Business Information Systems (3cr)
The course familiarizes students with key components and principles of information systems and information technology. Students will learn about the role of IS/IT in businesses for improving organizational performance, competing globally, and gaining competitive advantage. The course covers basic principles and technologies pertaining to information management, business intelligence, and business analytics for improving decision-making and managing knowledge. The basic role of enterprise systems in businesses for enabling operational excellence is also discussed. Social and ethical issues associated with the use of information systems are also discussed. Students will utilize IS technologies (e.g., spreadsheet and database software) in a hands-on manner for business problem-solving.
COM Filter courses,or BU minor
MKTG.2010 Marketing Principles (3cr)
The role of marketing in the economy. The elements of the marketing mix--product, price, distribution, and promotion--are discussed in the context of social and political constraints on marketing activity.
ENGL.1010/S College Writing I, or ENGL.1020 College Writing II, or HONR.110 First Year Seminar in Honors:Text in the City.
MKTG.2100 Professional Communications (3cr)
This course provides students with the theory and practice of successful oral and written communication in business. Emphasis is on the development and improvement of communication skills needed for today's fast-paced organizations. Such skills include written communication in short memos and reports, including the use of conferencing technology to convey information. Additionally, the course focuses on oral communication through presentations and discussions as well as the use of current presentation software.
Pre-Req: Business majors or IT-BS Majors or IT- AS Majors & ENGL.1020 College Writing 2 or equiv.
POMS.2010 Introduction to Business Analytics (3cr)
Introduction to quantitative methods for analyzing business problems. Analytic methods include decision analysis, linear programming, queuing and simulation. Applications address issues in areas such as marketing, production, finance and logistics.
MATH.2830,3860 or ECON.2110pre