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BUS 5030 Organizational Behavior and Change Management

This course examines the dynamics of organizational behaviors, as well as how the major organizational factors such as design and

structures, change management, and learning organization significantly impact organizational effectiveness and business outcomes. (3)

Limited to online program students.

BUS 5040 Information Systems and Technology for Business

This course examines the role of information systems and technology in today's rapidly changing business environment and analyzes

technology's implications for efficient management of operations. (3)

Limited to online program students.

BUS 5050 Marketing

A course designed to explore the main aspects of strategic marketing theories and concepts and their global applications. This course

examines the marketing process, marketing research, product development innovation and diffusion, pricing strategy, distribution value

drain, advertising and promotion, and strategic marketing issues. This course is designed to equip the students with the concepts and

principles necessary to make market oriented business decisions and to enable students to plan, design and critique marketing

promotional materials and campaigns within the framework of an ethical perspective. (3)

Limited to online program students.

BUS 5060 Business Law

This course examines the legal and regulatory environment of business within the U.S. and in a global context. Key legal terms and

scenarios for organizational leaders will be addressed as well, including employment law, contracts and negotiations, and organizational

structures. (3)

Limited to online program students.

BUS 6010 Managerial Finance

This course focuses on the critical financial issues and decisions facing organizational leaders and business executives. Key concepts

covered in the course include analysis of financial statements, time value of money, cost of capital, working capital management, and

cash flow forecasting. Using these tools, students will learn to evaluate and determine the value of organizations and proposed capital

projects. (3)

Limited to online program students.

BUS 6020

Accounting for Financial Reporting and Management

This course explores the use of accounting information for planning, control and decision-making. Students develop analytical and applied

skills through problems and cases that focus on preparing, reporting, and analyzing financial data. Special emphasis focuses on ethical

reporting and on potential misuses of financial information. Topics covered include the principles and practices of financial accounting

and the fundamentals of managerial accounting, such as cost behavior and budgeting. (3)

Limited to online program students.

BUS 6030

International Business

This course presents an analysis of the impact of geographic, political, social, economic, legal, and technological influences on business

enterprise conducted across national boundaries. The course also explores best practices and various business strategies for

successfully launching and engaging in business activity outside the U.S. Students also acquire familiarity with international institutions

engaged in promoting international trade and financial transactions. (3)

Limited to online program students.

BUS 6040 Operations and Quality Management

This course focuses on the basic principles and tools required for efficient and effective operations management. It explores key concepts

and dynamics such as productivity, project management, quality concepts, statistical controls, supply chain management, inventory

management, forecasting, and material requirements. (3)

Limited to online program students.

BUS 6050

Strategic Planning and Management

This course emphasizes the definition, formulation, and execution of strategy to successfully define and implement organizational vision,

mission, and strategic goals. The strategies of for-profit entities will focus on achieving and sustaining competitive advantage against rival

firms, while strategies of not-for-profit organizations emphasize strategic positioning to effectively serve the organizations key

stakeholders. As this is intended to be a capstone experience within the program, students normally will enroll in this course during their

second year. (3)

Limited to online program students.


COM 1010

Communication for Leaders

This course provides you a general overview of basic communication skills and strategies that typically accompany proven leaders. Topics

covered include listening, evaluating an audience, speaking in public settings, facilitating small work groups, and business writing. The

course is a blend of theory and practice, you will have the opportunity to engage and practice leadership communication techniques

firsthand. (3)

Limited to online program students.