Business Course Descriptions & Outlines

BUS 1201 | Introduction to Business | Credits: 3

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This course provides students with an overview of the business world; studies the major components of a business and the interrelation of these components with environmental forces both local and global.

BUS 1215 | Business Law | Credits: 3

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Introductory course in business law and our judicial system. Emphasizes basic elements and legal principles of contracts, sales, negotiable instruments. The course is both academic and practical.

BUS 2102 | Principles of Management | Credits: 3

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This course is a study of the foundations, principles and functions of management. The course provides students with a theoretical and practical background of management. Emphasis is placed upon understanding the basic activities managers perform. An overview of managerial functions of planning, organizing, leading and control are examined.

BUS 2108 | Principles of Marketing | Credits: 3

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This course will examine how marketing plans are developed within a business environment. Students will learn the process of marketing research and how it is used to serve market segments. The basic components of marketing, product offerings, promotional pricing, and distributional strategies will be covered. Students will complete a marketing project.