Business Online Courses

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Credits: 3

Description: Emphasis upon understanding the accounting cycle and the content and preparation of financial statements. Labs are designed to further address, through practice and implementation, the content of this course. 

Format(s) Available:  Interactive online (section 999), Self-Paced Open Learning (section 901), Self-Paced Full Term ( section 902)
Cost: $1,185 (additional costs for books and fees)
Tech Requirements: Latest version of Chrome or Mozilla browser.  Check computer requirements.

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Credits: 3

Description: Studies fundamental concepts of cost and managerial accounting. Labs are designed to further address, through practice and implementation, the content of this course. A grade of C or higher is needed in ACCT 121 for admission to ACCT122.

Prerequisite(s): ACCT 121
Format(s) Available:  Interactive online (section 999), Self-Paced Open Learning (section 901), Self-Paced Full Term ( section 902)
Cost: $1,185 (additional costs for books and fees)
Tech Requirements: Latest version of Chrome or Mozilla browser.  Check computer requirements.

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Credits: 3

Description: Examines the principles and challenges of operating a small business. Topics include establishing a new business, providing physical facilities, financing, marketing, and management of the small business. Does not apply towards a management major during junior and senior years. 

Format(s) Available: Self-Paced Open Learning (section 901), Self-Paced Full Term ( section 902)
Cost: $1,185 (additional costs for books and fees)
Tech Requirements: Latest version of Chrome or Mozilla browser.  Check computer requirements.

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Credits: 3

Description: Introduction to general legal principles concerning business organizations, property laws, employment regulation, agency laws, business torts and crimes, constitutional law, regulation of negotiable instruments and contracts, and the Uniform Commercial Code. 

Format(s) Available: Self-Paced Open Learning (section 901), Self-Paced Full Term ( section 902)
Cost: $1,185 (additional costs for books and fees)
Tech Requirements: Latest version of Chrome or Mozilla browser.  Check computer requirements.

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Credits: 3

Description: Introduction to the philosophy of management which presents an overview of organizational behavior. Emphases include the functions of management (planning, organizing, leading, and controlling), group and team dynamics, organizational structure, strategic planning, managing within a global environment, human resource functions, motivation, and management control systems.

Format(s) Available: Self-Paced Open Learning (section 901), Self-Paced Full Term ( section 902)
Cost: $1,185 (additional costs for books and fees)
Tech Requirements: Latest version of Chrome or Mozilla browser.  Check computer requirements.

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Credits: 3

Description: Analysis of some major statistics of a national economy in the long and the short run, such as aggregate income and expenditures, economic growth, inflation, and unemployment, as well as the monetary system and money supply.

Format(s) Available: Self-Paced Open Learning (section 901), Self-Paced Full Term ( section 902)
Cost: $1,185 (additional costs for books and fees)
Tech Requirements: Latest version of Chrome or Mozilla browser.  Check computer requirements.

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Credits: 3

Description: Use of the mainstream economic schools of thought to explain how economic units (consumers and producers) make decisions. The role of the market in organizing economic activity is widely explained as well as the way resources are allocated in an economy through the price mechanism. Concepts like elasticities and profit maximization are computed and analyzed. Algebra used extensively. 

Format(s) Available: Self-Paced Open Learning (section 901), Self-Paced Full Term ( section 902)
Cost: $1,185 (additional costs for books and fees)
Tech Requirements: Latest version of Chrome or Mozilla browser.  Check computer requirements.

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Credits: 3

Description: Explores the role of information systems and technology in supporting the different facets of an organizational structure e.g. in decision support, data management, risk assessment and management, and resource management. The course covers topics in enterprise-level hardware and software, cloud computing, ethics, data management, and social engineering. The labs are designed to provide an introductory course in productive software, cloud computing, and web development technologies.

Prerequisite(s): Familiarity with wordprocessing and typing speed of at least 20 wpm. Recommended math placement exam score of M0 or better, or MATH 092 or higher.
Format(s) Available: Self-Paced Open Learning (section 901), Self-Paced Full Term ( section 902)
Cost: $1,185 (additional costs for books and fees)
Tech Requirements: Latest version of Chrome or Mozilla browser.  Check computer requirements.

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Credits: 3

Description: This course uses a hands-on approach to expose students to different software applications for problem-solving and decision-support in business. Relational database management systems will be introduced. Spreadsheets will be used for data analysis and data modeling. Other business intelligence software for data organization and visualization will be explored. Students also gain an understanding of organizational systems, planning, the decision process, and decision support technologies. 

Prerequisite(s): INFS 120 Foundations of Information Technology.
Format(s) Available: Self-Paced Open Learning (section 901), Self-Paced Full Term ( section 902)
Cost: $1,185 (additional costs for books and fees)
Tech Requirements: Latest version of Chrome or Mozilla browser.  Check computer requirements.

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Credits: 3

Description: A general survey of the four major marketing areas using the underpinnings of Christian values and ethical principles in a dynamic, highly competitive, global economy. The course assesses marketing concepts, strategies, and tactics that create value for consumers and organizations through integrated production and distribution of goods.

Format(s) Available: Self-Paced Open Learning (section 901), Self-Paced Full Term ( section 902)
Cost: $1,185 (additional costs for books and fees)
Tech Requirements: Latest version of Chrome or Mozilla browser.  Check computer requirements.

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