|Class type ||Inclass || ||Online |
|Courses ||Cr ||Cr.Num ||Fa ||Wi ||Sp ||Su || ||Fa ||Wi ||Sp ||Su |
|Principles of Accounting I |
Introduction to terminology, content and form of financial statements for sole proprietorships. Recording of data for use in preparing profit-andloss statements and balance sheets.
Prerequisite: MATH 100 or equivalent.
|4-0-4 ||ACC201 || || || || || || || ||O ||O |
|Principles of Managerial Accounting |
Theory and procedure in gathering cost data and their use in analyzing and controlling operation costs: job-order and process-cost systems. Technique of standard costs, analysis of variance, managerial reports, and specialized cost programs including activity based costing systems.
Prerequisite: ACC 201 with grade “C” or better.
|4-0-4 ||ACC203 || || || || || ||O || ||O ||O |
Emphasis on working capital management, longterm finance and capital structure.
Prerequisites: ACC 203 and MATH 105 or MATH 111.
|3-0-3 ||ACC325 ||WED W || || || || || || ||O || |
Addresses what globalization is and how it developed and spread. Benefits and harms of globalization in the areas of work, culture, warfare, national sovereignty, health and food. Countervailing pressures from social movements will be examined.
Prerequisite: WRI 122.
|3-0-3 ||ANTH452 || || || || || ||O ||O ||O || |
|Principles of Management |
Introduction to management organization in industrial and service organizations. Functional aspects of organizational history. Team concept management, corporate cultures and business ethics. (Cannot be taken for graduation credit by students who have taken BUS 304 or BUS 317).
|3-0-3 ||BUS215 || || || || || ||O || ||O ||O |
|Principles of Marketing |
Fundamentals of marketing. Product, price, promotion and place as basic concepts in modern marketing. Consumer behavior, competition, legal, ethics and other influences in the marketplace.
|3-0-3 ||BUS223 || ||THRS W || || || ||O ||O ||O ||O |
|Business Law |
The fundamentals of business law: the structure of federal and state courts and agencies, their decision processes; the legal structure of modern business organizations including closely and publicly held corporations, partnerships, limited partnerships, nonprofit corporations, sole proprietorships and limited liability companies; contract law; Uniform Commercial Code; tort law and its implications for business; administrative law; and criminal law as it applies to business and industry.
|3-0-3 ||BUS226 || || || || || ||O || ||O || |
|Business Presentations |
Design, preparation and delivery of effective business presentations. Emphasis on integration of skills in speech, written communications and desktop publishing in the development of executive presentations in the multimedia environment.
Prerequisites: SPE 111, WRI 227.
|3-3-4 ||BUS356 ||THRS W || ||MON E || || || ||O || || |
|Business Research Methods |
Research design, exploration and proposals. Hypotheses Formulation and testing. Data sources, collection and analysis. Survey design, sampling and census techniques. Library and online information retrieval sources. Effective search strategies. Research reporting.
Prerequisites: MATH 361, WRI 227.
|3-0-3 ||BUS456 ||MON W || || || || || ||O || || |
|Cases in Strategy & Policy |
Comprehensive study and analysis of businesses and/or case studies. Evaluation of strategic and operational decision making. Performance analysis in areas of finance, marketing and social performance.
Prerequisites: ACC 325, WRI 227, senior standing.
|4-0-4 ||BUS478 || || ||MON E || || ||O || || || |
|Micro Economics |
Topics include scarcity, consumer choice, supply and demand, elasticity, cost and pricing theory, theory of market structures (competition, monopoly, monopolistic competition, oligopoly).
Pre- or corequisite: MATH 105 or MATH 111.
|3-0-3 ||ECO201 || || || || || ||O || ||O ||O |
|Macro Economics |
An introduction to the economic problem. Topics include gross domestic product, unemployment, monetary policy, fiscal policy, macro equilibrium, inflation, and supply and demand.
Pre- or corequisite: MATH 105 or MATH 111.
|3-0-3 ||ECO202 || || || || || ||O || ||O ||O |
|Lean Management I |
Lean thinking as applied to production and service operations. Kaizen, kaikaku, pull production and systems, value stream mapping and analysis. Standardized work charts and combination tables to streamline work content and achieve flow. Identifying sources of muda and its elimination.
Prerequisite: BUS 215 or MGT 321.
|3-0-3 ||MGT461 ||WED E || || || || || ||O || || |
|College Algebra |
Study of functions including graphs, operations and inverses. Includes polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic functions and their applications, and systems of equations.
Prerequisite: MATH 100 with grade “C” or better, or equivalent.
|3-0-3 ||MATH111 ||CC ||CC ||CC ||CC || ||CC ||CC ||CC ||CC |
|Statistical Methods I |
Graphical representation of statistical data, measures of central tendency and variability, and elementary probability. Applications of binomial, normal, “t,” “F,” and chi-square distributions; tests of hypothesis; regression and correlation analysis. Multiple regression, analysis of variance and design and analysis of experiments.
Prerequisite: MATH 111 or instructor’s consent.
|4-0-4 ||MATH361 ||FRI W || || || || ||O ||O ||O ||O |
|Finite Math & Calculus |
Linear functions, matrices, linear programming, mathematics of finance, derivatives and their applications. The integral and its applications, and calculus of several variables.
Prerequisite: MATH 111 with grade “C” or better.
|4-0-4 ||MATH371 || || ||THRS W || || ||O || ||O ||O |
|Spreadsheet Software Lab |
Spreadsheet lab using Microsoft Excel software. Includes creating worksheets, charts, formulas, functions, what-if analysis, sorting, multiple worksheets, workbooks, templates, pivot tables and importing of data.
|1-0-1 ||MIS102 || || || || || ||O ||O ||O || |
|Visual BASIC Prog |
Computer concepts and problem solving methods in the Windows environment using Visual BASIC. Topics include algorithms, simple data types, condition and iterative structures, functions and procedures, and the program documentation.
Prerequisite: MATH 100 or instructor consent.
|3-3-4 ||MIS115 || || || || || || ||O || ||O |
|Bus App Programming |
Object-oriented and/or procedural languages employed with an emphasis on structured design, user interface design and error processing. Advanced language elements and program structures.
Prerequisites: MATH 111 and MIS 115, or one term of programming and instructor consent.
|3-0-3 ||MIS215 || || || || || ||O || ||O || |
|Business on the Internet |
The role of the Internet and related technologies in modern business and electronic commerce. Hands on course for creating dynamic Web pages. Emphasizes Internet marketing and Web page editor with hypertext markup language (HTML) with some exposure to Java Script.
Prerequisite: MIS 113 or instructor consent.
|3-3-4 ||MIS225 || || ||THRS W || || ||O || || || |
|Hardware/software Integration |
An overview of personal computer technology: comparing components such as display, CPU, memory units and peripherals. Setting standards for selecting, maintaining and supporting automated business information systems. Relationship of systems and applications software to available system software, hardware and selected peripherals. In-depth software comparison, user rating, security and error recovery techniques.
|3-3-4 ||MIS256 || || || || || || ||O || || |
|Introduction to Networking |
Network concepts including topologies, fundamentals of network communications, components of Ethernet networks. Introduction to LANs and WANs, OSI model; components of simple networks.
Prerequisite: MIS 256 with grade “C” or better.
|3-3-4 ||MIS272 || || ||THRS W || || ||O || || || |
|Intro to Relational Databases |
The relational model, DBMS functions, administration, design methodology, normalization, QBE and SQL. Hands-on design, development and use of a database system using the Microsoft Access software including queries, updates, reports, forms, macros and application systems.
|3-0-3 ||MIS275 || || || || || || ||O || ||O |
|Intro to Info Systems |
Introduction to state-of-the-art business information systems. Acquiring, processing and distributing information in a technological environment. The MIS organization: its place in business, key trends and implications. Introduction to computing hardware. Introduction to System Development Life Cycle.
Prerequisite: MIS 275.
|3-0-3 ||MIS311 || || ||THRS W || || ||O ||O || || |
|Systems Analysis I |
Planning and Analysis phases of Systems Development Life Cycle. Focuses on software development life cycles; entity relationships, data flow diagrams. prototyping and other forms of data or system modeling. Designing, selecting and installing new systems for end users. Includes cost/benefit and value added evaluations.
Prerequisite: MIS 311 with grade “C” or better.
|4-0-4 ||MIS312 ||TUE W || || || || || ||O || || |
|Systems Analysis II |
Design, implementation and maintenance phases of Systems Development Life Cycle. Focus on software development life cycles. Designing, selecting and installing new systems for end users. Includes cost/benefit and value-added evaluations. Define and perform data modeling, process modeling, network modeling and their importance.
Prerequisite: MIS 312.
|4-0-4 ||MIS322 || ||TUE E || || || || || ||O || |
|Relational Database Design I |
A comprehensive study of SQL and PL/SQL using the Oracle relational database management system. Hands-on training will include the use of PL/SQL and SQL*PLUS, database creation, data queries, view definitions and use, operators and functions, triggers, calculation, indexing, cursors and data manipulation.
Prerequisite: CST 311 or MIS 275, and MATH 111 with grade "C" or better.
|3-3-4 ||MIS341 ||THRS W || || || || || ||O || || |
|Enterprise Network Design I |
High-level design of primary network architectures employed in modern business networks. Design logical and physical models to create the network documentation required for modern information systems. Focus on the management, performance, scalability and reliability of the central data centers.
Prerequisites: MIS 272, WRI 227.
Pre- or corequisite: MIS 312.
|3-0-3 ||MIS351 ||THRS W || || || || || ||O || || |
|Decision Support Sys |
Use of personal computer application programs for analysis and reporting, problem solving, and decision assistance.
Prerequisite: MIS 102, MIS 311 with grade “C” or better, MATH 361 and MATH 371.
|2-3-3 ||MIS375 ||FRI E || || || || || ||O || ||O |
|Current Topics in IT |
Advanced topics focusing on special interests and newly developed technology in IT. Concentration on a current subject such as client/server architecture, networking, telecommunications, database technology, programming, the Internet, ethics, security and privacy of information.
Prerequisite: Junior standing or instructor consent.
|3-0-3 ||MIS479 || || ||WED W || || || || || || |
|Senior Project I (MGT 445) |
Focuses on project management. Includes best known industry practices, as well as planning, organizing and managing resources to bring about successful completion of specific project goals and objectives. Produces formal proposal for Senior Project.
Prerequisite: At least one programming class with grade "C" or better, all Junior-level courses, BUS 356, MIS 312.
|2-2-3 ||MIS496 ||TUE E || || || || ||O || || || |
|Senior Project II |
Senior project students will plan, develop, and carry through to completion a management information systems project for a client they select. Formal proposal, progress reports and project demonstration/presentation. The instructor serves as the student's consultant.
Prerequisite: MIS496 with grade “C” or better.
|3-0-3 ||MIS497 || ||SAT W || || || || ||O || || |
|Senior Project III |
Senior project students will plan, develop, and carry through to completion a management information systems project for a client they select. Formal proposal, progress reports and project demonstration/ presentation. The instructor serves as the student’s consultant.
Prerequisite: MIS 497 with grade “C” or better.
|3-0-3 ||MIS498 || || ||TUE W || || || || ||O || |
Introduction to the principles and applications of psychology. Topics include scientific methodology, learning, memory and cognitive processes.
|3-0-3 ||PSY201 || || || || || || ||O || || |
|Organizational Behavior |
Psychology applied to business organization and operations as they affect employees, customers, and the community with particular interest on group processes.
Prerequisite: Junior standing or instructor consent.
|3-0-3 ||PSY347 || || || || || ||O ||O ||O ||O |
|Fundamentals of Speech |
Projects in public speaking with emphasis on content, organization, and speaker adjustments to various situations; dynamics of the speakerlistener interaction; and appropriate language usage. Exercises in listening, criticism, logic, support, and ethics.
|2-3-3 ||SPE111 || ||MON W || || || ||CC ||CC ||CC ||CC |
|Small Group & Team Comm |
Instruction and experience in decision making through group processes with objectives of developing competent team leaders and participants. Participation in and evaluation of a variety of group communication exercises.
Prerequisite: SPE 111.
|2-3-3 ||SPE321 || ||TUE W ||TUE E ||TUE W || || ||O || || |
|English Composition I |
Focuses on narrative/descriptive and expository writing. Students write essays, edit their own and others’ work, develop competence in drafting, composing, organizing, and revising a variety of types of essays.
Prerequisite: Writing ability as demonstrated bySAT/ACT score and/or writing sample.
|3-0-3 ||WRI121 ||CC ||CC ||CC ||CC || ||CC ||CC ||CC ||CC |
|English Composition II |
Designed to develop skills in ethical argument, research, and critical thinking. Multi-page papers, including an argumentative research paper, required. Students draft, compose, organize, and revise with focus on audience, effective style, and overall rhetorical effect.
Prerequisite: WRI 121 with grade “C” or better.
|3-0-3 ||WRI122 ||CC ||CC ||CC ||CC || ||CC ||CC ||CC ||CC |
|Technical Writing |
Practice in techniques of gathering, organizing, and presenting technical information. Technical reports derived from realistic situations found in the student's major will be written.
Prerequisite: WRI 122.
Pre- or corequisite: SPE 111.
|3-0-3 ||WRI227 || ||MON E || || || ||O ||O || || |
|Advanced Technical Writing |
Processes involved in technical writing and methods of preparing technical data; offers a variety of writing problems to provide opportunities for the student to develop precision in statement and in graphic presentation.
Prerequisite: WRI 227.
|3-0-3 ||WRI327 ||THRS W || ||MON E || || || ||O ||O || |
|Documentation Development |
Provides students with basic tools for preparing documentation. Course focuses on usability of the documentation and covers planning and scheduling, audience evaluation, use of appropriate examples and illustrations, style, editing technique, organization and research.
Prerequisite: WRI 227.
|3-0-3 ||WRI350 || ||WED E || ||WED W || || || || || |