Undergraduate Bus & Econ Interdepartmental
2015 Fall Term
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BUSINESS AND SOCIETY
Bus & Econ Interdepartmental 101
An introductory business course intended to introduce all business majors to the business professions and the global societal issues that surround business.Curriculum focuses on the College's mission statement of building professional leadership through cultural and diversity awareness, ethical responsiveness, innovative problem solving, and critical thinking.
INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
Bus & Econ Interdepartmental 200
This interdisciplinary course addresses current theory and practice on conducting business in international markets. Topics in culture and communication and the business functions in an international environment will be addressed at an introductory level. This course meets the College of Business & Economics' international requirement.
INTRODUCTION TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Bus & Econ Interdepartmental 201
The course focuses on introducing students to the world of entrepreneurship. Students will apply general business concepts to the wide range of challenges facing entrepreneurs. Through experiential learning opportunities, students will apply what they learned to develop a basic plan for a startup business and our new product opportunity.
Bus & Econ Interdepartmental 288
Offered on a satisfactory/no credit basis only. A presentation of techniques of self-analysis in preparation for the job search. The job search includes resume, cover letter, and interview preparation.
Bus & Econ Interdepartmental 290
This course will assist students in transitioning from academic writing to business writing. The course will teach students to effectively analyze communication situations and write business documents that are clear, complete, concise, and courteous. Business grammar, writing mechanics, and document format will be covered.
APPLIED BUSINESS BASICS
Bus & Econ Interdepartmental 293
The purpose of this course is to acquire skills and knowledge relating personal values to customer service, personal empowerment, problem-solving, effective communication, teamwork, time management, cultural sensitivity, and career planning. The Disney Theme Parks and Resorts offer students a learning laboratory where they can live, learn and earn while taking courses and completing assignments related to their work experience.
Bus & Econ Interdepartmental 296
Variable topics. Group activity. Not offered regularly in the curriculum but offered on topics selected on the basis of timeliness, need, and interest, and generally in the format of regularly scheduled Catalog offerings. Repeatable for a maximum of 6 credits in major/degree. Consent of instructor required.
HEALTH SERVICES SYSTEMS
Bus & Econ Interdepartmental 305
Healthcare Systems is an overview of the U.S. healthcare system. Emphasis is placed on the function and structure of the system in both the private and public sectors. Federal regulations, e.g. the Affordable Care Act, and the vocabulary necessary to understanding the operation of healthcare system are addressed.
GROWING ENTREPRENEURIAL AND FAMILY BUSINESSES
Bus & Econ Interdepartmental 321
This course investigates key issues and competencies needed for starting, growing, managing, and transitioning small and family businesses. Attention is given to a wide range of functional competencies, including marketing, management and human resources, accounting, finance, business law, and technology required for developing strategic and tactical plans. Students taking the course will develop a complete strategic plan for operating a small and/or family business.
Bus & Econ Interdepartmental 497