Undergraduate Info Technology and Busines Ed
2014 Fall Term
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CONCEPTS OF BUSINESS
Info Technology and Busines Ed 141
Introduction to the organization and operation of the business enterprise system in the American economic system and in a global economy; surveying management, marketing, production, accounting, finance, administrative support, and risk management; career exploration for those in the process of selecting a career; utilizes microcomputer in quantifying business decisions. This course is open to all who have not completed or are currently enrolled in three or more courses from the business and economics area.
Info Technology and Busines Ed 353
Instruction in and application of the principles and practices of communication used in business and the professions. This includes the writing of short and long reports, letters, and memos as well as the sending and receiving of oral and nonverbal messages-special attention is given to oral presentations. Basic language skills are emphasized.
BUSINESS COMMUNICATION ISSUES AND PRACTICES
Info Technology and Busines Ed 356
An in depth analysis of business communication issues and practices as they occur in today's business environment. Special emphasis is given to development of business writing and presentation skills including technologies and human factors affecting the business climate as they apply to business decision making, report writing, and communication systems.
Info Technology and Busines Ed 388
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. Also included are the various types of correspondence necessary in the job search.