All courses must be completed with a C- or higher.
Introduction to the analysis of the economic system, pricing system, monetary system, determination of all national income and employment.
Introduction to the analysis of the economic system. Pricing system, monetary system, determination of all national income and employment.
This course will provide students with a general understanding of financial and managerial accounting as well as individual income tax preparation.
Overview of the accounting discipline. Utilization of accounting information for purposes of financial reporting, management control and decision making, and individual income tax reporting.
Select three of the following:
Explores the relationship of law, government and ethics to business enterprise. Provides overview of legal and ethical issues relevant to business decision-making and planning and the government regulations of business.
PR: Sophomore standing. Overview of business law discipline. Topics include laws and the court system, employment and labor law, business forms and capitalization, business competition law and business ethics.
PR: ACCT 202 with a minimum grade of C-. Introduces essential information systems concepts for managing competitive firms in a global environment. Utilizes the Internet and builds skills in decision-making using spreadsheets, oral communication using presentation graphics, and data management using database software.
PR: ACCT 202 and ECON 202 and (ECON 225 or STAT 211) with a minimum grade of C- or better. Activities of the finance manager in the planning, acquisition, and administration of funds used in a business enterprise.
PR: Sophomore standing. Overview of the finance discipline. Topics include financial statement analysis, risk, capital budgeting, investments, and security markets.
Overview of marketing and the interrelationships between marketing and other business disciplines. Topics include the management of the product, communication, price, and distribution variables as well as introduction to buyer behavior and marketing research.
PR: Sophomore standing. Overview of the marketing discipline. Topics include the management of the product, communication, price and distribution variables as well as an introduction to buyer behavior and marketing research.
The course acquaints students with a variety of supply chain management key concepts, to include purchasing, logistics, competitiveness, location, inventory, forecasting, layout, production and operations management concepts and techniques.
Topics include traditional management functions, employee motivation, leadership, team dynamics, individual and group decision-making, and individual differences. Additional topics include social responsibility and ethics, diversity, organizational structure and design, organizational control, and managing innovation and change.
PR: Sophomore standing. Overview of management discipline as a process involving planning, organizing, controlling and directing. An integrated view of management including organizational behavior is emphasized.
This course first provides a comprehensive survey of the ethical issues challenging professional and corporate conduct in today’s business world.
Total Hours: 15
* This minor is not available to students majoring in business.
** ACCT 201 and ACCT 202 Principles of Accounting may substitute for ACCT 200.
*** ECON 201 Principles of Microeconomics and ECON 202 Principles of Macroeconomics may substitute for ECON 200.
Note: Students may only declare two minors from the John Chambers College of Business and Economics.