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Curriculum

BUS 203 Principles of Micro Economics 
Microeconomics deals with the theory of the firm, price determination, and resource allocation.

BUS 205 Financial Accounting
Acquaints students with the language of communicating financial information of a business enterprise to owners and stakeholders. Material to be covered includes the components of financial statements and the development thereof, accounting principles of service and merchandising concerns, and inventory and depreciation methods.

BUS 207 Managerial Accounting
Focuses on developing and utilizing accounting information for planning, control, and managerial decision making. Cost classifications, job costing, process costing, activity-based costing, cost-volume profit analysis, budgeting, variable costing, relevant cost, and the contribution approach to decision making will be covered.

BUS 230 Management Principles
A review of the classical management functions of planning, organizing, directing, and controlling. Provides a systematic analysis of management’s responsibilities in profit and non-profit organizations. The student gains a thorough understanding of what it means to be a manager and the functions and duties of managers within the managerial hierarchy.

BUS 325 International Business 
Topics include importing, exporting, tariffs, the balance of payments, foreign exchange, and the phenomenon of globalization. 

BUS 343 Managerial Finance
A study of finance as a managerial tool; particular emphasis will be given to the time value of money, stock and bond pricing, working capital management and capital budgeting. 

BUS 352 Investments
A study of securities markets, along with their instruments and characteristics. Includes topics in investment theory and analysis. 

BUS 402 or BUS 562* Management of Information Technologies
This course explores business implications of new developments in information technology. The focus of the course is to assist managers in applying technologies to the decision-making process, and determining the questions a firm needs to ask to effectively use information technology. 
Prerequisite: CIS 100

BUS 403 or 566* Managing Business Operations
This course focuses on manufacturing and service operations, logistics, and quality management. This course will cover topics including logistics systems, lean production, and quality management. An applied approach will be taken in this course using analytical techniques to study these issues. Prerequisite: MTH 093 & BBA 308

BUS 404 or 586* The Social and Legal Environment for Managers
This course looks at the application of commercial law to disputes involving businesses, their customers, their employees, and their communities. The course examines making socially responsible and legally permissible management decisions that balance the concerns and sensitivities of all stakeholders. Emphasis is placed on understanding the legal and ethical implications of decisions and utilizing multiple frameworks for decision-making.

BUS 409 Strategic Managerial Analysis
This capstone course requires the application of knowledge, theories, skills and techniques derived from previous coursework and experience. Students will choose an area of special interest in the field of quantitative business analysis and develop an in-depth project that draws upon previous Managerial Analytics coursework, demonstrates the application of critical thinking skills, and utilizes research and communication skills. 

*These courses may be taken for either undergraduate or graduate level credit. If a student registers for the graduate course section, this credit may be applied toward a graduate degree in ECGBPS.

Curriculum is subject to change.