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College of Business Administration
Business Administration Minor
colleges, excluding the College of Business Administration) — 34-36 credits,
including C-S 101 (or equivalent); ECO 110, 120; ACC 221, 222; MGT 205; MTH 175
(or 207), MTH 145 (or equivalent); MGT 308; MKT 309; FIN 355. Completion of six
of the lower level courses is prerequisite for enrollment in upper level
courses. Grades of “C” or better are required in ECO 110, 120; ACC 221, 222;
230 Cr. 3
Business and Economics Research and Communication
The study of the scientific method as used in business and economics research, beginning with the identification of the problem and culminating in the final report. Analysis of the reliability and validity of data, effectiveness of presentation, and a critical study of the validity of conclusions. Prerequisites: C-S 101 or C-S 103 and 104; MTH 145.
240 Cr. 3
Introduction to International Business
The course serves as an introduction to the field of international business and relates it to both the functional areas of business and to the basic disciplines which define the international environment. Within this frame of reference, the course focuses on the problems and opportunities which arise when firms conduct business abroad.
400 Cr. 1
Foreign Study Tour
This course and accompanying tour will give students an opportunity to gain an in-depth knowledge of a foreign city and/or region. The class will prepare students for international travel in general, and for the experience of visiting selected cities/areas. The specific cities/areas to be visited may vary by semester and by professor. Students are encouraged to meet with prospective professors/leaders early so that the students’ interests will best be served. To be taken concurrently with INS 226. Prerequisite: MGT 308, FIN 355, MKT 309, and permission of instructor. Notes: 1) class is open only to those students participating in the class tour which will generally be for two weeks and commence at the end of the regular semester; 2) students who enroll in the class/tour will be asked to make a non-refundable deposit prior to the beginning of the semester.
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