Business

Degrees and Certificates

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BUSI 110 : Fundamentals of Business Communication

The course is designed to study principles, elements, and practices underlying effective business communication. The course focuses on approaches for planning, creating, and transmitting business information within a variety of business situations found in the global marketplace.

Credits

3

Prerequisites

(LIBR 150 may be taken concurrently).

BUSI 200 : Business Statistics

In this course learners will focus on statistical techniques for further study in business, economics, and finance. Learners will examine various quantitative techniques common to many introductory statistics courses are covered, but the emphasis is on understanding concepts such as uncertainty, inferences from sample data, and model formulation, and on utilizing these techniques as aids in decision-making. Learners will also on topics that given specific attention in the course include descriptive statistics, probability, binomial distribution, index numbers, discrete and continuous random variables, estimation, hypothesis testing, regression analysis confidence interval. Learners also explore selected statistics to solve management problems. This course is intended for learners in the Business majors.

Credits

3

Prerequisites

Appropriate ACT/SAT Scores or MATH Placement Test.

BUSI 302 : Business Law

In this course, learners will gain familiarity of the judicial system and the nature and sources of law affecting business. Examines legal aspects of property proprietorship, structures of business ownership, and agency relationships. Learners will be introduced and explore various aspects of contracts, sales contracts  with an emphasis on Uniform Commercial Code Applications, remedies for breach of contract, criminal and tort liabilities (This course is cross-listed with PALE 302).

Credits

3

Prerequisites