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Business Matters: An Introduction to Business
3 credit hours
This course provides a basic overview of the business world and teaches students the how and why of the various functions of business. Topics include the principles and practices of contemporary business, such as: environmental scanning, globalization, entrepreneurship, marketing practices for product and/or service promotion, human resource policies, management and employee motivation practices, etc. After an introductory description on the goals of business, how ethics and social responsibility relate to shareholder value, and economic impacts, students will be introduced to various types of business ownership's and non-profit corporation operational procedures. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate an understanding of the basic business concepts as a foundation for studying other business subjects. Should be taken freshman year. Not required for upper division transfer students.
Achieving Career Excellence
1 credit hour
This course provides a basis overview on ways to achieve career excellence in business. The course teaches students to research, reflect, and determine their best career options. They learn how to set their expectations, and work to reach them. A framework is provided to prepare them for the various stages of this process. The course focuses on preparations for a job search, strategies during the search process, and starting their new employment. Students are taught strategies and best practices for managing their career after graduation.