This course is a continuation of BUEN 100 and designed to assist the student in the processes for creating a potentially successful business plan, utilizing business plan software. Each student is expected to identify a feasible idea suited to their needs and interests for a business. The student will apply a design and development process to the idea, produce a solid business plan for implementation, and identify and establish an action plan for acquiring the resources (including funding) needed to implement their business plan.
This course is designed to provide an introduction to the process of turning an idea into a successful start-up business. A primary focus is for the student to explore the potential of being a successful entrepreneur. The course introduces the student to the processes for creating a potentially successful business plan. The student will use entrepreneurial discovery processes, assess opportunities for venture creation, and develop presentation skills to convince others of the potential success to implement the business entity.
This course is a continuation of the experiences of BUAD 200A and BUAD 200B. This is a coordinated work experience for students taking accounting- or business-related programs. To be enrolled in this course, students must be in an accounting- or business-related position providing new career-related experiences in the workplace. Students will meet as a class one hour per week.
This course is a continuation of BUAD 200A. This is a coordinated work experience for students taking accounting- or business-related programs. To be enrolled in this course, students must be in an accounting- or business-related position providing new career-related experiences in the workplace. Students will meet as a class one hour per week.
This cooperative education experience is for students in the Accounting, Business Administration, and Business Management Programs. The course is designed to provide each candidate with the necessary analytical, problem-solving, decision-making, supervisory and/or communication skills to be successful in a business environment. Students will practice the accounting, administrative, and/or supervisory duties in the existing marketplace. Students will meet as a class one hour per week. Topics in the workplace (including career selection and marketing, investing and retirement planning, professionalism and ethical practices) will be the focus of the weekly co-op series.
Analysis of human behavior in organizational settings with the purpose of determining appropriate leadership styles. Emphasis on resolving human dilemmas in the organization. There will be case studies, critical incidents, and role playing. Simulation models are augmented with lecture and cases to maximize student involvement.
The purpose of the course is to present the rights and duties of management in dealing with labor and the economic consequences of union and management policies and practices. The course also deals with administrative activity in terms of human relationships involved.
Through case problems and other learning methods, the student will address the marketing decision-making and planning processes employed by middle and top managers. Using advanced marketing concepts, the student will develop tactics and strategies for satisfying consumer and industrial consumer needs.
A treatment of the processes of consumer motivation, perception and learning, the nature and influence of individual predispositions in relation to the buying processes, exogenous influence, consumer decision-making, and aggregate behavior. Emphasis will be placed on behavior models and quantification methods.
The functions of the marketing mix are analyzed as to how they interact with each other, with other business functions through electronic commerce, and with several components of the business environment. Understanding of these marketing functions is developed through a study of a variety of applied marketing problems, exercises, Internet searches, and business case histories. Lab Fee