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2015-2016 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Business Management Technology, AAB


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Management is the ability and skill to develop a plan, to organize people and other resources, and to guide and motivate others to achieve some desired result. All organizations are trying to achieve some goal; therefore, all organizations need people with managerial knowledge and skills to help them accomplish their goals. For this reason, there are many diverse job opportunities available to people who possess management knowledge and skills.

Whether you’re just entering the job market or returning to college to improve your job opportunities, the business management program includes courses that will help you gain the knowledge and skills you need to analyze an organization’s problems and to develop, organize, communicate, and implement solutions to those problems. Much of this knowledge and many of these skills are universal—they apply to all kinds of organizations at many levels. When you complete the program you are equipped to begin your career in various entry-level supervisory, administrative, management trainee, or sales positions.

Some business management courses are offered only in the evening and some are offered only once per year. Consult your advisor when scheduling. 


Suggested Course Sequence


First Year Fall Term

·         ENGL 1101      DISCOURSE AND COMPOSITION (A)  OR

          ENGL 1102      DISCOURSE AND COMPOSITION (B)

·         BUIS  1010      COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

·         BUMG 2350     PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT

.         GEN ELEC      MATH1200 RECOMMENDED (DEPENDING ON PLACEMENT)

·         SOCI  1101      INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY  OR

          SOSC 1110      FOUNDATIONS OF SOCIOLOGY

    TOTAL CREDIT HOURS: 15 – 17 


First Year Spring Term

·         ENGL 1105      COMPOSITION AND ARGUMENTATION

·         ECON 2201      PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS

.         MATH XXXX       MATH1200, MATH1700, MATH1800 OR MATH1900

.         BUMG2900      PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATIONS

·         BUOA 1150     SPREADSHEET APPLICATIONS  OR

          BUOA 1170      DATABASE APPLICATIONS  OR

          BUOA 1140      WORD PROCESSING  OR

          BUIS  2100       INTRO TO INFORMATION SYSTEMS

    TOTAL CREDIT HOURS: 15-17


Second Year Fall Term

·         BUAC 2010      INTRO TO FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING  OR

          BUAC 1010      ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES I

·         BUMG 2100     MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS  OR

          BUMG 3100     MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES

.         MATH XXXX       MATH1200, MATH1700, MATH1800 OR MATH1900

·         BUMK 2100     MARKETING CONCEPTS OR

          BUMK 3100     MARKETING PRINCIPLES

·         BUXX 2XXX      BUSINESS ELECTIVE 2000 OR HIGHER 

    TOTAL CREDIT HOURS: 16-18


Second Year Spring Term

 

·         BUAC 2030      INTRO TO MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING  OR

          BUAC 1020      ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES 2

·         BUFI   2450      PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE  OR

          BUFI   3450      MANAGEMENT FINANCE (RECOMMENDED)

·         ECON 2202      PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS

·         BULW 2700      LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS

·         BUMG 2850      ENTERPRISE MANAGEMENT & STRATEGY 

    TOTAL CREDIT HOURS: 16


Total Credit Hours Required - 62 


 

Business Management Requirements


BUOA ELECTIVE


CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:

  • BUOA 1150  SPREADSHEET APPLICATIONS
  • BUOA 1170  DATABASE APPLICATIONS
  • BUOA 1140 WORD PROCESSING
  • BUIS 2100   INTRO TO INFORMATION SYSTEMS

BUSINESS Elective


Choose 1 course from the BU** electives.  Please note that the course must be at least a 2*** level course.

  • BU**2***
  • BU**3***
  • BU**4***

General Education Program


Please see the General Education Program Requirements by Content Category , or see your advisor regarding appropriate GEP courses.

Mathematics Requirement


Choose 2 MATH course from the following:

MATH 1200, or MATH 1700 or MATH 1800 or MATH 1900.

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