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2002 Summer - Business

DAY - 6 WK - SESSION 1

BUS-305-S01 Intro to Management   4   8:00AM-10:05AM   MTWTH   Kamm 124   S. Kuznik
This course examines the leadership activities of managers within organizations in various environments.   It also analyzes  the functions of management from a holistic or systems perspective with emphasis on behaviorial interaction and integration to create organizational effectiveness.  Students apply knowledge acquired to successfully meet individual and organizational challenges.

BUS-326-S01 Legal Environ of Org   3   8:00AM-10:05AM   MTTH   Kamm 107   R. Ward
A survey of substantive private law, business associations, labor-management agreements, government regulations, and international law as they affect American business policies, practices and ethics.

BUS-330-S01 Intro to Marketing   3   10:30AM-12:35PM   MTTH   Kamm 107   P. David
Prerequisites: Take ECN-100 or ECN-101
Marketing involves understanding the changing wants of individuals and organizations, the development and distribution of goods and services to meet those wants, and the maintenance of satisfactory customer relationships.  It includes all the activities necessary to get goods and services from the producer to the consumer.  This course gives students an opportunity to participate in analysis of marketing strategies and the evaluation and control of marketing programs.

BUS-342-S01 Corp & Organization Finance   3   10:30AM-12:35PM   MTTH   Kamm 123   R. Ehresman
Prerequisites: Take CSC-121, MTH 136, ECN 100 or ECN 101, BUS 212
A study of the sources and uses of funds within an organization, the returns and risks related to an organizationís working capital and capital budgeting decisions.

BUS-365-S01 Management Science   3   8:00AM-10:05AM   MTTH   Kamm 106   P. David
Prerequisites: Take MTH-136 CSC-121 ECN-279
Analysis of the various quantitative models that are available for formulating and solving accounting, finance, management and marketing problems.  The student will be exposed to the fundamental principles  of operations research as applied to all areas of business decision-making.

EVENING - 8 WK - REDUCED CONTACT HOURS

BUS-211-AE1 Principles of Accounting I   4   6:15PM-8:15PM  MW   Kamm 123   K. Kleppel
Prerequisites: Take MTH-136
An introductory course designed to acquaint students with the principles of accounting theory with emphasis upon the accounting cycle, the accounting equation, and the preparation and interpretation of the primary financial statements as they relate to various business organizations.

BUS-212-AE1 Principles of Accounting II   3   6:15PM-9:15PM   TH   Kamm 123   D. Gunnerson
Prerequisites: Take MTH-136 BUS-211
An introductory course designed to acquaint students with the principles of accounting theory with emphasis upon the accounting cycle, the accounting equation, and the preparation and interpretation of the primary financial statements as they relate to various business organizations.

BUS-212-AEQ Principles of Accounting II   3   6:15PM-9:15PM   T   Beachwood   K. Kleppel
Prerequisites: Take MTH-136 BUS-211
An introductory course designed to acquaint students with the principles of accounting theory with emphasis upon the accounting cycle, the accounting equation, and the preparation and interpretation of the primary financial statements as they relate to various business organizations.

BUS-263-AE1 Internet Law & Ethics   3   6:15PM-9:15PM   TH   Kamm 205   R. Ward         
This course blends practical and theoretical legal analyses with consideration of unethical cyberspace conduct.  Statutory and case law in light of ethical principles are studied and drawn from to establish guidelines for practical managerial policies and procedures.

BUS-305-AE1 Intro to Management   4   6:15PM-8:15PM   W   Kamm 143   M. Martyn
See Day Division for course description.
ONLINE! This course will meet on campus Wednesday, May 22 in Kamm Lab.   Final on Wed. July 10.

BUS-326-AE1 Legal Environ of Organ   3   6:15PM-9:15PM   TH   Kamm 126   S. Kaber
See Day Division for course description.

BUS-328-AE1 Business Law   3   6:15PM-9:15PM   T   Kamm 124   S. Kaber
Prerequisites: Take BUS-326
A study of the law applicable to commercial transactions, property, debtor and creditor relationships, as well as wills and trusts.  Recommended for accounting emphasis.

BUS-338-AE1 Consumer Behavior   3   6:15PM-9:15PM   TH   Kamm 124   R. Loeffler
Prerequisites: Take BUS-330
What makes people do what they do?  What makes people buy? What makes people buy from one company rather than another? This course will look at the nature of the purchase decision process.  Theories, concepts, research methods and findings are all explored and examined for use in marketing management decisions.

BUS-342-AE1 Corp & Organization Finance   3   6:15PM-9:15PM   T   Kamm 204   L. Radulovich  
Prerequisites: Take CSC-121, MTH 136, ECN 100 or ECN 101, BUS 212
See Day Division for course description.

Cancelled BUS-407-AE1 Federal Income Taxation   4   6:15PM-8:15PM   MW   Kamm 216   J. Kadarabek     
Prerequisites: Take BUS 211
A study of the federal income tax law, U.S. Treasury regulations, and IRS revenue rulings and court cases.  A major emphasis of the course will be tax avoidance for the individual through tax planning.  There will   be a detailed study of actual personal federal tax forms and ethics will be stressed.

BUS-410-AE1 Human Resources   3   6:15PM-9:15PM   T   Kamm 205   P. Srikantia
Prerequisites: Take BUS-305
This course broadly covers procurement, development and utilization of an organizationís human resources. Experiential skill-building exercises in manpower planning, selection and placement, interviewing, performance appraisal, etc., are complemented with an extensive bibliography of selected readings.

BUS-411-AE1 Compensation Mgmt   3   6:15PM-9:15PM   TH   Kamm 205   K. Potetz
Prerequisites: Take BUS-305
A study of the principles and procedures for the determination of compensation levels, wage structures, methods ofpayment, and techniques of job evaluation and control.

BUS-451-AE1 Mgmt Strategy & Policy   4   6:15PM-8:15PM   MW   Kamm 205   L. Pickler
PREQ: All other courses required for major in Business.
This is the capstone course of the business major. Students learn to research and formulate top level strategic goals which enable the firm to adapt and grow with its changing environment.  Students also learn how to implement strategic goals by integrating the functions learned in lower level courses.  Real world case examples are used to apply the learnings.

BUS-463-AE1 Sem: Bus. Media: Reg & Ethical Issues  3  6:15-9:15PM  T  Kamm 123  R. Ward

WEEKEND - 8 WK - REDUCED CONTACT HOURS

Cancelled BUS-263-AW1 Sem: Team Building   3   8:00AM-11:00AM   SA   Kamm 124   K. Razi
Issues addressed: team development, roles and decision making processes, obstacles to team work, characteristics of effective teams, and strategies for developing effective teams.  The course is designed to be a laboratory in team building.

BUS-329-AW1 Business Ethics   3   8:00AM-11:00AM   SA   Kamm 205   R. Ward
An examination of moral problems facting organization managers with a view to learning how to integrate ethical thinking with strategic thinking in shaping actions.  Students focus on actual case problems, learning to use various ethical theories as a guide to clear thinking.

BUS-333-AW1 Advertising Mgmt   4   11:15AM-1:15PM   SASU   Kamm 126   J. Janosik
Prerequisites: Take BUS-330
A study of advertising as an integral part of our economic and social systems, examining advertising as a marketing toll which has a direct impact on the manufacture, distribution, marketing and sale of tangible and intangible goods.  Concepts and strategies include target markets, media selection, sales promotions, budgeting and evaluation techniques.  Receive hands on training in developing an advertising campaign.

BUS-365-AW1 Management Science   3   8:00AM-11:00AM   SA   Kamm 123   M. Kopkas
Prerequisites: Take MTH-136 CSC-121 ECN-279
See Day Division for course description.

BUS-417-AW1 Principles of Auditing   4   9:00AM-11:00AM   SASU   Kamm 126   J. Kadarabek    
Prerequisites: Take BUS-322
This course emphasizes auditing concepts and applications that enable students to understand the philosophy and environment in public accounting ethics, auditing standards, opinions on the financial statements.

SUMMER 2002: IMMERSION - 5 DAYS - FULL CONTACT HOURS

BUS-263-XIM Sem: Team Building   3   9:00AM-5:00PM   SASUWSASU   Kamm 107   K. Razi
This course will meet 9:00am-5:00pm on each of the following days:  Saturday-Sunday, July 20-21; Wednesday, July 24 and Saturday-Sunday, July 27-28
Issues addressed: team development, roles and decision-making processes, obstacles to team work, characteristics of effective teams, and strategies for developing effective teams.  The course is designed to be a laboratory in team building.

BUS-410-XIM Human Resources   3   9:00AM-5:00PM   SASUWSASU   Kamm 205   P. Srikantia
Prerequisites: Take BUS-305
This course will meet 9:00am-5:00pm on each of the following days:  Saturday-Sunday, July 20-21; Wednesday, July 24 and Saturday-Sunday, July 27-28
See Evening Division for course description.

BUS-451-XIM Mgmt Strategy & Policy   4   9:00AM-5:00PM   SASUWSASU   Kamm 124   L. Radulovich
This course will meet 9:00am-5:00pm on each of the following days:  Saturday-Sunday, August 3-4; Wednesday, August 7 and Saturday-Sunday, August 10-11
See Evening Division for course description.

BUS-463-XIM Comm Power Skills/Strategy   3   9:00AM-5:00PM   SASUWSASU   Kles 221   V. Jackson
This course will meet 9:00am - 5:00pm on each of the following days:  Saturday-Sunday, August 3-4; Wednesday, August 7 and Saturday-Sunday, August 10-11.
May also take for Speech credit - See SCC-463-XIM for course description.

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