BUS 113 (3-0-3)
This course emphasizes the concepts of mathematics as they apply to a wide-range of personal and commercial business problems. The topics covered include how to dissect and solve word problems; fractions, decimals; banking; percents and their applications; trade and cash discounts; payroll; simple interest; compound interest and present value; installment buying; depreciation; and inventory and overhead.
BUS 118 (3-0-3)
This course uses the touch method in teaching the alphabetic and numeric keys. Emphasis is on formatting, proofreading, and editing techniques using Microsoft Word. Topics include letters, memoranda, reports, and tables. Standard English composition skills are covered in the production of documents.
BUS 121 (3-0-3)
Business Law I
This course focuses on the nature and sources of law pertaining to the legal environment of business, contracts, and commercial transactions.
BUS 123 (3-0-3)
Business Law II
This course focuses on agency and employment law, business organizations, government
regulation and property, and its protection.
PR: BUS 121
BUS 127 (3-0-3)
Business Computer Applications
This course focuses on the role of computer applications in solving complex problems in a complex business environment. This class will provide an applied introduction to Microsoft business-orientated applications including Microsoft Word, Power Point with an emphasis on Microsoft Excel.
BUS 135 (3-0-3)
Advanced Document Formatting
This course provides advanced document formatting using the functions of Microsoft
Word. Word processing commands are applied on a variety of documents such as letters
with mail merge, tables, and reports. The student will also be introduced to legal
forms, graphic enhancements and meeting management. Proofreading, composition and
other language arts skills are integrated and reinforced.
PR: BUS 118
BUS 212 (3-0-3)
This course provides students with principles of effective communication in business,
both written and oral. It focuses attention on the communication process including
effective listening, writing and speaking. Topics include analysis of business letters,
reports, and memos for organization of ideas, conciseness and clarity. The course
also requires writing business letters, memos and messages for electronic media, writing
business reports, and an oral presentation. Writing resumes and applying and interviewing
for employment are also covered in this course.
PR/CR: ENG 123 F,S
BUS 223 (3-0-3)
This course provides the student with the knowledge to gather, process and present
statistical data, construct frequency charts, compute measures of central tendency
and standard and quartile deviations. This latter knowledge is then applied to solving
business problems in sampling, hypothesis testing, regression and correlation, and
PR: MAT 128 F,S
BUS 252 (3-0-3)
Business Plan Development
This course provides aspiring entrepreneurs personalized guidance from successful
business owners and advisors on the critical knowledge and skills necessary to start
and grow a business. Topics include establishing a vision and mission statement, financing,
legal issues, market research, diversity in the workplace, business etiquette, branding,
human resources, payroll, social media, and customer service. A mandatory business
plan will be developed and presented to a panel of judges.
PR: MGT 242
BUS 253 (3-0-3)
Intro Bank Secrecy Act/Money Laundering
This course provides and introduction to the legal framework involving the Bank Secrecy
Act and the role of banks in the United States in combating and preventing money laundering
and terrorist financing. Topics include review and reporting requirements, assessing
risks of services and entities, identification of suspicious activity and associated
sanctions. Course material is contextualized in appropriate business entity legal
frameworks and internal control structures.
PR: BUS 121, ACC 240