Business Computer Applications

COMP110W is for students with some previous knowledge and exposure to computers. The course covers operating systems and a range of the most common applications in business and industry. It […]

Business Internship

The student will secure a position with a local business for 60 hours to observe, work with and be evaluated by experienced managers. The business competencies to be demonstrated will […]

Business Law

Covers the legal system with regard to business, contracts, sales, commercial paper, agency and employment, partnerships and corporations, risk bearing devices and property.

Management & Teamwork

Provides an active learning environment where management skills of developing self-awareness, managing stress, solving problems creatively, communicating supportively, motivating others, managing conflict and building teams will be explored.  The importance […]

Introduction to Business Logic and Ethics

This course will incorporate logic and problem solving with various business applications to deal with ethical issues. Case problems will be systematically analyzed to better understand the concepts involved in […]

Principles of Microeconomics

An examination of the functional operation of the economy from a unit analysis perspective. Topics covered include perfect and imperfect competition, factors of consumer demand and elasticity, measurement and principles […]

Principles of Macroeconomics

A survey of macroeconomic issues, such as world trade, the role of unions, causes of inflation, the role of productivity, supply and demand, the nature of money, as well as […]

Business Computer Applications

This course is for students with some previous knowledge and exposure to computers and serves as a foundation course for all other computer courses. The focus of the course is […]

Introduction to Business Administration

This course consists of three modules: 1) Entrepreneur: This module will give students an overview of themselves to find a better fit in deciding a business career; 2) Overview of […]

Intermediate Accounting II

This course is a continuation of Intermediate Accounting I with a concentration on investing, financing, and financial reporting.  (Prerequisite:  ACCT222W

Intermediate Accounting I

Intermediate Accounting is built on a “learning system” designed to prepare students for the business world by emphasizing decision making. This course acknowledges the diversity of both student learning styles […]

Managerial Finance and Accounting

This course provides an introduction to accounting and finance in the context of business and business decisions. The student will explore the role of accounting information and finance in the […]