Students who choose to partake in the study of Business Administration as a minor will be taught the basic concepts and essential topics needed to understand and participate in the field of business.
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Explore the fundamentals of accounting, including theory and practice, in this course which covers the accounting cycle, reporting, and analyzing business transactions for receivables, inventory, and assets.
An introduction to the management functions of planning, decision-making, organizing, leadership and controlling. An understanding of the basic tasks of a manager in establishing the work environment, setting strategy, allocating resources in all types, sizes and levels of organization. Students will gain an understanding of the changing environment of managers and management practice in a dynamic global environment.
This course provides a decision-oriented overview of marketing management in modern organizations. We will study the process of creating and distributing goods and services, in response to consumer wants and needs. Forecasting, target markets, consumer behavior, product mix, pricing, channels of distribution, selling, and market control will be focused on. The total marketing function will be reviewed including internal and external influencers and how they affect the achievement of organizational goals.