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Course Requirements

Business Foundations and Analysis3Business Law I3Accounting Principles I4Accounting Principles II4The Essentials of Business Writing and Presentation3Microeconomics3Macroeconomics3Mathematical Analysis for Business3Elements of Probability and Statistics3Introduction to Business Ethics3Introduction to Communication2 Total Credit Hours:34

Upper Division Core Requirements:

Management Communications3
Principles of Finance3
Principles of Marketing3
Management Information Systems3
Principles of Management3
Business Policy and Strategy3
Management Emphasis
Business Law II3
Real Estate3
Human Resources Development3
Small Business Management3
Organizational Behavior3
Management Seminar3
International Management3
 Total Credit Hours:39

Students must complete the required courses plus MSMU general studies requirements and electives totaling 124 semester units (45 of which must be upper division).

If a student has earned their AA Business Administration degree from MSMU Online, they will need to take these additional courses to earn their BA in Business Management:

General Education Courses:
SPE 10Introduction to Communication2
ART 5Fundamentals of Art3
or
MUS 6MVarieties of Music 
ENG 15Literature and Society3
HIS 1AWestern Civilization3
SPA 1Elementary Spanish I4
SPA 2Elementary Spanish II4
MTH 28Mathematical Analysis for Business3
or
MTH 38Elements of Probability and Statistics 
PHI 16ABPhilosophy Through Popular Culture1.5,1.5
RST 170ABFaith and Human Development1.5,1.5
 Total Additional GE Units28
Business Courses:
BUS 122Management Communications3
BUS 130Principles of Finance3
BUS 177Management Information Systems3
BUS 192Business Policy and Strategy3
BUS 106Business Law II3
BUS 170Real Estate3
BUS 157Human Resources Development3
BUS 176Small Business Management3
BUS 183Management Seminar3
BUS 189International Management3
 Total Additional Units30

Plus 6 elective units to total an additional 64一道本不卡免费高清 units to earn your BA in Business Management.

Course Descriptions

BUS 4 Business Foundations and Analysis (3)
An analytical survey of the principles and skills necessary for accounting, economics, marketing finance, human resources, management, and government policies as they apply to business in the United States and globally. Through the course students develop a framework for analyzing business issues and develop critical thinking skills to solve organizational problems. This course will include an introduction of the case method.

BUS 5 Business Law I (3)
An introduction to the development of legal principles for business activity, as found in common law, statutory laws, and the Uniform Commercial Code. Use of case studies for practical applications. Introduction to legal reasoning and legal writing, concentration on contracts and their use throughout all business negotiations introduction to issues of commercial liability and sales transactions. GS-IIIG

BUS 16A Accounting Principles I (4)
一道本不卡免费高清Course emphasis is on the measurement, valuation and the accumulation of accounting data. Topics include the accounting cycle through financial statements, accounting for merchandise, internal control, notes, bad debts, inventories and accounting for lived tangible and intangible assets. Focus is on the sole proprietorship. Faculty-guided lab experiences are provided for additional reinforcement of course concepts. GS-VIIA

BUS 16B Accounting Principles II (4)
Course emphasis is on the measurement, valuation and the accumulation of accounting data. Topics include accounting for partnerships, corporations bonds, cash flow statements, present value annuities and financial statement analysis. Faculty guided experiences are provided for additional reinforcement of course concepts. Prerequisite: BUS 16A. GS-VIIA

BUS 21 The Essentials of Business Writing and Presentation (3)
一道本不卡免费高清This course develops the writing and communications skills needed for success in business with an emphasis on basic mechanics formatting, and persuasive techniques. The course focuses on practical experience writing business reports, letters, memoranda, executive summaries proposals, and presentations as well as reading comprehension, the cornerstone of clear writing.

BUS 106 Business Law II (3)
Upper level study of business law. Applications to areas of agency, partnerships, corporate law sales, criminal and civil liability, product liability and insurance. Prerequisite: BUS 5.

BUS 122 Management Communications
一道本不卡免费高清This course develops both oral and written business communications skills through the study of communications theory in conjunction with practical communication assignments. Specific content areas include management and decision-making case studies, internal and external written communications, business proposals, group dynamics, interviews and business presentations. Prerequisite: BUS 21.

BUS 130 Principles of Finance (3)
This course is designed to provide students with a broad-based understanding of financial concepts and their applications. The course will explore (a) the financial system: - components institutions, and functions, (b) business finance and management application of financial principles on a micro and macro level, (c) financial policy: the methods and effects of government debt and fiscal policy. Prerequisites: BUS 4 (except for Weekend College) BUS 16A, BUS 16B.

BUS 157 Human Resources Development (3)
This course explores the contributions made by the modern human resource department to the success of business organizations. Particular areas of focus include job analysis, recruitment, training compensation analysis, performance analysis legal issues and workforce diversity. The course content weaves the underlying theories of human behavior in organizations with the practical applications of these theories pertinent for future managers or human resource professionals.

BUS 160 Principles of Marketing (3)
一道本不卡免费高清This course is designed to introduce students to the fundamentals of marketing. Through this course, (a) the foundations of marketing will be explored--product issues, pricing decisions distribution channels and promotional strategies (b) the users of marketing will be identified, (c) the role of marketing in the organization and society will be examined, (d) marketing objectives, tools and resources will be assessed and (e) components of strong marketing strategy will be evaluated. Prerequisite: BUS 4.

BUS 170 Real Estate (3)
Introduction to economics of land ownership and use, fundamentals of ownership, financing appraisal, management and transfer of residential and other real property, including an introduction to real estate investment issues. Prerequisite: BUS 5.

BUS 176 Small Business Management (3)
This course comprehensively covers all activities required for the formation of new enterprises and certain aspects of managing growing organizations. The course explores the new venture creation process: business idea generation and evaluation resource acquisition, customer identification and selling, developing a business plan, organization building, networking, and the technical issues entrepreneurs face in tax, legal, and accounting areas.

BUS 177 Management Information Systems (3)
This course is designed to familiarize the student with the fundamentals of information system development and use--giving students the competitive edge in the workplace of tomorrow. The course explores (a) conceptual foundations, (b) information systems applications, (c) systems technology--processing, software, programming, (d) systems analysis, (e) management and societal issues. Prerequisite: BUS 4.

BUS 183 Management Seminar (3)
This course is an in-depth seminar in areas of management and organization. Primary activities include the exploration of advanced and specialized issues in the field.

BUS 184 Organizational Behavior (3)
一道本不卡免费高清This course brings the insights into human behavior in organizations brought forth by psychology and sociology and centers them on their implications for business organizations. Issues pursued in this course include group dynamics, communications, motivation, leadership and decision making as well as organizational design, culture, development and change. The discipline of organizational behavior is unique in its combined goals of seeking organizational success while advocating employee empowerment.

BUS 185 Principles of Management (3)
一道本不卡免费高清This course discusses the four principal functions of management: planning, organization, leadership and control, including quality control, managing cultural diversity, motivation and other leadership issues, decision making, group communication and organization. Case studies explore these topics within the context of business ethics and corporate responsibility to the community. Prerequisite: BUS 4

BUS 189 International Management (3)
一道本不卡免费高清Application of modern management theory to the administration of international business. The course will study the impact of multi-governmental policies upon the management of international enterprises. Prerequisite: BUS 185. GS-VI

BUS 192 Business Policy and Strategy (3)
This course is the capstone course for business administration majors. It provides an opportunity to integrate previous studies in functional areas--marketing, finance, economics, accounting and management. Organizations are analyzed with respect to the effectiveness and appropriateness of strategies and goals in each of the functional areas and the synergies of the functional areas for achieving optimal results consistent with their respective missions. The major topics covered include (a) competitive analysis, (b) the strategic management process, (c) the role of the chief executive officer, (d) strategy formulation and decision making, and (e) strategy implementation and control. Prerequisites: Lower Division and Upper Division Core Courses.

ECO 1 Microeconomics (3)
An exploration of the economic affairs of industries and the individual business firm. This course introduces the price system, the law of supply and demand and economic analysis of individual markets such as labor or international trade. GS-IIIF

ECO 2 Macroeconomics (3)
一道本不卡免费高清An introductory analysis of the aggregate economic system. This course discusses methods of recording and determining gross national product employment, price stability, fiscal and monetary policy. GS-IIIG

MTH 28 Mathematical Analysis for Business (3)
一道本不卡免费高清Topics in Algebra including solutions of systems of equations & inequalities, exponential and logarithmic functions, linear programming and mathematics of finance. Emphasis is placed on the application of mathematics to problems in business. Prerequisites: Satisfactory score on the Mathematics Placement Examination or completion of MTH 2X. GS-IIIE, VIIB

MTH 38 Elements of Probability and Statistics (3)
一道本不卡免费高清Elementary probability theory, properties of distributions, sampling, estimation, hypothesis testing, correlation. Prerequisite: Satisfactory score on the Mathematics Placement Examination or completion of MTH 2X. GS-IIIE, VIIB

PHI 92 Introduction to Business Ethics (3)
一道本不卡免费高清A case study approach to business ethics and information technology. Using ethical theories we will cover such moral dilemmas as affirmative action, electronic privacy, censorship and the Internet, and business practices (product liability, whistle blowing, honesty, advertising) environmental concerns, global issues, corporate decision-making and responsibility. Effective Fall 2004, students who take this course may not take PHI 21 for GS credit. GS-VB2, VI

SPE 10 Introduction to Communication (2)
Introduction to basic principles of communication theory in both small and large groups together with practice in discussion and speech delivery. GS-IB

Students must complete the required courses plus MSMU general studies requirements and electives totaling 124 semester units (45 of which must be upper division).

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration, Accounting+-