BUSINESS ELECTIVE (BUS)

BUS-101 ELEMENTS OF BUSINESS (3 Credits)

An overview of the elements of business which exposes students to the major disciplines within business such as accounting, finance, marketing, production/operations, and human resources/ Topics treated include the role of business in society, economics, globalization, techonology, law as it affects business, trends in management practices, and leadership. This class will provide a framework for all other coursework in the school of business.

Restrictions: RG.<19

BUS-199 SPECIAL TOPICS IN BUSINESS (3 Credits)

This is a well-defined course of study targeting lower division students in a discussion of business topics that go beyond regular course

BUS-299 SPECIAL TOPICS IN BUSINESS (3 Credits)

A well-defined course of study targeting lower division students that discusses business topics that go beyond the regular course offering.

BUS-299A SP TOP: INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS (3 Credits)

A well-defined course of study targeting lower division students that discusses business topics that go beyond the regular course offering.