Registration for Summer begins on March 17th!
Corporation Finance (FINANCE 301)
The time value of money; valuation of financial securities; allocating capital; an introduction to risk and risky decision making; the financing decision of the firm; financial statement and working capital management; more special topics include mergers and acquisitions, and international finance. Prerequisite: ACCOUNTG 221. This 3 credit course is listed as FINANCE 301.
Fundamentals of Marketing (MARKETNG 301)
Introduction to marketing; survey of topics relevant to comprehensive study of marketing. Emphasis on describing the marketing process and on stressing the implications of these activities for society. This 3 credit course is listed as MARKETNG 301.
Intro to Hospitality and Tourism (HT-MGT 100)
Scope, components, development and future of the hospitality industry. Background on industry structure; overview of specialized areas relating to the management of food service, lodging, and travel operations. This 3 credit course is listed as HT-MGT 100.
Intro. to Operations Management (OIM 301)
An introduction to operations management in manufacturing and service industries. Emphasis on learning the basic principles, using MS EXCEL, required to organize and manage service and manufacturing organizations. Topics may include improved facility layout, project management, supply-chain management, Just-in-Time systems, inventory management, scheduling, and work force management. Discussions of real world applications frequently used to demonstrate concepts. This 3 credit course is listed as OIM 301.
Introduction To Accounting I (ACCOUNTG 221)
Preparation and uses of financial statements of business enterprises; the accounting process of recording, classifying, and interpreting business transactions. Conceptual problems analyzed include accounting for inventories, depreciation, and capital stock. This 3 credit course is listed as ACCOUNTG 221.
Principles of Management (MANAGMNT 301)
Overview of organizational behavior, operations management, and strategy/entrepreneurship. Topics include: Behavioral background of formal organizational life, organizational design, integrating factors in collective behavior, organizational change, systems analysis, techniques of decision making and control, the organization and its environment, and the nature of management theory. Topics grouped in modules of organizational behavior, operations management, and strategy/entrepreneurship. Prerequisite: junior standing. This 3 credit course is listed as MANAGMNT 301.