Dec 04, 2020
BMGT 1020 - Introduction to Business Credits: 3
Hours/Week: Lecture None Lab None
Course Description: This course is a study of contemporary business concepts in the areas of economics, business formation, management, marketing, accounting, finance and the future scope of business. The emphasis of the course includes learning business terminology and understanding applications of concepts in the business world. The perspective includes business interrelationships within the economic, legal, technological, competitive, social, and global environments.
- Trends Affecting Business
- Economic Issues Affecting Business
- World Economic Systems
- Forms of Ownership
- Entrepreneuring and Franchising
- Small Business Management
- Management and Leadership
- Organizing a Business
- Production and Operations Management
- Human Resource Management
- Marketing Fundamentals
- Product Development and Pricing
- Accounting Fundamentals
- Financial Management
- Stocks and Bonds
- Money and Financial Institutions
- Risk Management
- Legal, Ethical, and Socially Responsible Management
- International Business
At the end of this course students will be able to:
- define basic business terminology.
- describe business activities related to business formation, marketing, management and finance.
- analyze business opportunities and constraints in the contexts of social, economic, legal, technological, competitive and global environments.
- critique business literature.
- discuss various specialty areas: accounting, management, marketing, and office technology.
- explore career opportunities in business.
Competency 1 (1-6)
Competency 2 (7-10)
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