Business Administration (BUAD)
BUAD 5102 Diversity in the Workplace 1 SCH (1-0)
Develop an awareness and sensitivity to issues of race, religion, culture, age, gender, sexual orientation, and disabilities in the work place, and become aware of ethical and legal issues related to diversity.
BUAD 5103 Business & Professional Ethics 1 SCH (1-0)
The issues, challenges, and opportunities business leaders face in managing employee ethical behavior as they carry out their professional responsibilities and communicate with customers. The understanding of how to cope with conflicts between personal values and those of the organization is important in ethical decision making.
BUAD 5201 Advanced Business Writing 2 SCH (2-0)
Organization and preparations of reports of the type used in business, including proposals, informal and formal reports. Techniques of collecting, interpreting and presenting information useful to management to include the use of technology and the web for increasing productivity and enhancing the report content and image.
BUAD 5204 Managerial Business Statistics 2 SCH (2-0)
Statistical methods as applied to business and economic problem analysis; descriptive statistics, sampling, probablity, statistical inference, regression analysis, correlation analysis, time series and index numbers.
BUAD 5247 Global Business 2 SCH (2-0)
Major business law topics and issues involved in international business transactions. Global topics discussed include areas in business, management, politics, law, and culture and ethics.
BUAD 5300 MBA Foundations I 3 SCH (3-0)
This course is designed to provide students with a foundation of basic Financial Accounting and Economics. The Financial Accounting section will equip students with the fundamentals of Accounting, leading to financial statement preparation and interpretation. The Economics section will provide students with fundamental principles of micro and macro analysis that can be used to analyze firm behavior and the economy.
BUAD 5301 MBA Foundations II 3 SCH (3-0)
This course is designed to provide students with a foundation of basic Managerial Accounting and Finance. The Managerial Accounting section will provide students with knowledge regarding manufacturing costs and how to track them, budgeting and cost control. The Finance section will equip students with the necessary analytical skills and knowledge that are essential in practice. Emphases will be given on Financial Statement Analysis, TVM, Valuations, and Capital budgeting decision.