Business Administration (BUAD)
BUAD 1101 Intro to Business Admin 1 SCH (1)
An overview of the American business sector with emphasis on social responsibility and ethical behavior. A discussion of the skills and personal characteristics which contribute to the success of individuals pursuing a career in the professional administration of business enterprise.
BUAD 1105 Intro to the World of Business 1 SCH (1)
This course introduces students to the business environment and the operation of businesses within that environment.
BUAD 1115 Intro to Business Software 1 SCH (1)
Introductory course providing skill development, performance, and application of basic information processing software (i.e., Excel) used in business. Covered areas include graphs and charts, advanced functions and analytical tools, linking of worksheets and workbooks, importing and manipulating data, and macros.
BUAD 2341 Business Law 3 SCH (3)
Historical background and role of law in business and society; general principles of the law of contracts, personal property, secured transactions, sales and commercial paper; the Uniform Commercial Code as adopted in Texas and other applicable Texas statutes. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing.
BUAD 2374 International Business 3 SCH (3)
Introduction to various facets of international business including theories of international trade, monetary systems, environmental forces and the organizational environment.
BUAD 3355 Business Statistics 3 SCH (3)
Statistical methods as applied to business and economic problem analysis: descriptive statistics, sampling, probability, statistical inference, regression analysis, correlation analysis, time series and index numbers. Prerequisite: MATH 1314. An electronic calculator (minimum four functions) is required.
BUAD 4344 International Business Law 3 SCH (3)
Major business law topics and issues involved in international business transactions. Exporting-importing, licensing and direct foreign investment. Risks of international business trade including language, culture, currency, legal and political barriers. Prerequisite: BUAD 2341.