The Department of Business Administration provides students with a range of knowledge, skills, and problem-solving abilities to respond to the need for successful management of business firms, government organizations, and other not-for-profit organizations in a changing transnational environment.
As a graduate of the Department of Business & Information Systems, a student will be able to analyze business issues and make creative, innovative and sound recommendations.
- Accounting (B.S.)
- Business Administration (B.S.)
- Finance (B.S.)
- Management Information Systems (B.S.)
- Organizational Management (B.S.)
SOME COURSES YOU MAY TAKE:
BA 105 : Introduction to Business
Introduction to Business offers an introduction to the principles and practices of business and an overview of the functional areas. (Designed for non-business majors/minors and prospective business teachers).
BA 260 : Business Statistics
This is an introduction to the basic statistical concepts applied to economic and buiness problems. topics include: tabular, graphical, and numerical methods for descriptive statistics; measures of central tendency, dispersion, and association for sets of data; probability; discrete and continuous probability distributions; samplin and sampling distributions; an introduction to confidence intervals. The solution of problems using spreadsheets is integral and mandatory for this course. Prerequisite: MA 101 or a semester high school pre-calculus or trigonometry, or placement test.
BA 385 : International Business
A study of the international business environment, with emphasis on commercial policies and treaties, export/import operations, government regulations affecting international business, internal international business activities, and study of cultural issues. Prerequisites: EC 282, EC 283, and BA 310
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