BUAD 234 - COMMUNICATION FOR BUSINESS - 3 - (3-0-6)
A study of the principles basic to making effective oral and written intercultural presentations in the business setting. The course covers such topics as: face to face presentations; interpersonal communication in the workplace including listening skills and non verbal skills; interviews; individual and team reports as well as ethical written business communication through letters, memos, reports and proposals. The course includes a section on the utilization of presentation software.
BUAD 331 - BUSINESS LAW - 3 - (3-0-6)
A course designed to cover the origin and operation of laws and legal institutions, which includes torts, contracts, sale of goods, product liability, negotiable instructions, ethics and international transactions.
BUAD 334 - BUSINESS ETHICS & RELATIONS - 3 - (3-0-6)
A critical examination of social and ethical issues and problems facing the business community. Students will develop a framework for evaluating information, values, and assumptions to make informed ethical decisions in a global business environment. Case analyses will be used in course.
BUAD 355 - INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS - 3 - (3-0-6)
The course deals with the basic concepts of international business theory and activity. Topics include globalization, differences in political economy and culture, investment, monetary system, entry structures and strategies, materials management and economic integration.
BUAD 499 - BUSINESS RESEARCH METHODS - 3 - (3-0-6)
An introduction to the research process and methods commonly used in business settings. Emphasis is placed on the clear formulation of research questions and hypotheses. A student project provides practical experience in data collection, processing, analysis and reporting of research findings. Prerequisite: MATH 235