BUS 195A - Foundations Of Mgmt&Entr'ship

Description
Topical coverage of areas in management, based on the interests of the instructor and students. Topics vary from year to year and are announced prior to registration. May be repeated for degree credit if the topics are different. Fall 2018, BUS-195A-01: Foundations of Management and Entrepreneurship (3). Open only to students who have not taken a 200-level business administration course and who are not BSADM, ACCB, or PACC majors. An introduction to the business world, intended to give non-business majors a sense of how a business operates by providing an overview of entrepreneurship, marketing, accounting, leadership, information systems, and finance, while emphasizing the integrated role these functions have in a business. Junkunc. Fall 2018, BUS-195A-02: Foundations of Management and Entrepreneurship (3). Open only to students who have not taken a 200-level business administration course and who are not BSADM, ACCB, or PACC majors. An introduction to the business world, intended to give non-business majors a sense of how a business operates by providing an overview of entrepreneurship, marketing, accounting, leadership, information systems, and finance, while emphasizing the integrated role these functions have in a business. Junkunc. Prerequisites: Open only to non-business administration and accounting majors or to students who have not taken a 200-level business administration course.
Credits
3
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2018
Offered
TuTh
Avg. Class Size
16
Avg. Sections
2