BUSN 102 • Business Math and Computer Applications (3 units)

This course introduces students to math concepts and computer applications that will be used throughout their business course work. Math Concepts taught in the course are intended to prepare students for BUSN 102. Computer Applications will be learned through completion of projects using word processing, spreadsheets, database, and presentation software applications.

BUSN 114 • Introduction to Business (3 units)

A basic survey of the scope, function, and organization of modern business.

BUSN/SOCS 215 • Principles of Economics I (Macro) (3 units)

Prerequisite: BUSN 165C or MATH 145C, 265C or college algebra. An introduction to the principles of economic analysis, economic institutions, and issues of public policy.

BUSN/SOCS 216 • Principles of Economics II (Micro) (3 units)

Prerequisite: BUSN 165C or MATH 145C, 265C or college algebra. An introduction to the economics of private enterprise and resource allocation, including demand, supply, and elasticity; cost of production; price and output determination under various market structures; and pricing and employment resources.

BUSN 291, 292, 293 • Special Topic (1, 2, 3 units)

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor and Chair may be required. Study of a special topic in business. May be required for credit provided topics are dissimilar.

BUSN 316 • Legal Aspects of the Business Process (3 units)

An examination of law and its development, courts and procedures, and basic legal principles as they relate primarily to business ethics, business crimes, product and service liability, warranty, business organization and operation, insurance, and property.

BUSN 317 • Legal and Ethical Environment of Business (3 units)

Explores the historical, philosophical, and religious bases of legal systems, the ethical posture of law as related to the moral dimensions of an economic complex, and the policies and implementation procedures of federal, state, and local regulatory bodies.

BUSN 344 • Business Communications (3 units)

Prerequisite: ENGL 120C. Analysis of the various functions necessary for successful communication in the business office. Emphasis will be placed upon: interpersonal communications, business letters and memos, proposal and report preparation, case study presentations, and other frequently encountered instruments and processes.

BUSN 430 • Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) (3 units)

Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor. An experiential learning course that gives students practical experience in setting up business-related educational programs that serve the community. Students develop project concepts and proposals, as well as manage the implementation of approved plans. Budgets are established and managed. Results are evaluated and presented. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 units applicable toward graduation.

BUSN 435 • Business Ethics (3 units)

Prerequisites: MNGT 325 or MNGT 346 recommended. Presumes that humans are moral beings facing a variety of moral decisions on a daily basis. Therefore, business, like all social activities, can and does function ethically when moral prerequisites are fulfilled. The course examines the subject from Judeo-Christian ethics paradigm perspective, using cases to study the phenomenon in the business environment.

BUSN 450 • Business Intern Program (1-3 units)

Prerequisite: Open to juniors and seniors. This course may be taken for a maximum of 3 units in one semester. A maximum of six combined units credit for BUSN 450 and BUSN 451 apply to graduation. This course is designed with the purpose of promoting early entry into the workplace for the student through part-time employment. This course requires actual work experience be sought in a business firm providing an opportunity to integrate classroom teaching in practical application under the direct supervision of the assigned instructor.

BUSN 451 • Business Teaching Intern (1-3 units)

Prerequisites: Open to juniors and seniors. Approval of the Dean of the School of Business and Management. This course may be taken for a maximum of 3 units in one semester. A maximum of six combined units credit for BUSN 450 and BUSN 451 apply to graduation. Assists instructor in preparing coursework, study sessions, and/or planning division events. Regular hours each week for classes, meetings, assistance to instructors.

BUSN/INTB 452 • Summer Study Tours (1-8 units)

Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor. Occasional summer trips to international sites. Will include some coursework along with travel and tour. Units are computed according to the duration of the tour and the hours of instruction, one unit per week of travel.

BUSN/INTB 455C • Business Policy and Strategy (4 units)

Prerequisites: All major requirements. Designed to allow the business major the opportunity of integrating the knowledge obtained from accounting, economics, finance, marketing, and organizational and personnel management into coherent analytic skills on case studies approximating real world business situations. This course fulfills the Core Curriculum Capstone requirement for School of Business and Management majors.

BUSN 470 • Special Topics (1-3 units)

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor and Chair may be required. Study of a special topic in business. May be required for credit provided topics are dissimilar.

BUSN 480 • Individual Studies (1-3 units)

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor and Chair may be required. May be repeated for credit provided topics are dissimilar.

BUSN 490 • Seminar (1-3 units)

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor and Chair may be required. Mutual investigation of one topic in business of particular relevance to upper division majors. May be repeated for credit provided topics are dissimilar.