Kenneth W. Monfort College of Business
Department of Accounting and Computer Information Systems
Department of Finance
Department of Management
Department of Marketing
For non-business majors. Understand how the American business system works and compare it with business systems in other nations. Discuss how business functions and the impact of current events.
Course will introduce the student to the cultural, historical, and philosophical thought surrounding the issues of business throughout the ages. (LAC, gtP)
(Laboratory arranged) Prerequisite: ENG 122. Composition course emphasizing planning, organizing, and presenting written business communications for decision making. Use of computer software programs integrated in the writing of business correspondence and reports. (LAC, gtP)
Non-technical introduction to global business operations and planning, including investment issues, comparative management, technology impact, competition, cultural diversity and legal issues. (LAC)
Consent of Instructor. Business majors only. Active engagement in professional activities related to field of study. Course will provide problemsolving and independent decision making opportunities. S/U graded.
Consent of instructor. This course consists of a minimum of four weeks of study or academic/business experience that provides the student with significant observation of and/or interaction with business/management in a different culture.
Prerequisites: Consent of instructor. Juniors or above. This seminar course is designed to provide students an in-depth understanding of the cultural values and norms of Europe and how they translate into various business practices.
Consent of instructor. A seminar for junior and senior majors and minors, taught by business executives, integrating practical experience into the theoretical curriculum. Topic varies per expertise of Executive Professor. S/U or letter graded. Repeatable, under different subtitles.
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