Back to Top

Course Offerings

9 credit hours of approved upper-division Management elective credits must be taken, as well as 6 approved upper-division Business electives. A total of 120 credits must be complete to obtain your B.S.B.A degree. See table below.

*Courses can be taken through Independent Study

Refer to the Academic Planning Sheet for more information.

Course #

Course Title

Credits

Terms Offered

BUSAD 101

Business Careers and Opportunities

1

FALL B

CIS 100

Introduction to Word and Windows

1

FALL A, SPRING A, SUMMER A

CIS 103

PowerPoint and Web Publishing

1

FALL A, SPRING A, SUMMER A

CIS 104

Excel Spreadsheets

1

FALL B, SPRING B, SUMMER A

*ECON 201

*Principles of Macroeconomics

3

FALL A, SPRING A, SUMMER B

*MGMT 201

*Principles of Management

3

FALL B, SPRING A

ACCTG 201

Financial Accounting

3

SPRING A

ACCTG 202

Managerial Accounting

3

SPRING B

*ECON 202

*Principles of Microeconomics

3

FALL B, SPRING B, SUMMER B

MATH 220

Quantitative Analysis for Business

4

NEED DEVELOPED

*BUSAD 265

*Inferential Statistics and Problem Solving

3

FALL B, SPRING A, SUMMER A

*BUSAD 270

*Business Communications

3

FALL A, FALL B, SPRING A, SUMMER A

*MGMT 301

*Organizational Behavior

3

FALL B, SPRING A, SPRING B, SUMMER B,

*BUSAD 302

*Ethics in Business

3

FALL B, SPRING B

*MGMT 311

*Operations and Quality Management

3

FALL A, SPRING B, SUMMER B

*MGMT 318

*Human Resource Management

3

INDEPENDENT STUDY

*FIN 330

*Principles of Finance

3

FALL B, SPRING B

*MKTG 340

*Principles of Marketing

3

FALL B, SPRING B

*BUSAD 360

*Advanced Business Statistics

3

FALL A, SPRING A, SPRING B

*CIS 365

*Management Information Systems

3

INDEPENDENT STUDY

MGMT 475

International Management

3

IN DEVELOPMENT

*MGMT 485

*Strategic Management

3

INDEPENDENT STUDY

BUSAD 493

Business Seminar

1

IN DEVELOPMENT

Course Descriptions

  •  

    ACCTG 201: Principles of Financial Accounting

    Introduction to accounting as the language of business. Emphasis on reasoning and logic of external reporting model. May include computer-based applications. Prerequisite: MATH 109 or MATH 121 or MATH 156 or BUSAD 265.

  •  

    CIS 100: Introduction to Word and Windows

    Managerial uses of accounting information, including cost based, decision making, differential accounting, and responsibility accounting. May include computer-based applications. Prerequisite: ACCTG 201

  •  

    BUSAD 101: Business-Careers and Opportunities

    Introduction to the world of business that will provide insights on careers, business disciplines, and the world of business.

  •  

    BUSAD 265: Inferential Statistics and Problem Solving

    Statistical methods in business, sampling, parameter estimation, hypothesis testing, correlation, multiple regression and chi square tests. Use of problem solving methods. Prerequisite: MATH 121.

  •  

    BUSAD 270: Business Communications

    Means of extending management capabilities through effective internal and external communications, including data organization and presentation. Prerequisite: ENG 101 and 102.

  •  

    BUSAD 302: Ethics in Business

    Examination of issues addressing ethical, legal, social and environmental responsibilities of businesses toward government, customers, employees, and the general public. Prerequisite: BUSAD 270.

  •  

    BUSAD 360: Advanced Business Statistics

    Development of advanced statistical techniques to support business decision-making. Topics include advanced multiple regression analysis, analysis of variance and nonparametric techniques. Prerequisite: BUSAD 265.

  •  

    BUSAD 493: Senior Seminar

    Designed to help majors draw connections among the business disciplines. The course provides an in-depth examination of contemporary issues in the business environment. Prerequisite: senior standing.

  •  

    CIS 100: Introduction to Word and Windows

    A competency-based course, topics include file management, formatting, fonts, editing, reports, footnotes, desktop publishing, clip art, styles, outlines, tables, and mail merge.

  •  

    CIS 103: PowerPoint and Web Publishing

    An introduction to PowerPoint and FrontPage. Includes presentation templates, charts, object embedding, slide shows, Internet search methods, web page design, web site creation, and publishing.

  •  

    CIS 104: Excel Spreadsheets

    Includes worksheet design, text and formula manipulation, charts, lists, pivot tables, ranges, lookup tables, data analysis, functions, and macros.

  •  

    CIS 365: Management Information Systems

    Introduction to application and management of IT in functional business areas (marketing, finance, accounting, etc.). Includes IT strategy, business intelligence, e-commerce, and enterprise information systems. Prerequisite: CIS 103, CIS 104, and MGMT 201. 

  •  

    ECON 201: Principles of Macroeconomics

    Applications oriented approach to understanding the economy including monetary policy, deficits and surpluses, international issues; fundamental differences between liberal and conservative economic policies.

  •  

    ECON 202: Principles of Microeconomics

    Illustrates how firms make price, wage, and profit-maximizing decisions. Other topics include market performance, market failure, environmental issues and government intervention.

  •  

    FIN 330: Principles of Finance

    Principles of finance involved in problems confronting business organizations. Prerequisite: ACCTG 201, ECON 201, ECON 202, BUSAD 265 or MATH 156.

  •  

    MATH 220: Quantitative Analysis for Business

    An introduction to quantitative methods required for business studies, includes linear programming, probability and statistics. Prerequisite: satisfactory placement exam score or MATH 121 or equivalent.

  •  

    MGMT 201: Principles of Management

    Managerial process of planning, organizing, leading, decision making, and controlling. Modern management techniques will be emphasized.

  •  

    MGMT 301: Organizational Behavior

    Team-work, individual and group behavior, motivation, work design, communication, decision-making, leadership, and organizational culture. Prerequisite: MGMT 201.

  •  

    MGMT 311: Operations and Quality Management

    Managerial perspective of the operations and quality functions, use of analytical tools to solve operations and quality problems. Prerequisite: BUSAD 265 or MATH 156

  •  

    MGMT 318: Human Resource Management

    An examination of the human resource functions of planning, selection and recruitment, compensation, training and development, employee and labor relations, and safety and health. Prerequisite: MGMT 201.

  •  

    MGMT 475: International Management

    An analysis of management opportunities and challenges in the global environment and the evaluation and formulation of strategies of firms operating and expanding internationally. Prerequisite: FIN 330, MGMT 301 and MKTG 340.

  •  

    MGMT 485: Strategic Management

    Integration of the business core disciplines to explore ways that strategy is formed in contemporary business organizations. Case method used extensively. Prerequisite: BUSAD 360, FIN 330, MGMT 301, MGMT 311, and MKTG 340.

  •  

    MKTG 340: Principles of Marketing

    Analytical survey of problems encountered in distributing goods and services from a marketing-management approach with emphasis on the role of the consumer and the social responsibility of the marketer.

residence halls during sunset

Summer is Here.

Earn a $500 scholarship by enrolling in nine summer credits. Summer semester is a unique opportunity for our students and the perfect time to make progress in your degree.

Loading...

Request More Information

Hasan School of Business

Back to Top