Business Management Courses

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Course Descriptions


Business
Management


BMGT 1213 Spreadsheets

This course covers all aspects of Spreadsheet software, from the basics to extensive
coverage of

m
acros and other advanced commands. Classroom curriculum will include
hands
-
on experience
with

each particular concept.


BMGT 1231 Excel Seminar

An introduction to the basic aspects of Microsoft Excel


BMGT 1321 Word Seminar

An introduction to the basic aspects of Microsoft Word


BMGT 1431 Access Seminar

An introduction to the basic aspects of
Microsoft Access


BMGT 1711 PowerPoint Seminar

An introduction to the basic aspects of Microsoft PowerPoint


BMGT 2143 Marketing

Course presents the fundamental principles and functions of marketing; the institution,
processes and

problems involved in
transferring goods from producers to consumers.
Units include communications,

means and methods of marketing and trends in
marketing functions. Field study and conferences are

required with the course.
Traditionally offered in the Spring semester only.


BM
GT 2163 ECommerce/Internet Marketing

Course places emphasis on communications, marketing strategy and trends in
marketing functions of

the Internet. Examples from the Internet will be required.
Traditionally offered in the Spring semester

only
.


BMGT 2233
Human Resource Management

Course presents a study of principles and techniques of management in the
development of personnel.

Topics covered include application of methods of selection,
placement, evaluation, motivation, human

relations, employment laws a
nd fringe
benefits.
Traditionally offered in the Spring semester only.


BMGT 2240 Business Internship

A course that consists of interrelated work between the student and business or industry
in which

students combine classroom theory with on
-
the
-
job
training or observation.




BMGT 2263 Principles of Management

Course presents instruction in principles of management that have general applicability
to all types of

enterprise. Topics covered include basic management philosophy and
decision making, recen
t

concepts in management, principles involved in planning,
organizing, directing and controlling.

Traditionally offered in the Fall semester only.