Finite Mathematics & Linear Modeling
MA-120 - Finite Mathematics & Linear Modeling
This course introduces students to topics in mathematics, which challenge their skills of analysis and logical thinking. Topics include critical thinking, sets, logic, and linear modeling.
MG-112 - Business Ethics
This in-depth course examines the origins, principles, and practices of business ethics within the workplace. Students examine, analyze and discuss ethical issues concerning consumerism, civil rights, ecology, technological change and social responsibilities from a moral and philosophical perspective. Topics include contemporary conceptual framework for business ethics, the corporation in society, business in its diverse moral contexts, marketplace and workplace issues and the moral manager.
Business Ethics in Sports
MG-227 Business Ethics in Sports
This course is designed to provide an overview of ethical dilemmas faced by today's businesses, as well as, college and professional athletics. Through case analysis, multi- media, and discussion, the class takes a thorough review of financial trends, academic recruitment violations, legislation and reform affecting sport and the economy.
(Intro to) Human Resource Management
MG-211 (Intro to) Human Resource Management
Students examine essential concepts and techniques for the effective management of human resources in the organization. Topics covered include human resource planning, job analysis compensation and benefits, performance appraisals, motivation, quality of work life and career development.
MK-101 Marketing Foundations
This introductory course examines marketing functions and policies, consumer exchange behavior, product and product development, product life cycle, distribution channels, exporting and trade movement, standardization and grading, pricing principles, policies, and practices, government regulation, sales promotion, and management principles and practices.
Social Media Marketing
MK-110 Social Media Marketing
This course is designed to provide students with the fundamental tools for implementing a social networking marketing plan. It examines new channels of marketing, advertising, and communication that make up social media marketing and explores current examples and future opportunities in how marketing professionals can embrace online social networks, user-generated content and content sharing, blogs, podcasts, wikis, and Twitter, to create brand awareness.
(Principles of) General Biology
SC-112 (Principles of) General Biology
This course is an introduction to the general principles of biology. It explores the fundamental characteristics of living matter from the molecular level to the ecological community with emphasis on general biological principles. The course provides an introduction to the diversity of living organisms, their structure, function, and evolution. It presents a study of human genetics, development, and anatomy and physiology that enables students to relate to the chemical activities of the cell to the overall function of the human being. The course presents information that will enable the student to understand and recognize the evolutionary and environmental relationships that exist among all organisms. Topics include organization of the human body, metabolism and energy, behavior, genetics, evolution, animal behavior, and ecology. This course is designed for non-science majors.