ECON100: Economic Issues and Policies
This course takes a nontechnical approach to basic economics. Applies economic concepts to contemporary issues, problems and policies. Covers both macro and micro topics.
ECON151: Introduction to Microeconomics: Prices and Markets
Introduces supply and demand concepts with basic economic graphs. Examines models of perfect and imperfect competition and the determination of product price and quantities. Covers current microeconomic issues such as the effect of government regulation and environmental problems.
ACCT200: Survey of Accounting
Survey of financial and managerial accounting concepts for the non-business major. Students learn about financial statements for merchandising, manufacturing, and service companies. Topics include: accounting cycle, budgeting, standard costing, contribution margins, cost-volume-profit analysis, and decision making.
ACCT207: Accounting I
An introduction to financial accounting. Topics: the accounting cycle, merchandise accounting, accounting procedures for cash, receivables, payables, inventories, plant and equipment, stocks and bonds.
ECON350: Economics of Entrepreneurship
Analyzes impact of economic environment on behavior and development of new businesses. Reviews economic forces that influence new and developing businesses, including role of public policy. Requires development of a business plan which carefully considers economic factors most relevant to proposed business.
ENTR301: Introductory Entrepreneurship
Introduction to entrepreneurship, focusing on development of the business idea, and communication through a business plan. Specific attention paid to market research and marketing strategy.
ENTR410: Business Venture Competition
Focuses on identification of business opportunities, market research and analysis, development of business model, financial analysis, and creation of a formal business plan.
ENTR411: Special Topics in Entrepreneurship
Examines selected topics of current interest in various areas of entrepreneurship.
BUAD444: Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
Principles of managing a small business and differences in approach between large and small companies. Characteristics of the entrepreneur. Interpersonal and skill relationships in partnerships. The functions of accounting, finance, marketing, personnel and production forecasting for the small business.
ENTR460/ELEG460: High Technology Entrepreneurship
Focuses on critical financial, legal, scientific and engineering issues confronted during initital planning stages of a start-up enterprise. Students work in teams to develop a real world business product offering.
FREC430: Establishing and Managing a Food and Agribusiness Enterprise
Analysis of the necessary factors to consider in initiating a Food and Agribusiness enterprise. Includes strategic marketing concepts, competitive, communication, site, and financial strategies, management structure and legal forms of small businesses, etc. Involves case studies and writing a business plan.
HRIM314: Hospitality Entrepreneurship and Venture Creation
Provides an overview of venture creation in hospitality enterprises from concept development to capital creation. Examines various business structures used in hospitality businesses including franchising and management contracts.
LEAD411: Topics in Leadership Dynamics
Topics relating to aspects of leadership. Themes in leadership dynamics will be explored.