The Undergraduate Certificate in Business Administration introduces students to the fundamental concepts of business, including: economics, marketing, accounting, finance, law, management, and business communication. The certificate emphasizes practical business skills that can be put into use immediately in any business setting.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Differentiate and discuss the functional components of business – economics, marketing, accounting, finance, law, and management.
- Assess interrelationship between business and the external variables such as suppliers, social forces of government, and the community.
- Identify and explain the possible advantages and barriers to doing business in a global marketplace, and understand the role of communications and its importance for problem solving.
- Understand the basic concepts of the legal system and process especially as it pertains to the conduct of commerce, including dispute resolution and among various business entities.
COURSE REQUIREMENTS (18 credit hours)
|BUS 300 Foundations of Business||3 credit hours|
|BUS 305 Principles of Accounting||3 credit hours|
|BUS 317 Introduction to Business Law||3 credit hours|
|BUS 334 Essentials of Corporate Finance||3 credit hours|
|BSIT 315 Information Technology Essentials||3 credit hours|
|BUS 349 Foundations in Operations Management||3 credit hours|