The curriculum of this program consists of 124 credit hours.
A concentration consists of a minimum of four courses, of which at least 12 semester credits must be upper division. See the course catalog for more information regarding concentrations.
Select at least four of the following courses:
Production Operations Management | OAD 30013
Introduction to the theory and practice of production management as a functional area in the strategic management of operations and manufacturing in domestic and international companies. Examines problems encountered in planning, operating, and controlling production of goods and services. Other topics include the two major areas of production and operations management, operation system design, and operation and control of systems.
Management | OAD 30563
Discusses process for managing organizations including planning, organizing, leading and evaluating. Examines administrative role in organizations and concepts relevant to its function and historical development of administrative thought.
Business Law | OAD 31063
Introduces American legal system as it relates to business. Includes contracts, commercial paper, sales, agency, and property.
Principles of Marketing | OAD 31863
Focuses on advanced theoretical concepts of accountancy. Includes measurement and analysis of Analysis of consumer behavior and configuration of target markets. Emphasis on management of organization activities designed to satisfy target market planning, pricing, promotion and distribution of the product or service.
Human Resources Administration | OAD 32563
Continuation of Advanced Accounting focusing on theoretical concepts in accountancy. Includes further analyses of economic data and business ownership and dissolution. Advanced examination of topics in foreign currency transactions and reporting requirements, interim reporting and segment reporting requirements, partnership formation and liquidation, partnership income distribution, public institutions and bankruptcies.
Project Management | OAD 41464
Provides theory and application in project planning, implementation, control and completion. Includes network planning, project evaluation and review techniques (PERT), critical path methods (CPM), management by objectives, management by exception, cost analysis and resource allocation/leveling.
Foundations of Finance | FIN 30000
Foundations of Finance focuses on the analysis of financial information within an enterprise. Problems and analysis will focus on the financial information related to capital requirements and the relationships of how financial decisions impact both the firm and the shareholder. Concepts used in FIN 30000 form the foundation of all elective finance courses. Main topics covered include: time value of money, valuation of stocks and bonds, risk and return, and principles of capital budgeting. Prerequisites: ACC 20364 Accounting for Business Operations
Strategies and Policies | OAD 49100
Capstone course that guides student to the integration of functional areas of a business firm and analysis of mission and objectives, external environment, and internal strengths and limitations of an organization. Includes formulation of strategies. Prerequisites: FIN 30000 Foundations of Finance, OAD 30563 Management, and OAD 31863 Marketing.
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