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E-BusinessThis course will teach students how to build a successful e-business. It will take the student through the entire process from strategic planning to actual fulfillment. It will provide the technical, operational and managerial details necessary for success. 3Qualifying score on computer literacy assessment test OR CPLT0900BUSN1300View
Business FinanceThis course is designed to provide students with the tools, understanding, and processes enabling them to calculate essential Business statistics. These tools will give them and their employer a better understanding of financial and business transactions into which they are about to enter. The analysis of the resulting statistics and improved understanding of financial documents will allow the student to assist the business in improving their decision making process.3CCIS1080BUSN1400View
Database Concepts and Data Analysis ToolsThis course is designed to give the student knowledge about database concepts and tools which can be used in business analysis. Students will implement the features in MS Access using case studies that introduce realistic business problems and are focused on business decisions using queried database information.3CCIS1080BUSN1500View
EntrepreneurshipStudents will learn the process of creating and developing a business venture. The course will cover four phases of new venture development, (1) opportunity identification, (2) feasibility analysis, (3) execution strategy and business plan development, and (4) growth, change and harvest strategies. The focus will be on the planning, financing, and managing of a selected venture. In addition to learning the process, students will select an idea for a new venture and create a business plan.3BUSN1000BUSN1510View
Specialized LabThis course is designed for students who want to enhance their skills and knowledge in order to become more proficient in specialized areas of the curriculum. Specialized lab content must be different from or beyond the expected skill level available in current course offerings. Students will have the ability to direct their efforts, with instructor approval, in curriculum activities that meet their needs. A `Specialized Lab Training Agreement` must be signed by the student and the instructor and submitted to the registrar at the time of registration.1_to_4NoneBUSN1900View
Business AnalysisThis is a college level introductory course in business analysis. This course will detail the roles and responsibilities of the Business Analyst. The course will teach techniques to define the scope of work which includes: identify requirements-gathering techniques, identify the unique needs of stakeholders, customers and the I/T department in the business analysis process among the many facets of the business analyst's responsibilities.4CCIS2055BUSN2000View
Requirements Management with Use CasesThis is a college level course in developing and documenting project requirements. This course will teach the Business Analyst a logical methodology for the requirements process through practice developing effective requirements. The course will teach and reinforce techniques to identify relevant stakeholders, elicit and document business requirements, and develop use cases describing the business system within which they are working.3BUSN2000BUSN2010View
Marketing ApplicationsMarketing involves all of the activities that help businesses reach their target market(s) effectively including public relations, sales promotion, advertising, social media, pricing, distribution and many other functions. In this course, students will gain practical experience in applying these activities through projects and case studies related to the development of a marketing plan. In addition, students will experience the importance of aligning their marketing objectives with the strategic goals of a business organization.3BUSN1010BUSN2015View
Introduction to Event PlanningA career in event planning covers a broad array of industries and types of meeting including corporate meetings, trade shows and expos, weddings, sporting events, fundraising and concerts. In this course, students will learn about the man career opportunities in this field, and the basic skills required for an event planner. The course provides an introduction to client relationships, industry partnerships and the planning process that will drive success!3BUSN1000 and BUSN1010BUSN2040View
Event Site Sourcing and ContractsIn planning a business event, one of the first steps is deciding how, when and where attendees will gather. Convention or conference centers, hotels, etc. can offer a myriad of services with varying pricing and conditions. Sourcing these locations can be a complex task. In this class, students will learn to develop a “request for proposal” (RFP) where your needs and specifications are clearly spelled-out to potential venues. Learning to evaluate and compare these responses and negotiate a contract requires skill, confidence and know-how.3BUSN2040BUSN2050View