In this course, students will learn about APA style format and how to implement them in their weekly assignments. Also, students will receive training on finding information from the university website and catalog and familiarize themselves with The Continents States University system.
This course is designed as a survey course that will expose you to business terminology, concepts, and current business issues, with the intent of helping students develop a viable business vocabulary, foster critical and analytical thinking, and refine business decision-making skills.
Detailed introduction to the entire marketing process, identifying a customer base, and the range of marketing decisions an organization must make to create value that appeals to consumers.
Examine the effects of cost, price, and profit on management decision-making, particularly the managers’ tools, and methods to make the best-informed decisions.
Investigate practical communication skills as a prerequisite for business success, focusing on communication tools and activities that connect people within and beyond the organization.
Introductory course on the laws and ethical standards managers must abide by while conducting business. Explores the legal framework designed to protect consumers and companies and outlines the legal and ethical environment in which companies operate.
Examine how companies manage processes to produce their customers’ products or services. Topics include product design, supply chain management, quality, inventory, and planning.
Incorporating elements from all the core courses. Introduces the field of strategic management, with particular emphasis on identifying goals, formulating strategies, and addressing implementation techniques.
Survey of the practices and laws governing how an organization should work with its human capital. Subjects include job analysis, recruitment, training, performance measurement, compensation, safety, and labor relations.
This course will help students go through the nuts and bolts of project management. Project management touches several organizational resources, from understanding the project life cycle to setting priorities and expectations to controlling expenses and reporting results.