This course introduces the student to the fundamentals of today’s business environment by providing comprehensive lessons on organizational and process planning, and organizing through an understanding of individual behavior, the business setting, and larger market dynamics. Students will learn the value of
leadership in motivating employees, and managing communications. This course addresses the importance of measuring the business and its employees’ performance and quality of their work.

Prerequisite: None

This course introduces the student to the fundamentals of today’s business environment by providing comprehensive lessons on organizational and process planning, and organizing through an understanding of individual behavior, the business setting, and larger market dynamics. Students will learn the value of
leadership in motivating employees, and managing communications. This course addresses the importance of measuring the business and its employees’ performance and quality of their work.

Prerequisite: None

This course is designed to prepare the student to successfully engage in a critical role of the human resources function, finding the right employees. This class teaches students techniques for effective recruitment and staffing, and reviews best practices in planning, recruiting, interviewing, selecting, and hiring employees. The student will be fully prepared to find and identify the best employees for the job.

Prerequisite: None

The course introduces students to the internet as a complement to a traditional business. Students will learn how to integrate web marketing into the business plan and marketing strategy of the small business. The survey of topics will include effective websites, brand development, and online advertising. Customer privacy issues will also be discussed.

Prerequisite: BUS 150

This is the capstone class for the Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management program. This course offers the student a comprehensive survey of material needed to draft a full business plan, including accounting, finance, management, marketing, and business law, as well as lessons learned during the cohort collaboration. In this course students will fully develop the business plan for his/her new venture in preparation for presentation to investors for funding.

Prerequisites: BUS 122, BUS 130, BUS 150