Course image LAS 050 Career Development [F6] Jan 4 - April 22, 2024 Gainesville
2024 Winter Semester

The course is essentially designed to assist the student in developing the skills necessary to attain employment upon graduation. Topics include Personal Skills Appraisal, How to Develop a cover letter/T-letter, Employer  Expectations, Resume Writing, Referral Letters, Job Search, Interview Skills, Thank You letter writing, and Dressing For Success.

Prerequisite: None

Course image BUS 170 Business Law & Ethics [TTH2A] Jan 4 - April 22, 2024 USE THIS ONE
2024 Winter Semester

This course introduces the student to a variety of topics that help shape the legal environment of a small business. A survey of those topics includes ethics, laws, negligence, and liability, with an emphasis on contracts and dispute resolution. Students will learn about business organizational types. Property and consumer law topics, including intellectual property, will be discussed.

Prerequisite: None

Course image LAS 050 Career Development [W3] Jan 4 - April 22, Winter 2024, Chamblee
2024 Winter Semester

The course is essentially designed to assist the student in developing the skills necessary to attain employment upon graduation. Topics include Personal Skills Appraisal, How to Develop a cover letter/T-letter, Employer  Expectations, Resume Writing, Referral Letters, Job Search, Interview Skills, Thank You letter writing, and Dressing For Success.

Prerequisite: None

Course image LAS 050 Career Development [T5A] Jan 4 - April 22, 2024 NEWPORT
2024 Winter Semester

The course is essentially designed to assist the student in developing the skills necessary to attain employment upon graduation. Topics include Personal Skills Appraisal, How to Develop a cover letter/T-letter, Employer  Expectations, Resume Writing, Referral Letters, Job Search, Interview Skills, Thank You letter writing, and Dressing For Success.

Prerequisite: None

Course image LAS 050 Career Development [W3A] Jan 4 - April 22, 2024 NEWPORT
2024 Winter Semester

The course is essentially designed to assist the student in developing the skills necessary to attain employment upon graduation. Topics include Personal Skills Appraisal, How to Develop a cover letter/T-letter, Employer  Expectations, Resume Writing, Referral Letters, Job Search, Interview Skills, Thank You letter writing, and Dressing For Success.

Prerequisite: None

Course image LAS 050 Career Development [W3A] Jan 4 - April 22, 2024 PASADENA DELETE
2024 Winter Semester

The course is essentially designed to assist the student in developing the skills necessary to attain employment upon graduation. Topics include Personal Skills Appraisal, How to Develop a cover letter/T-letter, Employer  Expectations, Resume Writing, Referral Letters, Job Search, Interview Skills, Thank You letter writing, and Dressing For Success.

Prerequisite: None

Course image LAS 050 Career Development [W3A] Jan 4 - April 22, 2024 PASADENA
2024 Winter Semester

The course is essentially designed to assist the student in developing the skills necessary to attain employment upon graduation. Topics include Personal Skills Appraisal, How to Develop a cover letter/T-letter, Employer  Expectations, Resume Writing, Referral Letters, Job Search, Interview Skills, Thank You letter writing, and Dressing For Success.

Prerequisite: None

Course image LAS 050 Career Development [W3A] Jan 4 - April 22, 2024 SOUTHWEST
2024 Winter Semester

The course is essentially designed to assist the student in developing the skills necessary to attain employment upon graduation. Topics include Personal Skills Appraisal, How to Develop a cover letter/T-letter, Employer  Expectations, Resume Writing, Referral Letters, Job Search, Interview Skills, Thank You letter writing, and Dressing For Success.

Prerequisite: None

Course image LAS 050 Career Development [T5A] Jan 4 - April 22, 2024 SOUTHWEST
2024 Winter Semester

The course is essentially designed to assist the student in developing the skills necessary to attain employment upon graduation. Topics include Personal Skills Appraisal, How to Develop a cover letter/T-letter, Employer  Expectations, Resume Writing, Referral Letters, Job Search, Interview Skills, Thank You letter writing, and Dressing For Success.

Prerequisite: None

Course image LAS 050 Career Development [T5A] Jan 4 - April 22, 2024, MORROW
2024 Winter Semester

The course is essentially designed to assist the student in developing the skills necessary to attain employment upon graduation. Topics include Personal Skills Appraisal, How to Develop a cover letter/T-letter, Employer  Expectations, Resume Writing, Referral Letters, Job Search, Interview Skills, Thank You letter writing, and Dressing For Success.

Prerequisite: None

Course image LAS 050 Career Development [W3A] Jan 4 - April 22, 2024, MORROW
2024 Winter Semester

The course is essentially designed to assist the student in developing the skills necessary to attain employment upon graduation. Topics include Personal Skills Appraisal, How to Develop a cover letter/T-letter, Employer  Expectations, Resume Writing, Referral Letters, Job Search, Interview Skills, Thank You letter writing, and Dressing For Success.

Prerequisite: None

Course image MED 222 CEHRS Certification [MW5A] Jan 4 - April 22, 2024
2024 Winter Semester

This course provides a comprehensive, in-depth review of medical insurance reimbursement and the
claim filing processes involved in medical billing. Students are introduced to the policies and procedures

Course image BUS 290 Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management [TTH2A] Jan 4 - April 22, 2024
2024 Winter Semester

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

Course image BUS 200 Intermediate Accounting 1 [MW2A] Jan 4 - April 22, 2024
2024 Winter Semester

This course is a continuation of the topics covered in Accounting I, BUS 122, and Accounting II, BUS 123. This course addresses the theory of financial accounting as well as the accounting process, balance sheet disclosures, financial statements, and the value of money. In addition, detail review and in depth analysis of assets is discussed.

Prerequisite: BUS 123

Course image BUS 210 Introduction to Cost Accounting [F 5] Jan 4 - April 22, 2024
2024 Winter Semester

This course introduces the theory and practice of cost accounting. Topics include cost concepts, cost behavior, and cost accounting techniques for manufacturing and service based businesses. Product costing (job-order and process), standard costs, overhead costs, inventory control and validation, budgeting, and the effect of various costing methods on income are examined.

Prerequisite: BUS 123

Course image BUS 200 Intermediate Accounting I [MW6A] Jan 4 - April 22, 2024
2024 Winter Semester

This course is a continuation of the topics covered in Accounting I, BUS 122, and Accounting II, BUS 123. This course addresses the theory of financial accounting as well as the accounting process, balance sheet disclosures, financial statements, and the value of money. In addition, detail review and in depth analysis of assets is discussed.

Prerequisite: BUS 123

Course image BUS 122 Principles of Accounting [TTH1A] January 4 - April 22, 2024
2024 Winter Semester

BUS122 Principles of Accounting I

This course introduces all aspects of record-keeping found in a typical business. The overall equation of accounting including assets, liabilities, and owners' equity are introduced. Topics include the accounting cycle, general ledger, accounts receivable, accounts payable and payroll.  The skills developed in this course include analyzing financial statement, determining depreciation, setting up and closing of books, and procedures for preparing other related documents. 

Course image BUS 122 Principles of Accounting I [TTH5A] January 4 - April 22, 2024
2024 Winter Semester

BUS122 Principles of Accounting I

This course introduces all aspects of record-keeping found in a typical business. The overall equation of accounting including assets, liabilities, and owners' equity are introduced. Topics include the accounting cycle, general ledger, accounts receivable, accounts payable and payroll.  The skills developed in this course include analyzing financial statement, determining depreciation, setting up and closing of books, and procedures for preparing other related documents. 

Course image BUS 123 Principles of Accounting [TTH6A] January 4 - April 22, 2024
2024 Winter Semester

BUS 123 - Principles of Accounting II

This course is a continuation of BUS 122, Principles of Accounting I, and includes accounting for purchases, sales, accruals, end-of-year reports, and annual statements. Other topics include accounting for partnerships and the partners' equity account. Advanced topics include the accounting procedures used in accounting for investments, intangible assets, and manufacturing, identifying the problem specific to businesses with several branches, and the procedure used to prepare branch financial statements as well as combined financial statements. The skills developed in this course include record-keeping of a corporation including corporate record books, accounting for capital stock, corporate earnings, and corporate bonds.

Course image BUS 123 Principles of Accounting II [TTH2A] January 4 - April 22, 2024
2024 Winter Semester

BUS 123 - Principles of Accounting II

This course is a continuation of BUS 122, Principles of Accounting I, and includes accounting for purchases, sales, accruals, end-of-year reports, and annual statements. Other topics include accounting for partnerships and the partners' equity account. Advanced topics include the accounting procedures used in accounting for investments, intangible assets, and manufacturing, identifying the problem specific to businesses with several branches, and the procedure used to prepare branch financial statements as well as combined financial statements. The skills developed in this course include record-keeping of a corporation including corporate record books, accounting for capital stock, corporate earnings, and corporate bonds.

Course image BUS 130 Introduction to Management [TTH1A] January 4 - April 22, 2024
2024 Winter Semester

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

Course image BUS 130 Introduction to Management [TTH5A] January 4 - April 22, 2024
2024 Winter Semester

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

Course image BUS 150 Principles of Marketing [MW2A] January 4 - April 22, 2024
2024 Winter Semester

This course covers a wide variety of basic marketing concepts through a rich combination of fundamental information, situational analysis, and case studies. This course will survey vital topics such as product branding, pricing strategies, market positioning, and how to influence customers through advertising and promotions. This course will require students to develop a complete marketing plan for their business ideas.

Prerequisite: None

Course image BUS 150 Principles of Marketing [MW6A] January 4 - April 22, 2024
2024 Winter Semester

This course covers a wide variety of basic marketing concepts through a rich combination of fundamental information, situational analysis, and case studies. This course will survey vital topics such as product branding, pricing strategies, market positioning, and how to influence customers through advertising and promotions. This course will require students to develop a complete marketing plan for their business ideas.

Prerequisite: None

Course image BUS 170 Business Law & Ethics [TTH6A] January 4 - April 22, 2024
2024 Winter Semester

This course introduces the student to a variety of topics that help shape the legal environment of a small business. A survey of those topics includes ethics, laws, negligence, and liability, with an emphasis on contracts and dispute resolution. Students will learn about business organizational types. Property and consumer law topics, including intellectual property, will be discussed.

Prerequisite: None

Course image BUS 205 Intermediate Accounting II [MW2A] January 4 - April 22, 2024
2024 Winter Semester

This course is a continuation of the topics covered in Accounting I and Accounting II and Intermediate Accounting I. This course addresses the theory of liabilities, both current and long term, and leases. Additional information on accounting of income taxes, retirement plans, stockholder's equity and shareholders' compensation are covered.

Prerequisite: BUS 200

Course image BUS 205 Intermediate Accounting II [MW6] January 4 - April 22, 2024
2024 Winter Semester

This course is a continuation of the topics covered in Accounting I and Accounting II and Intermediate Accounting I. This course addresses the theory of liabilities, both current and long term, and leases. Additional information on accounting of income taxes, retirement plans, stockholder's equity and shareholders' compensation are covered.

Prerequisite: BUS 200

Course image BUS 230 Human Resource Management [MW2A] January 4 - April 22, 2024
2024 Winter Semester

This course is designed to provide students the fundamentals of human resource planning, from job design to employee recruitment, training and career development, including the different types of employees. This course also provides students the resources needed to design a meaningful compensation program, including benefits and incentives, as well as the rights of employees and employers, and how disciplinary actions and discharge are done ethically and legally.

Prerequisite: BUS 130

Course image BUS 230 Human Resource Management [MW6A] January 4 - April 22, 2024
2024 Winter Semester

This course is designed to provide students the fundamentals of human resource planning, from job design to employee recruitment, training and career development, including the different types of employees. This course also provides students the resources needed to design a meaningful compensation program, including benefits and incentives, as well as the rights of employees and employers, and how disciplinary actions and discharge are done ethically and legally.

Prerequisite: BUS 130

Course image BUS 245 Training & Professional Development [TTH2A] January 4 - April 22, 2024
2024 Winter Semester

This course introduces the student to the fundamentals of developing the talent and bettering the performance of the individuals within an organization. Students will learn the value of job training, education, and career development. This course addresses the importance of retention and preparation for company growth.

Prerequisite: None

Course image BUS 250 Business Negotiations [MW1A] Jan 4 - April 22, 2024
2024 Winter Semester

This course surveys the art of selling, including the value of trust-based relationship selling, and the role of ethics in each sale. Students will learn about buyers, the buying process, and the role of good communication when establishing value in the transaction. students will learn how to work with customers by addressing concerns and how to 'close the deal'. The objective of this course is to prepare students with the knowledge and skills to develop and implement a successful sales strategy and build a successful sales force.

Prerequisite: None

Course image BUS 260 E-Commerce for Small Business [MW5A] January 4 - April 22, 2024
2024 Winter Semester

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

Course image BUS 265 Principles of Payroll [TTH6A] January 4 - April 22, 2024
2024 Winter Semester

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

Course image BUS 275 Strategic Human Resource Management [MW1A] Jan 4 - April 22, 2024
2024 Winter Semester

This is the capstone class for the Human Resource Management program. This course details the methods for reconciling HR activities against the purpose and goals of the company. This course offers student a comprehensive survey of material needed to draft a full human resource plan, including job design, recruitment & selection, training & development, rewards & recognition, compensation & benefits, compliance, and information management.

Prerequisite: None

Course image BUS 275 Strategic Human Resource Management [MW5A] January 4 - April 22, 2024
2024 Winter Semester

This is the capstone class for the Human Resource Management program. This course details the methods for reconciling HR activities against the purpose and goals of the company. This course offers student a comprehensive survey of material needed to draft a full human resource plan, including job design, recruitment & selection, training & development, rewards & recognition, compensation & benefits, compliance, and information management.

Prerequisite: None

Course image BUS 290 Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management [TTH6] January 4 - April 22, 2024
2024 Winter Semester

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

Course image LAS 050 Career Development [T5A] January 4 - April 22, 2024 Chamblee
2024 Winter Semester

The course is essentially designed to assist the student in developing the skills necessary to attain employment upon graduation. Topics include Personal Skills Appraisal, How to Develop a cover letter/T-letter, Employer  Expectations, Resume Writing, Referral Letters, Job Search, Interview Skills, Thank You letter writing, and Dressing For Success.

Prerequisite: None

Course image LAS 106 Communication & Learning Skills [MW5 A] January 4 - April 22, 2024
2024 Winter Semester

This course introduces a variety of practical ways to be more efficient and effective in achieving personal, academic, and professional goals. Topics include boosting memorization skills, setting goals, managing time, and improving concentration. The skills developed in this course include the ability to read more efficiently, take better notes, and write more effective business letters, reports, and proposals.

Course image LAS 106 Communication and Learning Skills [MW1A] January 4 - April 22, 2024
2024 Winter Semester

This course introduces a variety of practical ways to be more efficient and effective in achieving personal, academic, and professional goals. Topics include boosting memorization skills, setting goals, managing time, and improving concentration. The skills developed in this course include the ability to read more efficiently, take better notes, and write more effective business letters, reports, and proposals.

Course image LAS 106 Communication and Learning Skills [MW1B] Jan 4 - April 22, 2024
2024 Winter Semester

This course introduces a variety of practical ways to be more efficient and effective in achieving personal, academic, and professional goals. Topics include boosting memorization skills, setting goals, managing time, and improving concentration. The skills developed in this course include the ability to read more efficiently, take better notes, and write more effective business letters, reports, and proposals.