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T BGEN 111 Freshman Leadership Seminar (2)
Introduces student to the core competencies of communication, teamwork, and ethics. Emphasizes service learning and experiential application of concepts through leadership projects. Promotes cohort identity and socialization for incoming freshman in the Milgard School of Business Freshman Direct Program.
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T BGEN 200 Introduction to Statistics in Business (5) NSc, RSN
Introduces the major principles and practices utilized in basic statistical analysis. Focuses on descriptive statistics, inferential statistics, probabilistic reasoning, correlation, regression, and hypothesis testing. Prerequisite: either TMATH 098 or minimum score of 35 on ACC-CL placement test.
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T BGEN 210 Computer-Based Business Problem Solving (5)
Explores uses of Excel to analyze and solve business problems through manipulation and analysis of data. Reviews pivot tables, what-if analysis, solver, and Excel-based management analyses, such as optimization, data mining, customer analysis, data organization, and presentation.
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T BGEN 212 Introduction to Corporate Responsibility (5) SSc
Introduces the tools used in the business world today to engage in socially responsible business practice. Provides a framework for integrating corporate responsibility practice into the overall strategy of an organization, and explores current trends in corporate responsibility.
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T BGEN 218 Introduction to Business Law (5) SSc
Explores the impact of the changing legal environment on business decision making. Examines legal issues that organizations confront to establish appropriate strategies for effective functioning and developing compliance guidelines. Utilized specific tools to access legal resources for proactively recognizing, framing and analyzing business opportunities, and problems in the legal environment.
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T BGEN 250 Personal Finance (5) RSN
Provides an understanding for making informed personal financial decisions on consumption, savings, budgets, investments, insurance, retirement, wealth creation and estate planning. Effective personal financial management is essential to meet lifetime financial goals. Students will identify their personal financial goals, and make financial decisions that will help them achieve those goals. Prerequisite: either TMATH 098, or a minimum score of 35 on ACC-CL placement test or a minimum score of 250 on the ACCQAS.
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T BGEN 312 Communicating Corporate Responsibility (5) SSc
Provides the theory and skills to analyze and assess the corporate responsibility communication issues in a company, and create a strategic corporate communications plan based on that assessment. Develops the understanding of corporate responsibility stories and storytelling in a compelling way that engages and informs stakeholders.
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T BGEN 322 Measuring Corporate Responsibility (5) SSc
Provides the framework and skills to analyze and assess the environmental, social, and governance metrics and measurements in a firm. Develops the skills to evaluate those metrics and create a meaningful corporate social responsibility (CSR) report for an organization.
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T BGEN 360 Marketing Yourself in Business (2)
Examines current employment trends in business. The goal is to examine current issues in business employment and to encourage students to explore and match their own skills and interests to the potential needs of employers. Credit/no-credit only.
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T BGEN 370 Essentials of Sports Enterprise Management (5)
Examines the profession of sports enterprise management and nature of sports oriented organizations. Focuses on the key managerial functions and organizational processes needed to plan, organize, lead and control contemporary organizations. Activities provide opportunities to improve communication, strategic planning, teamwork, social responsibility, ethical decision making, and professional capacities. Offered: A.
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T BGEN 422 Corporate responsibility Capstone (3) SSc
Culminating experience for the corporate Responsibility Minor, and challenges students to think critically about the issues of corporate responsibility and put your skills to the test through experiential learning and teamwork.
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T BGEN 460 Distinction of Excellence Seminar: Readings in Business (3)
Examines current writings in business and related fields. The course will examine important discussions, findings, and trends in business through intellectual exchange, classroom interactions and discussions. The specific topics addressed will be influenced by the interests of the specific students in the class. Prerequisite: T BGEN 360. Credit/no-credit only.
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T BGEN 468 International Business Field Experience (4-10, max. 10) SSc
Immerses students in international business experiences that are part of a Study Abroad program. Content varies and is individually evaluated.
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T BGEN 485 Seminar in Sports Enterprise Management (5)
Explores in-depth experience in details of making business management decisions in the sports industry. Examines, through a comprehensive project, sports industry issues and resolutions of those issues on the basis of the student's investigation, research and then presentation. Recommended: strong research and writing skills; courses involving application of research and writing. Offered: W.
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T BGEN 490 Special Topics (1-5, max. 15)
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T BGEN 492 Special Topics in Sports Enterprise Management (1-5, max. 5)
Current topics in sports enterprise management. Recommended: completion of a writing intensive course.
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