BUS142 Managing a Small Business

3 Semester Hour Credits

This course includes theory and practice relating to starting and managing small firms.  Topics include developing plans for the business, small business marketing, managing small business operations and financial management in the firm. Course is designed for those considering starting their own business.

CDV101 Child Development                             

3 semester hour credits

Course includes foundations of child development; conception, prenatal, and birth; heredity; infant social and emotional development; growth and maturation; the developing child learning, language, social processes; sexuality, morality and self-control; the “special needs” child.

BUS140 Contemporary Marketing Skills

3 Semester Hour Credits

Practical applications-oriented treatment of the activities performed by those involved in marketing.  Course focuses on analyzing marketing opportunities, product pricing, distribution and promotion decisions, and careers in marketing.  Course is designed to allow student to develop skills which can be utilized in any chosen career.

MAT101 Business Mathematics                                     

3 semester hour credits

Review of basic mathematics for business; bank records; merchandising; payroll; finance; real estate; accounting; annuities and investments; case studies.