BUS 151 - OCCUPATIONAL LIFE CALLING
This course provides an overview of the disciplines related to opportunities in the global business community. The student will learn about a diverse range of professional careers associated with business and economics. It is intended for students exploring their fit within business discipline-related aspects of an organization and aligning with their life-calling aspirations.
BUS 152 - OCCUPATIONAL LIFE CALLING: INTERNSHIP PREPARATION
This course will focus on business students gaining a better understanding of their experiential education options related to their majors. Students will be inspired to pursue their ideal internship by using experiential activities to enhance self-awareness and their personal fit with various experiential education options. The purpose of the course is to assist students to make the most of any internship/experiential opportunity when they attain it.
BUS 153 - OCCUPATIONAL LIFE CALLING: LIFE BEYOND COLLEGE
This course will focus on providing business students with a better understanding of how to identify and use their business degree credentials, accomplishments, talents, and skills as they pursue their life and career interests. Special focus will center on job seeking and preparing for the rigors of life immediately after graduation.
BUS 210 - STUDY TOUR
A course designed to use organized experiences with top business and/or government decision makers as learning opportunities for economics and business majors and other interested students. These visits offer inside views of decision making in business, finance, and/or government that will help illuminate campus studies and suggest career possibilities. An acceptable term project report and post trip seminar will be required for credit.
BUS 239 - BUSINESS WORK EXPERIENCE
Prerequisite: Senior status and approval by the Academic Internship Advisor
This course helps the BSBA student meet the internship/work experience requirement for the BSBA degree. A minimum of 225 hours is needed to fulfill this requirement. Before beginning the work experience, the student will need to complete all appropriate paperwork including the Learning Contract, fulfill the requirements listed in the Learning Contract, and obtain the approval of the Academic Internship Advisor.
BUS 250-259 - TOPICS IN BUSINESS
Prerequisite: As required, depending on topic
Courses devoted to various topics of current interest in business. Courses will be designed to meet the educational needs of students in a corporate setting. Courses do not count toward a particular major or minor in the college. Repeatable for new topics.
BUS 339 - BUSINESS INTERNSHIP/COOPERATIVE EDUCATION
Prerequisite: Sophomore status, 2.5 GPA or higher, and approval by the Academic Internship Advisor
This course helps the BSBA student meet the internship/work experience requirement for the BSBA degree. A minimum of 225 hours is needed to fulfill this requirement. Before beginning the internship, the student will need to complete all the appropriate paperwork including the Learning Contract, fulfill the requirements listed in the Learning Contract, and obtain the approval of the Academic Internship Advisor. The student may repeat 339 once for a total of no more than 6 credit hours.
BUS 341 - APPLIED REGRESSION ANALYSIS
Prerequisite: MATH 108 or MATH 318
See MATH 341 for course Description
BUS 439 - BUSINESS INTERNSHIP/COOPERATIVE EDUCATION
Prerequisite: BUS 339 and approval by the Academic Internship Advisor
This course is designed for students completing their second or third business internship after they have satisfied the internship/work experience requirement for the BSBA degree. The student is required to work a minimum of 225 hours and fulfill other requirements as stated in the Learning Contract. Prior approval of the academic internship advisor and completion of the appropriate paper work, including the learning contract, are required. The student may repeat 439 once for a total of no more than 6 credit hours. Graded S/U.