Business Administration Minor
|Major Code: 6067||Degree Awarded: None|
|Delivery Mode(s): Classroom||Age Restriction: No|
|Admission Status: Undergraduate||Location(s): Main Campus - Melbourne|
BUS 2211 Introduction to Financial AccountingCredit Hours: 3Introduces the financial accounting environment, financial statements, the accounting cycle, and the theoretical framework of accounting measurement, emphasizing mechanics, measurement theory and the economic environment.
BUS 2212 Introduction to Managerial AccountingCredit Hours: 3Continues , emphasizing concepts and issues associated with the accounting and management of businesses, with particular emphasis on understanding the role of accounting in product costing, costing for quality, cost-justifying investment decisions, and performance evaluation and control of human behavior.
BUS 3401 Corporate FinanceCredit Hours: 3Surveys the components of the three basic issues that embody the financial management of a firm: capital budgeting, capital structure and short-term finance and net working capital. Also examines corporate governance, ethics and international issues.
BUS 3501 Management PrinciplesCredit Hours: 3Helps students acquire management knowledge and develop management skills. Enables the student to understand management as it relates to both the employer and employee, and acquaints the student with the various schools of management and the philosophy of management.
BUS 3601 Marketing PrinciplesCredit Hours: 3Examines the principles of marketing. Emphasizes the marketing concept, functions, consumer behavior, market segmentation, marketing strategy, marketing mixes, market research, marketing legislation and marketing control, as well as providing a foundation for higher-level courses in marketing.
BUS 4502 Organizational Behavior and TheoryCredit Hours: 3Overviews classical and contemporary approaches to organizational behavior and theory. Focus progresses from the micro (individual behavior) to macro (organizational processes, effectiveness and change). Special attention is given to group behavior.
- Restricted Elective (BUS 3000-level or above)