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Summer Term 2015 Offerings

BUS 340-46 Business Finance
Principles underlying the financial management of a business enterprise. Among the topics discussed are financial analysis and planning, working capital management and basic capital budgeting. Prerequisites: BUS 261 and 262, ECO 210 and 211, MTH 151 or 162 and 345; Proficiency in spreadsheet software required; junior standing or consent of instructor.

June 8–August 1, 2015
Lecture: Tuesday, Thursday
6:00–9:50 p.m., Hammerschmidt Chapel 006

BUS 350-46 Cultural Diversity in Organizations
This course examines the nature and role of culture and diversity in the workplace, ways to manage diversity in the workplace, the implications of diversity for business operations and understanding of differences in light of globalization of the world’s economy. Prerequisite: sophomore standing or consent of the instructor.

June 1–July 24, 2015
TBA

BUS 456-46 Strategic Management in the Global Environment
This capstone course focuses on the management of organizations in today’s global environment. Emphasis is placed on the understanding of business strategy and how it is formulated, implemented and analyzed. Group decision making, case analysis and simulation are integral to the learning process. The class culminates with group presentations on the strategy developed and executed as part of the strategy game. Prerequisite: all business core courses.

June 8–August 1, 2015
Lecture: Monday, Wednesday
6:30–9:20 p.m., Daniels Hall 204

BUS 470-10 Seminar: Small Business Research Using the Internet
An opportunity for faculty and students to study topics of current and unique importance which are not contained in the general curriculum. Topics vary on the basis of interest expressed by students and faculty and include workshops on personal finance. Depending on the topic, consent of instructor may be required and grading options will vary. Consult appropriate term course schedules for prerequisites and grading options. Open to all college majors. May be repeated for credit.

June 8–12, 2015
Lecture: Monday–Friday
9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m., Daniels Hall 204

BUS 470-11 Seminar: Internet Marketing
An opportunity for faculty and students to study topics of current and unique importance which are not contained in the general curriculum. Topics vary on the basis of interest expressed by students and faculty and include workshops on personal finance. Depending on the topic, consent of instructor may be required and grading options will vary. Consult appropriate term course schedules for prerequisites and grading options. Open to all college majors. May be repeated for credit.

June 15–19, 2015
Lecture: Monday–Friday
9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m., Daniels Hall 204

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