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Bachelor of Science in Management and Bachelor of Business Administration
 

GE 115    College Algebra (5 units)
    This course will help students to attain a firm grasp of the college algebra.
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GE 116    Mathematics for Business and Finance (5 units)
This is an introductory course in mathematics for business and finance. Issues such as fractions, interest, discounting, amortization, mortgage payoff and annual percentage rate will be covered.
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GE 120    English Grammar (5 units)
This course highlights the connection of grammar to both writing and reading by presenting good writing and grammar in action, via excerpts from works by world-famous authors.
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GE 121    Communication (5 units)
This course is designed to create a foundation for effective communication in a professional setting.
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GE 130    Introduction to Anthropology (5 units)
The course covers human culture, language and culture, patterns of substance, economic systems and related topics in detail.
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GE 131    Social Groups (5 units)
The course covers the social organizations, kinship and non-kinship social groups, sex and marriage rules and other related maters. Course will also cover how our cultures and personalities are acquired.
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GE 140    Introduction to Psychology (5 units)
This course covers a summary of major theories, concepts and treatment approaches in the field of psychology.
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GE 150   U.S. History I (5 units)
The course offers students a detailed overview of the United States History from beginning until 1865.
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GE 151   U.S. History II (5 units)
This course offers students an overview of the United Stated during and after Reconstruction Era.
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LR 200   Library Research Methods (5 units)
Course will cover various methods of library research, utilizing on-line and traditional methodologies.
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BA 200   Introduction to Business Management (5 units)
    The course offers knowledge and understanding in business focusing on legal structure of business, management and organization, human behavior and labor relations, accounting and finance, marketing and sales promotions as well as governmental relations.
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BA 202   Human Behavior in Organization (5 units)
    This is an introductory course in organizational behavior.
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BA 210   Principles of Macroeconomics (5 units)
    Course covers economic indicators, aggregate demands, aggregate supply, money, credits and borderless world.
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BA 215   Principles of Microeconomics (5 units)
    Course covers market process, consumer response, producer response as well as revenue, costs, price and profit.
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HC 215   Health Care Policy (5 units)
    Study of requirements of quality and efficiency in health care environments.
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IS 215   Information Technology (5 units)
    Course covers the terminology and programming of data processing systems.
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BA 220   Principles of Marketing (5 units)
    Marketing theory and strategic implications; price policies, trade channels, promotion techniques, product and service management.
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BA 225   Accounting I (5 units)
    Course provides a basic understanding of the accounting process, financial statements, content of assets, liabilities, and owner's equity accounts.
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BA 226   Accounting II (5 units)
    Course provides an advanced understanding of Financial Accounting. (Pre-requisites - BA 225)
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BA 227   Budgeting and Performance Analysis  (5 units)
    A study of the budgeting process in the service and manufacturing environments. (Prerequisites - BA 225)
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BA 230   Business Law (5 units)
    The course provides a study of business law including history of law, contract, agency, partnerships, corporations, property, sales of goods and other related matters.
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BA 235   Principles of Management (5 units)
    Advanced study of concepts and historical context of management.
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BA 240   Managerial Accounting (5 units)
    Course includes costs-volume analysis, costing systems, direct materials and direct labor variances, and performance measurement. (Prerequisites - BA 225)
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BA 247   Financial Statement Analysis (5 units)
    This course will cover the principles of financial analysis and its major role in a sound financial management system.
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MM 250   Marketing Management  (5 units)
    A study of marketing functions in the organization, and application to tangible goods and services. (Prerequisites - BA 220)
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BA 255   Career Planning (5 units)
Course will cover topics on career exploration, career life planning and self-exploration. It will give students the opportunity to identify, plan, and develop their own career path.
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BA 260   International Business (5 units)
    Study of the environmental economic, political and social constraints on doing business abroad.
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EM 260   Human Resources Management (5 units)
    Study of human resource planning, recruiting, selection, and training. Development of personnel policies and government regulations.
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BA 265   Small Business Management (5 units)
    Study of opportunities and qualifications for establishing, financing, and developing managerial policies and procedures for small businesses.
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EM 270   Operations Management (5 units)
    Survey of operation techniques and the joint problems of managing people, equipment and material. Covering efficient allocation of resources in an organization.
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SC 270   Supply Chain Management (5 units)
    This course covers supply chain management, which involves the coordination of production, inventory, location, and participants in a supply chain.
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EM 280   Sales Management (5 units)
The course offers the study of how to manage the sales force and the selling function. It covers the sales process and how to be a successful sales manager.
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BA 285   Business Plan (5 units)
The course covers in detail the necessary components to a sound business plan. Students also review the business plan of a select corporation. Afterward, students develop a short business plan of their own.
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EM 290   Direct Study in Management  (5 units)
    Individual study of selected topics in management under supervision of faculty. (Prerequisites - BA 235)
     
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HC 290   Direct Study in Health Care (HC 215) 5 units
    Individual study of selected topics in health care under supervision of faculty. (Prerequisites - HC 215)
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HR 290   Direct Study in Human Resources Management  (5 units)
    Individual study of selected topics in human resources. (Prerequisites - EM - 260)
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IB 290   Direct Study in International Business (5 units)
    Individual study of selected topics in international business. (Prerequisites - BA 260)
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IS 290   Direct Study in Information Systems (5 units)
    Individual study of selected topics in information systems under supervision of faculty. (Prerequisites - IS 215)
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MM 290   Direct Study in Marketing (MM 250) (5 units)
    Study of selected topics in marketing under supervision of faculty. (Prerequisites - MM 250)
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OP 290   Direct Study in Operations Management (5 units)
    Individual study of selected topics in operations management with faculty supervision. (Prerequisites - EM 270)
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SC 290   Direct Study in Supply Chain Management (5 units)
    This course is a study of selected topics in supply chain management under supervision of faculty. (Prerequisites - SC 270)
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AC 295   Independent Project in Accounting  (5 units)
    Students apply their accounting knowledge in a practical situation. (Prerequisites - BA 225 and/or BA 226)
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EM 295   Independent Project in Management  (5 units)
    Students apply their managerial skills to overcome a managerial problem in a work-related situation. (Prerequisites - BA 235)
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HC 295   Independent Project in Health Care Administration  (5 units)
    Students utilize their knowledge of health care administration to complete a related project. (Prerequisites - HC 215)
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HR 295   Independent Project in Human Resources Management (5 units)
    Students apply their knowledge of human resources to complete a major project. (Prerequisites - EM 260)
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IB 295   Independent Project in International Business  (5 units)
    Students apply their knowledge of international business management to complete a major project in a related issue. (Prerequisites - BA 260)
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IS 295   Independent Project in Information Systems (5 units)
    Students apply their knowledge of information systems to develop a practical solution for a real problem. (Prerequisites - IS 215)
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MM 295   Independent Project in Marketing  (5 units)
    Students develop a major project in the subject of marketing. (Prerequisites - MM 250)
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OP 295   Independent Project in Operations Management (5 units)
    Students should complete a project in operations management. (Prerequisites - EM 270)
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