Business Administration Minor Course Descriptions

ACC 251, 252 Accounting I, II (3,3) A two semester introduction to accounting. Economic events are examined from both an external financial reporting perspective and an internal management decision making
perspective. The role of accounting systems in organizations is emphasized. Prerequisite: BUS 110.

BUS 110 Business Foundations (3): A course which exposes students to current business concepts and provides a holistic view of business operation. Includes study of external factors affecting management decision-making. Case analysis and computer simulation are utilized to present business interrelationships.

BUS 310 Principles of Management (3) Management/Administrative concepts which are common to all types of organizations. Focuses on the functions of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling, with emphasis on integration of faith, systems and contingency approaches. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing, and recommended to be taken in the Sophomore year.

BUS 311 Business Law (3) General principles applied to contracts, agency, negotiable instruments, business organizations, personal property, security relations, real property, and trade regulations. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing.