Courses

ACCT 1103 Financial Accounting Procedures I This course is designed as an introductory financial accounting course.  The course will cover the basic concepts and principles of financial accounting.  All steps of the accounting cycle will be thoroughly covered.  Preparation, interpretation, and analysis of the balance sheet and income statement will be covered.  In addition, this course will cover accounting for cash and current liabilities.  This course, in combination with ACCT 2103, will serve as a substitute for ACCT 2103.  Prerequisite: none.
ACCT 1203 Financial Accounting Procedures II This course is designed to follow Financial Accounting Procedures I and together with that course will substitute for ACCT 2103, Financial Accounting.  This course will introduce principles of accounting as applied to inventories, receivables, plant assets, long-term liabilities, and corporations.  Preparation, interpretation, and analysis of the statement of owner's equity and the cash flow statement will be covered.  Prerequisite: ACCT 1103.
ACCT 2103  Financial Accounting An introduction to financial accounting concepts, principles, and the development of financial accounting information. The material is developed primarily from the perspective of a user. Discussion will center on how users analyze and interpret financial information in the decision-making process.  This course is designed for the business/accounting transfer student and the non-accounting major.  No credit will be give for students with credit in ACCT 1203.
ACCT 2203  Managerial Accounting Introduction to managerial accounting. Analysis of cost behavior and the use of this knowledge for both short and long term decisions. An introduction to budgeting and the accumulation of product costs for planning and performance evaluation. Prerequisites: ACCT 1203 or ACCT 2103.
ACCT 2523 Computerized Accounting Designed to acquaint the student with the microcomputer and how accounting is processed on a computer. Enables the student to process an entire accounting cycle. Prerequisite: ACCT 2103 or ACCT 1103.
BADM 1001 Business Special Problems Designed primarily for adult education with credit varying from one to four hours. Maximum credit is four hours.
BADM 1002 Business Special Problems Designed primarily for adult education with credit varying from one to four hours. Maximum credit is four hours.
BADM 1003 Business Special Problems Designed primarily for adult education with credit varying from one to four hours. Maximum credit is four hours.
BADM 1004 Business Special Problems Designed primarily for adult education with credit varying from one to four hours. Maximum credit is four hours.
BADM 1211 Basic Investment Basic concepts in the act and skills of investing. Acquaints students with the need to invest, inflation, comparison of investments, returns and risks, stocks and bonds, real estate, home ownership, tax liabilities and individual retirement accounts.
BADM 2103 Principled Styled Leadership This course is designed to prepare the student for leadership in a business environment.  Various leadership principles such as Seven Habits, LEAN, and Six Sigma will be covered in the course.  Upon completion of the course, students should be able to implement these standards in their daily lives in order to develop quality leadership principles.
BADM 2113 Business Communications I Principles and psychological foundations of effective business correspondence, letters of inquiry and request; replies to inquiries and requests; order letters and order acknowledgments; claim and adjustment letters, short report preparation; letters of application; and business promotion.  Prerequisite: ENGL 1113.
BADM 2123 World of  Business An introduction to business through a study of the organization and management of business and its position in the American economic environment. Emphasis is placed upon the nature of business firms, resources and operation of personnel, capital, production and marketing, and the legal and social environment of business.
BADM 2133 Business Ethics This course explores ethics in business.  It seeks to define ethics and to help the student understand the role of ethics in our society.  Actual cases will be used extensively to enable the student to see the value of business ethics  in today's world.
BADM 2153  Consumer Mathematics Review of basic arithmetic principles, application of arithmetic principles to analyze and solve problems in percentage, mark‑up, mark‑down, discounts, interest, payrolls, pro‑rating, taxation, insurance, annuities, and consumer credit.
BADM 2223 Business Law Principles of law involved in ordinary business transactions, special emphasis being placed upon the study of court systems, general contracts, negotiable instruments, and bailments.
BADM 2301 Business Internship A work experience internship to permit students to gain practical experience in the business world and to become proficient in business procedures involved in preparing for the world of work.  One to six credit hours can be earned.
BADM 2302 Business Internship A work experience internship to permit students to gain practical experience in the business world and to become proficient in business procedures involved in preparing for the world of work.  One to six credit hours can be earned.
BADM 2303 Business Internship A work experience internship to permit students to gain practical experience in the business world and to become proficient in business procedures involved in preparing for the world of work.  One to six credit hours can be earned.
BADM 2304 Business Internship A work experience internship to permit students to gain practical experience in the business world and to become proficient in business procedures involved in preparing for the world of work.  One to six credit hours can be earned.
BADM 2305 Business Internship A work experience internship to permit students to gain practical experience in the business world and to become proficient in business procedures involved in preparing for the world of work.  One to six credit hours can be earned.
BADM 2306 Business Internship A work experience internship to permit students to gain practical experience in the business world and to become proficient in business procedures involved in preparing for the world of work.  One to six credit hours can be earned.
BAFN 1303 Principles of Banking Topics covered are banks and the monetary system, negotiable instruments, the relationship of the commercial bank to depositors, types of bank accounts, the deposit function, the payment function, bank loans and investments, and other banking services (trust international and safe deposit), bank accounting and marketing, external and internal controls, and the public service obligations of banks.
BAFN 1323  Teller Training Develop the skills that tellers need in today’s banking industry. The program is divided into seven content modules, each devoted to a specific area of teller training. No prerequisite.
CS 1001 Computer Science Special Problems Provides an opportunity for a student to conduct an investigation into a subject related to the computer science field of study.  The student will work under the advisement of a Computer Science Department faculty member who will detail the scope of the investigation and evaluate the results.  For computer science majors only.
CS 1002 Computer Science Special Problems Provides an opportunity for a student to conduct an investigation into a subject related to the computer science field of study.  The student will work under the advisement of a Computer Science Department faculty member who will detail the scope of the investigation and evaluate the results.  For computer science majors only.
CS 1003 Computer Science Special Problems Provides an opportunity for a student to conduct an investigation into a subject related to the computer science field of study.  The student will work under the advisement of a Computer Science Department faculty member who will detail the scope of the investigation and evaluate the results.  For computer science majors only.
CS 1313 Introduction to Microcomputers Introduces the student to microcomputer hardware and general purpose software. Operating system control through the use of commands, a graphical interface, and a local area network will be included. Students learn to program the computer using the BASIC language.
CS 1373  Network Operating Systems The course includes a study of computer operating systems. Components and characteristics of operating systems are explored. Emphasis will be placed on the three basic functions of an operating system: managing disk storage, control of peripheral devices, and control of program execution.  The student will gain a knowledge of client/server operating systems related to resource sharing and security.
CS 1743  Multimedia Computing Prepares the student for designing and developing computer‑aided presentations using text, graphics and sound. Students will gain an understanding of both hardware and multimedia authoring software used to develop presentations. Prerequisites: CS 1373 or permission of instructor.
CS 2023 Advanced BASIC Programming      A continuation of BASIC Programming with the emphasis on the methodology of implementation, and documentation of computer systems using BASIC. Includes coverage of event driven object level programming, sequential and random access files, file processing techniques and development of programs and systems of programs.  Prerequisites: CS 2134 or CS 1313.
CS 2043  Database Programming II Prepares the student for designing and programming relational databases. The student will be introduced to methods for designing sound and efficient databases. Topics will include normalizing and defining tables, referential and data integrity, and defining indexes.  Custom application development will include design and programming using SQL queries, menus, panels, reports, and procedures.  Database utilities will also be included.  Prerequisites: Any programming language.
CS 2054 Web Database Systems  A study of the Web as a database platform.  This course prepares students for developing database interfaces for a multi-tier client-server system.  Topics will include Internet fundamentals, web page basics, scripting languages, and development tools for dynamically generated Web pages.
CS 2103  Computer Concepts (BCC & A) Provides an orientation into computer components, the operating system (Windows environment), and software applications. Computer hardware components will be discussed in their relationship to the total system. Students will use three basic software applications including word processing, spreadsheet and database.  Networking and database communications is covered with student use of the Internet.
CS 2113 Advanced Microcomputers Student will gain an in‑depth understanding of advanced concepts of microcomputers including file structures, indexing, and operating systems. Upon completion of this course the student should be capable of programming meaningful applications using extended system capabilities.  Prerequisites: CS 1313.
CS 2134 BASIC Programming Language (CSII)  A study of the BASIC programming language. Concepts include data types, data input/output, operators, control structures, arrays, modular design, and elementary file processing. The student will design, write, and debug programs using this language. An introduction to DOS will also be included in this course.  Prerequisites: none.
CS 2143  Programming in “C” (CSIII)  Includes a study of the ‘‘C’’ programming language. Discussion will include data storage, input, output, computations, decision making, looping, arrays, and functions. The student will gain an understanding of the ‘‘C’’ compiler. Prerequisite: One programming language course or permission of instructor.
CS 2173 JAVA Programming Includes a study of the JAVA Programming language.  Discussion will include data storage, computations, decision making, looping, arrays, functions, classes, inheritance, packages, handling events, and error handling.  The student will gain an understanding of the JAVA programming environment and application of the language.
CS 2303 Database Programming I Introduces the student to computer information processing concepts using SQL Database. The student will learn methods of creating databases and processing information through adding, deleting, updating, and querying data. Menu driven applications will be programmed using input, output, computation, and decision making procedures.  The use of OS/2 Presentation Manager will provide experience with a windowed operating system.  This course of study is designed to fulfill university requirements for an introductory course in computer concepts.
CS 2323  Advanced “C” Language A continuation of the “C” programming language using C++. Topics may include data structures, recursive functions, dynamic memory allocation, linked lists, trees, searching, and advanced sorting. Prerequisite: CS 2143.
CS 2423 Telecommunications & Networking    Introduces the student to telecommunication and networking, emphasizing hardware and software components used to transmit data. This discussion will begin with internal computer components and progress through the various means in which data is passed to another computer or external device.  Modem to modem communication and local area network topics will be discussed in detail.  Prerequisites: CS 1373 or permission of instructor.
CS 2424 Systems Design and Development Acquaints the student with authentic, business world data processing applications. Covers a five‑phased approach to conducting a project: inflation and preliminary investigation, detailed investigation, design, development, implementation, and evaluation.  Provides understanding of how machines and systems are combined and the understanding of how much machines and systems are combined and the advantages to be realized by a company through data processing.
CS 2433  Advanced Networking A study of client/server networks including network planning, installation, and management.  Topics will include a review of compute hardware, network topologies, and communication media. The student will gain experience in network management through resource sharing and security.  Use access profiles will be developed, user groups will be defined, and resources (file, device, serial) will be shared using a popular networking application.  Prerequisites: CS 2423 or permission of instructor.
ECON 2013 Introduction to Macroeconomics The primary objective of the macroeconomics course is to increase the student’s awareness of what is meant by economics, to discuss current economic problems facing the nation, to investigate the forces of supply and demand on a national scale, and to present possible solutions, through fiscal and monetary policy, in coping with economic problems.  Students should not concurrently enroll in the course and ECON 2023.
ECON 2023 Introduction to Microeconomics The primary objective of the microeconomic course is to increase the student’s awareness of economic issues concerning markets, the price system, the allocation of resources, income distribution, the role of government, the profit motive, and capitalism.  Among other topics, the theory of perfect competition, monopoly, and oligopoly will be investigated.  The logic of consumer choice, government regulation and antitrust policy, labor unions and collective bargaining, and the problem of poverty will also be included in the course.  Students should not concurrently enroll in this course and ECON 2013.
ENTR 2023 Introduction to Entrepreneurship This is an introductory course designed to provide students with a broad base of knowledge regarding entrepreneurship in a global society.  This course will give an overview of factors that are essential for entrepreneurial success.
ENTR 2713 Entrepreneurship Capstone This course is designed for the final semester of study in the entrepreneurship program.  Students will prepare and present a comprehensive business plan.  Prerequisites: 15 business credits including ACCT 2203 and ENTR 2023.
FIN 2123 Personal Finance A first course in the management of the individual's financial affairs such as budgeting, use of credit, mortgage financing, investment and estate planning.
MGMT 1123 Salesmanship This is an in-depth course in salesmanship.  The theory is supplemented by actual sales demonstrations using the learned techniques.  Prospecting, approach, knowledge of product, planning presentations, territory control and sales management are studied.  This is an excellent course for all students regardless of their major area since it reinforces areas of personal attributes and emphasizes the use of selling techniques in life situations.
MGMT 1133 Human Relations A course designed to improve a person's self image, attitude, self confidence, goal setting ability, and relationships with other people.
MGMT 1223 Small Business Management Designed to acquaint the student of management with the environment of the small business enterprise.  Opportunities of initiating the business, financial and administrative control, marketing programs and policies, management of business operations, and legal and governmental relationships are studied.  (through the creation and application of the business plan.)
MGMT 2023 Human Resources Management Provides the student with a basic understanding of core HR processes that should be present in an organization and explores the challenges in the workplace from both employee and employer perspective.
MGMT 2213 Principles of Management This course takes an in depth look at Total Quality Management and how it has revolutionized management practices in recent times.  It studies management leadership, motivation, group dynamics, team building and organizational structure, and change.  This course is designed to introduce all levels of management to the student and how their roles interact to create continuous improvement in the business world.
MGMT 2223 Advertising Designed to give the student a broad prospective and understand of advertising.  This course is directed toward the social and economic functions of advertising, the role of advertising in business, how advertising is planned, created, challenges and opportunities of advertising.
MGMT 2243 Basic Real Estate A history of organized real estate; real estate terms and definitions; the nature and classification of property ownership; the nature and classification of agreements and contracts; financing real estate; surveying and land descriptions; problems in point of law and arithmetic.  Both nomenclature and technique are stressed to provide a practical course to provide the student with the information and background to qualify for the state license examination if he so desires.
MGMT 2263 Advanced Real Estate For the student who desires to advance in real estate as a career.  A review of the basic course; business practices-professional standards: real estate law taxes, assessments, and advertising; residential appraising and financing; title closing and closing statements.  Both nomenclature and techniques are stressed to provide a practical course to provide the student with the information and background to qualify for the state license examination if he so desires.  Prerequisite: MGMT 2243.
MGMT 2313 Sports and Entertainment Management An introductory course exploring the history, development, and governance in sports and entertainment management.  Current issues and trends will be evaluated.
MGMT 2323 Sport Communications Examination of the fundamentals theories, practices, and communication necessary to deliver sport products and services to consumers.
MIS 2133 Web Page Development This course is designed as an introduction to web page development.  The course covers current techniques in web design, authoring, creation and implementation of web pages using various web development tools. Students will design web pages using frames, backgrounds, tables and multimedia.
MIS 2213 Desktop Publishing This course provides hands-on training in desktop publishing (DTP) necessary to create publications such as flyers, brochures, business cards, and other business items for print.  Topics include: DTP concepts, operation of DTP software, publication page layout, basic graphic design, and practical applications.
MKTG 2103  Consumer Behavior  This course introduces students to concepts, principles, and theories from various social sciences to the study of the factors that influence the acquisition, consumption, and disposition of products, services, and ideas.  The course prepares students to understand how customers are likely to respond to new products, services, or other actions in the marketplace by introducing them to the many physical, economic, social and psychological factors influencing consumers in their decision making.  Course prerequisites: none.
MKTG 2123  Marketing Introduces college students to the basic concepts, practices and analytic methods of marketing. The core subjects are: role of marketing in the firm; strategic and tactical planning; marketing environment; market analysis; consumer decision making; and market research.  Elements of the marketing mix - product, communications, pricing and distribution will also be emphasized.
OIS 1013  Business English   A review of the rules applying to correct English usage with particular emphasis on the parts of speech, sentence structure, punctuation, and capitalization.
OIS 1103  Keyboarding A beginning typewriting course in the fundamentals of the keyboard and proper operating techniques utilizing a computer software package. Instruction is provided in basic skills including personal and business letters, themes, tabulations, outlines, and manuscripts.  Not open to students who have completed one year of high school typing.
OIS 1113 Medical Terminology Greek and Latin prefixes, suffixes, adjectives, and verbs as they are used in forming the names of major diseases, anatomical parts and other terms commonly used in the medical field.
OIS 1123 Medical Assistant Office Procedures I This course presents administrative procedures necessary in the management of the patient with emphasis on public relations, receptionist skills, telephone and appointment skills, preparation and study of computer terminology with application.  Prerequisite: OIS 1113 or concurrent enrollment, keyboarding proficiency or permission of instructor.
OIS 1133  Professional Development   Study of techniques and attitudes that lead to success in personal and professional life. Covers the job campaign, interviewing, attire, personal and professional poise, planning and goal setting, and social etiquette.
OIS 1143 Medical Seminar   A theory and practical application course with emphasis on the development of attitudes, work habits, and good office procedures for the medical office worker.  Includes emphasis on public relations, receptionist skills, and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
OIS 1173 Administrative Office Procedures   Presents additional skills and knowledge necessary for secretarial students and provides the opportunity for them to integrate these with all previously learned skills and knowledge by completion of SOS’s (Simulated Office Situations). Emphasis is placed upon the development of good attitudes, work habits, and office procedures.  Prerequisite: OIS 2313 and BADM Communications 2113 (or concurrent enrollment); OIS 2523 is desired, but not required.
OIS 1183 Machine Transcription Designed to build proficiency in transcribing from a dictating machine. Transcription basics punctuation, spelling, grammar, letter styles, listening skills, and proper proofreading are emphasized. The final objective of the course is first‑try mailable transcripts at an acceptable rate of speed.  Students should be comfortable keyboarding with Microsoft Word.
OIS 1193 Machine Transcription  A follow‑up course to Machine Transcription 1183. This course provides maximum development of transcription skills needed in today’s high tech workplace by providing experience in transcribing a wide variety of realistic, typical communications from business organizations and government agencies.  Prerequisite: OIS 1183.
OIS 1213 Document Processing   Review of basic production typing skills with emphasis on improving speed and accuracy utilizing a computer software package. Instruction is provided in the typing of technical papers and business reports and vocational preparation.  Students should be familiar with the keyboard before taking this class.
OIS 2033 Excel Spreadsheets Learning to use the microcomputer to organize information for financial spreadsheets using the Excel for Windows software package with guided self instruction and hands‑on computer experience.
OIS 2113  Records Management  A theory and practical application course in filing and records control. Covers the history and principles for planning, organizing, and controlling the creation, protection, use, storage, and disposition of business records. Opportunity is provided for students to get experience with records management through the use of an electronic filing system on a microcomputer.
OIS 2123 Medical Insurance and Coding This course further develops proficiency in the use of coding systems learned in Coding for Medical Office.  This course will develop efficiency in insurance billing; the ability to distinguish among types of medical insurance programs; and the use of abbreviations, terminology, and coding systems required to complete insurance forms accurately.  Prerequisite: OIS 1113.
OIS 2313 Production Keyboarding   Designed to prepare the student for work in an office for teaching in the secretarial field. Further development of basic typewriting skills is stressed utilizing a computer software package. Assignments are built around practical office‑typing situations and involve the preparation of tabulation problems, office automation reports, legal paper and manuscripts.  Special forms and materials taken directly from actual business offices are used in classroom and laboratory work.  Major emphasis is given to speed and accuracy in completing production jobs.  Prerequisite: OIS 1213 or permission of instructor.
OIS 2333 Medical Document Processing  Principles of typewriting that apply to a medical office are stressed utilizing a computer software package to give the student a more highly developed skill and knowledge to use as a specialized medical secretary. Production jobs test the student’s ability to get at the work properly, to plan and type the work under pressure of time and to proofread and correct errors.  Actual office forms are used.  Producing mailable copy rapidly is the main objective of the course.  Prerequisite: OIS 2033 and OIS 2523 or permission of instructor.
OIS 2503  Microsoft Office   A capstone course integrating word processing, database, and spreadsheet software. Students create a portfolio of projects representative of each student’s skills. Students also learn to use PowerPoint software to create video presentations.  Prerequisite: OIS 2033 and OIS 2523 or permission of instructor.
OIS 2523 Microsoft Word The general course objective is to learn how to use the functions of the Microsoft Word program and be able to produce a variety of professional‑looking documents with speed and accuracy utilizing the functions of the Word program.  Students should be familiar with the keyboard before taking this class.
STAT 2023 Elementary Statistics for Business and Economics The primary objective of the statistics course is to familiarize student with the terminology, techniques, and approaches in statistical analysis.  Topics to be covered in the course may include the meaning of statistics, scientific decision making, frequency distributions, probability, sampling, hypothesis testing, and regression/correlation analysis.  Prerequisites: Algebra or sophomore standing.