Business Management Technology (2420)

Business Management Technology (2420)

103 ESSENTIALS OF MANAGEMENT TECH 3 credits
Survey of management principles for business and other organizations. Emphasizes the basic management functions including planning, organizing, staffing, influencing, and control.
104 INTROD TO BUSIN GLOBAL ENVIRON 3 credits
Survey of business emphasizing the global nature of business and including entrepreneurship concepts, form, marketing, management, human resources, financial resources and production.
110 PRINCIPLES OF TRANSPORTATION 3 credits
Analysis of role of transportation in nation's economic development. Survey of historical development and economic aspects of rail, highway, water, air, and pipeline.
117 SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT 3 credits
Prerequisite: 211 or permission. Introduction to small business and entrepreneurship: opportunities and qualifications for establishing, financing, operating and developing managerial policies and procedures for small business
125 ESSENTIALS OF PERSONAL FINANCE 3 credits
Consumer decision making including credit and budgets, time value of money, major purchases, insurance, investments, tax planning, retirement and estate planning.
140 KEYBOARDING 2 credits
Fundamentals in the operation of the keyboard; application emphasis on individual student needs such as resumes, application letters and forms, term reports, abstracting, etc.
170 APPLIED MATH FOR BUSINESS 3 credits
Prerequisite: Completion of 2010:052 or 057 with a grade of C or better or placement test. Mathematics of business including retail pricing, simple and compound interest, discounts, mortgages, payroll, annuities, depreciation, inventory, insurance, taxes, stock and bonds, and basic statistics.
171 BUSINESS CALCULATIONS 3 credits
Applied fundamental mathematical principles within the business setting. Electronic calculator proficiency will be developed through repeated problem-solving applications using these principles.
202 ELEMENTS OF HUMAN RESOURC MGMT 3 credits
Prerequisite: 103 or permission. Provides students with an overview of human resource management functions. Includes planning, EEO/AA, selection, development, legal environment, compensation, labor relations, appraisal systems and career planning.
211 BASIC ACCOUNTING I 3 credits
Accounting for sole proprietorships operating as service and merchandising concerns. Introduction to financial statements. Includes handling of cash, accounts receivable, inventories, plant/equipment, and payroll.
212 BASIC ACCOUNTING II 3 credits
Prerequisite: 211. Accounting as it applies to partnerships and corporations. Includes stocks, bonds, cash flows, financial statement analysis, and specialized accounting software.
213 ESSENTIALS OF MGMT ACCOUNTING 3 credits
Prerequisite: 211. Study of the interpretation and use of accounting data by management in decision making and the planning and controlling of business activities.
214 ESSENTIALS OF INTERMED ACCTG 3 credits
Prerequisite: 212. Study of development of financial accounting theory and its application to problems of financial statement generation, account valuation, analysis of working capital, and determination of net income.
215 COMP APPL FOR ACCT CYCLES 3 credits
Prerequisites: 212, 213, 2540:270. Develops the skills of computer accounting as used in today's marketplace through hands on experience with general ledger accounting software.
216 SURVEY OF COST ACCOUNTING 3 credits
Prerequisite: 213. Provides student with conceptual understanding of how accounting information is developed and used for product costing, decision making and managerial planning and control.
217 SURVEY OF TAXATION 4 credits
Survey course of basic tax concepts, research, planning, and preparation of returns for individuals, partnerships and corporations. Federal, state and local taxes are discussed.
218 AUTOMATED BOOKKEEPING 2 credits
Corequisite: 2420:212. Provides experience with accounting software packages to include the processing of general ledger, accounts receivable, accounts payable, and payroll transactions.
220 APPLIED ACCOUNTING 3 credits
Prerequisites: 212, 213, 2540:270. An applied orientation focusing on all accounting functions through adjusted trial balance and basic payroll skills. Emphasis on skills required for the Certified Bookkeeping designation.
227 ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROJECTS 3 credits
Prerequisite: 103, 104, 117, 212, 243, 2540:270. Requires the student to research, design, and complete a comprehensive business plan which will become the blueprint for a new or existing business.
243 SURVEY IN FINANCE 3 credits
Prerequisites: 170 and 211. Survey of field including instruments, procedures, practices and institutions. Emphasis on basic principles.
245 BUSINESS MGMT ACCTG INTERNSHIP 3 credits
Prerequisites: 212 and 213 or 215 and 216. An accounting field experience exposing the student to the actual accounting environment and general workplace.
246 BUSINESS MANAGMENT INTERNSHIP 3 credits
Prerequisites: 32 credits completed, including: 103, 104, 212, 280, 2040:240, 6300:201. A management field experience exposing the student to the actual management environment and general workplace.
250 PROBLEMS IN BUSINESS MGMT 3 credits
Prerequisites: 103, 104, 212, 243, 2520:101, 2540:270. Capstone course studies the development of solutions and the formulation of policies to solve business problems, emphasizes case studies, group projects, oral and written presentations.
263 PROF COMMUNCTN & PRESENTATIONS 3 credits
Prerequisite or corequisite: 2020:121 or 3300:111. Application of the principles of communication in speeches, business presentations, group discussions, and business documents.
270 BUSINESS SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS 4 credits
Prerequisite: 2440:105; Wayne College students - 2440:125, 2540:241, 253. Use of business application software and critical thinking skills to solve business problems. Word processing, spreadsheets, database, presentation software, integration of applications, and the Internet.
271 DESKTOP PUBLISHING 3 credits
Desktop publishing software used to create printed materials such as newsletters, brochures, and forms. Course addresses design/layout decision and editing skills.
272 MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 2 credits
Introduction to the basic principles of preparation, design, and organization necessary to produce exciting and effective PowerPoint presentations using Microsoft PowerPoint.
280 ESSENTIALS OF BUSINESS LAW 3 credits
History of the law and the judicial system, torts and criminal law affecting business, contracts with emphasis on sales under the UCC, and commercial paper.
290 ST: BUSINESS MANAGEMENT TECHN 1-3 credits
(May be repeated for a total of four credits) Prerequisite: permission. Selected topics or subject areas of interest in business management technology.
300 SUPERVISION IN A TECHNICAL ENV 3 credits
Competencies required for successful transition from individual contributor to supervisor. Emphasis on working effectively with others and self-development as a leader.
301 INFORMATION DESIGN 3 credits
Prerequisites: 2020:121 and 222 or 3300:111 and 112 or equivalent. Principles of visual rhetoric and practice in communicating with text and graphics. Examines the role of design in a variety of workplace communication documents.
302 ETHICAL ISSUES IN THE WRKPLACE 3 credits
Prerequisites: 2020:121 and 222 or 3300:111 and 112 or equivalent. Ethical principles (liability, safety, quality, honesty, confidentiality) in workplace communication. Case studies and projects explore global, legal, and technological issues affecting employee interaction.
310 LDRSHP PRIN & PRAC FOR TEC ORG 3 credits
Prerequisite: 300 or permission. Contemporary perspectives and issues in leadership and supervision. Development of effective leadership characteristics.
311 COMM SRV & LDRSHP IN A GLO CON 3 credits
Prerequisite: 300 or permission. Theory and best practices in community service and leadership in local, national and global settings. Identify leadership opportunities for future contributions.
401 LEADING PROJ TEAMS IN TECH ORG 3 credits
Prerequisite: 310. Examines and applies the operational and human aspects of project team management from conception to completion.
402 ASSESSING & IMPROVING TECH ORG 3 credits
Prerequisites: 3470:250 or 3470:260; and 2420:310. Methods for conducting business process assessments and evaluating results in technical organizations/settings.
420 HUMAN CAPITAL DEV FOR TECH ORG 3 credits
Prerequisite: 310. Overview of current theories and best practices in human capital development.
421 SEN SEMINAR IN ORG SUPERVISION 3 credits
Prerequisite: 402. Integration and application of professional knowledge, skills, and technologies to organizational issues.

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