College Catalog 2013-2014
MNGT 111 Business Mathematics
Basic mathematical processes required for business calculations. Fundamentals of arithmetical operations, business problem solving, linear algebra and logarithms. Interest and discount calculation, allocation and depreciation, markup and markdown, annuities and present value.
MNGT 121 Introduction to Business
The course introduces students to business activity and its role in the free enterprise system. The course gives an overview of economic systems, e-commerce, forms of business ownership, issues of ethical and social responsibility, global business, small business ownership, principles of management, marketing, information technology and systems, accounting, finance and business law.
MNGT 141 Principles of Management
This course reviews the five functions of management (planning, organizing, staffing, leading and controlling) and the history of the development of management theory. It covers in detail the subset concepts and theories associated with the functions. The course explains the universality of management theory in its application within commercial, nonprofit, governmental and other organizational settings. It covers management in its global applications as well as its involvement with organizational ethics and organizational social responsibility. Pre- or corequisite: MNGT 121.
MNGT 142 Management Information Systems
This course provides students with an understanding of the systems analyst’s job requirements and skills, and familiarizes students with the methods of creating and maintaining a management information system. Students are also exposed to management functions and project management techniques and will trace the five phases of a systems study. Data-gathering methods are studied, as well as interviewing and documentation techniques, cost analysis, hardware and software acquisition and the finalization of systems implementation. Prerequisite: MNGT 121.
MNGT 262 Business Law
A study of the key areas of the law as they apply to business including analysis of the advantages and disadvantages of the “S” corporation, “C” corporation, Limited Liability Company, limited and general partnership and sole proprietorships; the Uniform Commercial Code, including the law of sales, warranties and negotiable instruments; contract law and enforceability; liability for negligence and intentional torts; purchase and sale of real estate; and bailment of personal property.
Unless otherwise noted, all college level courses require English 101 placement.