This course surveys the key characteristics and terminology of the interconnected disciplines of economics, ethics, entrepreneurship, management, marketing, accounting, operations, and information technology. It allows the student to discuss business ethical issues and to explore the opportunities and challenges of starting a new business. It facilitates college success strategies and use of college resources and introduces the student to assignments typical of higher-level business courses with the goal of developing effective oral and written communication, critical thinking, problem solving, interpersonal skills, and ethical behavior.
School of Professional Studies and Management
3 hours of lecture per week