Undergraduate Course Catalog

Business / Management

BS 207 – Personal Finance

  • Course Number: BS 207
  • Department: Business / Management
  • Units: 3
  • Level: Undergraduate

Personal Finance is an introductory finance course where students will learn basic principles of economics and best practices for managing their own finances. Students learn core skills in: money management, creating budgets, developing long-term financial plans to meet their goals, the use of credit, investments, and making overall responsible choices about income and expenses.

BS 301 – Introduction to Business

  • Course Number: BS 301
  • Department: Business / Management
  • Units: 3
  • Level: Undergraduate

This course provides an overview of the functional areas of business, including operations management, human resources management, marketing, accounting, finance, and information technology. Other areas covered include forms of business, ethics & Biblical principles, entrepreneurship, economics, globalization and business law.

BS 302 – Principles of Management

  • Course Number: BS 302
  • Department: Business / Management
  • Units: 3
  • Level: Undergraduate

Principles of Management introduces basic management concepts, principles and practices, along with their application in organizational situations. This course will integrate contemporary management issues with the traditional management functions of planning, organizing, leading and controlling. Topics include the history of management, organizational structure and culture, ethics and social responsibility; managing teams, human resources, communication, information systems, and organizational change.

BS 313 – Coaching and Mentoring for Business

  • Course Number: BS 313
  • Department: Business / Management
  • Units: 3
  • Level: Undergraduate

Coaching and Mentoring for Business focuses on transformation through listening, coaching and mentoring within the realm of business. Coaching and mentoring are such prevalent practices in business, education, and health organizations that workers are likely to find themselves acting as mentor/coach or having a mentor/coach. Coaching theory and skills will be presented through the Co-Active Coaching model that helped define professional coaching. Students will become familiar with practical tools to design and manage formal mentoring partnerships. The main goal of the course is to equip students with the knowledge and skills to make the most of coaching and mentoring relationships.