• This course examines the principles, techniques, and uses of accounting in the planning and control of business organizations from the management perspective. This includes both manufacturing and service organizations. Identified are the budgetary processes and related performance evaluation techniques, cost volume to profit relationships, and product costing methods. Cost topics include Accumulation and Product Costing, Budgetary Planning, Activity-based Management Measurement Reporting, and Control Responsibility Accounting Managerial Decision Making.
  • This course studies International trade transactions, ways they are planned and organized in their contemporary environments. The emphasis is put on business opportunities and untapped economic and human resource potentials in all areas in East, West, and Southeast Asia. Some areas of study are manufacturing, communications, transportation and entertainment.
  • This course is an evaluation of human resource requirements of a firm including recruiting, screening, and selection. This course provides an overview to the basic human resources management functions: employment, employee relations, training and development, performance systems, compensation, benefits, and human resources information systems. Case evaluations of the most recent issues in the U.S. and international market place are analyzed.
  • This course is intended for those who have substantial database management experience or have taken a course in database management systems. It is designed for students who want to write computer programs for the development of a business system. Topics include the business environment and challenges for database applications; advanced database application modeling; database implementation issues; and data warehousing and client/server architecture.
  • This course examines buying and selling between nations. Students will understand the fundamentals of profitable exporting and importing. Identifying consumer needs and knowing how to supply them are other topics that are analyzed. Financial tools that are used to minmize risks and the proper documentation procedures are studies. A student project will be assigned in which the student will prepare a market survey of a potential overseas market.
  • This course examines how new information technologies and networks affect the exchange of goods and services between buyers and sellers in the twenty-first century. Evaluation of key corporate strategies and initiatives in electronic commerce and the enabling network and user interface technologies which have redefined business.