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BA 2301 (BUSI 2301) Business and Public Law (3 semester hours) Commercial and administrative law, focusing on the law of contracts, agency, bailments, property, and laws of partnerships and corporations. (3-0) Y
BA 3301 Employment Law (3 semester hours) This course will introduce students to the various legal issues that are involved in the modern employment relationship. The topics covered will include employment contracts, employment-at-will, anti-discrimination laws, occupational health and safety, pay equity, employee privacy, and other relevant topics. Prerequisite: BA 2301 or permission of instructor. (3-0) Y
BA 3310 Entrepreneurial Finance for Non-Business Majors (3 semester hours) This course explores the process of raising capital and managing the capital in entrepreneurial new ventures. The course will focus on the issues of forecasting cash flows, cash flow management, capital budgeting, valuation, capital structure and the various financing methods and mechanisms available to entrepreneurs (bootstrapping, angel investors, venture capitalists, IPOs seeking to raise capital for a new venture). Prerequisite: AIM 2301 and at least sophomore standing or consent of instructor. This course cannot be used to fulfill degree requirements by students in the School of Management. (3-0) Y
BA 3311 Business Communications (3 semester hours) This course introduces students to various types of professional communication, both written and oral. Students practice skills in communication styles such as memos, email, research reports, proposals, presentations, and interviews. Students may receive credit for either BA 3311 or AIM 3311 to fulfill degree requirements. Prerequisites: BA 3351, MATH 1325, RHET 1302. (Same as AIM 3311) (3-0) S
BA 3341 Business Finance (3 semester hours) An introduction to financial decision making and the valuation of business enterprises. The course focuses on the use of discounted cash flow techniques in the selection of capital investment projects. Additional topics include financial planning, exchange rates, risk and return trade-offs in financial markets, financing decisions and dividend policy. Pre/Co-requisite: STAT 3360. Prerequisites: AIM 2301, AIM 2302, MATH 1326, and MATH 2333. (3-0) Y
BA 3345 Introduction to Leading and Managing (3 semester hours) This course will deal with theories and techniques of leadership and management. The course will start with a general overview of major theories on leadership and management. The main focus of this course is on the relationship between individual action and group and organizational performance. A major highlight of the course will be discussion of how the Motives-Theory-Practice triad is shaping the business world. Prerequisite: BA 3361 and MATH 1326. (3-0) Y
BA 3351 Introduction to Management Information Systems (3 semester hours) Introduction to basic management information systems using computer concepts and computer applications. Emphasis is on solving problems with computer applications. Computer concepts include computer software, computer hardware, databases, networks, security, mobile computing, and the Internet. Use of word processing, spreadsheet, and database application software to develop PC problem solving skills. Cannot be used to satisfy degree requirements for majors in the School of Engineering and Computer Science. (3-0) S
BA 3352 Production Management (3 semester hours) Applications of operations research methods to production problems. Production processes in the business firm with emphasis on forecasting, production planning, and production control techniques. Prerequisites: MATH 1326, MATH 2333, and STAT 3360. (3-0) Y
BA 3360 Managerial Decision Making (3 semester hours) This course introduces the basic concept of quantitative approaches to decision making. It is designed to provide students with a sound conceptual understanding of the role that quantitative models play in helping business people make better decisions. It emphasizes the application of a wide variety of quantitative techniques to the solution of problems in the areas of finance, economics, marketing and operations. The electronic spreadsheet is used as the principal device for building models, and the course covers the concepts of effective spreadsheet design and use. Prerequisite: MATH 1326. (3-0) Y
BA 3361 Organizational Behavior (3 semester hours) An integrated social science approach to understanding organizational issues. This course explores theories and concepts derived from diverse fields including psychology, sociology, economics and anthropology. The topics include: learning and motivation; attitudes, values and ethics; perception; communication; leadership; group dynamics; decision making; power and politics; conflict and negotiation; and organizational structure. (3-0) S
BA 3365 Principles of Marketing (3 semester hours) Marketing principles including marketing planning, the decision making environment, market measurement, product decisions, promotion, pricing, and distribution. Special emphasis placed upon the determination and evaluation of market segments. (3-0) S
BA 3372 Export Market Development (3 semester hours) Survey of factors affecting export markets. Examination of free trade versus strategic trade; trade protectionism; role and influence of the WTO; impact of regional trade agreements (e.g. NAFTA, EU); supply chain management, logistics and distribution challenges; and trade finance. BA 3372 and BA 3374 cannot both be used to satisfy degree requirements. (3-0) Y
BA 3374 International Marketing (3 semester hours) Analysis of environment of international marketing. Survey of techniques of international marketing management. BA 3372 and BA 3374 cannot both be used to satisfy degree requirements. Prerequisites: BA 3365 and MATH 1326. (3-0) Y
BA 3390 Quantitative Methods in Finance (3 semester hours) The objective of this course is to develop students' ability to use quantitative methods and software (particularly spreadsheet) in financial decision making. Prerequisites: BA 3341, BA 3351 and STAT 3360. (3-0) S
BA 4101 Careers in Management (1 semester hour) The primary objective of this course is to provide students with assistance in making effective career decisions. This is accomplished through the use of career assessments, informational interviews, development of a career plan, as well as both practical and theoretical readings and exercises. Students will prepare resumes, develop effective interviewing skills, explore networking, and job search techniques. (1-0) Y
BA 4199 Senior Honors in Business Administration (1 semester hour) For students conducting independent research for honors theses or projects. Prerequisite: BA 4299. (1-0) S
BA 4299 Thesis Research Methods and Writing Seminar (2 semester hours) This course will prepare Honors Students to write their Honors Thesis. Various research methods ranging from survey to archival will be discussed. Students will choose a method, pick a research question, and produce an outline and introduction to their thesis topic. Junior standing and permission of the instructor required. (2-0) S
BA 4305 Strategic Management (3 semester hours) Capstone-level course requiring integration of all fields of business. Students will draw on their broadened awareness of various environmental influences (social and political) to solve business problems. Management alternatives will be examined with an ethical perspective relating policy trends to the strategic planning mode. Pre/Co-requisite: BA 4371. Prerequisites: BA 3341, BA 3351, BA 3352, BA 3361 and BA 3365. (3-0) S
BA 4307 Corporations, Politics and Society (3 semester hours) Overview of the corporation as a political participant in the American political system. Topics include corporate political action committees, business lobbying, grassroots programs, Federal Election Campaign Act, and labor involvement. (3-0) Y
BA 4308 Entrepreneurship (3 semester hours) This course explores all aspects of entrepreneurship and the process of creating new ventures. Topics will include the role of entrepreneurship in the economy, opportunity recognition and evaluation, bootstrapping, entrepreneurial strategies, venture finance, writing a business plan and managing the growth process. Student teams will prepare and present business plans during the semester. Prerequisite: AIM 2300 or AIM 2301. (3-0) Y
BA 4309 Regulation of Business and Financial Markets (3 semester hours) This course examines the legal and regulatory environment of business and financial markets. Comparisons between the impact of these laws and their original intent are considered, as well as their ethical dimensions. Prerequisites: ECO 2302 and MATH 1325. (3-0) Y
BA 4310 Entrepreneurial Finance (3 semester hours) This course explores the process of raising capital and managing the capital in entrepreneurial new ventures. The course will focus on the issues of forecasting cash flows, cash flow management, capital budgeting, valuation, capital structure and the various financing methods and mechanisms available to entrepreneurs (bootstrapping, angel investors, venture capitalists, IPOs seeking to raise capital for a new venture). Prerequisites: AIM 2301 and BA 3341. (3-0) Y
BA 4311 Entrepreneurial Strategy (3 semester hours) This course is designed to show students how to identify potential business opportunities, determine what constitutes a good business model, and to strategically implement a business proposal. Topics of focus include an overview of the entrepreneurial process, determinants of venture success in high tech and other business environments, and strategies for industry entry and venture growth. Prerequisites: AIM 2300 or AIM 2301 and at least sophomore standing. (3-0) Y
BA 4318 Programming in Visual Basic (3 semester hours) Business application development using Visual Basic. Topics include fundamental Basic programming, graphical user interface programming, ActiveX and data controls, and integration with other applications such as Access. Prerequisites: BA 3351, MATH 1326, and MATH 2333. (3-0) Y
BA 4319 Programming in C++ (3 semester hours) This course will introduce students to concepts in object-oriented programming. Students will develop application programs using C++. Application development using Java will also be introduced. Cannot be used to satisfy degree requirements for majors in the School of Engineering and Computer Science. Prerequisites: BA 4318, MATH 1326, and MATH 2333. (3-0) T
BA 4320 Desktop Computing with Applications (3 semester hours) Use of microcomputer applications for the development of effective business solutions. The primary thrust of this course is to provide students with a strong understanding of Web design principles in the planning, graphics development, publishing, maintaining, and publicizing of a Web site. Business Modeling and applied Business Process analysis will also be covered. Emphasis is placed on using productivity applications to increase productivity in a business environment. Software applications used by students will include a spreadsheet, HTML, presentation/web graphics, and word processing. Cannot be used to satisfy degree requirements for majors in the School of Engineering and Computer Science. Prerequisites: BA 3351 and MATH 1325. (3-0) S
BA 4321 Database Fundamentals (3 semester hours) Database theories, conceptual data modeling techniques, database management, and database development practice with emphasis on relational database systems. Topics include entity-relationship data model, data planning, data administration, SQL, relational theories, distributed databases, database development project, and other database management issues, such as concurrency control, data security, and integrity. A database management system software package is used to implement working database systems. Cannot be used to satisfy degree requirements for majors in the School of Engineering and Computer Science. AIM 3321 and BA 4321 cannot both be used to satisfy degree requirements. Prerequisites: AIM 2301, AIM 2302, BA 3351 and MATH 1325. (Same as AIM 3321) (3-0) Y
BA 4322 Systems Analysis and Design (3 semester hours) An overview of systems development methodologies will be presented. In addition to concepts in systems analysis and design, the students will be exposed to concepts in project management, and information gathering techniques. Projects focusing on the use of CASE tools will also be an integral part of the course. Cannot be used to satisfy degree requirements for majors in the School of Engineering and Computer Science. Prerequisites: BA 4321, MATH 1326, and MATH 2333. (3-0) Y
BA 4323 Business Data Communications (3 semester hours) IS managers need to have an in-depth understanding of a gamut of issues relating to data communication and distributed processing, including technical, economic, and managerial details. The course will focus on currently observed industry trends, including the digital convergence of voice, video and data, enterprise-wide connectivity, distributed computing environments, and the massive demand for Internet-based open systems. Cannot be used to satisfy degree requirements for majors in the School of Engineering and Computer Science. Prerequisites: BA 3351, MATH 1326 and MATH 2333. (3-0) Y
BA 4324 Information Systems Management (3 semester hours) Management of the information technology within an organization is a critical activity. Students will be introduced to issues relating to IT investment, management of IT, and using IT for competitive advantage. Prerequisites: BA 3351, MATH 1326 and MATH 2333. (3-0) Y
BA 4326 Systems Development Project (3 semester hours) Students will be required to perform analysis, design, and implementation of a real-life project within an organization. Students will be organized into teams and will be required to use the concepts taught in the earlier classes on systems development. Cannot be used to satisfy degree requirements for majors in the School of Engineering and Computer Science. Prerequisites: BA 4318, BA 4322 and BA 4323. (3-0) Y
BA 4328 Decision Support and Expert Systems (3 semester hours) The course will focus on the design and development of Decision Support and Expert Systems. The development of Intelligent Systems and the role they play in the organization will also be addressed. Prerequisites: BA 4321, MATH 1326, and MATH 2333. (3-0) T
BA 4329 Electronic Commerce (3 semester hours) As an increasing number of business transactions take place using an electronic medium, there is a need for business managers to understand how these new technologies transform the way companies and individuals are doing business. This course offers a general background on electronic commerce and its impact on business. Topics include the evolution of information systems, economics of electronic transactions, Internet marketing, and issues related to virtual organizations. Prerequisites: BA 3351, MATH 1326, and MATH 2333. (3-0) T
BA 4330 Information Technology Security and Audit (3 semester hours) This course provides an overview of common security practices and introduces the concepts related to applied security technologies. Topics include cryptography (encryption and decryption, digital signatures and certificates), risk management (threat analysis, cost benefit analysis), security audit (intrusion detection and security assurance), disaster recovery (contingency planning, incident handling, security training and awareness), network security technologies (firewalls, VPN), security policy (types of policy, implementation considerations, workplace privacy), and E-Commerce security issues (security requirements, hacker techniques, online privacy). Cannot be used to satisfy degree requirements for majors in the School of Engineering and Computer Science. Prerequisite: BA 4323. (3-0) Y
BA 4331 Programming in JAVA (3 semester hours) Business application development using JAVA. Topics include the fundamentals of Java programming, applets programming for web-based systems, and object-oriented programming concepts. Cannot be used to satisfy degree requirements for majors in the School of Engineering and Computer Science. Prerequisites: BA 4318, MATH 1326 and MATH 2333. (3-0) Y
BA 4332 Negotiation and Dispute Resolution (3 semester hours) This course explores the theories, processes and practical techniques of negotiation so that students can successfully negotiate and resolve disputes in a variety of situations including interpersonal and group settings. Emphasis is placed on understanding influence and conflict resolution strategies; identifying interests, issues, and positions of the parties involved; analyzing co-negotiators, their negotiation styles, and the negotiation situations; and managing the dynamics associated with most negotiations. Practical skills are developed through the use of simulations and exercises. Prerequisites: BA 3361 or consent of instructor and MATH 1325. (3-0) Y
BA 4333 Performance Management (3 semester hours) This course presents human and intellectual capital as a sustainable competitive advantage and provides the student with tools to more effectively use human assets to increase productivity. The course explores psychological technologies used to empower and motivate employees, reduce stress in the workplace, and increase emotional intelligence. The technologies are combined with organizational design tools to create high performance workplace environments. Prerequisites: BA 3361 and MATH 1326. (3-0) T
BA 4335 Marketing Research (3 semester hours) This course provides an overview of the entire marketing research process which includes problem definition, research design, use of secondary data, collecting primary data, designing surveys, sampling, fieldwork, basic data analysis, and reporting of findings. Emphasis will be on using market research to make better marketing decisions. Students are expected to know basic marketing and have an aptitude for quantitative analysis. Prerequisites: BA 3365 and STAT 3360. (3-0) Y
BA 4336 Marketing Strategy (3 semester hours) This course provides an overview of how strategy is developed in marketing. This course emphasizes the integration of knowledge from previous marketing courses and related disciplines. Topics include planning and development of policies, implementation and evaluation of the entire marketing strategy. Case analyses and/or simulation games are employed. Prerequisites: BA 3365, MATH 1326 and MATH 2333. (3-0) Y
BA 4337 Product and Brand Management (3 semester hours) This course discusses concepts and cases of planning, building, measuring and management of brands and products. It covers topics such as new product development, branding, brand equity, product and service quality, brand positioning, perceptual mapping, long term brand management, and the product life cycle. Prerequisites: BA 3365, MATH 1326 and MATH 2333. (3-0) Y
BA 4338 Sales and Distribution Management (3 semester hours) This course covers professional selling practices and sales management (including functions, evaluation, and compensation of sales force), as well as wholesaling and retailing (including positioning, merchandising, inventory, pricing, buying, advertising, promotion, services and customer satisfaction), and channel management (design, functions, logistics, supply chain and channel relationships). Prerequisites: BA 3365, MATH 1326 and MATH 2333. (3-0) Y
BA 4339 Advertising (3 semester hours) Examine the principles and practice of Advertising, PR and Promotions. Topics include: the role of the ad agency; the advertising plan based on marketing, research, and consumer behavior; Integrated Marketing Communications; communication goals and measurement, advertising, budgeting, advertising buying, media planning, media scheduling, and art, copy, creativity and production of ads in different media. We also discuss social, ethical and legal issues in advertising. Prerequisites: BA 3365, MATH 1326 and MATH 2333. (3-0) Y
BA 4345 Financial Markets and Institutions (3 semester hours) Examines the operation of financial markets and financial intermediaries, along with their role in providing financing to the corporate and public sectors of the economy. The objective of this course is to provide detailed knowledge of a variety of financial instruments and the markets in which they trade. Topics covered include the banking system, the markets for short-term securities, financial derivatives, and the market for foreign exchange. Prerequisite: BA 3341. (3-0) S
BA 4346 Investment Management (3 semester hours) Examines a wide range of issues concerning the management risk and the measurement of investment performance. The objective of the course is to provide an understanding of the role of modern financial theory in portfolio management and to present a framework for addressing a wide range of issues in the management of financial assets. The topics covered include valuation, the measurement of risk and portfolio performance, the management of portfolios of fixed income securities, and derivative securities. Prerequisite: BA 3390 and STAT 3360. (3-0) S
BA 4347 Applied Corporate Finance (3 semester hours) Integrates a variety of advanced topics in corporate financial decision making in examining the development of the financial strategy of the firm. Emphasis will be placed on the valuation of the firm and the impact of financial markets on corporate investment and financing decisions. Prerequisite: BA 3390. (3-0) Y
BA 4348 Options and Futures Markets (3 semester hours) Examines the valuation of derivative securities such as options and futures contracts, as well as the use of these instruments in managing business and financial risks. The topics to be covered include the pricing of futures contracts, swaps, and options, as well as the use of derivative instruments in hedging, portfolio insurance, and exotic options. Prerequisite: BA 4346. (3-0) Y
BA 4349 Management of Financial Institutions (3 semester hours) Study of the financial management of commercial banks and other financial intermediaries. Emphasis will be given to the analysis of financial performance, lending decisions, asset-liability management, and the management of institutional capital requirements. Additionally, strategic considerations such as evolving information technology, the changing regulatory environment and the impact of global competition in financial services will be examined. Prerequisite: BA 3390. (3-0) Y
BA 4350 Personal Financial Management and Planning (3 semester hours) Application of the principles of financial management to lifetime consumption and retirement planning. Emphasizes the integration of personal savings and investment decisions with life insurance programs and estate planning. Topics covered include the role of property, health, life insurance; tax-deferred investment vehicles, as well as fixed income and equity investment alternatives such as mutual funds. Prerequisite: BA 4346. (3-0) Y
BA 4354 Insurance and Risk Management (3 semester hours) Study of different types of insurance products and associated risk management issues. Prerequisite: BA 3390. (3-0) Y
BA 4355 E-Business Technologies and Web Applications (3 semester hours) The objective of this class will be to gain an understanding of the Information Technologies (IT) that support and drive E-business and E-business applications. The emphasis in the class will be on the IT architecture of an E-business. Specifically we will study technologies that underlie the Internet and Web, together with client-side and server-side computing. Cannot be used to satisfy degree requirements for majors in the School of Engineering and Computer Science. Prerequisites: BA 4318 and BA 4321. (3-0) Y
BA 4356 Enterprise Resource Planning (3 semester hours) The objective of this course is to introduce the concept of Enterprise Resource Planning and to understand the issues in the selection and implementation of ERP software. There will also be a discussion on the architectural issues involved in executing a client-server application. Students will get hands-on experience with available ERP software and learn about implementation issues that arise in real organizations. Cannot be used to satisfy degree requirements for majors in the School of Engineering and Computer Science. Prerequisites: BA 3351, MATH 1326, and MATH 2333. (3-0) Y
BA 4360 Cases in Personal Financial Planning (3 semester hours) Case studies involving different personal financial planning issues. Prerequisites: AIM 3351, BA 4350, and BA 4354 or permission of the instructor. (3-0) T
BA 4361 International Finance Management (3 semester hours) Study of world financial markets and institutions, foreign exchange exposure and management, foreign direct investment, and issues involved in the financial management of multinational firms. Prerequisite: BA 3341. (3-0) Y
BA 4366 Introduction to Supply Chain Management (3 semester hours) This course introduces the key players and challenges in a supply chain (SC). Type of facilities, inventory and transportation options, and the role of information in running SCs are discussed. The objectives of different players in SCs are laid out and contrasted with each other. This motivates the discussion of integration/coordination of the players, a central theme in SC management. Operations and tradeoffs in service supply chains (i.e., air/sea lines, health care, hotels, and restaurants) are examined. Prerequisite: BA 3352. (3-0) Y
BA 4367 Introduction to Project Management (3 semester hours) Project management is concerned with the management and control of a group of interrelated tasks required to be completed in an efficient and timely manner for the successful accomplishment of the objectives of an overall project. Since each project is usually unique in terms of task structure, risk characteristics and objectives, the management of projects is significantly different from the management of repetitive processes designed to produce a series of similar products or services. Large-scale projects are characterized by a significant commitment of organizational and economic resources coupled with a high degree of uncertainty. The objective of this course is to enhance the ability of participants to respond to the challenges of large-scale projects so that they can be more effective as project managers. We study in detail up-to-date concepts, models, and techniques useful for the evaluation. Prerequisite: BA 3352. (3-0) Y
BA 4368 Lean and Six Sigma Processes (3 semester hours) Six Sigma is a disciplined, data-driven methodology for eliminating defects in any process, including manufacturing and service operations. Lean manufacturing/service focuses on improving the speed of a process and the elimination of waste, primarily by reducing non-value-added steps. The concept of Six Sigma deals with the inefficiencies/waste caused by defects, overproduction, and extra processing. Topics covered include concepts and theory of quality control in manufacturing and service operations, analysis of product design and process capability, and statistical process control. In this course, students will develop a broad understanding of Lean and Six Sigma principles and practice, and acquire knowledge about Lean and Six Sigma initiatives in manufacturing/service operations. Prerequisite: BA 3352. (3-0) Y
BA 4369 Integrated SCM Information Systems (3 semester hours) This course will introduce the concept of an integrated supply chain management system such as SAP's Enterprise Resource Planning System. Students will: 1) learn the elements of an ERP application, 2) understand the concepts of end-to-end supply chain management, 3) define the basic master data needed to create a supply chain plan, 4) forecast demand using several statistical methods, 5) plan inventories using MRP and re-order point techniques, 6) execute the supply chain plan through the production process, 7) view the completed inventories after production. Prerequisites: BA 3352 and BA 4366 or permission of the instructor. (3-0) Y
BA 4371 International Business (3 semester hours) Examination of worldwide patterns of trade and investment. Overview of financial, managerial, and marketing problems confronted by multinational firms. Prerequisites: BA 3365, MATH 1326 and MATH 2333. Pre/Corequisite: BA 3341. (3-0) S
BA 4372 International Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management (3 semester hours) The course examines cultural complexity in the uncontrollable business environments in foreign markets. The course covers management of problems derived from cultural differences, the lack of adaptability of expatriates and their families in host countries, and recruitment, training and motivation for international assignments. Prerequisites: BA 3361, MATH 1326 and MATH 2333. (3-0) Y
BA 4373 Global Strategy (3 semester hours) Study of the challenges that multinational firms face, including managing across national borders, managing international strategic alliances, managing headquarters-subsidiary relationships, and developing global capabilities. Prerequisites: BA 4371, MATH 1326 and MATH 2333. (3-0) Y
BA 4380 Effective Management in Today's Business Environment (3 semester hours) This course focuses on the successes and failures of enterprises and the people who run them. We examine the essential elements of leadership in businesses that either lead to sustainable competitive advantage or take the company into crisis and decline. Prerequisites: BA 3311 or permission of the instructor, and BA 3361. (3-0) Y
BA 4V81 Business Administration Individual Study in Decision Sciences (1-3 semester hours) May be repeated for credit as topics vary (9 hours maximum). ([1-3] -0) R
BA 4V82 Business Administration Individual Study in Finance (1-3 semester hours) May be repeated for credit as topics vary (9 hours maximum). ([1-3] -0) R
BA 4V83 Business Administration Individual Study in Marketing (1-3 semester hours) May be repeated for credit as topics vary (9 hours maximum). ([1-3] -0) R
BA 4V84 Business Administration Individual Study in Organizational Strategy and International Management (1-3 semester hours) May be repeated for credit as topics vary (9 hours maximum). ([1-3] -0) R
BA 4V90 Management Internship (1-3 semester hours) This course is designed to further develop a student's business knowledge through appropriate developmental work experiences in a real business environment. Students are required to identify and submit specific Business Learning Objectives (Goals) at the beginning of the semester. At the end of the semester students must prepare an oral presentation, reflecting on the knowledge gained in the work experience. Student performance is evaluated by the work supervisor. May be repeated for credit (6 hours maximum). ([1-3]-0) S
BA 4V91 Seminar Series in Decision Sciences (1-3 semester hours) Discussion of selected topics and theories in the decision sciences. May be repeated for credit as topics vary (9 hours maximum). ([1-3] -0) R
BA 4V92 Seminar Series in Finance (1-3 semester hours) Discussion of selected topics and theories in finance. May be repeated for credit as topics vary (9 hours maximum). ([1-3])-0) R
BA 4V93 Seminar Series in Marketing (1-3 semester hours) Discussion of selected topics and theories in marketing. May be repeated for credit as topics vary (9 hours maximum). ([1-3] -0) R
BA 4V94 Seminar Series in Organizational Behavior, Strategy and International Management (3 semester hours) Discussion of selected topics and theories in organizational behavior, strategy and international management. May be repeated for credit as topics vary (9 hours maximum) ([1-3]-0) R
BA 4V95 Seminar Series in Information Systems (1-3 semester hours) Discussion of selected topics and theories in information systems. May be repeated for credit as topics vary (9 hours maximum). Prerequisite: BA 4318. ([1-3] -0) R
BA 4V96 Seminar Series in Operations Management (1-3 semester hours) Discussion of selected topics and theories in operations management. May be repeated for credit as topics vary (9 hours maximum) ([1-3]-0) R

Special Topics
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BA 4V00 Special Topics (1-3 semester hours) May be lecture, readings, or individualized study. May be repeated for credit as topics vary (9 hours maximum). (Same as ATEC 4340 when topic is Issues in Arts and Technology) ([1-3]-0) S