The coursework in BUS 210 contributes to the knowledge of strong business decisions within the ambit of business ethics, sustainability, and stakeholder management. The managerial perspective to Business Ethics is enriching enough to assist students, as potential business decision makers, to safeguard the interests of internal and external stakeholders, which includes employees, the immediate community actual and potential investors, and the environment at large. Regulatory and industry mandates are key considerations in the stakeholder models that appear in cases that reflect the discourses, debates, and discretion on ethical issues. Key among most of the issues in the coursework on Business Ethics is the emphasis on the nexus between business and the natural, social, and financial environments.
This is an introductory course to organizational behavior, covering (OB) principles and theories. The aim is to acquaint the student with the basic subject matter of organizational behavior and with the tools of the discipline. The focus is on applying concepts, theories, insights and new thinking to issues or problems that people face in organizations. It offers insights to managerial situations and possible methods to mitigate them.
Principle of Microeconomics is a survey course that is focused on exposing students to how the factors of production are allocated among households, firms, and industries. [In scope, the course] includes discussions about[market] supply and demand for goods and services in economies. Consumer theory is discussed as a vital part of the course. Issues related to production are discussed [in the context of perfection competition, monopolistic competition, oligopoly, monopoly, and monopsony.] Factor pricing in the labor market is also emphasized.
This course introduces the student to the role of marketing in the economy, and covers major marketing topics including institution involved in the marketing process (manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, advertising agencies, marketing research firms, banks, shippers, storage warehouses, and others). The course also examines major tools used by modern marketers (product, price, promotion, place and major environmental forces affecting the marketing process), demographics, economics, ecology, technology, politics and culture.