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Note: One 10 minute break is built into each class day. Last day to enroll in this term is July 9. Last day to withdraw from this term with a "W" grade is Monday, July 15.
3 creditsOverviews all marketing activities, with specific study of market research, demographics, product development, pricing, retailing and wholesaling of goods, promotional activities, advertising, sales and selling steps. Uses marketing problems and cases as class activities.
3 creditsPrerequisites: BU123This course concentrates on the personal and business fundamentals required to start and operate a successful new business venture. Topics include case analysis of successful entrepreneurs from inspirational beginnings to personal and business struggles to completion of new venture. The course objective is to provide the knowledge and the ability to identify business opportunities, evaluate potential and to determine venture requirements.
3 creditsAn examination of the relationship between law and society, or the interaction of legal and social variables.The course will focus on identifying the role of law in contemporary society, and problems of defining and studying law; functions and forms of law, the critique of law, and the different legal systems; law in relation to justice and morality; the nature of legal reasoning and discretion; and jurisprudential and sociological theories of law. Anthropological, historical and contextual perspectives on law will be considered. The nature of the legal profession, and selective aspects of legal behavior, will also be examined. The course will conclude with some attention to law and social change.
3 creditsAn exploration of the interaction of communication technologies and society, with an emphasis on politics, advertising and entertainment. Students will have hands-on experiences utilizing a variety of digital technologies, their uses, application and impact in the field of communication. A primary outcome is to have students conversant with the language of the media and to develop competencies in the use of the technologies.
3 creditsIntroduction to Film Study and Appreciation will give students an historical understanding of American film production and a critical perspective from which to view contemporary film. Beginning with the dawn of silent film and continuing through the developments of the new independent cinema, this course will examine Hollywood cinema as an institution: its history, genres, and work as both a cultural form and as an industry.
3 creditsThis course is designed to introduce students to 21st Century technology literacy skills. By leveraging the knowledge and skills students have in using technology, this course, through a collaborative approach, will focus on developing an awareness and knowledge of how to critically analyze and determine the meaningfullness, relevance and applicability of acquired information. In addition, this course will help students enhance their technology literacy skills through the use of new collaboration and communication technology platforms; Live@edu and ePortfolios.
3 creditsHistory of the United States to 1865 is an introductory survey course which covers the colonial period followed by a study of the confederation, constitutional and early national periods. Such topics as governmental development, territorial expansion, abolitionism, women’s rights and the growth of political parties will be discussed. The final section of the course will cover the Civil War and the impact the Civil War had upon American Society.