ACCT 1301 – Foundations of Financial and Managerial Accounting
Often described best as, “How to watch the money in any organization,” this course is an introduction to basic accounting for non-accountants, which helps gain familiarity with accounting terminology. It covers accounting for external reporting (financial) & managerial accounting for internal decision making.
ECON 3371 – Free Enterprise & Conscious Capitalism
This course examines the relationship between Free Enterprise, the Founding Fathers, our US heritage and the newer, “rebranded version,” known as Conscious Capitalism. The focus is on entrepreneurship and enterprises that produce positive impacts on society through successful organizations.
MGMT 4330 – Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
The course content is augmented with business case studies and interactions with successful entrepreneurs.
MGMT 4289 & UNIV 4189 – Individual & Organizational Success
These two classes are co-requisites and junior standing or above is also a prerequisite for both. The course looks at private vs. group practices, small vs. large businesses, and non-profits vs. for-profit organizations. It explores the similarities and differences along with the commonalities of all successful undertakings. Two hour part is all students together with the one hour part being major-specific guided study; then all is shared in the combined class again.
MGMT 4365 – Strategy for Sustainable Business
This course promotes and enhances environmental protection and strives to increase social equity with economic growth. Sustainability is studied as a foundation for creativity, innovation and staying competitive.
MGMT 4369 – Practicum in Entrepreneurship & Small Business Competition
This is the capstone of the minor, where teams experience idea generation, develop plans to assess market potential, identify appropriate missions and goals, develop a business plan (including funding sources), and resource requirements (capital and human).