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BUS-Business

BUS741 - Business Law

The legal aspects of contracts and the results of contractual obligations, negotiable instruments, agency, partnerships, corporations, real and personal property, and sales. (3 crs.)

BUS743 - Business, Society and Government

A survey of social control of industry and business; the course covers government regulation, consumerism and the role of technological change in society. (3 crs.)

BUS745 - Business Ethics

The graduate course provides a framework to identify, analyze, and understand how business people make ethical decisions and deal with ethical issues. Using a case method approach, students will analyze real life business situations and gain insight into the realities and complexity of making decisions in a business environment. (3 crs.)

BUS771 - Quantitative Methods

Introduces mathematical and statistical techniques that have applications in management. (3 crs.)

BUS797 - Research Studies in Business

A special tutorial arrangement between a graduate student and a faculty member that permits guided reading and research in management. The graduate student must submit a proposal to the program coordinator containing an outline and a brief discussion of the planned work and the name of the professor under whom the graduate student wishes to work. The proposal must be approved by the program coordinator and the department chair before the graduate student may register for the course. At the end of the term, the supervising professor will submit the graduate student's grade and research paper to the program coordinator. (3 crs.)

BUS799 - Strategic Management

An integrated course dealing with corporate-level strategic planning and policy from the point of view of chief administrative officers and boards of directors. The case study approach is used. (3 crs.)