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Business Core

    Designed to provide the student with the ability to understand the basic tasks of statistics and to develop a working knowledge of the concepts and principles of the basic practice of statistics.
    Credits: 3.00
    Prerequisites: (MATH 1111 Minimum Grade: C or MTH 110 Minimum Grade: C) or (MTH 108 Minimum Grade: C and MTH 109 Minimum Grade: C) or MATH 1113 Minimum Grade: C or MATH 1101 Minimum Grade: C or MATH 1120 Minimum Grade: C
      A second course in statistics, including analysis of variance, regression analysis, nonparametric statistical tests, chi square, time series analysis, decision theory, linear programming, and inventory models
      Credits: 3.00
      Prerequisites: BUSA 3050 Minimum Grade: C
      Theory and practice in the use of correct, forceful English in the composition of business letters, reports, and other written communication found in the business world.
      Credits: 3.00
      Prerequisites: ENGL 1102 Minimum Grade: C or ENG 102 Minimum Grade: C or ENGL 1102H Minimum Grade: C
      An introduction to promotion and organization of the corporation, forms of securities issued, problems of financial administration, expansion, securing funds, reorganization, and liquidation
      Credits: 3.00
      Prerequisites: ACCT 2101 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 205 Minimum Grade: C or ACCT 2101H Minimum Grade: C
      Principles and methods involved in the movement of goods and services from producer to consumer
      Credits: 3.00
      Prerequisites: None
      Management principles applicable to all types of cooperative enterprises. The vital functions of the manager are studied in detail.
      Credits: 3.00
      Prerequisites: None
      An introduction to the nature and environment of international business, multinational business operations, and the future of international business.
      Credits: 3.00
      Prerequisites: None
      A study of business strategy and strategic planning in relation to company resources, the environment, and changes which may bring opportunities or threats. An opportunity to apply one's skills through strategic case analysis and through the management of a manufacturing firm in a computer-simulated business situation.
      Credits: 3.00
      Prerequisites: (MGNT 3600 Minimum Grade: C or MGT 312 Minimum Grade: C) and (MKTG 3800 Minimum Grade: C or MKT 320 Minimum Grade: C) and (BUSA 3150 Minimum Grade: C or BUS 313 Minimum Grade: C) and (BUSA 3050 Minimum Grade: C or BUS 350 Minimum Grade: C)

    Major Classes

      This course is designed to provide the basic concepts and theories involved with developing and maintaining personal exchange relationships. Students participate in experiential exercises and selling role-playing to develop an understanding and appreciation of the skills required in being a successful salesperson
      Credits: 3.00
      Prerequisites: MKTG 3800 Minimum Grade: C or MKT 320 Minimum Grade: C
      This course is a natural blending of psychology, social psychology, cultural anthropology, sociology, and marketing. Based on empirical research on what the consumer does and why, the course focuses on practical guidelines for the marketing manager. Decision-making models are analyzed, and implications for influencing decisions are highlighted. Although heavily laden with the conceptual frameworks of behavioral science, Consumer Behavior is taught as a marketing course.
      Credits: 3.00
      Prerequisites:  MKTG 3800 or MKT 3200
        An overview of methods, procedures, strategies, and applications in communicating with consumer and business markets as an integral part of the promotion function with respect to mass communications (advertising and public relations), personal selling, direct marketing, and sales promotion. The various media which may be employed in these forms of the promotion function and the effects upon resulting buyer behavior will be evaluated and considered in their specific applications.
        Credits: 3.00
        Prerequisites:  MKTG 3800 Minimum Grade: C or MKT 320 Minimum Grade: C
          An overview of methods, procedures, strategies, and applications in the management of channels of distribution of products and services from producer to final consumer sale. This includes retailing for consumer goods, personnel selling and sales management for business goods, as well as transportation and logistics services. Consumer behavior for household purchasing in the retail market and business buying behavior in the business market are also included.
          Credits: 3.00
          Prerequisites:  MKTG 3800 or MKT 3200
            An extension of the descriptive aspects of marketing principles into the arena of application. Emphasis is placed on the marketing planning process, environmental analysis, strategic marketing, and the effective implementation of marketing plans.
            Credits: 3.00
            Prerequisites:  (MKTG 3800 Minimum Grade: C or MKT 320 Minimum Grade: C) and (MGNT 3600 Minimum Grade: C or MGT 312 Minimum Grade: C)
            A course to provide the student with a working knowledge of the principles and theory of business research applied specifically to the marketing environment. The course stresses both concepts and application
            Credits: 3.00
            Prerequisites:  A course to provide the student with a working knowledge of the principles and theory of business research applied specifically to the marketing environment. The course stresses both concepts and application
              An introduction to the principles of real estate analysis and utilization. Subjects include the nature of real property, the legal instruments involved in real property transactions, market analysis and the determinants of real estate values, the appraisal process, investment and financial analysis, and public policy aspects of real estate planning and utilization.
              Credits: 3.00
              Prerequisites:  (MKTG 3800 Minimum Grade: C or MKT 320 Minimum Grade: C)
                This course is designed to provide students the basic concepts about managing a sales force and how to apply them to solve business problems. In addition, the course will introduce students to the sequence of activities that guide sales managers in the creation and administration of a successful sales program
                Credits: 3.00
                Prerequisites:  (MKTG 3800 Minimum Grade: C or MKT 320 Minimum Grade: C)
                  A course which examines the unique nature of marketing sport both as a participatory and spectator event. Emphasis is upon understanding the synergy of marketing, sport, and society. Consideration is given to marketing collegiate and professional sports.
                  Credits: 3.00
                  Prerequisites:  MKTG 3800 Minimum Grade: C or MKT 320 Minimum Grade: C

                  Business Core

                    Designed to provide the student with the ability to understand the basic tasks of statistics and to develop a working knowledge of the concepts and principles of the basic practice of statistics.
                    Credits: 3.00
                    Prerequisites: (MATH 1111 Minimum Grade: C or MTH 110 Minimum Grade: C) or (MTH 108 Minimum Grade: C and MTH 109 Minimum Grade: C) or MATH 1113 Minimum Grade: C or MATH 1101 Minimum Grade: C or MATH 1120 Minimum Grade: C
                      A second course in statistics, including analysis of variance, regression analysis, nonparametric statistical tests, chi square, time series analysis, decision theory, linear programming, and inventory models
                      Credits: 3.00
                      Prerequisites: BUSA 3050 Minimum Grade: C
                      Theory and practice in the use of correct, forceful English in the composition of business letters, reports, and other written communication found in the business world.
                      Credits: 3.00
                      Prerequisites: ENGL 1102 Minimum Grade: C or ENG 102 Minimum Grade: C or ENGL 1102H Minimum Grade: C
                      An introduction to promotion and organization of the corporation, forms of securities issued, problems of financial administration, expansion, securing funds, reorganization, and liquidation
                      Credits: 3.00
                      Prerequisites: ACCT 2101 Minimum Grade: C or ACT 205 Minimum Grade: C or ACCT 2101H Minimum Grade: C
                      Principles and methods involved in the movement of goods and services from producer to consumer
                      Credits: 3.00
                      Prerequisites: None
                      Management principles applicable to all types of cooperative enterprises. The vital functions of the manager are studied in detail.
                      Credits: 3.00
                      Prerequisites: None
                      An introduction to the nature and environment of international business, multinational business operations, and the future of international business.
                      Credits: 3.00
                      Prerequisites: None
                      A study of business strategy and strategic planning in relation to company resources, the environment, and changes which may bring opportunities or threats. An opportunity to apply one's skills through strategic case analysis and through the management of a manufacturing firm in a computer-simulated business situation.
                      Credits: 3.00
                      Prerequisites: (MGNT 3600 Minimum Grade: C or MGT 312 Minimum Grade: C) and (MKTG 3800 Minimum Grade: C or MKT 320 Minimum Grade: C) and (BUSA 3150 Minimum Grade: C or BUS 313 Minimum Grade: C) and (BUSA 3050 Minimum Grade: C or BUS 350 Minimum Grade: C)

                    Major Classes

                      The current status of legal statutes and issues in human resource management is analyzed. Emerging issues and trends are explored. Taught fall term only.
                      Credits: 3.00
                      Prerequisites: MGNT 3600 or MGT 3120
                      This course is intended as an overview of the field of human resource management for the non-major. Emphasis will be placed on management responsibilities regarding the organization's human resources
                      Credits: 3.00
                      Prerequisites:  MGNT 3600 or MGT 3120
                        The theory and application of behavioral interaction within organizations. Extensive use is made of practice exercises that require organizational effort in the classroom.
                        Credits: 3.00
                        Prerequisites:  MGNT 3600 or MGT 3120
                          An overview of the personnel management function in organizations. It serves as an introductory course for the prospective personnel officer and as a survey of personnel responsibilities and activities for any manager with supervisory responsibilities. Taught fall term only.
                          Credits: 3.00
                          Prerequisites:  (MGNT 3600 or MGT 312) and (MGNT 3670)
                            This course comes under the broad area of financial management and deals with rewards for the supply of labor. It addresses the ways in which both tangible and intangible forms of compensation may be used to motivate and reward employee performance. The course also deals with job analysis, job description and job evaluation on the basis of compensable factors as well as designing an equitable pay structure. Additionally, compensation management analyzes the influence of unions and government in determining the compensation of the labor force. It deals with the compensation of both hourly workers and managerial employees. Taught spring term only.
                            Credits: 3.00
                            Prerequisites:  MGNT 3600 Minimum Grade: C or MGT 312 Minimum Grade: C
                            An analysis of the industrial relations problems between organized labor and management, and the interrelationships of the union, its members, and the nonunion workers.
                            Credits: 3.00
                            Prerequisites:  MGNT 3600 or MGT 3120
                              This course is designed for senior Human Resources students. It acts as a capstone course, and is conducted as a seminar. Current issues in the field of Human Resources will serve as the springboard for discussion and research. Students will have the opportunity to engage others in their field, and the instructor, in a collegial atmosphere designed to stimulate an appreciation and thorough understanding of the issues in the field. Taught spring term only
                              Credits: 3.00
                              Prerequisites:  MGNT 4670 Minimum Grade: C or MGT 421 Minimum Grade: C

                               

                               

                               

                              Homecoming 2016 Mardi Gras

                              Monday, Feb. 15

                              7 p.m. - Coronation: Fine Arts Theater*
                              9 p.m. - SGA Bonfire Kickoff and Dance Team Party: GSW Lakehouse*

                              Tuesday, Feb. 16

                              11 a.m.-1 p.m. - Jambalaya Cook-Off Contest: Student Success Center 2nd Floor Corridor*
                              1-3 p.m. - KD Confidence Wall: Centennial Plaza*
                              4 p.m. - Counseling Services Social Media Awareness*
                              8 p.m. - Movie Night Showing: "Princess & the Frog* 

                              Wednesday, Feb. 17

                              10 a.m.-3 p.m. - American Red Cross Blood Drive*
                              11 a.m. - Spoken Word, Lady Caress: TBD*
                              2 p.m. & 4 p.m. - Women's Softball vs. Columbus State*
                              5 p.m. - CAB, SABU, SUAVE Sips & Strokes
                              7:06 p.m. - Alpha Phi Alpha's Pour It Up Education Session?
                              6, 8, 9, & 10 p.m. - Intramural Basketball Games

                              Thursday, Feb. 18

                              12-4 p.m. - ZTA's Sun Dazed: Magnolia 2 Trees*
                              4 p.m. - AAMI Homecoming Speaker: Carter 1 Lecture Hall
                              6 p.m.-8 p.m. - SAAB Lip Sync Contest*
                              8:30 p.m. - Masquerade Ball & Life Sized Games: Oaks 1 Lobby

                              Friday, Feb. 18

                              9:30 a.m. - Stacks on Stacks on Stacks: Oaks 1
                              11 a.m.-1 p.m. - "The Big Event" Service Day*
                              2-5 p.m. - Intramural Basketball Games
                              6 p.m. - Alumni Dinner and Awards Presentation: Wheatley Administration Building
                              7 p.m. - NPHC Block Party: Marshall Student Center Driveway Loop

                              Saturday, Feb. 20

                              8 a.m. (7-8 a.m. check-in) - Alumni Association Homecoming Fun Run 1 mile & 5K: GSW Tennis Courts
                              1 p.m.
                              - Baseball vs. North Georgia
                              11 a.m.-1 p.m. - Tailgate Party: Centennial Plaza
                              1:30 & 3:30 p.m. - Women's & Men's Basketball vs. Georgia College
                              2 & 4 p.m. - Softball vs. Southern Wesleyan
                              5 p.m. - Baseball vs. North Georgia
                              5:30 p.m. - Parents Weekend Reception & Bingo
                              8 p.m. - NPHC Stepshow: Student Success Center Storm Dome

                              *Denotes Participation Points

                              Daily Scavenger Hunt
                              Daily at 11 a.m., there will be a scavenger hunt open to the entire student body. The first place will play for a $25 gift card to Walmart.

                              All event locations are in the Student Success Center Second Floor Conference Rooms unless otherwise noted.
                              Please wear the following attire each day:

                              • Monday: Blue
                              • Tuesday: Gold
                              • Wednesday: Homecoming T-shirt
                              • Thursday: Student Organization Apparel
                              • Friday & Saturday: School Spirit Attire

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