Program Code: BAMBEC01
- Identify key legal principles that apply in business transactions and demonstrate an understanding of legal risk management
- Identify and apply strategic solutions to emerging issues in global business and the processes of globalization
- Identify and apply management skills and concepts that can be applied in a wide variety of situations
- Demonstrate an understanding of marketing principles to promote a company
Introduction to the fundamentals of business law and the principles of the American legal system including criminal, tort, and business law, contracts, sales, Uniform Commercial Code, and employment. Familiarity with Washington’s RCWs (Revised Codes of Washington) and WACs (Washington Administrative Codes) emphasized through researching regional business law cases. This class may include students from multiple sections. (Elective)
Learn how to become a small business owner. Students will analyze entrepreneurship and perspectives for success in their chosen field or service. Class features business scenario simulations as a key component to entrepreneurialism and start up. Other topics include entrepreneurship life, commitment to integrity, quality performance, innovation, motivations of owning a business, and influences on decision making. This class may include students from multiple sections.
BUS 270 or BUS 282×
Introduces the fundamental concepts about management information systems and the integral role they play in a successful business. Course objectives embrace the notion that management of a modern organization requires knowledge of information systems to gain a competitive advantage, defining what they are, how they affect the organization and its employees, their strategic importance, and the role of emerging technologies in business processes. Students will develop and demonstrate proficiency in the use of key business application technologies. This class may include students from multiple sections.
Examines the role of marketing in general business activities. Students will learn the marketing process that develops products and services, methods and techniques of market research, target markets, market segmentation, product planning, distribution, pricing, and promotion. This class may include students from multiple sections.