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BL 4243 Entrepreneur Law
(Prerequisite: BL 2413, MGT 3323, or consent of instructor) Three hours lecture. Business creation including legal aspects from permits and taxes to structure and sale with emphasis on Mississippi Law.
BIS 3233 Management Information Systems
Three hours lecture. A survey of the components, functions, and processes of Information Systems as they relate to managing modern organization for increased efficiency and competitiveness.
BQA 3123 Business Statistical Methods II
(Prerequisite: BQA 2113 or equivalent) Three hours lecture. Reviewing estimation and hypothesis testing; correlation and regression; chi-square tests; analysis of variance; non-parametric concepts; index numbers; time series analysis; computer statistical packages applied.
FIN 3113 Financial Systems
(Prerequisites: EC 2113, EC 2123, or AEC 2713 and junior standing) Three hours lecture. Study of interest rates, basic security valuation, money and capital markets.
FIN 3123 Financial Management
(Prerequisites: EC 2123, ACC 2013, and BQA 2113) Three hours lecture. Study of objectives, tools, methods, and problems of financial management; financial analysis, planning, control, sources/uses of funds, capital budgeting decisions and working capital.
INS 3103 Principles of Insurance
(Prerequisite: Junior standing) Three hours lecture. A study of the principles and concepts of insurance plus a survey of personal coverages, such as Homeowners, Automobile, Life and Health insurance.
INS 3303 Life Insurance
Three hours lecture. The nature and function of life insurance; policy forms and provisions; reserves; company organization; legal aspects; taxation and practical application.
INS 3503 Employee Benefits
Three hours lecture. A comprehensive study of employee benefit plans available to employers, including the principles and concepts necessary to design and implement successful employee benefit programs.
MGT 3113 Principles of Management
(Prerequisites: Junior Standing) Three hours lecture. Management principles for all organizations including planning, organizing, leading, and controlling.
MGT 3114 Principles of Management & Production
(Prerequisites: EC 2113, BQA 2113, and junior standing) Four hours lecture. Management principles for all organizations including planning, organizing, leading, and controlling as well as the purposes, methods, tools, and procedures of production management.
MGT 3213 Organizational Communications
(Prerequisites: EN 1113 and junior standing) Three hours lecture. Application of communication principles through preparation of effective documents and presentations. Includes study and application of team communication, multicultural communication, technology usage, and ethical considerations. [This course satisfies the Jr./Sr. Writing requirement in this concentration area.]
MGT 3513 Introduction to Human Resource Management
(Prerequisite: Junior standing or consent of instructor) Three hours lecture. Development of efficient programs for managing human resources. Emphasizes equal employment opportunity, performance evaluation, selection, placement, education, training, safety and health.
MGT 3823 Socially Responsible Leadership
(Prerequisite: Junior-level academic standing) Three hours lecture. Study of leadership in organizations, with emphasis on the ethical challenges facing leaders and the impact of leaders' behavior on followers, organizations, and organizational stakeholders.
MKT 3013 Principles of Marketing
(Prerequisite: Junior standing) Three hours lecture. A general survey of the functions, processes, institutions and costs in distribution of goods and services from producers to users.
MKT 3323 International Logistics
(Prerequisite: Junior standing or higher) Three hours lecture. Understanding and applying logistics concepts in a global context. Includes analysis of logistics tradeoffs and integration with other business functions.
MKT 4113 Personal Selling
(Prerequisite: Junior standing) Three hours lecture. Psychology of personal selling; planning and presentation; the sales approach; the interview; closing the sale.
The semesters in which these courses are offered are subject to change.
The departments control when the courses will be available.