Business Administration Courses
BA 125 - Elem Comp Keyboarding
(OFAD 1311) Elementary Computer Keyboarding. Three semester hours. (1, 2) Introduction to the operation of the microcomputer keyboard, development of touch keyboarding, development of speed and accuracy, and basic skill for computer keyboarding competency.
BA 312 - Advanced Statistics
Design of experiments, model building, multiple regression, non parametric techniques, contingency tables and introduction to response surfaces, decision theory and time series data. Prerequisites: ECO 302.
BA 341 - Internship in BA
Internship in Business Administration This course provides an opportunity for selected students to earn elective credits in Business Administration through supervised work experience with area business firms under the supervision of a faculty member. Pre-requisites : Twelve hours of Business Administration
BA 345 - INFO MANAGEMENT FOR BUS PROF
This course provides an overview of the field of records and information management. The course identifies the skills that are applicable to the management of records in all fields, including those in specialized areas¿medical, legal, financial, and archived records management, as well as records center and depository management and records management consulting. Information is provided about employment and career opportunities as records management professionals. The legal and ethical issues in the records management field are addressed. This course will cover the basics for both manual filing and electronic record keeping.
BA 357 - Legal Org & Business Trans
A course in commercial law, including a study of negotiable instruments, agency, partnerships, corporations, real estate, wills, sales and secured transactions. Prerequisite: Junior standing.
BA 384 - Real Estate Principles
A survey of economic legal and business aspects of real estate related to the functioning of real estate markets. Includes brokerage, finance, real estate law, insurance, property management, valuation, and land use controls. Prerequisite: Junior standing.
BA 385 - Principles of Risk & Insurance
A survey of the general principles of risk management and insurance. Includes coverage of life, health, automobile, property, fire, and casualty insurance for both the family and business sectors. Prerequisite: Junior standing.
BA 394 - Real Estate Law
A course devoted to the legal aspects of the real estate industry including a study of fixtures, easements, brokerage, land titles, and documents used in real estate financing and transfers. Prerequisite: Junior standing.
BA 431 - Internship in BA
Internship in Business Administration This course provides an opportunity for selected students to earn elective credits in Business Administration through supervised work experience with area business firms under the supervision of a faculty member. Pre-requisites : twelve hours of business administration
BA 489 - Independent Study
Independent Study. One to four semester hours. Individualized instruction/research at an advanced level in a specialized content area under the direction of a faculty member. May be repeated when the topic varies. Prerequisite: Consent of the department head.
BA 490 - Honors Thesis
BA 491 - Honors Reading
BA 497 - Special Topics
Special Topics. One to four semester hours. Organized Class. May be repeated when topics vary.