Bachelor of General Studies Courses
BGS 401 - Globalization
Globalization - Course provides coverage of a broad survey of global business issues; analyzes the environment in which global businesses operate. Prerequisites: : Junior/Senior.
BGS 402 - Research Methods
Students will complete a project incorporating all disciplines from their individualized program, consisting of research, literature reviews, and information analysis resulting in a written or media product. Prerequisites: Junior/Senior.
BGS 403 - Sustainability-Unfettered Thought
Sustainability-Unfettered Thought - Three semester hours. Study of principles of development to include discussions of how consideration of human and materials resources are needed for maintaining, supporting, and managing a business in the global world today. Prerequisites: Junior/Senior.
BGS 404 - Organizational Dynamics and Diversity
Diversity - Course will focus on building managerial skills to successful achieve organizational change through creativity, innovation and cultural diversity. Prerequisites: Junior/Senior.
BGS 405 - Sustainability in Contemporary Enterprise
This is an advanced course on creating sustainability in the contemporary technical enterprise. It includes considerations of human and material resources and how they are required for maintaining, supporting, and managing technical and scientific enterprises or industry in the global environment with emphasis on the principles and strategies for maintaining sustainable practices and materials over the long-term. Topics include resource management, consumption, supply chain management, product development and production, distribution, packaging, waste management, and other environmental issues. Students will be expected to conduct research on assignment topics and to prepare written documents for evaluation.
BGS 489 - Independent Study
BGS 497 - Special Topics