BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION




BUSA 3000- Practicum in

International Business.............................................3.00 Credits This course provides an opportunity for students to have exposure to business operations abroad for one semester or a summer term. Students will have hands on opportunity to work with a company or study abroad at an institution of higher learning.


BUSA 3100   - Business Internship I.........................3.00 Credits

This course  introduces  junior  or  advanced  sophomore  business students to actual business or environments in their aspiring professional careers with an opportunity to gain valuable insights into organizational and managerial practices and operations. Through  such experiences students can better assimilate their academic experiences with their future professional career.


BUSA 3100- Business Internship I .........................3.00 Credits

This course introduces junior or advanced sophomore business students to actual business or environments in their aspiring professional careers with an opportunity to gain valuable insights into organizational and managerial practices and operations. Through such experiences students can better assimilate their academic experiences with their future professional career


BUSA 4100- Business Internship II .......................3.00 Credits

This course permits the senior standing student with an opportunity to gain invaluable insight into actual organizational and managerial practices and opportunities. This internship is often in line with the student’s specific career interests. Prerequisite: Senior standing.


BUSA 4105 - International Business ..................3.00 Credits

Contemporary problems, issues and opportunities in international business, from conceptual and practical view- points. Extensive use of case studies to develop student abilities to diagnose and develop solutions to management situations facing the multinational executive. Prerequisite(s): (ECON 2105 and MGMT 4125).


BUSA 4200 - Project Management .........................3.00 Credits

Examines the organization, planning, and controlling of projects and provides practical knowledge on managing project scope, schedule and resources. Topics include project life cycle, work breakdown structure and Gantt charts, network diagrams, scheduling techniques, and resource allocation decisions. Concepts are applied through team projects and tutorials using project management software. Prerequisite: MGMT 3106-Management Science and Operations Management