MGNT 101: Introduction to Business and Entrepreneurship
Provides a basic background for the study of business and entrepreneurship, and promotes an understanding of the fundamental business practices.
Credit Hours: (3)
NOTE: Not open to juniors or seniors except by permission of instructor.
Detailed Description of Content of Course
Outline of Major Topics:
- Business Nature, Environment, and Opportunities
- Ownership, Management, and Organization
- Human Resources
- Controls for Decision Making
Detailed Description of Conduct of Course
Methods of instruction are designed to introduce the student to the fundamental practices of business. The primary methodology is lecture with student participation in case studies, exercises, and project assignments. Emphasis is on the fundamentals of business and business opportunities from both a domestic and international perspective.
Goals and Objectives of Course
The student will be able to formulate the functions of business as a vocation or a tool for community involvement. The student will differentiate competition and risk taking and rewards for success in business. Fundamental accounting, marketing, finance, and management practices will be integrated into the student's core of business knowledge. The student will demonstrate understanding of the changing practices and roles of business in the global society.
Graded assignments, in-class tests, pop quizzes, and a final examination with additional assessment based on oral or written presentation of projects, cases, and class participation will be used to assess the student.
Other Course Information
Videotapes and other examples of business in action may be used to illustrate business practices to the student.
Review and Approval
DATE ACTION APPROVED BY
October 11, 2007, Approved by Department of Management Faculty