Division 3 {III }Business and Information Management

Business Administration, Accounting

  1. Analyze, calculate, interpret, and report financial information accurately and in a timely manner.
  2. Demonstrate proficiency in both manual and automated accounting systems.
  3. Explain how factors of culture, economics, legal requirements, political activity, technology, the internet and the news media affect the operation of organizations in a global environment.
  4. Demonstrate the skills needed to develop ideas and make decisions based on ethics, proper research, analysis, and critical thinking.
  5. Describe the key actions to be taken to effectively and efficiently utilize organizational resources to achieve stated purpose and goals.
  6. Describe the actions taken to acquire and retain customers; produce goods and services; and measure/track financial performance.
  7. Explain how the United States banking system and financial markets are structured and operate to facilitate organizational and personal financial management.
  8. Demonstrate the interpersonal skills to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  9. Operate in teams and/or matrix organizational settings.
  10. Utilize business and financial software.
  11. Demonstrate leadership in a wide variety of organizations.
  12. Develop a professional growth plan for lifelong learning.

Business Administration

  1. Explain how factors of culture, economics, legal requirements, political activity, technology, the internet and the news media affect the operation of organizations in a global environment.
  2. Demonstrate the skills needed to develop ideas and make decisions based on ethics, proper research, analysis, and critical thinking.
  3. Describe the key actions to be taken to effectively and efficiently utilize organizational resources to achieve stated purpose and goals.
  4. Describe the actions taken to acquire and retain customers; produce goods and services; and measure/track financial performance.
  5. Explain how the United States banking system and financial markets are structured and operate to facilitate organizational and personal financial management.
  6. Demonstrate the interpersonal skills to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  7. Operate in teams and/or matrix organizational settings.
  8. Utilize business and financial software.
  9. Demonstrate leadership in a wide variety of organizations.
  10. Develop a professional growth plan for lifelong learning.

Business Administration, Casino Operations and Gaming Services

  1. Describe how table games are played and the importance they have on revenue and profits.
  2. Describe the social implications of gaming for individuals and communities.
  3. Explain the factors involved in loss prevention.
  4. Explain how factors of culture, economics, legal requirements, political activity, technology, the internet and the news media affect the operation of organizations in a global environment.
  5. Demonstrate the skills needed to develop ideas and make decisions based on ethics, proper research, analysis, and critical thinking.
  6. Describe the key actions to be taken to effectively and efficiently utilize organizational resources to achieve stated purpose and goals.
  7. Describe the actions taken to acquire and retain customers; produce goods and services; and measure/track financial performance.
  8. Explain how the United States banking system and financial markets are structured and operate to facilitate organizational and personal financial management.
  9. Demonstrate the interpersonal skills to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  10. Operate in teams and/or matrix organizational settings.
  11. Utilize business and financial software.
  12. Demonstrate leadership in a wide variety of organizations.
  13. Develop a professional growth plan for lifelong learning.

Business Administration, Entrepreneurship

  1. Describe the components of a resource management program.
  2. Explain the policy considerations necessary for effective personnel practices.
  3. Describe procurement functions and the responsibilities of purchasing personnel.
  4. Explain the characteristics of a successful new business enterprise.
  5. Explain how factors of culture, economics, legal requirements, political activity, technology, the internet and the news media affect the operation of organizations in a global environment.
  6. Demonstrate the skills needed to develop ideas and make decisions based on ethics, proper research, analysis, and critical thinking.
  7. Describe the key actions to be taken to effectively and efficiently utilize organizational resources to achieve stated purpose and goals.
  8. Describe the actions taken to acquire and retain customers; produce goods and services; and measure/track financial performance.
  9. Explain how the United States banking system and financial markets are structured and operate to facilitate organizational and personal financial management.
  10. Demonstrate the interpersonal skills to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  11. Operate in teams and/or matrix organizational settings.
  12. Utilize business and financial software.
  13. Demonstrate leadership in a wide variety of organizations.
  14. Develop a professional growth plan for lifelong learning.

Business Administration, Financial Services - Banking

  1. Describe the components of banking operations.
  2. Explain the fundamental legal issues of real estate lending.
  3. Describe the fundamental operations of commercial banking.
  4. Explain how factors of culture, economics, legal requirements, political activity, technology, the internet and the news media affect the operation of organizations in a global environment.
  5. Demonstrate the skills needed to develop ideas and make decisions based on ethics, proper research, analysis, and critical thinking.
  6. Describe the key actions to be taken to effectively and efficiently utilize organizational resources to achieve stated purpose and goals.
  7. Describe the actions taken to acquire and retain customers; produce goods and services; and measure/track financial performance.
  8. Explain how the United States banking system and financial markets are structured and operate to facilitate organizational and personal financial management.
  9. Demonstrate the interpersonal skills to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  10. Operate in teams and/or matrix organizational settings.
  11. Utilize business and financial software.
  12. Demonstrate leadership in a wide variety of organizations.
  13. Develop a professional growth plan for lifelong learning.

Business Administration, Financial Services - Financial Management

  1. Describe federal taxation formats, policies, and procedures for individuals and corporations.
  2. Explain how factors of culture, economics, legal requirements, political activity, technology, the internet and the news media affect the operation of organizations in a global environment.
  3. Demonstrate the skills needed to develop ideas and make decisions based on ethics, proper research, analysis, and critical thinking.
  4. Describe the key actions to be taken to effectively and efficiently utilize organizational resources to achieve stated purpose and goals.
  5. Describe the actions taken to acquire and retain customers; produce goods and services; and measure/track financial performance.
  6. Explain how the United States banking system and financial markets are structured and operate to facilitate organizational and personal financial management.
  7. Demonstrate the interpersonal skills to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  8. Operate in teams and/or matrix organizational settings.
  9. Utilize business and financial software.
  10. Demonstrate leadership in a wide variety of organizations.
  11. Develop a professional growth plan for lifelong learning.

Business Administration, Financial Services - Real Estate and Insurance

  1. Describe types and organizations of insurance companies, claims adjustment, and risk management.
  2. Explain the fundamentals of real estate ownership, development, and transactions.
  3. Describe the legal and financial aspects of real estate brokerage operations, licensing laws, and contractual issues.
  4. Explain how factors of culture, economics, legal requirements, political activity, technology, the internet and the news media affect the operation of organizations in a global environment.
  5. Demonstrate the skills needed to develop ideas and make decisions based on ethics, proper research, analysis, and critical thinking.
  6. Describe the key actions to be taken to effectively and efficiently utilize organizational resources to achieve stated purpose and goals.
  7. Describe the actions taken to acquire and retain customers; produce goods and services; and measure/track financial performance.
  8. Explain how the United States banking system and financial markets are structured and operate to facilitate organizational and personal financial management.
  9. Demonstrate the interpersonal skills to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  10. Operate in teams and/or matrix organizational settings.
  11. Utilize business and financial software.
  12. Demonstrate leadership in a wide variety of organizations.
  13. Develop a professional growth plan for lifelong learning.

Business Administration, General Management

  1. Explain the management of a successful new business enterprise.
  2. Explain how factors of culture, economics, legal requirements, political activity, technology, the internet and the news media affect the operation of organizations in a global environment.
  3. Demonstrate the skills needed to develop ideas and make decisions based on ethics, proper research, analysis, and critical thinking.
  4. Describe the key actions to be taken to effectively and efficiently utilize organizational resources to achieve stated purpose and goals.
  5. Describe the actions taken to acquire and retain customers; produce goods and services; and measure/track financial performance.
  6. Explain how the United States banking system and financial markets are structured and operate to facilitate organizational and personal financial management.
  7. Demonstrate the interpersonal skills to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  8. Operate in teams and/or matrix organizational settings.
  9. Utilize business and financial software.
  10. Demonstrate leadership in a wide variety of organizations.
  11. Develop a professional growth plan for lifelong learning.

Business Administration, Leisure Services Management - Geotourism Destination Management

  1. Explain the relationship between geotourism and sustainable community development.
  2. Describe environmentally and socially responsible tourism strategies and innovations.
  3. Assess the potential, costs, and benefits of a geotourism program.
  4. Explain how factors of culture, economics, legal requirements, political activity, technology, the internet and the news media affect the operation of organizations in a global environment.
  5. Demonstrate the skills needed to develop ideas and make decisions based on ethics, proper research, analysis, and critical thinking.
  6. Describe the key actions to be taken to effectively and efficiently utilize organizational resources to achieve stated purpose and goals.
  7. Describe the actions taken to acquire and retain customers; produce goods and services; and measure/track financial performance.
  8. Explain how the United States banking system and financial markets are structured and operate to facilitate organizational and personal financial management.
  9. Demonstrate the interpersonal skills to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  10. Operate in teams and/or matrix organizational settings.
  11. Utilize business and financial software.
  12. Demonstrate leadership in a wide variety of organizations.
  13. Develop a professional growth plan for lifelong learning.

Business Administration, Leisure Services Management - Sport

  1. Describe sports as a cultural phenomenon and the relationship between sports and the economy.
  2. Explain the process of sport facility design and issues associated with sport facility management.
  3. Explain how factors of culture, economics, legal requirements, political activity, technology, the internet and the news media affect the operation of organizations in a global environment.
  4. Demonstrate the skills needed to develop ideas and make decisions based on ethics, proper research, analysis, and critical thinking.
  5. Describe the key actions to be taken to effectively and efficiently utilize organizational resources to achieve stated purpose and goals.
  6. Describe the actions taken to acquire and retain customers; produce goods and services; and measure/track financial performance.
  7. Explain how the United States banking system and financial markets are structured and operate to facilitate organizational and personal financial management.
  8. Demonstrate the interpersonal skills to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  9. Operate in teams and/or matrix organizational settings.
  10. Utilize business and financial software.
  11. Demonstrate leadership in a wide variety of organizations.
  12. Develop a professional growth plan for lifelong learning.

Business Administration, Leisure Services Management - Tourism

  1. Assess the potential, costs, and benefits of tourism operations.
  2. Describe the operation and evaluation of tour planning, destination, planning, and meeting/convention planning.
  3. Explain how factors of culture, economics, legal requirements, political activity, technology, the internet and the news media affect the operation of organizations in a global environment.
  4. Demonstrate the skills needed to develop ideas and make decisions based on ethics, proper research, analysis, and critical thinking.
  5. Describe the key actions to be taken to effectively and efficiently utilize organizational resources to achieve stated purpose and goals.
  6. Describe the actions taken to acquire and retain customers; produce goods and services; and measure/track financial performance.
  7. Explain how the United States banking system and financial markets are structured and operate to facilitate organizational and personal financial management.
  8. Demonstrate the interpersonal skills to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  9. Operate in teams and/or matrix organizational settings.
  10. Utilize business and financial software.
  11. Demonstrate leadership in a wide variety of organizations.
  12. Develop a professional growth plan for lifelong learning.

Business Administration, Marketing Management

  1. Explain sales principles, sales analysis and planning, and sales force management.
  2. Describe the fundamental principles of advertising, as well as planning, preparation, and evaluation of advertising.
  3. Explain how factors of culture, economics, legal requirements, political activity, technology, the internet and the news media affect the operation of organizations in a global environment.
  4. Demonstrate the skills needed to develop ideas and make decisions based on ethics, proper research, analysis, and critical thinking.
  5. Describe the key actions to be taken to effectively and efficiently utilize organizational resources to achieve stated purpose and goals.
  6. Describe the actions taken to acquire and retain customers; produce goods and services; and measure/track financial performance.
  7. Explain how the United States banking system and financial markets are structured and operate to facilitate organizational and personal financial management.
  8. Demonstrate the interpersonal skills to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  9. Operate in teams and/or matrix organizational settings.
  10. Utilize business and financial software.
  11. Demonstrate leadership in a wide variety of organizations.
  12. Develop a professional growth plan for lifelong learning.

Business Administration, Retail Management

  1. Explain the design, implementation, and assessment of retailing strategies based on consumer needs and market changes.
  2. Describe the process of conceiving, producing, and selling fashion products for in-store and on-line retailing.
  3. Explain how factors of culture, economics, legal requirements, political activity, technology, the internet and the news media affect the operation of organizations in a global environment.
  4. Demonstrate the skills needed to develop ideas and make decisions based on ethics, proper research, analysis, and critical thinking.
  5. Describe the key actions to be taken to effectively and efficiently utilize organizational resources to achieve stated purpose and goals.
  6. Describe the actions taken to acquire and retain customers; produce goods and services; and measure/track financial performance.
  7. Explain how the United States banking system and financial markets are structured and operate to facilitate organizational and personal financial management.
  8. Demonstrate the interpersonal skills to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  9. Operate in teams and/or matrix organizational settings.
  10. Utilize business and financial software.
  11. Demonstrate leadership in a wide variety of organizations.
  12. Develop a professional growth plan for lifelong learning.

Computer Information Systems, Business Information

  1. Apply the general rules of critical analysis and deductive reasoning to logically solve specific problems and to evaluate the results to determine if they are logically sound.
  2. Determine information needs, evaluate reliability of sources, access the information, decide its relevance and assemble it to meet specified needs.
  3. Assemble a broad based knowledge that will allow them to work effectively in the computing field both with a variety of applications.
  4. Develop the ability to develop web sites, databases and scripts and/or programs for use in a business environment.
  5. Demonstrate an understanding of today’s computer environment, be able to appraise changes and will be able to acquire the knowledge and skills to adapt.
  6. Communicate effectively to convey technical information to the groups they support and to understand their needs.

Computer Information Systems, Computer Forensics

  1. Apply the general rules of critical analysis and deductive reasoning to logically solve specific problems and to evaluate the results to determine if they are logically sound.
  2. Determine information needs, evaluate reliability of sources, access the information, decide its relevance and assemble it to meet their needs.
  3. Conduct effective data collection and analysis that can be used as evidence in court.
  4. Assemble a broad based knowledge that will allow them to work effectively in the computing field.
  5. Demonstrate an understanding of today’s computer environment, be able to appraise changes and will be able to acquire the knowledge and skills to adapt.
  6. Communicate effectively to convey technical information to the groups they support and to understand their needs.
  7. Explore and develop an ethical value structure and will be able to apply that structure to problem solving and actions.

Computer Information Systems, Computer Networking

  1. Apply the general rules of critical analysis and deductive reasoning to logically solve specific problems and to evaluate the results to determine if they are logically sound.
  2. Determine information needs, evaluate reliability of sources, access the information, decide its relevance and assemble it to meet their needs.
  3. Install, configure, secure, troubleshoot and administer server and client systems in a mixed network environment.
  4. Assemble a broad based knowledge that will allow them to work effectively in the computing field.
  5. Demonstrate an understanding of today’s computer environment, be able to appraise changes and will be able to acquire the knowledge and skills to adapt.
  6. Communicate effectively to convey technical information to the groups they support and to understand their needs.

Computer Information Systems, Computer Programming

  1. Apply the general rules of critical analysis and deductive reasoning to logically solve specific problems and to evaluate the results to determine if they are logically sound.
  2. Determine information needs, evaluate reliability of sources, access the information, decide its relevance and assemble it to meet their needs.
  3. Design, develop, test and debug computer programs written in a variety of languages to effectively solve problems.
  4. Analyze, evaluate and revise computer programs written by someone else.
  5. Construct effective data storage that can be accessed, manipulated and updated correctly.
  6. Assemble a broad based knowledge that will allow them to work effectively in the computing field and to write, edit and modify computer programs.
  7. Demonstrate an understanding of today’s computer environment, be able to appraise changes and will be able to acquire the knowledge and skills to adapt.
  8. Communicate effectively to convey technical information to the groups they support and to understand their needs.

Computer Information Systems, Computer Science

  1. Apply the general rules of critical analysis and deductive reasoning to logically solve specific problems and to evaluate the results to determine if they are logically sound.
  2. Understand design trade-offs between different computing machines.
  3. Understand user interface design and software prototyping.
  4. Gain experience using state of the art tools and development environments supporting the development cycle of a working software system.
  5. Design, develop, test and document computer programs to effectively solve problems.
  6. Analyze, evaluate, and revise computer programs written by someone else.
  7. Assemble a broad based knowledge that will allow them to work effectively in a computing field.
  8. Communicate effectively as a team of developers and exchange ideas while working together on a semester-long project.
  9. Explore and develop an ethical value structure and apply this experience in problem solving and actions.

Computer Information Systems, Computer Security

  1. Apply the general rules of critical analysis and deductive reasoning to logically solve specific problems and to evaluate the results to determine if they are logically sound.
  2. Install, configure, troubleshoot and administer security software on servers, routers and client devices.
  3. Designing security infrastructure for computer networks and systems.
  4. Determine information needs, evaluate reliability of sources, access the information, decide its relevance and assemble it to meet their needs.
  5. Install, configure, secure, troubleshoot and administer server and client systems in a mixed network environment.
  6. Assemble a broad based knowledge that will allow them to work effectively in the computing field.
  7. Demonstrate an understanding of today’s computer environment, be able to appraise changes and will be able to acquire the knowledge and skills to adapt.
  8. Communicate effectively to convey technical information to the groups they support and to understand their needs.

Computer Information Systems, Game Development - Game Creation

  1. Apply the general rules of critical analysis and deductive reasoning to logically solve specific problems and to evaluate the results to determine if they are logically sound
  2. Determine information needs, evaluate reliability of sources, access the information, decide its relevance and assemble it to meet their needs
  3. Define and develop a game from concept and implement the game during the capstone course.
  4. Acquire the skills needed to implement all of the necessary assets for a game ie music, sound, levels, programming, design.
  5. Assemble a broad based knowledge that will allow them to work effectively in the computing field.
  6. Demonstrate an understanding of today's computer environment, be able to appraise changes and will be able to acquire the knowledge and skills to adapt.
  7. Communicate effectively to convey technical information to the groups they support and to understand their needs.

Computer Information Systems, Game Development - Game Programming

  1. Apply the general rules of critical analysis and deductive reasoning to logically solve specific problems and to evaluate the results to determine if they are logically sound
  2. Determine information needs, evaluate reliability of sources, access the information, decide its relevance and assemble it to meet their needs
  3. Define and develop a game from concept and implement the game during the capstone course.
  4. Acquire the skills needed to implement all of the necessary assets for a game ie music, sound, levels, programming, design.
  5. Assemble a broad based knowledge that will allow them to work effectively in the computing field.
  6. Demonstrate an understanding of today's computer environment, be able to appraise changes and will be able to acquire the knowledge and skills to adapt.
  7. Communicate effectively to convey technical information to the groups they support and to understand their needs.

Computer Information Systems, Information Systems

  1. Apply the general rules of critical analysis and deductive reasoning to logically solve specific problems and to evaluate the results to determine if they are logically sound.
  2. Determine information needs, evaluate reliability of sources, access the information, decide its relevance and assemble it to meet their needs.
  3. Design, develop, test and debug computer programs to effectively solve problems.
  4. Construct effective data storage that can be accessed, manipulated and updated correctly.
  5. Assemble a broad based knowledge that will allow them to work effectively in the computing field and to write, edit and modify computer programs.
  6. Demonstrate an understanding of today’s computer environment, be able to appraise changes and will be able to acquire the knowledge and skills to adapt.
  7. Communicate effectively to convey technical information to the groups they support and to understand their needs.

Computer Information Systems, Multimedia and Internet

  1. Apply the general rules of critical analysis and deductive reasoning to logically solve specific problems and to evaluate the results to determine if they are logically sound.
  2. Determine information needs, evaluate reliability of sources, access the information, decide its relevance and assemble it to meet their needs.
  3. Understand and apply basic design concepts at a level appropriate to application in the business setting.
  4. Master a variety of multimedia production software.
  5. Assemble a broad based knowledge that will allow them to work effectively in the computing field.
  6. Demonstrate an understanding of today’s computer environment, be able to appraise changes and will be able to acquire the knowledge and skills to adapt.
  7. Communicate effectively to convey technical information to the groups they support and to understand their needs.

Computer Information Systems, Webmaster

  1. Apply the general rules of critical analysis and deductive reasoning to logically solve specific problems and to evaluate the results to determine if they are logically sound.
  2. Determine information needs, evaluate reliability of sources, access the information, decide its relevance and assemble it to meet their needs.
  3. Design, develop, test and debug web sites written in a variety of languages to effectively present on line information.
  4. Construct effective data storage that can be accessed, manipulated and updated correctly to back up a web site.
  5. Assemble a broad based knowledge that will allow them to work effectively in the computing field.
  6. Demonstrate an understanding of today’s computer environment, be able to appraise changes and will be able to acquire the knowledge and skills to adapt.
  7. Communicate effectively to convey technical information to the groups they support and to understand their needs.

Office Administration, Executive Administrative

  1. Create commonly used business documents using the Microsoft Office suite programs.
  2. Organize and manage the operations of an office in a diverse, stressful, and ever-changing environment.
  3. Communicate clearly and effectively utilizing verbal and written communication techniques appropriate for office professionals.
  4. Create accurate written communications applying correct sentence structure, grammar, word usage, spelling, and punctuation.
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