BUS 113 Introduction to Business Functions and Practices

This course provides a general survey of the functions and practices of a business and the external institutions and organizations that facilitate the operation of business units. The course introduces students to the various functional activities of business organizations. It provides an overview of careers in accounting, marketing, general management, human resource management, finance, purchasing, and production and operations management. College study skills, critical thinking, and time management techniques are integrated into the course presentation. Students will learn how to develop a job search strategy, including how to prepare a resume and a cover letter and to prepare for job interviews. Three class hours a week. 3 credits Fall, Spring

3 credits
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