A survey of practices and terminology in American Business. Specific topics covered include organization, management, marketing, accounting, finance and the regulatory environment.

A survey of practices and terminology in American Business. Specific topics covered include organization, management, marketing, accounting, finance and the regulatory environment.

A survey of practices and terminology in American Business. Specific topics covered include organization, management, marketing, accounting, finance and the regulatory environment. 

Study of selected topics and issues related to business not normally covered in regular course offerings. 

Study of selected topics and issues related to business not normally covered in regular course offerings.

Introduction to the American legal institutions and sources of law with emphasis on ethics, torts, criminal law, contracts and sales. The course is one of two courses which cover the business law content specified by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Provides students with an understanding of the global business environment (Economic, Cultural, Legal, Political), including: international monetary system, international trade policies and institutions, world trade and investment processes, multinational corporate strategy, and international management and culture.