Courses for Intended Business Majors

Required Courses for Intended Business Majors

NOTE: Please see your academic advisor for placement of Terry coursework within your program of study.

Economics

ECON 4000 The Economics of Human Resources (Fall only)

  • Identify the costs and benefits managers should consider when deciding to hire, train, promote or terminate employees
  • Analyze workers’ decisions to invest in human capital
  • Identify the factors firms should consider in determining organizational structure and compensation schemes

Entrepreneurship

ENTR 5500 Introduction to Entrepreneurship (Fall only)

  • Understand what entrepreneurship is and why entrepreneurship is important to society
  • Acquire tools to creatively solve problems and generate venture ideas
  • Prepare and present a high quality business plan

Music Business

MBUS 1100 Introduction to the Music Business (1 credit hour, Fall only)

  • Obtain the skills necessary to begin and maintain a career in the music industry
  • Know the fundamental concepts of business practices in the music industry
  • Learn practical applications of classroom knowledge to the music business environment

MBUS 3000 Business Fundamentals as Applied to the Music Industry (Fall only)

  • Gain the business fundamentals you need to navigate the music industry
  • Learn how business concepts apply to the various fields in the music industry
  • Understand fundamental approaches to business issues

Management Information Systems

MIST 4600 Computer Programming in Business

  • Introduction to computer programming using an object-oriented language
  • Top-down design, structured programming, as well as debugging, testing and implementation

MIST 4610 Data Management and Analytics

  • Focus on the issues and principles of managing organizational data
  • Manage data though database development, access, and administration
  • Develop data models, create relational databases, and formulate and execute complex queries

MIST 5750 Business Process Management

  • Modeling business work systems with focus on processes and the information technology (IT) to support business processes
  • Focus is on discovering, analyzing, improving, and executing business processes

NOTE: MIST courses require Permission of Major (POM). Email the MIS Academic Advisor

Real Estate

REAL 4000 Real Estate

  • Learn and apply basic business principles including finance, economics, and law
  • Examine the role of real estate within the economy and its importance to firms and individuals

Risk Management and Insurance

RMIN 4000 Risk Management and Insurance

  • Know how to identify and evaluate risk management principles critical to any business professional
  • Recognize risk management’s important role in the growing concern over catastrophe and financial risks
  • Explore career opportunities in the field of risk management and insurance