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BUS 101 Introduction to Business (3 credits)
A one-semester survey course covering business organization, operation, and management, designed to orient the student to the field of business.

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BUS 102 Introduction to Entrepreneurship (3 credits)
Course serves as the foundation for the GBC Associate of Applied Science--Entrepreneurship Emphasis degree program. Introduces techniques, principles, and challenges facing today's entrepreneurs using practical examples. Formerly BUS 102, Entrepreneurship I) (Formerly, BUS 102, Introduction to Entrepreneurship)

Class Attribute: Non-transferable for an NSHE baccalaureate degree.

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BUS 110 Human Relations for Employment (1-3 credits)
Introduces students to the principles and skills of effective communication in business and professional settings. It provides information on how to communicate with superiors, co-workers, subordinates, clients, and customers. Three-credit course includes a computation component. Repeatable up to a total of three credits.

Class Attribute: Non-transferable for an NSHE baccalaureate degree.

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BUS 113 Workplace Readiness (1 credits)
This course is designed to introduce students to interpersonal communication in the workplace, the job search process, and the tools and techniques to facilitate employment opportunities. The course will provide information regarding interacting with others in a pre-employment setting, including how to create a resume and cover letter. This course will also prepare students to take the ACT WorkKeys Assessments to earn the National Career Readiness Certificate.

Class Attribute: Non-transferable for an NSHE baccalaureate degree.

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BUS 114 Workplace Preparation (2 credits)
This course will prepare students for entrance into the technical workforce. The course will concentrate on effective communication in the workplace, including safety, customer service, interpersonal and business communications, electronic communication, work discipline, and working in teams. Students will focus on problem solving and critical thinking as it applies to workforce preparations.

Class Attribute: Non-transferable for an NSHE baccalaureate degree.

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BUS 117 Business Calculations and Methods (3 credits)
Fundamental arithmetic processes applied to business activities and applications. Including discounts, markups, payroll, interest, annuities, present value of money, depreciation, tax computations, business statistics, and general application of mathematics for planning and problem solving using algebraic equations/graphics and other basic forecasting techniques. (Formerly BUS 117, Applied Business Mathematics)

Class Attribute: Non-transferable for an NSHE baccalaureate degree.

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BUS 198 Special Topics in Business (1-3 credits)
Selected business topics offered for general interest and the business community. Not a required course. May be repeated for credit if topics are different.

Class Attribute: Non-transferable for an NSHE baccalaureate degree.

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BUS 201 Entrepreneurship II (3 credits)
Extends techniques, principles, and challenges facing today's aspiring entrepreneurs using practical examples. The major project for the course is the preparation of a useful business plan, instructions on acquiring financing, and explanations of other business startup activities, especially, setting up marketing programs and strategic/tactical plans. Recommended prerequisite: BUS 102 or MGT 103.

Prerequisite: Must have completed BUS 101 or BUS 102.

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BUS 273 Business Law I (3 credits)
A study of the origin, philosophy, and nature of law and procedures including court systems, contracts, agency, partnerships, sales, criminal law, and torts.

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BUS 274 Business Law II (3 credits)
A continuation of BUS 273. Includes a study of corporation law, property, secured transactions, negotiable instruments, insurance, and bankruptcy.

Prerequisite: Must have completed BUS 273.

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BUS 275 Foundations of International Business (3 credits)
Introduces students to the impact of geography, the Internet, and different environments in which international business is conducted and the uncontrollable forces at work in all business environments. Topics discussed will include the importance of international organizations, the international monetary system, and the relevance of certain aspects of international business to managers and business people.

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