2007-08 Course Descriptions

BUSA - Business Administration

Department of Management Sciences (COBA)

BUSA 419 International Business (3-0-3), fall, spring. Examines the enterprise as it functions in and relates to the international environment. It begins with the history and theory of international trade, studies each business discipline in a global setting, and ends with a section on trends and strategies employed by major global corporations. Prerequisites: FIN 310; MGMT 330; MKTG 340, all with a grade of "C" or better.

BUSA 435 Christian Business Leadership Perspectives (3-0-3), spring. Examines God's call to leadership for Christian persons. Perspectives on leadership are drawn from the Bible, business, and popular literature. The learning approach includes guest speakers, individual study, group study, case analysis, and a critical examiniation of spiritual leadership issues. Special fee required. Prerequisite: 60 earned hours. Travel course.

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