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Unformatted text preview: COURSE DESCRIPTION This course is an overview course on the elements of business within the framework of capitalism. The course will cover material on money and banking, financial management, international business, union relations, marketing, human resources, forms of ownership, production, quality management, ethics and environment protection. COURSE OBJECTIVES Introduction to Business explores the nature of the American free enterprise system. Students will examine the role played by business in American society, its purpose and responsibilities. Students will examine business strategies used to produce goods and services and explore some of the major problems faced by managers today. COURSE MATERIALS Required: Foundations of Business (With CD-ROM & Go Venture CD-ROM ) AUTHOR: Pride; Year: 2009; PUBLISHER: Houghton Mifflin Company ACADEMIC HONESTY Because academic honesty is essential to the trust that is fundamental to an educational experience, academically dishonest behaviors will not be tolerated. Examples include, but are not limited to, cheating, fabrication, plagiarism, copying and facilitating academic dishonesty. Any academic dishonesty will be reported to the Department Chairperson, the Dean of Instruction and the Dean of Students. Penalties will result in an F or a zero for the assignment and may result in an F for the course. Two such offenses at ACCC will be grounds for academic dismissal. Please see the student handbook for more information....
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