BIZ100.01 SPRING 2011 COURSE SYLLABUS(2)

BIZ100.01 SPRING 2011 COURSE SYLLABUS(2) - JOHN COOK SCHOOL...

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  JOHN COOK SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Revised: February 1, 2011 BIZ 100 - 01:  BUSINESS FOUNDATIONS                         SPRING 2011       Tuesdays 9:30 am  - 10:45 am          DS 373                 Instructor: Ms. Gail Grant Gilbert (G 3 ) Assistant Professor, Marketing Non-Tenure Track Office:   DS 310 Office Hours: 1:00pm – 2:00pm Also by appointment I am on campus EVERYDAY, so it is OK to stop by most anytime I am in my office Phone: 314.977.3859 On-Campus Office 314.966.6308 Off-Campus Office Email: gilbertg@slu.edu COURSE DESCRIPTION       This is an introductory course into the field of business with a scope that is broad, yet focuses on each of the following areas: VALUE CREATION BIZ BY THE NUMBERS/PERSONAL FINANCE ETHICAL LEADERSHIP, TEAMWORK & DIVERSITY COURSE OBJECTIVES Identify the fundamental concepts of business Identify how stakeholders relate to business and why they are important Recognize and evaluate characteristics of effective leaders Study how the global economy affects all business Understand how ethics affect every aspect of business and your personal life Understand how business creates value for stockholders, customers, employees, and the community Understand the role of numbers in managing business and in managing your personal finances Be exposed to group work, experiential learning through “living cases” and/or simulations, and direct interaction with local business executives Build a set of “survival skills” such as preparation for studying business, teamwork, oral and written communication, and personal decision making Prepare for what lies ahead in the business curriculum and co-curricular involvement including internships, service leadership, study abroad, and student business organizations Know what it means to study business at a Jesuit University, and specifically at Saint Louis University Page 1 of 7
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Begin to connect with the faculty and staff of the John Cook School of Business Better understand the range and scope of business and the impact that business has on your life and others Know how the courses required of business students are connected Page 2 of 7
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BIZ 100 - 01:  BUSINESS FOUNDATIONS                         SPRING 2011       Tuesdays 9:30 am  - 10:45 am          DS 373 COURSE MATERIALS Exploring Business ; Collins, Karen; Pearson/Prentice Hall www.FlatWorldStudents.com (See “How to access or buy the textbook online” on Blackboard) Instructor’s periodic handouts and online postings COURSE FORMAT Instructor commentary In-class exercises/discussion/team work Out of class individual assignments Quizzes and a Final Exam COURSE GRADE  COMPONENTS Portion of  Grade DESCRIPTION Class Participation 15%
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BIZ100.01 SPRING 2011 COURSE SYLLABUS(2) - JOHN COOK SCHOOL...

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