foundational areas of business GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIRED CO101 Introduction to

Foundational areas of business general education

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foundational areas of business GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIRED CO101 Introduction to Public Speaking 3 CS105 Introduction to Computer Applications 3 EN101 English Composition I 3 GP210 American Government I 3 GS102 Introduction to Life Science 3 HU260 Strategies for Decision Making 3 MA105 College Algebra 3 *GU299 General Education Capstone 3 Subtotal Required General Education 24 ELECTIVES xxx General Education Elective 3 xxx General Education Elective 3 Subtotal General Education Electives 6 Total General Education 30 PROGRAM CORE GU100 Student Success 1 ACC220 Financial Accounting 3 BUS101 Introduction to Business 3 BUS303 Business Negotiations(GU299) 3 CO210 Business Communication 3 ECN201 Microeconomics 3 ECN206 Macroeconomics 3 ETH352 Fundamentals and Ethics of Financial Planning (GU299) 3 FIN340 Insurance Planning (GU299) 3 FIN350 Investment Planning (GU299) 3 FIN355 Income Tax Planning (GU299) 3 FIN360 Retirement Planning (GU299) 3 FIN361 Estate Planning I (GU299, ETH352, FIN340, FIN350, FIN355, FIN360) 3 FIN366 Estate Planning II (GU299, FIN361) 3 FIN499 Financial Planning Capstone (Completion of all other degree requirements) 3 LAW220 Business Law I 3 LAW265 Business Law II (LAW220) 3 MA215 Business Statistics 3 Total Program Core 52 PROGRAM ELECTIVES xxx 100-499 Level Electives 27 Total Program Electives 27 OPEN ELECTIVES xxx Open Electives 12 Total Open Electives 12 General Education Hours 30 Program Core Hours 52 Program Elective Hours 27 Open Elective Hours 12 Total Credit Hours 121 *Students are required to complete all general education required courses before enrolling in GU299. 8.10 FINANCIAL PLANNING
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UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE AND CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS ©2017 GRANTHAM UNIVERSITY – CATALOG AND STUDENT HANDBOOK | 2352 68 | SECTION 8 BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION DEGREE PROGRAM grantham.edu/disclosures The Human Resource Management program is designed to provide professional development for students interested in becoming professionals in the field of Human Resource Management. The program is designed to provide a comprehensive study of core competencies within the field: Business Management, Business Law, Labor Relations, Employment Law, Training and Development, Performance Management, Quality Management, Compensation and Organizational Behavior. STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES Demonstrate critical thinking through applying decision-support tools Demonstrate communication skills Distinguish the theories, principles and concepts related to the foundational areas of business Evaluate the evolving role of strategic human resource management in business organizations Evaluate personnel in all stages of the employee lifecycle Analyze economic, environmental, political, ethical, legal and regulatory contexts related to human resource management Describe and explain ethical obligations and responsibilities of business Describe decision-making skills that are relevant to professional, ethical and social responsibilities Understand the importance of human and social diversity GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIRED CO101 Introduction to Public Speaking 3 CS105 Introduction to Computer Applications 3 EN101
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