An introduction to spreadsheet analysis used in typical business applications. Topics include fundamentals of spreadsheet operation, using spreadsheets to solve quantitative problems in business, and creating spreadsheet reports.

An introduction to macroeconomic theory, satisfies three hours of the nine-hour social science requirement in the General Education Core of the College. Students may receive credit for both ECON 105 and ECON 206, but may not substitute ECON 105 in lieu of ECON 206. Topics include the circular flow of income and expenditures; aggregate supply and demand; economic stability, growth, and recession; supply and demand for money; fiscal and monetary policy; and demand- and supply-side views of the economy.

An overview of international business with a focus on global business using economic theories and concepts of international trade. Topics include contemporary global business, factors affecting global business, international monetary systems and financial markets, and multinational corporations. This course also explores gains from trade and patterns of international trade using economic analysis.

A single-semester, non-mathematical introduction to economics satisfies three hours of the 9-hour social science requirement in the General Education Core of the College. Topics include fundamental concepts of economics; principles of free enterprise and capitalism; prices in a market economy; the market model of supply and demand; the distribution of income in the United States; the circular flow of income and expenditures; macroeconomic policy goals; fiscal and monetary policy; and the role of government in the economy.

An introduction to the language of business and accounting. Topics include the accounting model, financial statements, and individual elements of financial statements.

Special Topics in Business.