Business Communications (PMBA 1005)
This is a participatory course focusing on analyzing and applying a variety of communication techniques in organizational and professional situations. This course will identify the practical framework of written forms of nonverbal communication that assist in building professional relationships.
Economics (PMBA 1020)
This course provides a broad overview of economics. The course is designed to provoke thought by initially asking simple questions using non-economic language. The course then seeks to answer these questions using general economic theory and language. PMBA 1020 examines microeconomics, macroeconomics, comparative advantage, opportunity cost, supply and demand factors, price determination, price equilibrium, and externalities. The course has students challenging four quizzes and writing an essay.
Fundamentals of Accounting (PMBA 1025)
This course provides the background, vocabulary, and concepts that will lead to the successful completion of the accounting foundations course in your graduate business program. The intent is to provide familiarity with accounting information so your comfort level with this material will improve and you will have a productive learning experience in your graduate program.