SPRING 2015 Announcements
NOTICE:Starting Fall 2015 the prerequisite for BUS 205 will be a minimum of a "C" in English 100
Author Archives: Lourdes Runk
GET AHEAD THIS SUMMER!
Receive full credit in just 6 weeks (June 15 to July 23)
Enroll in BUS- 100 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS
Preparation for survival within the global economy. Topics such as small business management, managerial theory, international business, and marketing represent several important class components. Includes strong career guidance component
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Click here to register for Spring 2015!Surveys international organizations’ basic elements for developing markets. Analyzes the market design and the techniques necessary to develop business within selected regions of the world. Discusses the impact due to differences in customs, languages, attitudes, and culture Units: 3 Instructor: A. Armistead Dates: 01-12 to 05-18-15 Time: Tuesday 6:30 to 9:20 pm Room: MD-332 Recommended preparation: IBUS 100 Transfer acceptability: CSU
Enroll in a hands-on, interactive and practical skills class These keyboarding courses on the computer include:
- Introduction to computer hardware and software.
- Practice of good keyboarding techniques.
- Touch typing of alphabetic keyboard.
- Location and correct fingering of numeric, symbol, and punctuation keys.
- Basic document formatting on Word 2013
- Development of proofreading skills.
All you need to know about hardware components, software applications, electronic communication, and networking is covered in INTRODUCTION TO OFFICE INFORMATION SYSTEMS (BUS 120 formerly OIS 120)—a great course to begin your computer learning!
Enroll in BUS 120 for hands-on training which includes:
- The computer Industry: history, careers, and ethics
- Computer and digital basics
- Computer hardware and software
- Operating systems and file management
- Networking basics
- The Internet, Web, and Email
- Digital media
- Information systems analysis and design
- Basics of computer programming
- Analysis of the role of information technology in the workplace
At the end of the semester, you may be eligible to take the IC3 Digital Literacy Certification for FREE!Section: 32603 Date/Time: Monday 6-8:50 pm 01/12—05/18/2015 Instructor: Nancy March firstname.lastname@example.org Room: MD-335 For a copy of a Flyer click here
New for Spring 2015, BUS 152 – Social Media for Business will explore and use social media from a business perspective.
This class will help you to develop a social media strategy to promote a business, build strong customer relationships, and coordinate a common message across multiple channels. Strategic and tactical review of the major social networking platforms will be reviewed in order to drive business goals and create a personal brand online.
This 12-week, late start (1/28/15 through 4/22/15), hybrid class will meet once a week on Wednesday afternoons from 2:00 pm to 3:50 pm in MD 332. Additional coursework will be conducted online through Blackboard. Click here to register for Spring 2015!