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Riverside Campus
1020 Grove Blvd 78741
Building G Room 9143
Austin, Texas
(512) 223-6710
Course Descriptions
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spacerBMGT 1301 SUPERVISION (3-3-0). A study of the role of the supervisor. Managerial functions as applied to leadership, counseling, motivation, and human skills are examined. Skills: R Course Type W

BMGT 1327 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT (3-3-0). Management theories and analysis of basic management functions: planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling for establishing and accomplishing business objectives. Case studies are utilized. Skills: R Course Type: W

BMGT 1341 BUSINESS ETHICS (3-3-0).
Topics address ethical issues, the development of a moral frame of reference and the need for an awareness of social justices in management practices and business activities. A review of ethical responsibilities and relationships between organizational departments, divisions, executive management, and the public. Skills: R Course Type: W

BMGT 2309 LEADERSHIP (3-3-0).
Concepts of leadership and its relationship to management. Prepares the student with leadership and communications skills needed to inspire and influence. This course may be taken as the capstone course for the Associate of Applied Science degree in Management. Skills: R Prerequisites: 12 hours of courses from one or more of the following departments: management, marketing, finance or approval from a management department advisor. Course Type: W

BMGT 2388 INTERNSHIP-BUSINESS

ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT,
GENERAL I (3-0-18). Students will be employed at least 20 hours per week performing management duties. These duties will normally be at the supervisory management level and will apply skills and knowledge from previous courses. Concurrent enrollment in another management or marketing course is required. The student's internship objectives and project will be established by the instructor and the employer supervisor. The student is required to attend the weekly one hour seminar and discussion class. Progress and final reports are required. Skills: R Prerequisites: BUSI 1301 and BMGT 1303. Course Type: W

BMGT 2389 INTERNSHIP - BUSINESS
ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT,
GENERAL II (3-0-18). Students will be employed at least 20 hours per week performing management duties. These duties will normally be at a higher level than those performed in BMGT 2388 or in a functional area of management. Concurrent enrollment in another management or marketing course is required. The student's internship objectives and project will be established by the instructor and employer supervisor. The student is required to attend the weekly one-hour seminar and discussion class. Progress and final reports are required. This course may be taken as the capstone course for the Associate of Applied Science degree in Management. Skills: R Prerequisites: BMGT 2388. If this course is taken as the capstone course for the AAS in Management degree an additional nine hours of courses must be taken in one or more of the following departments: management, marketing, and finance. Course Type: W


BUSG 2309 SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (3-3-0).
A course on how to start and operate a small business. Topics include facts about a small business, essential management skills, how to prepare a business plan, financial needs, marketing strategies, and legal issues. Skills: R Course Type: W

BUSG 2371 BUSINESS STATISTICS (3-3-0). A course designed for students majoring in business. Topics include organization of measurements, determining measures of central tendency, variability, counting, probability, statistical inference, hypothesis testing (large and small samples), simple and multiple regression and correlation, non-parametric methods, and time series. Skills: B Prerequisites: MATH 1324, MATH 1314, or instructor approval. Course Type: W

BUSI 1301 BUSINESS PRINCIPLES (3-3-0).
A general survey of the entire field of business and management in the free enterprise system. Concepts of business and management functions, organizational considerations, and decision-making processes. Explores areas of specialization in the business world. Skills: R Course Type: T

BUSI 2301 BUSINESS LAW I (3-3-0). The legal and social environment of business; contracts; personal property and bailment; and sales. Skills: R Course Type: T

BUSI 2302 BUSINESS LAW II (3-3-0).
Additional studies in business law including commercial paper, secured transactions, creditor's rights, and insurance; agency and employment; business organizations; real property, and estates. Skills: R Course Type: T

HRPO 1305 MANAGEMENT AND LABOR RELATIONS (3-3-0). The development and structure of the labor movement including labor legislation, collective bargaining, societal impact, labor/management relationships, and international aspects. Skills: R Course Type: W

HRPO 2301 HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT (3-3-0). Behavioral and legal approaches to the managment of human resources in organizations. Skills: R Course Type: W

HRPO 2303 EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES (3-3-0).
A study of employment issues including techniques for human resource forecasting, selection, and placement including interview techniques, pre-employment testing and other predictors. Topics include recruitment methods, the selection process, Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), recordkeeping, and Affirmative Action Plans. Skills: R Course Type: W

HRPO 2307 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR (3-3-0).
The analysis and application of organizational theory, group dynamics, motivation theory, leadership concepts, and the integration of interdisciplinary concepts from the behavioral sciences. Skills: R Course Type: W

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