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Associate in Applied Science



Business Administration Course Descriptions

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BR-Lynn Canaday, 816.604.6678
LV-Randy Kidd, 816.604.2597  Zack McNeil, 816.604.2522
MW-Kim Luken, 816.604.3106 James Moes, 816.604.3184
PV -Sheryl Farnan, 816.604.4424
Online-Lynn Canaday, 816.604.6678

BSAD 103 - Business English - 3.00 credits

Apply the English concepts and critical thinking skills to business writing and workplace applications via the Internet. Review of fundamentals of grammar, sentence structure, punctuation, and capitalization.

BSAD 109 - Principles of Supervision - 3.00 credits

This course is an integrated approach involving a variety of issues confronting supervisors and provides practical solutions within a diversified workforce and a global marketplace. The course explores how supervisors relate to employees, other supervisors and upper management, and emphasizes skills applications couples with Internet activities that require students to seek current information.

BSAD 161 - Professional Development and Business Careers - 3.00 credits

This course prepares students to match a career choice with their education, training, interests, abilities and current job market information. Topics and process will include self-assessment, career investigation and planning, employment communication, professional ethics and diversity issues.

BSAD 198A - Service-learning in Business - 1.00 credits

This is an experiential learning opportunity that links concepts and principles of business to real-world application through community service. Includes 40-hours of on-task service to a community organization, agency, or public service provider per credit hour. The community service placement agency and service assignment will vary, dependent on the business course topic and learning objectives.

BSAD 198B - Service-learning in Business - 2.00 credits

This is an experiential learning opportunity that links concepts and principles of business to real-world application through community service. Includes 40-hours of on-task service to a community organization, agency, or public service provider per credit hour. The community service placement agency and service assignment will vary, dependent on the business course topic and learning objectives.

 

Last Modified: 10/25/19