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Business 100: Intro to Business (137 Lessons)
The course objective is to study the basics and essentials of business including global markets, leadership, human resources and business operations.
Business 101: Principles of Management (147 Lessons)
The course objective is to gain an understanding of business management, including historical and current management theory, types of managers and roles of managers in an organization.
Business 102: Principles of Marketing (94 Lessons)
The course objective is to examine the principles of marketing, including marketing philosophies, research, marketing channels, consumer behavior theory and pricing strategy.
Business 103: Introductory Business Law (127 Lessons)
The course objective is to explore the history of constitutional law and learn about employment and international business law.
Business 104: Information Systems and Computer Applications (111 Lessons)
The course objective is to understand the business applications of information systems and computer applications. This includes study of software tools, hardware, network systems technology and data management.
Business 105: Labor Relations (108 Lessons)
After completing this course, you will be able to describe the history and development of labor relations in business and its impact on economic growth. You will understand unions, labor laws, and the process of collective bargaining. In addition, you will describe the history and development of labor relations in business and its impact on economic growth, as well as define the public versus the private sector.
Business 106: Human Resource Management (112 Lessons)
The course objective is to examine an overview of how human resource management (HRM) fits into a business organization and study some of the theories related to this field.
Business 107: Organizational Behavior (142 Lessons)
The course objective is to examine the principles of organizational behavior, including workplace ethics, conflict management, employee motivation and career management. You will also learn about issues of workplace diversity, organizational change and decision making.
Business 108: Business Ethics (123 Lessons)
The course objective is to give you a clear understanding of how business ethics work within organizations. You will also learn how business ethics affect society and government and vice versa.
Business 109: Intro to Computing (84 Lessons)
The course objective is to understand the fundamentals of computing, including database systems, the Internet, software development and programming.
Business 110: Business Math (78 Lessons)
The course objective is to introduce and teach you business math concepts, including linear equations, inequalities, and financial analysis.
Business 111: Principles of Supervision (81 Lessons)
The course objective is to cover the roles, functions, strategies and leadership skills necessary for today’s business managers.
Business 113: Business Communication (140 Lessons)
The course objective is to equip you with communication tools and resources for the workplace, from everyday correspondence to special presentations. You will learn successful workplace communication methods in terms of writing, speaking, and more.
Business 116: Quantitative Analysis
If you’re interested in learning how managers use data to help them make well-informed business decisions, check out the lessons in this course. We’ll demonstrate some of the simpler tools, like decision trees, and provide you with some insight as to why managers might use these along with other decision-making models and simulations to solve problems associated with everything from purchasing and production to inventory and project management. You can also explore the applications of linear programming and probability distributions to conduct market research and manage product distribution. Lessons in this course can introduce you to:
- Decision-making models and approaches
- Static and dynamic simulation
- Approaches to inventory management
- Queuing theory and waiting line models
- Probability data and decision analysis
- Project planning stages and scheduling
- Applications of linear programming
- Transportation and assignment problems
This course contains several video lessons designed to help you make sense of the decision-making models, theories and formulas used in quantitative analysis. You can also complete the short quizzes useful for assessing your understanding of these topics.
Business 120: International Business (105 Lessons)
In this engaging course, you’ll study topics including international trade, global economic development, currency and exchange rates. You’ll also examine global marketing, the impact of globalization on business and business ethics on a global scale.
Business 121: Introduction to Entrepreneurship (111 Lessons)
The course objective is to give you a thorough introduction to the concept, considerations, and practices of entrepreneurship by covering topics such as business opportunities, finance, planning, ethics, and risk-taking.
Business 202: Introduction to E-Commerce (104 Lessons)
The course objective is to examine the history and evolution of electronic commerce and analyze its impact in business today. You will examine current e-commerce systems, software, and issues in the field.
Business 203: Introduction to Retail Merchandising (104 Lessons)
The course objective is to introduce students to key concepts of retail merchandising operations. Students will learn about retail locations, design & presentation, pricing strategies, consumer behavior, customer service skills, and other introductory retail concepts.
Business 209: Mentoring & Leadership Development in the Workplace (109 Lessons)
The course objective is to provide you with an overview of mentoring and leadership skills by discussing relationships, communication, goals and growth as they relate to mentors and mentees.
Business 212: Business Statistics (127 Lessons)
The course objective is to introduce you to more advanced business statistics concepts such as probability, sampling, categorical data, hypothesis testing and regression analysis, and how these concepts can be utilized to make strategic business decisions.
Business 302: Foundations of Leadership (119 Lessons)
This course offers you a quick and easy way to study the foundations of leadership in business. You’ll review topics such as leadership styles, management functions, conflict resolution and the traits of effective leaders. Also included are lesson quizzes and chapter exams to help you check your understanding of important leadership terms, theories, skills and concepts
Business 303: Management Information Systems (127 Lessons)
By the end of this course, you’ll be able to analyze foundational MIS concepts, as well as the roles of computer hardware, software, knowledge management, data management and telecommunications in MIS.
Business 304: Leading Organizational Change (123 Lessons)
At the end of this course, you’ll be able to see how communication, corporate vision, company culture and globalization all affect the ways that leaders approach organizational change.
Business 305: Leadership Communication (129 Lessons)
The course objective is to explain the fundamentals of leadership communication. You will connect this knowledge with current leadership trends and with existing leadership theories. You will also understand the role of leaders in working teams and leaders’ impact on organizational culture.
Business 306: Strategic Human Resources Management (134 Lessons)
The course objective is to evaluate strategies used in human resources as they relate to concepts such as employment laws, employee motivation techniques, and how diversity can impact the workplace.
Business 307: Leadership & Organizational Behavior (171 Lessons)
The course objective is to analyze the role of leadership as a part of organizations and organizational behavior, with special focus on management, personality, motivation, communication, conflict, and change.
Business 308: Globalization & International Management (135 Lessons)
The course objective is to understand, analyze, and apply the concepts of business, management skills, and market strategies on the international and global scale.
Business 309: Digital Marketing & Advertising (99 Lessons)
The course objective is to provide you with a comprehensive overview of digital marketing and advertising tools, strategies, and trends. Understanding these concepts will equip you to be able to put together your own strategy for a digital advertising campaign.
Business 310: Advanced Business Ethics (103 Lessons)
By the end of this course, you’ll be able to analyze how ethics pertain to individuals, leaders and organizations in business. Students will also examine a variety of current ethical issues in the business world.
Business 312: Advanced Operations Management (76 Lessons)
The course objective is to equip you with an in-depth understanding of advanced level operations management. You will learn about business processes, such as quality and process improvement, forecasting, performance metrics, and risk management.
Business 313: Organizational Communication (69 Lessons)
At the end of this course, you’ll be able to improve your knowledge of different types of communication in organizations and the role communication plays within an organization.
Business 314: Employment Law (160 Lessons)
The course objective is to learn the implementation of labor laws and workplace safety, employee rights, wage regulation, torts, and discrimination laws.
Business 315: Logistics & Supply Chain Management (84 Lessons)
The course objective is to help you understand the function, implementation, and importance of supply chain management, logistical planning and other similar areas of business management.
Business 318: Management Ethics (74 Lessons)
The objective of this course is to impart to students the importance of ethics in business and the role that ethics play in corporate culture. Students will learn how ethics factors into corporate social responsibility, decision making, leadership, and business philosophy and morality.
Business 319: Negotiations & Conflict Management (125 Lessons)
At the end of this course, you’ll become knowledgeable about topics like the negotiation process, conflict resolution strategies, collaborative problem solving and international negotiation.
Business 321: Small Business Management (130 Lessons)
At the end of this course, you’ll get details about how to plan, manage, market and promote a small business while adhering to legal and ethical standards.
Business 323: Organizational Theory (109 Lessons)
The objective of this course is to teach you the fundamental concepts of organizational theory such as organizational power, structures, conflict, decision making, communication, and performance.
Business 324: Managerial Communication (96 Lessons)
The course objective is to examine and apply communication skills that managers need to effectively maneuver workplace conflicts, maximize productivity in meetings, deliver presentations, and handle many other duties that require communication.
Business 325: Union & Labor Relations (108 Lessons)
By the end of this course, you’ll be able to analyze the foundations of union and labor relations in the United States, as well as relevant labor laws. You will study management theory, the bargaining process, HR management, union structures, and conflict resolution in labor management.
Business 327: Retail Strategy (96 Lessons)
After completing this course, you will understand and be able to explain a wide range of retail concepts, including retail opportunity, competitive advantage, market growth, digital marketing, retail planning, retail performance evaluation and more.