Courses during the 1819-WT term
An advanced study of investment and portfolio analysis and theory. Topics will include both fundamental and technical analysis techniques for both domestic and international equity investing and fixed income investment theories. Prereq: BUS 220 and BUS 250.
This course will focus on the interaction of ethics and business. The emphasis will be on developing Christian business leaders. Students will explore moral and ethical problems confronting business in the context of political, social, and ecological environments. Topics will include ethical issues in the free market economic system, the social responsibility of business, compensation issues, and international trade. Prereq: BUS 250
By arrangement with advisor. Section -01 is the catch-all parent section for internships. Section -02 is the parent section for ACC, BML, COM, CAR, & BUS. Section -03 is the parent section for PED & SPE.
An introduction to cellular reproduction, genetics, natural selection, biochemistry, and cellular biology. 3 lec, 2 hrs. lab.