Business Administration (BADM)
Core and Elective/Selective Courses
|Course #||Course Title||Instructor||Syllabus||Description|
|BADM 2101||Management, Organizations, and Society (1.5)||DavisJ. Forrer||Syllabus||Introduction to the manager and the management process in the context of organizations and society. Focus on effective management of the corporation in a changing society.|
|BADM 3102||Business and Government Relations (3)||H. Beales, J. Rivera, E. Kim, D.K. Davidson, D.J. Lenn, S. Patnaik||Syllabus||Economic and legal environment of business enterprise; social and political influences; contemporary problems and issues. Restricted to seniors in the B.B.A., B.Accy., and SEAS business concentration programs.|
|BADM 4101||Business Law and Ethics (3)||K. Martin, T. Radin, G. Reyes, J. Beltran, M. Sarwary||Syllabus||1) To clarify values
2) To create ethical awareness
3) To master a decision-making metric.
4) To master the basic elements of law pertaining to business organizations.
|BADM 4801||Strategy Formulation and Implementation (3)||J. Cook, J. Thurman, J. Walter, J. Griffin||N/A||An integrative capstone course to develop skills in diagnosing organizational problems, formulating and selecting strategic alternatives, and recognizing problems inherent in strategy implementation. Restricted to seniors in the B.B.A., B.Accy., and SEAS business concentration programs.|