Department of Business Administration Larry H. Linamen, Ed.D., Chair Faculty Professor: Warren Associate Professors Buegler, Linamen, Powell Instructors: Austin, Esselstrom, jewe, Vanderhoof Objectives: The department of business administration offers four curricular em phases leadi ng to a Bache lor of Science de gree in business administration with con centrations in account ing, ma1·keting, bus i ness management and computer informat ion systems. The program is structured to give the student broad un de1·standing of the social and economic en vironment in which Christian business per sons function, and provides a common body of knowledge for students who se lect this major. Students study economics, finance. management. business law, ac counting, and marketing as the cOJ·e of the majo1· based upon quantitative manage ment skills. The four individual emphases prepa1·e students through additional speci fied cou1·ses to enter a career field in those areas, 01· to select a graduate school upon graduation. It is the purpose of the department to prepare highly skilled, technically compe tent business persons who have broad p1·eparat1on 1n the liberal arts as well, and who can make significant contributions in the world of wOJ·k or in Christian organiza t ions they may serve. Department Major: 57-67 units, de pending which of the four curricular em phasis is selected, of which 27 must be up per division, leading to the Bachelor of Sci ence degree. The required business department core includes 190, 20 I , 202, 21 I, 212, 223, 321, 330, 361, 362, 370, 415, 470. Courses for the management concentration include: I I I , 221, 318, 325, 336 and 464. Courses for the accounting
43 I DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY (4) Selected topics in developmental biol ogy (plant and animal) emphasizing molec ular basis of differentiation, vertebrate em bryology, research literature, student dis cussion and analysis of experimental design. Laboratory emphasizing chick em bryology, gametogenesis, microtechnique, system physiology, metamorphosis and di rected experimentation. Three hours lec ture, four hours laboratory. Prerequisites: 3 I 2, 322. Alternate years. Lab fee $20. 440 TOPICS IN ADVANCED BIOLOGY (2-4) One section offered each year upon sufficient demand. Course may be repeat ed with different content (section title). Endocrinology Concepts of neurosecret ion, hormone actions and the endocrine regulation to hu man physiology. Prerequisite: I I I . Entomology Classification of and biology of economi cally important insects. Prerequisite: 21 I or consent. Marine Ecology Observation and field experimentation with marine organisms. Collection and anal ysis of ecological data using underwat er techniques. Prerequisites: 352 and SCUBA certification. One hour lecture, four hours laboratory. Lab fee: $35 . History and Philosophy of Biology Historical and philosophical develop ments leading to establishment of biology as a modern science. Biologists, scientific method, theories of origins and evolution, bio-politics investigated Prerequisite: I I I or consent. Immunology The structures and functions of the im mune system and antibody molecules. Analysis of medically significant disorders of the immune system with a view toward further understanding of basic immunological principles. Basic aspects of cancer and cancer therapy that relate to immunology. Prerequisite: 221 or 3 I 2. Lab fee: $30.
concentration include 22 1, 31 I, 3 12, 313, 314, 3 I 5, 325, 41 I , 41 2. Courses for t he marketing concentration include 221 , 33 I, 334,336, 420,431 , 432 and two of t he fol lowing: 430,435,436 or 450 (with depart ment approval). Courses for the comput er information systems concentration include: IO I , 275, 280, 302, 325, 402 and 425. Management and computer information systems concentration students must select six units of upper division business electives . Psychology 200 is a required supporting course. The general education requirement for a foreign language for those following a business administration maior may be met by two years of high school language or the first four un its of a college language. Business administration maiors may use BUS 190 and 223 for math credit t oward the science/mathematics requirement for the general educat ion requ irements, but the units cannot be counted in both gener al education and in the major. Philosophy 305 is recommended for all business ma JOrs. Department Minor: 18 units plus 6 units of specified quantitat ive prerequisi te courses of which 190 may be used for math credit towards the general education 1·equ irement for science/math, but the units cannot be counted in both general education and in the minor. Business courses: 18 units including: 20 I, 21 I, 212, 330, 361, 370, 415. Quantitative courses 190,221. Accounting Courses 21 I, 212 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNT ING (3, 3) Basic for all business majors and those seeking to learn the language of business; procedure for setting up a double entry bookkeeping system. Second semester: corporate accounting and elementary cost accounting methods. Prerequisite: 21 I prerequisite for 212, 221. One hour each week, non-credit. laboratory. 31 I, 312 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNT ING (3 , 3) Advanced treatment of cash-fiow, funds-fiow analyses, preparation of finan-
Microscopy Theory and application of bright field, dark field, phase contrast, polarizing, scan ning and transmission microscopes. Prep aration techniques of biological materials for, and observation with electron micro scopes emphasized. Prerequisites: I I I, 312. Lab fee : $35. Ornithology Systematics, distribution, physiology, be havior and ecology of birds. Field identifi cation emphasized. Prerequisite: I IOo r I I I. Transportation fee: $40. 450 DIRECTED STUDY ( 1-3) Literature and laboratory research of a specific subject or technique in biology; ad vanced students gain experience in experi mental design, laboratory investigation and technical writing. May be repeated for a maximum of three units. Prerequisite: ju nior or senior biological science maior standing and consent one semester in ad vance. 460 PRE-MED PRACTICUM ( I ) Professionally supervised observation, demonstration and study in a local medical, dental or laboratory facility. Introduction to health care philosophies, hospital and pa tient routines, personnel, instrumentation and specific treatment practices (phlebot omy credential with medical technology section). Case study and research paper required. Thirty hours of observation. Pre requisite: junior standing and petition filed with Pre-Medical Advisory Committee one semester prior to enrollment. Insur ance fee: $20. 470 SEMINAR IN ADVANCED BIOLOGY ( I) Literature research followed by OJ·al presentation, group discussion and evalua t ion; independent thought and study stressed. May be repeated for maximum of two units of credit. Open to biology ma jors only.
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