Register for Fall 2014 Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Courses at Marymount Reston

This Fall 2014, we are pleased to offer our first two courses in the new Marymount University Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program available at the Reston Center.

The course schedule is designed to meet the needs of third and fourth-year students in the Marymount program including new transfer students from Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA).

Fall 2014 classes begin August 25.

MGT 291 Business Communication
Tuesdays
6:30-9:15PM
Focuses on the skills and approaches people in the business environment must have to communicate effectively at work. Emphasizes writing in a variety of formats, preparing and delivering business presentations, writing in teams, negotiating and interpersonal communication skills, and spending 40 percent of one’s time with every writing/speaking assignment engaged in editing and revision. Requires successful demonstration in the use of today’s technology to communicate with a variety of business audiences. Knowledge of PowerPoint required. Prerequisite: EN 102Liberal Arts Core/University Requirements Designation: WI. (3)

MKT 301 Principles of Marketing
Thursdays
6:30-9:15PM
A study of the system of interacting business activities that deliver goods and services to present and potential customers. Analysis of the problems of planning, research, and logistics that confront the modern marketing manager. Prerequisite: EN 102. (3)

For more information about any course descriptions or class meeting times, visit Marymount’s online course scheduling system, Marynet.

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