Marymount’s Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) students can take advantage of evening offerings from the Reston Center in Fall 2016. Reston BBA courses begin August 29.
FIN 301 Financial Management
The fundamentals of business finance, including financial analysis, planning, and control; management of working capital; analysis of long-term investment opportunities; and examination of internal and external sources of financing. Prerequisites: ACT 202. (3)
LA 249 Business Law II
A study of the law relating to the development and operations of partnerships, limited liability companies, and corporations, and of the government agencies that regulate business. Prerequisite: LA 248. (3)
MGT 291 Business Communication
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 102. Liberal Arts Core/University Requirements Designation: WI. (3)
MSC 345 Project Management
An introduction to the concepts, methods, and applications of project management as practiced by government and private industry. Students will become acquainted with the quantitative tools used in project management and with computer-based software tools. The course will also focus on the managerial and behavioral aspects of project management. (3)
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