Marymount’s Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) students can take advantage of offerings from the Reston Center in Spring 2017.
IT 110 Information Technology In the Global Age (online) Introduces students to the role of information technology in today’s global business, political, and government environments, and in society in general. It examines the role of technology globally, particularly as it is used for cultural awareness. Liberal Arts Core/University Requirements Designation: GP. (3)
LA 248 Business Law I (Tuesdays 6:30pm-9:15 pm) A study of the rights and relationships involved in the laws of contracts, sales and agency, including the Uniform Commercial Code. Prerequisite: MGT 123.
MKT 301 Principles of Marketing (online) 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)
MSC 300 Business Statistics (Thursdays 6:30-9:15pm) Introduces students to the basic descriptive and inferential statistical procedures used in the analysis of data and testing hypotheses in a business environment. Commonly available spreadsheet software is used. Prerequisite: MA 151 or equivalent. Liberal Arts Core/ University Requirement Designation: DSINQ. (3)
MSC 337 Operations Management (online) A study of the concepts, issues, and decisions facing production and operations managers through the identification and analysis of a variety of operational systems. Emphasis on quantitative analysis techniques used by managers to solve these problems. Extensive use of microcomputer models. Prerequisites: MSC 300 or MA 132. (3)
If you are interested in registering for these courses, please contact your academic adviser. For more information about course schedules, visit Marymount’s online scheduling system Marynet.