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Curriculum Action Notice


From:

Academic Affairs Committee

Date:

November 12, 2007

This is a bulletin from the Academic Affairs Committee concerning proposed curricular actions. Please forward any comments or concerns in the next 10 days to the AAC chair, Premalatha Junius, G04C Belknap Hall, ext. 4588.

Curricular Action Notice: Program Change
Department: Business and Economics

Rationale for change:  PSY 3315 and PSY 3316 were approved by the department as courses allowed as business electives in the new program.  The courses were inadvertently omitted from the paperwork which was submitted to Academic Program Committee.  It is being added now to be effective for Fall 2008, as it should have been.

List all changes:     
Psy 3315 Human Resource Management I and Psy 3316 Human Resource Management II are included as courses allowed as Business Electives in the new business program effective Fall 2008.

Program Description for Catalog: 
Changes are in red below, in Business Electives:

Business Electives for New business program

ACC 3310 - Intermediate I

ACC 3311 - Intermediate II

ACC 3390 - Intro to Federal Income Tax

ACC 3350 - Cost Accounting I

ACC 3320 - Advanced Accounting

ACC 4400 - Auditing [Summer only]

ACC 3370 - Fraud Examination [Summer only]

ACC 3314 - Automated Accounting [Summer only]

Marketing: 

MKT 3334 - Marketing Research

MKT 3370 - Salesmanship

MKT 4422 - International Marketing

MKT 4423 - Business-to-Business Marketing

MKT 4426 - e-Marketing

BUS 3310 - Managing Diversity

MKT 4421 - Marketing Channels and Distribution [summer only]

BUS 3260 - Entrepreneurship [summer only]

Management: 

MGT 3325 - Business Leadership

MGT 3360 - International Management

MGT 4451 - Managing Organizational Behavior

MGT 3302 - Managerial Decision-Making [summer only]

Economics / finance:

ECO 3301 - Intermediate Macroeconomics

ECO 4485 - Managerial Economics

ECO 3311 - Money & Banking

ECO 3333 - International Economics

FIN 3301 - Introduction to Finance

FIN 3333 - International Finance

FIN 4435 - Investment Theory

FIN 3312 - Financial Markets & Institutions

TRAVEL:

TRT 3300 - The Travel Consumer

TRT 4430 - Tour Suppliers and Wholesalers

TRT 3350 - Hotel Resort Mgmt & Operations

Other courses accepted as business electives:

PSY 3315 Human Resource Management I
PSY 3316 Human Resource Management II

 

Other electives:  11 credit hours

Total 120 credit hours [most courses are 3 credits]

 

 

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