Administrative Systems Management Minor

Minor - Administrative System Mgmt (Minor)

College of ED & Human Sciences

Catalog Year: 2014-2015

Degree Specific Credits: 27

Required Cumulative GPA: 2.0

Note: This is a non-teaching minor offered with the Department of Curriculum & Instruction in the College of Education and Human Sciences. Admission to the Teacher Education Program is NOT required.

Administrative Systems Management Minor Required Courses

Rule: Complete all of the following courses.

Show All Course Descriptions Course Credits
Show Description ACTG 201 - Principles of Fin Acct
Offered every term. Prereq. or Coreq., grade of C or better in M 115 or M 162, or an appropriate math placement score (4 or higher) . Introduction to financial accounting concepts, including transactions analysis, financial statement analysis, and corporate financial reporting practices.
3 Credits
Show Description BGEN 235 - Business Law
Offered autumn and spring. This course provides an overview of law as it applies to business transactions. Topics include the nature and source of law; courts and procedure; contracts, sales, and employment; commercial paper; bailment's; property; business organizations; insurance; wills and estate planning; consumer and creditor protection; torts; criminal law; and agency law. Credit not allowed for both BGEN 235 and BADM 257.
3 Credits
Show Description BMGT 340 - Mgmt & Organization Behavior
Offered autumn and spring. Prereq., junior standing in Business. An intensive examination of the fundamentals of management and organization supported by the application of behavioral science principles to the management of people in organizations.
3 Credits
Show Description C&I 287 - Business Communications
Offered every term. Prereq., WRIT 101 College Writing I.  Emphasis on consistent and logical approaches to solving communication problems and creating successful communication products.
3 Credits
Show Description C&I 341 - Information Managemnt & Design
Offered spring.  Prereq., CSCI 172.  Emphasis on the development and maintenance of a file management system, application of effective design concepts in the creation of professional print and digital images and documents, and the creation of digital videos for use in education and/or business.
3 Credits
Show Description CSCI 172 - Intro to Computer Modeling
Offered autumn and spring. Prereq., M 090 or higher; or ALEKS Math Placement Test Score >2. Problem solving and data modeling using computer productivity software. Emphasis using spreadsheets and database for data analysis. Credit not allowed for CSCI 172, CRT 172, and CS 172
3 Credits
Show Description ECNS 201S - Principles of Microeconomics
Offered every term.  The nature of a market economy, economic decisions of the household and firm, competition and monopoly, value and price determination, distribution of income and applied microeconomic topics.
3 Credits
Show Description EDU 472 - Dev Digital Rich Workplace
Offered spring. Prerea., CSCI 172. Project-based course to gain understanding and the ability to use web development tools to create a functional, well-designed web project. Additional topics/projects include: Web 2.0+ tapping the potential of digital tool; social media—educational and business uses; gamification in education and business, and introductory electronic game development for the classroom and the boardroom.
3 Credits
Show Description M 115 - Probability and Linear Math
Offered every term. Prereq., M 090 with a grade of B- or better, or M 095, or ALEKS placement >= 3. Systems of linear equations and matrix algebra. Introduction to probability with emphasis on models and probabilistic reasoning. Examples of applications of the material in many fields.
3 Credits
Minimum Required Grade: C- 27 Total Credits Required