This course provides the business student with a study of the interrelationship of law, ethics, and business. The course also covers government regulation of business activities and the legal environment within which business must operate.
Globalization and Business Practice-CTW
This course examines worldwide integration of economic, political, technological, cultural, and social facets to explore the impact of globalization on organizations and individuals worldwide. Students develop an understanding of the macro environment of the global marketplace. They learn how to incorporate their knowledge of global markets through the simultaneous consideration of all business functions. Methodologies of country market assessment are utilized applying critical thinking through writing. The course is the required first CTW course for all majors in the Robinson College of Business.
Must meet RCB upper division course requirements and 45 semester hours, CSP 1, 2
This is a capstone course in the B.B.A. program and is required of all seniors. The course integrates subject matter from the business core courses and other disciplines. This course focuses on integrated approaches to medium and long-term organizational challenges in a dynamic environment. Students develop skills in, and appreciation of, the role of all managers in the formulation and implementation of organizational strategies. A computer simulation involving teams of students from different functional backgrounds is a major part of the instructional design. Warning: B.B.A. students who violate any of the prerequisites for BUSA 4980 are subject to disenrollment by the college regardless of performance or time lapse and will be allowed a tuition refund in accordance with the university’s refund schedule.
Comprehensive Exit Exam
CSP 1, 2, and 3
This non-credit course will administers the RCB exit exam for Undergraduate students. The class meets one time for three hours. This course is required for graduation in the semester of graduation for all Robinson College of Business majors. Corerequisite: Enrollment in BUSA 4980. Transient students are not eligible for nor required to take this class.