ORGU 202 Accounting
Designed for non-accounting administrative or management personnel. Covers basic accounting concepts and principles, financial statements, budgeting, and how accounting information can be used as a management tool. Emphasis is placed on profit-type entities, although not-for-profit and public institutions are also covered. 3 credits.
ORGU 308 Economics and Organizations
(Formerly OA 208) Students learn decision-making with scarce resources, opportunity costs, supply and demand, market equilibrium, pricing in competitive markets, the public sector, national income accounting, introduction to foreign exchange market and balance of payments, unemployment and inflation, macroeconomic equilibrium, money and banking. This course may also be offered online. 3 credits.
ORGU 403 Finance
Provides students with a vocabulary of financial terms, an understanding of a corporate balance sheet and income statement. An introduction to financial planning, budgeting and cash management, and cash budgeting for personal and organizational use. 3 credits.
ORGU 404 Marketing
A study of the marketing of goods and services and the role of marketing in the economy. Topics include the marketing environment, buyer behavior, market segmentation, marketing mix policies, marketing of services, and marketing in the international economy. This course may also be offered online. 3 credits.
ORGU 405 Policy Formulation and Implementation in Organizations
An introduction to policy and strategy development in both public and private organizations. Students deal with strategic problem solving and decision making at all levels of an organization. Emphasis is upon the analysis of choices, roles, and moral dimensions involved in the cycle of policy, and strategy. Case method approach. This course may also be offered online. 3 credits.