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Business (BUS)                                                                          BUS 3510                  Business Programming
                                                                                        Includes basics of business systems development using programming languages
                                                                                                                                                                      3

                                                                                        supporting the Windows environment. Prerequisites: MIS 2100, completion of at
See Jon M. Huntsman School of Business, click here                                      least 40 credits, and cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.
BUS 1000                     Business Orientation                                0.5    BUS 3610                   Introduction to Entrepreneurship                      3
Orients freshmen and transfer students to Huntsman School of Business                   Introduction to entrepreneurship and the initial developmental processes of new
programs, academic and student services, professional organizations, and career         ventures. Helps students become familiar with entrepreneurship, its role in the
possibilities. This course is not currently being offered. For information about        economy, and its viability as a career path. Focuses on identifying and analyzing
when it may be offered, contact the Huntsman School of Business.                        potential business opportunities. Prerequisites: Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher
                                                                                        and completion of at least 40 credits.
BUS 2000                    Orientation for International
                            Summer Program                                     1®       BUS 3620                  Developing Entrepreneurial Competencies 3
Introduction to culture, history, and business environments, as well as travel          Focuses on the development of persuasion, delegation, organizational,
orientation, to prepare students for participation in one of the summer programs        leadership, and other practical competencies for individuals who launch
in either South America or Asia. Graded Pass/Fail only. (Sp)                            businesses and/or play a significant role in their growth. Prerequisites:
                                                                                        Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher and completion of at least 40 credits.
BUS 2250                   Introductory Internship                          1-9®
Introductory-level experience in a career-related position approved by the              BUS 3700                  Operations Management Fundamentals                 3
Cooperative Education Office. One credit for every 75 hours of internship               Study of basic concepts and tools relating to managing the operations of a
experience, with a maximum of 9 credits. A maximum of 12 credits of 2250 and            business. Prerequisites: Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher; MATH 1100 or 1210;
4250 combined can be counted toward the minimum degree requirements for the             STAT 2300 or 3000.
Huntsman School of Business. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. (F,Sp,Su)
                                                                                        BUS 3710                  Interpersonal and Team Skills                         3
BUS 3010                    Intermediate Accounting I                              3    Focuses on the role of teams and interpersonal relationships in emerging
Study at the intermediate level in accounting theory and practice relating to           organizations. Designed to help individuals and teams learn the skills needed for
financial reporting of assets. Prerequisites: Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher;          organizational effectiveness. Uses examples and exercises relevant to emerging
grade of B- or better in ACCT 2010.                                                     organizations.
BUS 3020                      Intermediate Accounting II                            3   BUS 3820                   International Ventures                              3
Study at the intermediate level in accounting theory and practice relating to           Explores international culture and content of entrepreneurship, the impact of
financial reporting of liabilities and equities. Prerequisites: Cumulative GPA of 2.5   globalization on emerging businesses, and the pressures and complexities of
or higher; BUS 3010.                                                                    operating in global markets, including the processes of managing multicultural
                                                                                        resources. Prerequisites: Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher and completion of at
BUS 3100        DSS       Survey of Management                                          least 40 credits.
                          Information Systems                              3
Survey of business uses of information technology, emphasizing vocabulary,              BUS 4010                   Selected Topics in Finance                           3
concepts, career emphases, and systems components. Includes general systems             Selected topics in finance pursued in depth. Topics may vary. Prerequisites:
theory and business functional information subsystems (e.g., accounting,                Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher; BUS 3400.
management, finance, and marketing). Prerequisites: Cumulative GPA of 2.5
or higher; and Computer and Information Literacy (CIL) Exam, OSS 1400, or               BUS 4020                  Selected Topics in Marketing                         3
equivalent. (F,Sp,Su)                                                                   Selected topics in marketing pursued in depth. Topics may vary. Prerequisites:
                                                                                        Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher; BUS 3500.
BUS 3110        DSS       Management Fundamentals                              3
Study of the role of management, leadership theory, defining goals, organizing          BUS 4030                 Selected Topics in Management                      3®
work, and managing performance. Prerequisite: Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.          Selected topics in management pursued in depth. Topics may vary. Prerequisites:
                                                                                        Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher and completion of at least 40 credits.
BUS 3250                  Discussions With Business Leaders                  1®
Introduces current business trends, issues, and problems. This is accomplished          BUS 4040                  Selected Topics in Human Resources                    3
through readings and discussions, as well as by required attendance at Dean’s           Selected topics in human resources pursued in depth. Topics may vary.
Convocation, Partner’s in Business, and other appropriate business seminars.            Prerequisites: Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher and completion of at least 40
Graded Pass/Fail only. (F,Sp)                                                           credits.
BUS 3310                  Managerial Cost Accounting                              3     BUS 4050                  Selected Topics in Information Systems               3
Intermediate level of accounting and interpretation of accounting information for       Selected topics in information systems pursued in depth. Topics may vary.
internal decision-making and control. Prerequisites: Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or           Prerequisites: BUS 3330, completion of at least 40 credits, and cumulative GPA
higher; ACCT 2020.                                                                      of 2.5 or higher.
BUS 3330                   Essentials of Database Systems                       3       BUS 4200                   Advanced Accounting                                3
Includes essential theory of database systems in areas such as E/R design,              Explores accounting principles and theory relating to business combinations,
relational design, the SQL language, and distributed databases. Prerequisites:          nonprofit organizations, and governmental accounting. Prerequisites: Cumulative
MIS 2100, completion of at least 40 credits, and cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.       GPA of 3.0 or higher; grade of B or better in BUS 3010; admittance to a USU
                                                                                        major; and completion of at least 40 credits. (Alt Su)
BUS 3400         QI       Finance Fundamentals                              3
Study of basic financial management principles, methods, and policies for               BUS 4250                   Advanced Internship                              1-9®
business. Prerequisites: Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher; ACCT 2010; MATH               Advanced or middle-level internship experience in a career-related position
1050; choose one statistics course from STAT 1040, 2300, 3000, or PSY 2800.             approved by the Cooperative Education Office. One credit for every 75 hours of
                                                                                        internship experience, with a maximum of 9 credits. Prerequisite: Permission of
BUS 3410                  Federal Income Tax I                                  3       instructor. (F,Sp,Su)
Study of tax law and procedures for individuals, with an introduction to
corporations and other entities. Prerequisite: Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.         BUS 4410                    Taxation of Business Entities                      3
                                                                                        Examines federal taxation of partnerships, S-corporations, estates and trusts,
BUS 3500                  Marketing Principles                                     3    and other special entities. Prerequisites: Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher,
Study of basic marketing principles, functions, concepts, and terminology.              grade of B or better in BUS 3010; BUS 3410; admittance to a USU major; and
Prerequisite: Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.                                          completion of at least 40 credits. (Alt F)




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Course Descriptions
BUS 4500                     Accounting Systems                                 3     BUS 5100                  Systems Analysis and Design
Studies concepts underlying the accounting systems’ computerized support of                                     and Project Management                                 3
business processes. Covers accounting systems development, internal controls,         Requires students to build an information system using state-of-the-art analysis
security, and systems auditing. Prerequisites: Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher;       and design principles, as well as project management essentials. The project
grade of B or better in BUS 3010; admittance to a USU major; and completion of        must be completed for an external organization using state-of-the-art software.
at least 40 credits. (Alt F)                                                          Prerequisites: BUS 3330, 3510, completion of at least 40 credits, and cumulative
                                                                                      GPA of 2.5 or higher.
BUS 4510                     Auditing Principles                                  3
Teaches fundamental principles and techniques of financial statement auditing.        BUS 6250                   Graduate Internship                               1-6®
Also addresses internal controls, professional ethics, legal environment, auditing    Graduate-level internship in a career-related position for graduate students
standards, and fraud detection. Prerequisites: Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher;       wishing to develop or expand their occupational experience. Maximum of 6
grade of B or better in BUS 3010; admittance to a USU major; and completion of        credits. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. (F,Sp,Su)
at least 40 credits. (Alt Sp)
                                                                                      BUS 6310                 MBA Career Development                            0.5®
BUS 4610                   Advanced Entrepreneurship                            3     Provides background in theory and practice of career development, including
Theoretical and practical aspects of starting or buying a business. Includes          student assessment, organizational entry, and career planning and mentoring.
development of a business plan, conducting due diligence for buying a business,       (F,Sp,Su)
valuation, and related topics. Prerequisites: Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher and
completion of at least 40 credits.                                                    BUS 6860                    Applied Business Research                             3
                                                                                      Provides students with the capability to design and conduct applied business
BUS 4710                  Entrepreneurship Project                              3     research projects in all areas of business. Introduces students to the philosophy
Students plan and complete advanced entrepreneurship projects that may                of science, research design, measurement and scaling, reliability and validity,
include developing their own business, a significant consulting project with a        communication of research results, and other topics. (Sp)
start-up or growth business, or other approved project. Prerequisites: Cumulative     _______________
                                                                                      ®Repeatable for credit. Check with major department for limitations on number of credits that
GPA of 2.5 or higher and completion of at least 40 credits.
                                                                                         can be counted for graduation.
BUS 4880        CI         Business Strategy                                     3
Capstone course dealing with the processes of operating a business venture.
Emphasizes market entry, finance, operations, managing growth, business
ethics, and social responsibility. Addresses entrepreneurial issues and global
strategies. Prerequisites: Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher; BUS 3110, 3400,
3500, 3700.




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