Business Management Courses

BMGT 311 Principles of Management (3)

Prerequisite: second-year standing. Explores the skills utilized in management, focusing on the six key functions: planning, organizing, leading, controlling, decision-making and staffing. Concepts and methods used in managing people and organizations are examined.
Offered every semester.

BMGT 361 Corporate Finance (3)

Prerequisites: ECON 112 and ECON 113, ACCT 241 and 242, MATH 105, and third-year standing. Introduces financial management with emphasis on the basic tools employed in corporate financial decision-making. Concentrates on topics such as the financing and management of working capital, financial statement analysis, time value of money, valuation concepts and capital budgeting decisions.
Offered every semester.

BMGT 362 Principles of Investment (3)

Prerequisites: BMGT 361 and third-year standing. Concentrates on capital markets, security analysis and portfolio management. Classical and contemporary theories concerning optimum portfolio construction and asset allocation will be emphasized.
Offered every fall.

(Recommended) BMGT 331P Business Law I (3)

Prerequisite: third-year standing. Studies the legal process and the public and private law relating to business. Examines the underlying principles most closely connected with ordinary business transactions: introduction to the law, agency, contracts, sales and commercial paper.
Offered every even fall.

(Recommended) BMGT 332 Business Law II (3)

Prerequisite: BMGT 331. Continues study of the legal process and the public and private law relating to business. Focuses on partnerships, corporations, real property, fiduciaries (estates and trusts) and bankruptcy.
Offered every odd spring.

(Recommended) BMGT 363 Advanced Financial Management (3)

Prerequisites: BMGT 361 and third-year standing. Focuses on modern theory of corporate finance and its application to financial decisions. Topics such as leasing, the investment banking process, convertible securities and warrants, mergers and divestiture, leveraged buyouts and international financial management will be thoroughly examined.
Offered every spring.