Location

East Classroom Complex
Room 1224
(505) 566-3317

School Office Hours

Mon-Fri: 8:00am-5:00pm

Business Administration

 

Program Plan

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Business Administration
3.0 credits BADM-114: Intro to Business
A survey course presenting an overall integrated picture of American business and its operations. Included are such topics as forms of business ownership, management, internal organization, production, personnel, labor relations, marketing, short-term and long-term finance, insurance, accounting principles, business law, and entrepreneurship. [NM Common Course Number: BUSA 1113, Business Transfer Module]
Prerequisites: ENGL-095 and (RDNG-095 or RDNG-096) or appropriate English and Reading Accuplacer scores.
Offered: ALL
3.0 credits BADM-115: Non-Profit Bus. Management Principles
Students will examine operational and philosophical bases for not-for-profit entities, including IRS designations, partnerships, project planning, marketing, and funding sources.
Minimum grade required: "C"
Prerequisites: ENGL-095 and (RDNG-095 or RDNG-096) or appropriate English and Reading Accuplacer scores.
Offered: FALL
3.0 credits BADM-134: Supervision
This course is intended for those who either want to become supervisors or want to improve their present level of supervisory skills and knowledge. Management principles and their application to actual on-the-job situations are presented enabling students to contribute more effectively to the goals of the organization.
Prerequisites: ENGL-095 and (RDNG-095 or RDNG-096) or appropriate English and Reading Accuplacer scores.
Offered: FASP
3.0 credits BADM-212: Business Statistics
Introduces the student to the collection and analysis of numerical data. Covers descriptive statistics, measures of central tendency, probability, sampling distributions, estimation, hypothesis testing, and regression and correlation as they apply to a wide variety of business decisions.[NM Common Course Number: MATH 2113, Business Transfer Module]
Prerequisites: (RDNG-095 or RDNG-096) and MATH-115 or appropriate Reading and Math Accuplacer scores.
Offered: FASP
3.0 credits BADM-233: Principles of Management
This course introduces the basic theory of organization. The theory is built around the functions of planning, organizing, directing, and controlling. Special emphasis is placed on the interaction of the organization with its local and international environment. [NM Common Course Number: MGMT 2113, Business Transfer Module]
Prerequisites: (RDNG-099 or RDNG-113) and ENGL-099 or appropriate Reading and English Accuplacer scores.
Offered: FASP
3.0 credits BADM-238: Leadership & Group Dynamics
This course focuses on the development of leadership skills. It is designed to provide a basic understanding of leadership and group dynamics to help students develop a personal philosophy of leadership and an awareness of the moral and ethical responsibility of leadership. The course will integrate readings from the humanities, classical literature, and contemporary multi-cultural literature to illustrate various issues in leadership. Students will engage in a variety of experiential learning exercises in order to develop leadership skills. Also listed as HUMA 238.
Prerequisites: (RDNG-099 or RDNG-113) and ENGL-099 or appropriate Reading and English Accuplacer scores.
Offered: FASP
3.0 credits BADM-239: Human Resource Management
This course covers those topics which are relevant to the role of the human resources department in today's firm. Topics include: human resource management, compensation and benefits, labor relations, E.E.O.C., affirmative action, employment and placement, training and development, and other related topics.
Prerequisites: (RDNG-099 or RDNG-113) and ENGL-099 or appropriate Reading and English Accuplacer scores.
Offered: SP
3.0 credits BADM-242: Principles of Marketing
The methods, policies, and organization involved in the exchange of goods and services between producers and consumers. Topics include an overview of the social, economic, and legal environments in which marketing operates, consumer behavior, marketing research, market segmentation and targeting, strategic marketing, product planning, pricing, promotion, distribution, nonprofit marketing, social responsibility in marketing, and techniques of display construction and application. [NM Common Course Number: MKTG 2113, Business Transfer Module]
Prerequisites: (RDNG-095 or RDNG-096) and ENGL-099 or appropriate Reading and English Accuplacer scores.
Offered: FASP
3.0 credits BADM-248: Principles of Advertising
This course is a survey of the history of the advertising media available today, taking into consideration the advantages/disadvantages of each. It discusses the psychological approach to consumer persuasion, the techniques used in media selection and the creative processes of advertising.
Prerequisites: (RDNG-095 or RDNG-096) and ENGL-099 or appropriate Reading and English Accuplacer scores.
Offered: SP, Even Year
1.0 credits BADM-270: Stress Management
This course deals with coping with stress at work and at home. Much time is spent on identifying stressful situations and how to manage and cope with such situations.
Offered: ALL
3.0 credits BADM-280: Cooperative Education
Supervised cooperative work program. Student is employed in an approved business occupation. Student will be supervised and rated by the employer and instructor. Student will meet in a weekly class and/or report on a variety of films, reading, or seminars.
Offered: DMND Faculty Permission Required
1.0 - 3.0 credits BADM-290: Special Topics
Specific subjects to be announced in the Schedule of Classes. Semester Offered On Demand.
Offered: DMND
1.0 - 3.0 credits BADM-295: SPTO: (Special Topics)
Special or specific topic course to meet the needs of students. Topics and credits are announced in the Schedule of Classes. These courses may be used as electives for Associate degree requirements. May be repeated one or more times for additional credit. No more than 6 credits of special topic courses can be used toward a degree.
Offered: DMND

For more information, please call Murdoch Maloney at (505) 566-3308. Or send an email to maloneym@sanjuancollege.edu.