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Business - 60 credits

The business program is designed to provide graduates with the communication and technical skills necessary for employment in any business setting or for continuation of business education.

Emphasis is placed on business, accounting, and economic concepts which broaden the student's expertise rather than confining it to one area.

Graduates will be able to:

Receive a thorough training and education in core business concepts.

Communicate effectively in a business setting both orally and in writing.

Demonstrate an understanding of the legal and social environment of business in particular civil and criminal law, consumer protection, contracts, employment and personal property rights.

Demonstrate competence in financial and managerial accounting processes and systems.

Demonstrate competence in budgeting, performance evaluations, differential analysis, product pricing, and capital investment analysis.

Demonstrate an understanding of economic theory, analysis, and policy applications, including international trade and the global economy, production and cost theory, and the economic role of government.

Plan of Study
1st Year Fall Semester
AIS 150/155 Nakoda/A'ani nin I Lang 3
BUS 100 Introduction to Business 3
ECN 241 Microeconomics 3
GS 115 Freshman Seminar 1
WRIT 101 College Writing I 3
Total 13
1st Year Spring Semester
AIS 100 Intro to AIS 3
BIOL 151 General Biology/Lab 4
ECN 242 Macroeconomics 3
SP 110 Public Speaking 3
WRIT 201 College Writing II 3
Total 16
2nd Year Fall Semester
ACT 261 Accounting I 3
BUS/CIS Elective 3
M 121 College Algebra 3
Elective Social Science Elective 3
Elective Humanities/Fine Arts 3
Total 15
2nd Year Spring Semester
ACT 262 Accounting II 3
ACT 285 Computerized Accounting 1
BUS 271 Business Law 3
STAT 220 Statistics 3
WRIT 122 Intro to Business Writing 3
Elective BUS/CIS 3
Total 16
Total Credits For Degree: 60 Credits
NOTE: If placement test scores indicate refresher (remedial or developmental) classes are needed, the student's program will require more than two years to complete. It is imperative that students work closely with their advisors.


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