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1 General Catalog Academic Calendar, General College Information, Degree Programs, Course Descriptions, Academic Information, Activities/Athletics and Organizations, Admissions Information, Tuition and Fees, Financial Aid, Scholarships, and General Policies aib.edu

2 Index COURSE DESCRIPTIONS A ACADEMIC ASSISTANCE AND TUTING...52 ACADEMIC CALENDAR... 3 ACADEMIC INTEGRITY POLICY ACADEMIC LOAD, SCHEDULES, AND ELECTIVES ACADEMIC WARNING STATUS, SUSPENSION, AND PROBATION...52 ACCREDITATION... 5 ACTIVITIES AND GANIZATIONS ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS...57 ACTIVITIES CENTER AIB ADVANCEMENT APPEARANCE POLICY...67 APPROVALS... 5 ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAMS...32 ATHLETICS ATTENDANCE B BACHEL'S DEGREE PROGRAMS...11 BLENDED LEARNING...51 BOARD OF TRUSTEES... 4 C CAMPUS SECURITY AND CRIME REPT...68 CAREER SERVICES CHANGE OF MAJ COLLEGE HOURS...51 COLLEGE JURISDICTION COMMENCEMENT...54 COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT COMPUTER NETWK... 6 CPATE FACILITIES COURSE DESCRIPTIONS...40 CREDIT EQUIVALENCIES...59 D DANTES DEAN S LIST...52 DEGREE PROGRAMS... 9 DIRECTIONS TO CAMPUS DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE POLICY...67 DISABILITY SERVICES DUAL CREDIT...59 F FINANCIAL AID...62 FINANCIAL AID - OTHER TYPES OF ASSISTANCE...63 FOOD SERVICE G GENERAL EDUCATION... 9 GENERAL POLICIES...67 GRADES AND GRADE POINT AVERAGE...52 GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS...62 GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE...54 H HEALTH AND PROPERTY INSURANCE...67 HISTY HON ROLL...52 HOUSING POLICY... 7 HOUSING I INSTITUTIONAL LEARNING OUTCOMES... 8 IOWA POSTSECONDARY ENROLLMENT ACT...59 IOWA SEX OFFENDER REGISTRATION DISCLOSURE...68 K KAIB-TV... 7 L LIBRARY...51 LOANS...62 LOCATION AND FACILITIES... 5 M MISSION N NONDISCRIMINATION POLICY...67 O ONLINE CLASSES...51 ONLINE DEGREE PROGRAM...10 IENTATION P PERSISTENCE RATE PRESIDENT'S CABINET... 4 PRESIDENT'S LETTER... 3 PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLARS...52 PRI LEARNING ASSESSMENT...51 PRIVACY ACT...53 PROSPECTIVE STUDENT VISIT R RETURN OF FUNDS...63 S SATISFACTY ACADEMIC PROGRESS...63 SCHOLARSHIPS...64 SEXUAL ABUSE POLICY SOCIAL PROBATION AND SUSPENSION...67 STATEMENT OF CIVILITY AND DIVERSITY... 8 STUDENT EMPLOYMENT...62 STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION...57 STUDENT IDENTIFICATION... 7 T TAXPAYER BENEFITS TERM SYSTEM AND CREDIT HOURS... 9 TEST OUT OPTION...59 TRANSFER OF CREDIT...59 TUITION AND FEES V VALUES VISION... 4 W WITHDRAWAL FROM CLASS COLLEGE

3 A NOTE FROM THE PRESIDENT Strategic, career-minded students striving toward a future in business make a smart move in choosing AIB College of Business for their college experience. Our practical approach to higher education combines formal learning with direct applications in class and in the workplace. Students earn a Bachelor of Science degree or an Associate in Applied Science degree by attending convenient daytime classes or completing popular online courses, or through blended learning (evening and online). Flexible scheduling allows students to hold jobs while attending college to earn real paychecks and gain real-world experience. AIB is located in the heart of Des Moines Iowa s capital city. The 20-acre campus is just two miles from downtown, a business and cultural hub with an invigorating urban atmosphere and on ongoing schedule of entertainment and professional events. This proximity enables AIB students to secure formal internships and part-time work at companies (large and small), nonprofit organizations or governmental agencies. The AIB faculty is comprised of outstanding professionals with established workplace experience who are dedicated to exciting students about the learning process. They also focus on teaching practical and theoretical skills in the areas of leadership, critical and creative thinking, teamwork, professionalism, and oral and written communications. Volunteering through structured community engagement opportunities educates students in the practice of community service and involvement. The importance of high ethics and values are emphasized to students as they are groomed to become future business leaders. We welcome you to visit AIB's beautiful hillside campus and learn more about degree opportunities, student life, athletics and most important how an AIB education translates into a rewarding career in business. Sincerely, Nancy Williams, President AIB Class of 1981 TABLE OF CONTENTS General Information....4 Degree Programs Course Descriptions Academic Information Activities/Athletics and Organizations Admissions Information Tuition and Fees Financial Aid Scholarships General Policies This catalog supersedes all previous editions as of September 1, ACADEMIC CALENDAR FALL TERM 2014 Classes Begin...September 8, 2014 Class Make-up Day.... November 18, 2014 Finals.... November 19-20, 2014 Fall Term Ends.... November 20, 2014 WINTER TERM Classes Begin... December 1, 2014 Holiday Break.... December 19, 2014-January 4, 2015 Classes Resume.... January 5, 2015 Class Make-up Day.... February 24, 2015 Finals.... February 25-26, 2015 Winter Term Ends...February 26, 2015 SPRING TERM 2015 Classes Begin... March 9, 2015 No Day Classes.... April 6, 2015 Finals.... May 20-21, 2015 Spring Term Ends... May 21, 2015 SUMMER TERM 2015 Commencement.... June 7, 2015 Classes Begin... June 8, 2015 July 4th Holiday Break....July 2-5, 2015 Classes Resume....July 6, 2015 Finals.... August 19-20, 2015 Summer Term Ends.... August 20, 2015 FALL TERM 2015 Classes Begin...September 8, 2015 Finals.... November 18-19, 2015 Fall Term Ends.... November 19, 2015 WINTER TERM Classes Begin... November 30, 2015 Holiday Break.... December 18, 2015-January 3, 2016 Classes Resume.... January 4, 2016 Class Make-up Day.... February 23, 2016 Finals.... February 24-25, 2016 Winter Term Ends...February 25, 2016 SPRING TERM 2016 Classes Begin... March 7, 2016 No Day Classes.... March 28, 2016 Finals.... May 18-19, 2016 Spring Term Ends... May 19, 2016 SUMMER TERM 2016 Commencement.... June 5, 2016 Classes Begin... June 6, 2016 July 4th Holiday Break....July 4-5, 2016 (Classes on Friday, July 8) Classes Resume....July 6, 2016 Finals.... August 17-18, 2016 Summer Term Ends.... August 18, 2016 FALL TERM 2016 Classes Begin...September 6, 2016 Finals.... November 16-17, 2016 Fall Term Ends.... November 17, 2016 WINTER TERM Classes Begin... November 28, 2016 Holiday Break.... December 23, 2016-January 8, 2017 Classes Resume.... January 9, 2017 Class Make-up Day.... February 21, 2017 Finals.... February 22-23, 2017 Winter Term Ends...February 23, 2017 SPRING TERM 2017 Classes Begin... March 6, 2017 No Day Classes....April 17, 2017 Finals.... May 17-18, 2017 Spring Term Ends... May 18, 2017 SUMMER TERM 2017 Commencement.... June 4, 2017 Classes Begin... June 5, 2017 July 4th Holiday Break....July 3-4, 2017 (Classes on Friday, July 7) Classes Resume....July 5, 2017 Finals.... August 16-17, 2017 Summer Term Ends.... August 17,

4 AIB College of Business is an independent, coeducational, college of business established under Chapter 504A of the Iowa Nonprofit Corporation Act. The College is a taxexempt organization as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service Code. AIB is a single-campus college located in Des Moines, Iowa. The College was founded in AIB offers Bachelor of Science degrees and Associate in Applied Science degrees in various business majors. AIB COLLEGE OF BUSINESS GENERAL INFMATION BOARD OF TRUSTEES Paul Brown Vice President - Principal Life Insurance Co. Des Moines, Iowa Frederick V. Buie President - Keystone Electrical Manufacturing Co. Des Moines, Iowa Chris Costa Senior Vice President - Knapp Properties, Inc. West Des Moines, Iowa Rollin M. Dick, CPA Consultant - MH Equity Investors Indianapolis, Indiana Michael Disbro, M.D. Radiologist - Mercy Medical Center Des Moines, Iowa Keith D. Fenton President Emeritus - AIB College of Business Scottsdale, Arizona VISION Randy Forburger Past President & Owner - Midwest Business Solutions, Inc. Des Moines, Iowa Robert L. Link, C.A.M., C.M. Vice President of Administration - EMC Insurance Companies Des Moines, Iowa Elizabeth A. Nigut, J.D. Vice President Human Resources - EMC Insurance Companies Des Moines, Iowa Sheila K. Tipton Attorney - Belin McCormick, P.C. Des Moines, Iowa M. Jane Weingart, CSR, RPR, RMR, Chair Freelance Principal - MJW Court Reporting Services Burlington, Iowa Nancy A. Williams President - AIB College of Business Des Moines, Iowa PRESIDENT S CABINET Nancy A. Williams, President Dr. M. Susan Cigelman, Vice President for Academic Affairs Courtney Maxwell Greene, Vice President of Enrollment and Communications Paul Winget, CPA, Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Dawn Roberts, Vice President of Advancement Christy Roland, Chief Academic Officer Denise Cody, Senior Director of Information Technology Megan Pitz, Senior Director of Admissions Dr. Lisa Hetzel, Dean of Students Dianne Leonard, Faculty Assembly President Kirk Trow, Director of Human Resources Al Dorenkamp, Director of Athletics Jane Meisner, Public Relations Director AIB College of Business will be a vibrant and innovative leader in higher education at the associate and baccalaureate levels, offering exceptional business curricula in a variety of learning environments. MISSION AIB College of Business, as an institution of higher education, is dedicated to the development of our students as ethical, productive, and engaged citizens who are actively recruited as business professionals for a diverse world. Information in this catalog does not constitute a contract between AIB College of Business and a student. AIB reserves the right to make changes in curricula, admission policies and procedures, tuition and financial aid (including scholarships), academic standards and guidelines, student services, and any other requirements, rules, policies, or procedures set forth in this catalog, without giving prior notice. 4

5 GENERAL INFMATION ACCREDITATION AIB College of Business is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC), a commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Offices for The Higher Learning Commission are located at 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, IL , (800) Accreditation information is on file in the office of the Assistant Dean for Institutional Effectiveness. APPROVALS Courses of study are approved by the State Approving Unit of the Iowa Department of Public Instruction for veterans education. AIB is approved by the United States Department of Justice for training foreign students. HISTY American Institute of Business was founded in Des Moines, Iowa, in Everett O. Fenton served as president of the College until his retirement in In 1925, the school was located in the Victoria Hotel. In 1935, the College moved to facilities at Tenth Street and Grand Avenue, where it remained for 37 years. The College was reorganized as a nonprofit institution in For more than 20 years, the women s basketball team, which produced 23 All-Americans and toured the United States, Canada, and Mexico, was a powerhouse in national competition. Under the leadership of Keith Fenton, president from 1957 to 1998, the College continued to grow and to develop the campus at Fleur Drive and Bell Avenue. In 1965, a dormitory for 152 female students was built on the campus and dedicated to E. O. Fenton. The administration and classroom building was completed in In 1977, an addition to Fenton Hall was completed. The west wing was dedicated to Elsie M. Fenton, founder of Alpha Iota Sorority. In 1981, a classroom building was constructed and dedicated to Ralph B. Wells, accounting instructor at AIB for 36 years. In 1983, the College acquired an apartment complex on the southwest corner of the campus. Merk Hall was dedicated in recognition of the Merk Realty Company for its financial contributions to AIB; Dalton Hall was dedicated in honor of Darrell and Frances Dalton, Fenton Hall houseparents for 19 years. Two additional buildings adjacent to the original campus were purchased in 1985; these buildings house the Court Reporting and Captioning Center, Academic Center, library, classrooms and offices. In 1989, six adjacent buildings were purchased, enlarging the campus to 16 buildings on 20 acres. One building has since been dedicated in honor of Clarence Davidson, AIB instructor for 22 years; one to Richard Opie, AIB officer for 21 years; one in memory of Arnold Johnson 37 and his wife, Dorothy, for their financial contributions to the scholarship program; one to J. Edward Power, member and chairman of the AIB Board of Trustees for 15 years; and Eagles Hall was renamed Kay Smith Eagles Hall in honor of her 39 years of service as a faculty member at AIB. In 1998, President Keith Fenton retired after 42 years of service. The Administration Building was renamed the Keith Fenton Administration Building in his honor. In 1999, Nancy Williams became the third president of the College. In the Fall of 1999, the Activities Center was opened, providing the College with a gymnasium and conference center. In 2000, the College changed its name to AIB College of Business to better reflect its mission and purpose. In 2001, AIB began offering online classes and in 2003, the College was approved to offer its first online associate degree. A year later, all associate degree majors were approved by the HLC to be offered online. In 2006, AIB was approved to offer Bachelor of Science degrees through a completion program, and the bachelor's degree majors went online in Also in 2007, after more than a 50-year hiatus, AIB brought back women s basketball. The team became part of the Iowa Community College Athletic Association (ICCAA) and a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA). In 2008, men s golf and women s golf were introduced at the College. In 2010, after three years competing in the ICCAA, AIB became a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). AIB now features men s basketball, women s basketball, women s volleyball, men s golf, women s golf, men s soccer, women s soccer, baseball, softball, men's bowling, women's bowling, cheerleading, pep band and competitive dance. In 2011, the College renamed the Financial Aid Office as Forsyth Financial Aid in honor of alumni Willis Bill & Jeanette Forsyth who created and endowed the Jeanette (Hauck) Forsyth Scholarship." Then in 2013, the College was granted approval to offer traditional Bachelor of Science degrees without a completion degree stipulation in the following four majors: Accounting, Business Administration, Contemporary Business Communications as well as Sports and Event Management. LOCATION AND FACILITIES AIB College of Business is located two miles north of the Des Moines International Airport and overlooks the downtown skyline of the city, which is the center of business and 5

6 GENERAL INFMATION cultural activities. The campus includes nine apartment-style residence halls, which provide housing for approximately 450 students. In addition to the Activities Center, recreational facilities on campus include an outdoor swimming pool, a sand volleyball court and a picnic area. Parking is available on campus. The office of the President is located in the Keith Fenton Administration Building. The offices of Admissions, Marketing, Public Relations, Information Technology Services, Human Resources, Forsyth Financial Aid, Financial Services and the City View Diner are also housed in the Keith Fenton Administration Building. Several computer-networked classrooms, as well as several other classrooms, are located in this building. Faculty from the Accounting, and Communications and General Studies Departments, maintain offices in this building. Wells Hall is a classroom building located in the center of campus. General education, communications and business administration classes are taught here. One computer-networked lab is located on the first floor of Wells Hall. The Academic Center houses the offices of Community Engagement, Registrar, Academic Advising, Student Counseling, Career Services and the Library. The Library carries books, periodicals, videotapes, CDs and also maintains a networked computer lab. The Court Reporting and Captioning Center includes networked computer labs, classrooms and faculty offices. The Arnold and Dorothy Johnson Alumni Center houses the offices of Advancement and Alumni as well as the Bill Reichardt Clothes Closet. Residence hall facilities include Fenton Hall, Merk Hall, Dalton Hall, Davidson Hall, Opie Hall, Power Hall, Honors Hall and Kay Smith Eagles Hall. Fenton Hall includes the offices of Student Life and Safety Management as well as offers 24-hour computer access. The Eagle's Landing Bookstore is located in Fenton Hall East. AIB ACTIVITIES CENTER The Activities Center, home of the AIB athletics program, is located on the northwest corner of the campus and is attached to Fenton Hall West residence hall. The Activities Center includes a multicourt gymnasium, a fitness room with cardiovascular and strength equipment, an indoor running track, and locker rooms. The Athletics and Activities Departments maintain offices in this building. The Activities Center was designed also to be an educational facility. A theater-style Conference Center accommodates groups of up to 75 and may be rented by members of the community. Workshops are held in the Conference Center throughout the year. Membership to the Activities Center is open to all AIB students, faculty, and staff. Alumni may also purchase memberships. Many AIB students participate in wellness programs, and intramural programs such as flag football, basketball, volleyball, badminton, bowling, and softball. CPATE FACILITIES AIB invites companies and organizations to use its facilities for their own meetings and programs. Facilities include: Traditional and computer classrooms (accommodating up to 30 people with computers and 40 without computers); A large diner (accommodating approximately 100 people); and A boardroom (accommodating approximately 25 people). 6 The AIB Activities Center and Conference Center are also available for corporate use. COMPUTER NETWK All buildings connect on campus to the AIB Local Area Network (LAN) and wireless network. Through this local network, students, faculty, and staff have access to , the Internet, and a wide variety of computer software programs. Students are required to sign an Internet Use Agreement upon enrolling at AIB. Computer, AIB network, and wireless privileges can be revoked or restricted upon misuse of computer equipment, the Internet, , or other computer software that impedes the network. The College maintains 12 networked computer classrooms and labs for student use. Over 350 computers are available. Computers in Fenton Hall are available 24 hours a day. Labs are located in Wells Hall, the Keith Fenton Administration Building and the AIB Library. All student apartments have wired and wireless access to the AIB computer network. Students whose computers meet the required specifications may connect to the AIB network from their residence hall for no charge. AIB ADVANCEMENT The AIB Advancement Office provides alumni and fundraising services to the College. AIB College of Business is a nonprofit organization, which is tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions to the College are received from alumni, trustees, faculty, staff, friends, emeriti, and corporations. Gifts to the College support the various scholarship and athletic programs, building projects, and endowment development.

7 GENERAL INFMATION Graduates become lifetime members of the dues-free AIB Alumni Association. The Alumni Association was formed in Anyone graduating before that date may become a member by contacting the Advancement Office. Alumni are encouraged to visit the campus to attend reunions and activities, and send updates on themselves for the alumni database. CAMPUS HOUSING Campus housing facilities consist of nine apartment-style residence halls which accommodate approximately 450 men and women. Fenton Hall is reserved for students who are in their first and second years of attendance at AIB and who will will be under the age of 21 for Fall, Winter and Spring Terms. No new students who will be over the age of 30 during the academic year are allowed to live on campus. Students between ages 28 and 30 are housed in Dalton Hall. The living units, which are one- or twobedroom apartments, are partially furnished, carpeted and air-conditioned. The housing fee varies according to living arrangements and includes local telephone service, highspeed internet service, basic cable TV, gas heat, electricity and water. Residents provide their own telephones and a cell phone or calling card for long distance calls. All residence halls include laundry facilities. COLLEGE HOUSING POLICY The environment in which students live is an important part of the total college experience. AIB residence halls add a valuable dimension to the overall educational development of students. All students who are accepted into college housing, including those from Des Moines and the commuting area, are required to fulfill all terms of the Housing Contract. Students wishing to end their Housing Contract before all the terms have been fulfilled should review the Campus Housing Contract and meet with the Student Life Department. All guests of residents living on campus must be registered by the College and must abide by all policies in the AIB Student Handbook. Residents are responsible for the actions of their guests. For additional information, see the Housing Contract. STUDENT IDENTIFICATION All students are required to have a College identification (ID) card. There is no charge for the initial ID card. A $20 charge will be assessed for any replacement ID card. The ID must be presented when: entering buildings cashing checks checking out Library materials using the Activities Center obtaining payroll checks KAIB-TV The College provides basic cable television service to each apartment on campus. Students may order additional programming, such as HBO and other premium channels, directly through the cable company. In addition, KAIB Channel 16.9 in the residence halls and at other locations provides important campus information for students. FOOD SERVICE The City View Diner is located on the first floor of the Keith Fenton Administration Building. Food service is available Monday through Thursday for breakfast and lunch. Normal hours of operation are Monday- Thursday 7 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and Fridays 7:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. 7 CAREER SERVICES The Career Services staff provides free assistance to AIB students and lifetime assistance to alumni who are seeking career guidance, job search preparation or employment leads. Students beginning college life at AIB will have the opportunity to integrate academic studies with realworld work experience. Des Moines area employers utilize Career Services to list job openings, thereby providing students with valuable career-related experience. Twice a year, Career Services hosts a career fair on campus. Students are invited to attend to learn more about career paths and employment opportunities in the Des Moines area and other locations. Additionally, employers are invited throughout the year to visit the AIB campus and meet, on an informal basis, with students about job openings. The Career Services staff is committed to helping AIB students and alumni achieve their goals through the following: Exploration of interests, skills, and values as they relate to career options; Access to internships, and part-time and full-time job postings with large and small employers via an online database; Assistance in the development and review of resumes and cover letters; Individualized help in preparing for job interviews; Workshops, seminars, and class presentations on career-related topics; Library of employer literature, salary resource information, employment outlook; Coordination of the College Work Study Program. One of the primary goals of a college education is the ultimate establishment of a satisfying and challenging career. AIB is proud that 98.6% percent of the graduates are employed and/or continuing their education.

8 GENERAL INFMATION AIB VALUES Quality education and experiences that encourage and stimulate intellectual and personal growth. 2. Leadership, teamwork, open communication, and lifelong professional development. 3. A diverse campus community based on respect and integrity. 4. Ethical and transparent decision-making. 5. Stewardship of all College resources. 6. Service to others locally, nationally, and globally. 7. The health, wellness, and safety of our students, faculty, and staff. INSTITUTIONAL LEARNING OUTCOMES Regardless of student's chosen majors, the College expects each student will be able to meet the following Institutional Learning Outcomes. These learning outcomes guide curricular content of the College. 1. Communication: Articulate an idea, plan, or solution using effective oral and written communications skills appropriate to a given business situation. 2. Critical/Creative Thinking: Identify problems or questions, and efficiently gather and evaluate information and resources, to recommend effective solutions or answers. 3. Values: Display behaviors indicating a concern for one's role in the betterment of their local and global communities. 4. Technology: Utilize appropriate technologies to effectively and efficiently analyze data and to communicate ideas and solutions. 5. Leadership/Teamwork: Demonstrate effective use of leadership and teamwork. 6. Professional Skills: Develop and apply professional skills appropriate to one's chosen field of study. STATEMENT OF CIVILITY & DIVERSITY AIB College of Business respects people from all backgrounds, viewpoints and beliefs, and supports a common bond and respect for people with rights protected under federal, state, and local laws. The College is committed to fostering an environment that encourages diverse backgrounds, including people of different ages, disabilities, ethnic and cultural backgrounds, genders, health conditions, national origins, races, religions, sexual orientation and/or gender identities. The College believes it should capitalize on the strengths of these differences to provide an environment of inclusion and understanding across campus. The College does not tolerate bullying and ridicule on its campus, but instead encourages everyone to work together to ensure that the College remains supportive and welcoming to all views and beliefs. Part of what makes AIB a special institution is our values, which encourage civility, mutual understanding, and respect of differences of all kinds. There is no question a diverse higher educational institution stimulates new perspectives and enhances student learning. Embracing diversity helps broaden our ways of thinking, and such experiences help prepare our students to become successful future business leaders. Successful leaders are those who are able to appreciate the individual strengths of others and accept those with different viewpoints than their own. They demonstrate the ability to foster positive leadership and the creation of team cooperation in the workplace. 8

9 DEGREE PROGRAMS BACHEL OF SCIENCE DEGREES Students completing the majors below will earn a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree. Majors may be available through day, blended or online courses or a combination of these formats. To check on availability of these majors, contact the AIB Admissions Office or visit Accounting Business Administration Minors are available in: Financial Services Human Resources Management International Business Leadership Marketing Contemporary Business Communications Event, Hospitality and Tourism Management Financial Services and Planning General Studies Human Resources Management Marketing Sports and Event Management ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE DEGREES Students completing the majors below will earn an Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S) degree. Majors may be available through day, blended or online courses or a combination of these formats. To check on availability of these majors, contact the AIB Admissions Office or visit Accounting Accounting Accounting and Financial Services Accounting and Information Technology Business Administration Business Administration Business Administration and Financial Services Business Administration and Information Technology Business Administration and International Business Business Administration and Leadership Business Administration and Marketing Event, Hospitality and Tourism Management Sports and Event Management Communication and General Studies Media Communication General Studies TERM SYSTEM AND CREDIT HOURS Each academic term is in session for 11 weeks, and new terms begin four times each year. The College calendar lists the exact dates. One quarter hour is equivalent to ten contact hours of classroom instruction each term (one contact hour equals 50 minutes). Most classes are 4.5 quarter hours. STANDARD ACADEMIC LOAD, SCHEDULES AND ELECTIVES Most full-time degree students carry an academic load of 18.0 quarter hours each term. Attending full-time, all associate degree majors can be completed in seven terms, or one year and nine months. Attending full-time, all bachelor degree majors can be completed in eleven terms, or two years and nine months. To enroll in more than 19.5 quarter hours per term, schedules must be approved by the Chief Academic Officer. A 3.0 cumulative GPA is required to overload, and there is an additional tuition charge. Students should contact their academic advisor to request an overload. Class schedules for each term are issued to current students two weeks before the end of the current term. A student s schedule may be withheld for academic reasons or if there are outstanding financial obligations to the College. CE GENERAL EDUCATION The General Education curriculum of AIB College of Business builds a foundation of knowledge, developing individuals into lifelong learners. Success is determined by an individual s ability to communicate, evaluate, think, solve, and make decisions critically and creatively. These abilities must be developed in the context of personal, social, and civic values while being mindful of the diversity of individuals as well as local, national and global communities. Required bachelor s degree program general education classes include: CM100 Composition* CM205 Technical Writing* CM220 Speech* CM305 Advanced Composition HIST150 Western Civilization SS130 Political Science HU200 Literature* HU210 Introduction to Film MSC110 Music Appreciation HU220 Ethics* IT105 Introduction to Microsoft Office* MA110 Mathematics of Personal Finance* MA120 College Algebra AND/ MA310 Essential Statistics SCI100 Environmental Science SS105 Introduction to Psychology* SS100 College Foundations* SS200 Career Foundations* SS240 Microeconomics* SS310 Social Psychology * Required course in the associate's program 9

10 DEGREE PROGRAMS ONLINE COURSES Structure of online courses: Online classes are designed to provide students with enough structure to keep on track, while still allowing for a great deal of flexibility in learning. This means that students have weekly assignments, projects, quizzes, etc. but can decide for themselves when they want to work on their class during the week. Online students must learn to manage their time well and balance competing demands. Interaction in online courses: Online faculty make a concentrated effort to foster personal relationships with students, and small class sizes ensure that this type of relationship is possible. Interaction between the student and faculty member, and among students themselves, takes place in several ways including , discussion boards, and live chat sessions. System requirements: Online courses require that the student s computer meets certain minimum system requirements, including: Processor (2.0 GHZ or higher) DVD-ROM drive 1 GB of memory or higher Operating System - Windows XP/Vista/7 Internet browser (Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 or above) (Firefox version 3.0) Internet service capable of running Internet Explorer Sound card with speakers or headphones Firewall software Antivirus software Office 2010* AIB's VPN software Webcam *Office 2010 is available through the Eagle's Landing Bookstore for current students, faculty, and staff at a price of $20. For further information about online majors and courses, refer to the online education section on the website at and click on Academics and Online Students.The website contains an online readiness test as well as a sample online course. 10

11 BACHEL S DEGREE PROGRAMS ACCOUNTING 198 Quarter Hours The Accounting curriculum for AIB College of Business Bachelor of Science in Accounting prepares students to succeed in an accounting career. The program stresses practical applications of accounting theory. Upon completion of the program, students will have an understanding of generally accepted accounting concepts, advanced accounting concepts, cost accounting, and income tax rules and implications. Success is also determined by an individual s ability to communicate, evaluate information, think critically, solve problems, and make decisions within the context of the accounting profession. Core General Education Courses - 72 Quarter Hours CM100 Composition CM205 Technical Writing CM220 Speech CM305 Advanced Composition HIST150 Western Civilization SS130 Political Science HU20 0 Literature HU210 Introduction to Film MSC110 Music Appreciation HU220 Ethics IT105 Introduction to Microsoft Office MA120 College Algebra MA310 Essential Statistics SCI100 Environmental Science SS100 College Foundations (1.5 hrs.) SS105 Introduction to Psychology SS200 Career Foundations (3.0 hrs.) SS240 Microeconomics SS310 Social Psychology 2 Electives - 9 Quarter Hours Core Major Courses - 72 Quarter Hours AC200 Principles of Accounting I AC202 Principles of Accounting II AC250 Accounting Spreadsheets AC300 Federal Taxes I AC302 Federal Taxes II AC310 Intermediate Accounting I AC312 Intermediate Accounting II AC313 Intermediate Accounting III AC320 Cost Accounting AC321 Cost Management AC355 Principles of Corporate Finance AC405 Advanced Taxation AC410 Advanced Accounting AC415 Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting AC430 Introduction to Auditing AC450 Financial Statement Analysis Supporting Major Courses - 45 Quarter Hours BA100 Principles of Management BA201 Business Law I BA230 Investments BA250 Principles of Banking BA313 Business Law II BA333 Managerial Communications IT130 Excel IT320 Business Information Systems MA250 Mathematics of Business Finance SS242 Macroeconomics 11

12 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 198 Quarter Hours AIB COLLEGE OF BUSINESS BACHEL S DEGREE PROGRAMS The Business Administration curriculum of AIB College of Business is dedicated to providing high quality learner-centered business education that prepares students for careers in business and commerce. Students will understand that the business environment is constantly and rapidly changing, and they will be able to anticipate and react to those changes with ethical decision-making. Additionally, students will appreciate diversity and be able to work with a diverse workforce. Core General Education Courses - 72 Quarter Hours CM100 Composition CM205 Technical Writing CM220 Speech CM305 Advanced Composition HIST150 Western Civilization SS130 HU20 0 HU210 MSC110 HU220 IT105 MA110 MA310 SCI100 SS100 SS105 SS200 SS240 SS310 Political Science Literature Introduction to Film Music Appreciation Ethics Introduction to Microsoft Office Mathematics of Personal Finance Essential Statistics Environmental Science College Foundations (1.5 hrs.) Introduction to Psychology Career Foundations (3.0 hrs.) Microeconomics Social Psychology 5 Electives Quarter Hours At least two electives need to be 300-level courses or higher. Core Major Courses Quarter Hours BA100 Principles of Management BA130 Contemporary Leadership Theory BA201 Business Law I BA210 Professional Selling BA215 International Business BA220 Advertising BA230 Investments BA285 Project Management Theory and Application BA313 Business Law II BA323 Consumer Behavior BA327 Sales Management BA330 Entrepreneurship BA333 Managerial Communications BA355 Corporate Finance BA390 Purchasing Management BA450 Production and Operations Management BA490 Strategic Management HRM205 Human Resources Management MKT110 Principles of Marketing Supporting Major Courses - 18 Quarter Hours AC200 Principles of Accounting I AC202 Principles of Accounting II IT135 Excel and Access for Business SS242 Macroeconomics Business Administration - Minors Electives for minors in the Business Administration program are automatically selected for students based on the emphasis of study (listed below). Financial Services AC300 Federal Taxes I BA200 Principles of Insurance & Risk Management BA250 Principles of Banking BA325 Mortgage Banking MA250 Mathematics of Business Finance Leadership BA300 Organizational Behavior BA303 Leadership in Cultural & Global Contexts BA314 Leading Teams in Change BA328 Leadership Applications SS120 Sociology Human Resources Management HRM227 Human Resources Management Information Systems HRM343 Training & Development HRM375 Compensation & Benefits Management HRM395 Strategic & Operational Planning HRM477 Human Resources Management Applications Marketing BA245 Public Relations CM340 Social Media & Culture MKT310 Marketing Research MKT332 Product & Brand Management MKT340 Direct Marketing Strategies MKT440 Social Media & E-Marketing International Business BA303 Leadership in Cultural & Global Contexts BA306 International Business Practicum CM245 Practical Spanish for Business Professionals MA250 Mathematics in Business Finance SS120 Sociology 12

13 Contemporary Business Communications 198 Quarter Hours AIB COLLEGE OF BUSINESS BACHEL S DEGREE PROGRAMS The Contemporary Business Communications major will provide students with a solid foundation in all aspects of contemporary business communication, from writing and speech to video production and web design. Graduates will be prepared to serve in corporate communications capacities of any scale in positions from production to management of communications. Core General Education Courses - 72 Quarter Hours CM100 Composition CM205 Technical Writing CM220 Speech HIST150 Western Civilization SS130 Political Science HU20 0 Literature HU220 Ethics IT105 Introduction to Microsoft Office MA110 Mathematics of Personal Finance MA120 College Algebra MA310 Essential Statistics MSC110 Music Appreciation SCI100 Environmental Science SS100 College Foundations (1.5 hrs.) SS105 Introduction to Psychology SS200 Career Foundations (3.0 hrs.) SS240 Microeconomics SS310 Social Psychology 2 Electives - 9 Quarter Hours Core Major Courses Quarter Hours CM150 Small-Group Communication CM160 Electronic Journalism CM210 Digital Photography with Photoshop CM250 Graphic Design CM305 Advanced Composition CM315 Nonverbal Communications CM325 Interpersonal Audience Analysis CM330 Grant Proposal Writing & Non-Profit Communications CM340 Social Media and Culture CM360 Business Video CM370 Media Law and Ethics CM375 Communications Internship CM410 Electronic Media Seminar CM430 Contemporary Communication Issues CM450 Multimedia Communication Strategies Supporting Major Courses Quarter Hours AC100 Introduction to Accounting BA100 Principles of Management BA220 Advertising BA245 Public Relations BA285 Project Management Theory & Application BA323 Consumer Behavior BA333 Managerial Communications EHT216 Intercultural Communications and Customs HU210 Introduction to Film IT174 Dreamweaver MKT110 Principles of Marketing 13

14 Event, Hospitality and Tourism Management 198 Quarter Hours AIB COLLEGE OF BUSINESS BACHEL S DEGREE PROGRAMS The Event, Hospitality and Tourism Management program will prepare students for a successful career in multiple areas related to the administration of events, hospitality and tourism. Students will be able to apply selling and marketing knowledge to a wide variety of positions within the event, hospitality and tourism industries. Specific industry knowledge, customer service skills and an internship experience will assist in creating a successful graduate and support them in developing professionally and socially within this ever-changing and growing industry. Core General Education Courses - 72 Quarter Hours CM100 Composition CM205 Technical Writing CM220 Speech CM305 Advanced Composition HIST150 Western Civilization SS130 Political Science HU20 0 Literature HU210 Introduction to Film MSC110 Music Appreciation HU220 Ethics IT105 Introduction to Microsoft Office MA110 Mathematics of Personal Finance MA310 Essential Statistics SCI100 Environmental Science SS100 College Foundations (1.5 hrs.) SS105 Introduction to Psychology SS200 Career Foundations (3.0 hrs.) SS240 Microeconomics SS310 Social Psychology 1 Elective Quarter Hours Core Major Courses - 81 Quarter Hours EHT113 Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism EHT116 Quality Hospitality Management EHT119 Introduction to Meeting Planning EHT121 Selling Global Destinations EHT210 Tour Organization and Group Logistics EHT216 Intercultural Communications and Customs EHT220 Food and Beverage Operations EHT225 Managing Front Office Operations EHT253 Catering Management EHT330 Contemporary Club Management EHT337 Essentials of Event Management EHT340 Convention Management and Service EHT360 Resort Management EHT465 Event, Hospitality and Tourism Internship EHT480 Selected Topics in Event, Hospitality and Tourism Management SE117 Principles of Sports and Event Marketing SE317 Legal Liability in Recreation, Sports & Tourism SE460 Sports and Event Sponsorship Supporting Major Courses Quarter Hours AC200 Principles of Accounting I AC202 Principles of Accounting II BA210 Professional Selling BA245 Public Relations BA306 International Business Practicum BA316 Nonprofit Management BA333 Managerial Communications HRM205 Human Resources Management SS242 Macroeconomics 14

15 Financial Services and Planning 198 Quarter Hours AIB COLLEGE OF BUSINESS BACHEL S DEGREE PROGRAMS The Financial Services and Planning major will prepare students for a successful career in areas related to financial planning, financial services and the banking industry. Students will be able to apply selling and financial knowledge to a wide variety of positions within the financial field. The curriculum will assist in creating a successful graduate and support them in developing professionally and socially within this growing and ever-changing industry. Core General Education Courses - 72 Quarter Hours CM100 Composition CM205 Technical Writing CM220 Speech CM305 Advanced Composition HIST150 Western Civilization SS130 Political Science HU20 0 Literature HU210 Introduction to Film MSC110 Music Appreciation HU220 Ethics IT105 Introduction to Microsoft Office MA110 Mathematics of Personal Finance MA310 Essential Statistics SCI100 Environmental Science SS100 College Foundations (1.5 hrs.) SS105 Introduction to Psychology SS200 Career Foundations (3.0 hrs.) SS240 Microeconomics SS310 Social Psychology 1 Elective Quarter Hours Core Major Courses - 90 Quarter Hours BA100 Principles of Management BA200 Principles of Insurance and Risk Management BA201 Business Law I BA210 Professional Selling BA215 International Business BA230 Investments BA250 Principles of Banking BA280 Financial Planning BA313 Business Law II BA325 Mortgage Banking BA327 Sales Management BA330 Entrepreneurship BA333 Managerial Communications BA339 Advanced Insurance and Risk Management BA355 Corporate Finance BA425 Personal Financial and Retirement Planning BA443 Introduction to Estate Planning BA478 Financial Plan Development and Applications HRM205 Human Resources Management HRM375 Compensation and Benefits Management MKT110 Principles of Marketing Supporting Major Courses Quarter Hours AC200 Principles of Accounting I AC202 Principles of Accounting II AC300 Federal Taxes I AC302 Federal Taxes II MA250 Mathematics of Business Finance SS120 Sociology SS242 Macroeconomics 15

16 BACHEL S DEGREE PROGRAMS General Studies 198 Quarter Hours The Bachelor of Science degree in General Studies is designed to allow freedom of choice in the selection of coursework while providing the student with a framework to pursue an individualized program with defined areas of concentration. The General Studies student works closely with an academic advisor to select coursework in three primary areas of concentration based on the student's personal and career goals. Transfer students may find that the depth of choice built into the General Studies major translates to successful transfer of a greater number of previously earned credits. Core General Education Courses - 72 Quarter Hours CM100 Composition CM205 Technical Writing CM220 Speech CM305 Advanced Composition HIST150 Western Civilization SS130 Political Science HU20 0 Literature HU210 Introduction to Film MSC110 Music Appreciation HU220 Ethics IT105 Introduction to Microsoft Office MA110* Mathematics of Personal Finance MA120* College Algebra MA310 Essential Statistics SCI100 Environmental Science SS100 College Foundations (1.5 hrs.) SS105 Introduction to Psychology SS200 Career Foundations (3.0 hrs.) SS240 Microeconomics SS310 Social Psychology Concentration Areas Quarter Hours (22.5 quarter hours in each of three of the following areas) Accounting Business Administration Contemporary Business Communications Event, Hospitality and Tourism Management Information Technology Marketing Sports and Event Management When planning prerequisite and concentration coursework with an academic advisor, the student should be aware that a minimum of 63 quarter hours of upper-division (300-level or higher) coursework must be satisfactorily completed. 13 Electives Quarter Hours At least two electives need to be 300-level courses or higher. *The 100-level math course and the elective coursework should be chosen carefully in consultation with the academic advisor to ensure the selections will meet prerequisite requirements of upper-division courses within the student's chosen areas of concentration. 16

17 Human Resources Management 198 Quarter Hours AIB COLLEGE OF BUSINESS BACHEL S DEGREE PROGRAMS The Human Resources Management major will prepare students for a successful career in the field of human resources. Students will be able to apply relevant knowledge to a wide variety of positions within the human resources field. Specific industry knowledge, strategic planning and customer service skills will assist in creating a successful graduate and support them in developing professionally and socially within this growing industry. Core General Education Courses - 72 Quarter Hours CM100 Composition CM205 Technical Writing CM220 Speech CM305 Advanced Composition HIST150 Western Civilization SS130 Political Science HU20 0 Literature HU210 Introduction to Film MSC110 Music Appreciation HU220 Ethics IT105 Introduction to Microsoft Office MA110 Mathematics of Personal Finance MA310 Essential Statistics SCI100 Environmental Science SS100 College Foundations (1.5 hrs.) SS105 Introduction to Psychology SS200 Career Foundations (3.0 hrs.) SS240 Microeconomics SS310 Social Psychology 2 Electives - 9 Quarter Hours Core Major Courses Quarter Hours BA100 Principles of Management BA130 Contemporary Leadership Theory BA201 Business Law I BA215 International Business BA285 Project Management Theory and Application BA300 Organizational Behavior BA313 Business Law II BA314 Leading Team in Change BA333 Managerial Communications HRM205 Human Resources Management HRM227 Human Resources Management Information Systems HRM307 Corporate Wellness Management HRM343 Training and Development HRM375 Compensation and Benefits Management HRM395 Strategic and Operational Planning HRM476 Employment Law and Ethics HRM477 Human Resources Management Applications HRM480 Human Resources Management Seminar MKT110 Principles of Marketing Supporting Major Courses Quarter Hours AC200 Principles of Accounting I AC202 Principles of Accounting II AC220 Payroll Accounting EHT216 Intercultural Communications and Customs MA250 Mathematics of Business Finance SS120 Sociology SS242 Macroeconomics 17

18 BACHEL S DEGREE PROGRAMS Marketing 198 Quarter Hours The Marketing curriculum will prepare students for a successful career in the marketing field. Students will be able to apply specific industry information including research, selling, social media and marketing knowledge to a wide variety of positions within the industry. The curriculum will assist in creating a successful graduate and support them in developing professionally and socially within this ever-changing industry. Core General Education Courses - 72 Quarter Hours CM100 Composition CM205 Technical Writing CM220 Speech CM305 Advanced Composition HIST150 Western Civilization SS130 Political Science HU20 0 Literature HU210 Introduction to Film MSC110 Music Appreciation HU220 Ethics IT105 Introduction to Microsoft Office MA110 Mathematics of Personal Finance MA310 Essential Statistics SCI100 Environmental Science SS100 College Foundations (1.5 hrs.) SS105 Introduction to Psychology SS200 Career Foundations (3.0 hrs.) SS240 Microeconomics SS310 Social Psychology 2 Electives - 9 Quarter Hours Core Major Courses - 99 Quarter Hours BA100 Principles of Management BA116 Principles of Retailing BA130 Contemporary Leadership Theory BA201 Business Law I BA210 Professional Selling BA220 Advertising BA245 Public Relations BA285 Project Management Theory and Application BA313 Business Law II BA323 Consumer Behavior BA327 Sales Management BA330 Entrepreneurship BA333 Managerial Communications BA390 Purchasing Management HRM205 Human Resources Management MKT110 Principles of Marketing MKT217 International Marketing MKT310 Marketing Research MKT332 Product and Brand Management MKT340 Direct Marketing Strategies MKT440 Social Media and E-Marketing MKT479 Contemporary Topics in Marketing Supporting Major Courses - 18 Quarter Hours AC200 Principles of Accounting I AC202 Principles of Accounting II CM340 Social Media and Culture SS242 Macroeconomics 18

19 Sports and Event Management 198 Quarter Hours AIB COLLEGE OF BUSINESS BACHEL S DEGREE PROGRAMS The Sports and Event Management curriculum prepares students for a successful career in sports and events. Students will be able to apply selling and marketing knowledge to a wide variety of positions within the sports and events industry. Specific industry knowledge, customer service skills and an internship experience while attending AIB will assist in creating a successful graduate and support them in developing professionally and socially within the ever-changing environment. Core General Education Courses - 72 Quarter Hours CM100 Composition CM205 Technical Writing CM220 Speech CM305 Advanced Composition HU20 0 Literature HIST150 Western Civilization SS130 HU210 MSC110 HU220 IT105 MA110 MA310 SCI100 SS100 SS105 SS200 SS240 SS310 Political Science Introduction to Film Music Appreciation Ethics Introduction to Microsoft Office Mathematics of Personal Finance Essential Statistics Environmental Science College Foundations (1.5 hrs.) Introduction to Psychology Career Foundations (3.0 hrs.) Microeconomics Social Psychology 5 Electives Quarter Hours At least one elective must be a 300-level course or higher. Core Major Courses - 90 Quarter Hours BA210 Professional Selling BA333 Managerial Communications EHT119 Introduction to Meeting Planning EHT210 Tour Organization and Group Logistics EHT216 Intercultural Communications and Customs EHT253 Catering Management EHT337 Essentials of Event Management HRM205 Human Resources Management SE115 Principles of Sports Management SE117 Principles of Sports and Event Marketing SE240 Media Relations and Sports Information BA245 Public Relations SE255 Sports and Event Facilities Management SE317 Legal Liability in Recreation, Sports & Tourism SE345 Indoor/Outdoor Recreation & Park Management SE350 Sports & Event Risk Management and Safety SE360 Sports and Event Finance SE375 Sports and Event Management Internship SE460 Sports and Event Sponsorship SE475 Sports and Event Management Senior Internship SE480 Selected Sports and Event Case Studies Supporting Major Courses Quarter Hours AC200 Principles of Accounting I AC202 Principles of Accounting II SS242 Macroeconomics 19

20 ACCOUNTING AIB COLLEGE OF BUSINESS BACHEL S DEGREE PROGRAMS B.S. Completion Degrees - AIB A.A.S. Graduate The Accounting curriculum for AIB College of Business prepares students to succeed in an accounting career. The program stresses practical applications of accounting theory. Upon completion of the program, students will have an understanding of generally accepted accounting concepts, advanced accounting concepts, cost accounting, and income tax rules and implications. Success is also determined by an individual s ability to communicate, evaluate information, think critically, solve problems, and make decisions within the context of the accounting profession. A graduate of AIB College of Business with an AAS in Accounting will complete 18 courses plus any additional coursework required to fulfill AIB s graduation requirements of a minimum of 198 quarter hours and 14 upper division (300/400) courses between the associate and bachelor s degree programs. 81 Quarter Hours Core Major Courses Quarter Hours AC313 Intermediate Accounting III AC321 Cost Management AC405 Advanced Taxation AC410 Advanced Accounting AC415 Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting AC430 Introduction to Auditing AC450 Financial Statement Analysis BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Supporting Major Courses Quarter Hours AC355 Principles of Corporate Finance BA313 Business Law II BA333 Managerial Communications IT320 Business Information Systems SS242 Macroeconomics Core General Education Courses - 27 Quarter Hours CM305 Advanced Composition HIST150 Western Civilization SS130 Political Science HU210 Introduction to Film MSC110 Music Appreciation MA310 Essential Statistics SCI100 Environmental Science SS310 Social Psychology The Business Administration curriculum of AIB College of Business is dedicated to providing high quality learner-centered business education that prepares students for careers in business and commerce. Students will understand that the business environment is constantly and rapidly changing, and they will be able to anticipate and react to those changes with ethical decision-making. Additionally, students will appreciate diversity and be able to work with a diverse workforce. A graduate of AIB College of Business with an associate degree will complete 16 courses plus any additional coursework required to fulfill AIB s graduation requirements of a minimum of 198 quarter hours and 14 upper division (300/400) courses between the associate and bachelor s degree programs. 72 Quarter Hours Core Major Courses - 36 Quarter Hours BA313 Business Law II BA323 Consumer Behavior BA327 Sales Management BA333 Managerial Communications BA355 Corporate Finance BA390 Purchasing Management BA450 Production and Operations Management BA490 Strategic Management Core General Education Courses - 27 Quarter Hours CM305 Advanced Composition HIST150 Western Civilization SS130 Political Science HU210 Introduction to Film MSC110 Music Appreciation MA310 Essential Statistics SCI100 Environmental Science SS310 Social Psychology 2 Electives - 9 Quarter Hours 20

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