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1 Committed to Excellence in Global Education COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Mission Statement The mission of the College of Business Administration is to provide opportunities for the self-directed adult students to learn knowledge and earn academic degrees needed to play a successful role in to day's local, regional, national, and international ever-changing, highlyspecialized, and competitive business environments. These opportunities are well provided through offering flexible highly individualized degree programs designed to meet the educational needs of the students who are under time and location constraints. Rather than bringing the students to the classes at a specific time and a specified location, these programs direct the learning process to the student's comfortable place at his/her own convenient time. Toll Free Inside U.S.A. (800) Phone Worldwide: (714) Web Site: Any and all information in this publication is subject to change without notice. This information May include but not limited to available courses, tuition rates, and University policy.

6 trigonometric equations, law of sines and cosines, complex numbers and DeMoivre's formula. Prerequisite: six semesters of high school algebra or college algebra. MAT 155 Discrete Mathematics I Topics include: mathematical logic and proof techniques, predicate calculus with applications in computer programming, Boolean algebra and computer hardware. Set theory, combinatrics, finite state machines, and complexity of algorithms. MAT 170 Introduction to Statistics The course will cover the following areas: percentiles, arithmetic mean, histograms, random numbers, normal curve, dichotomous curve, population, dispersion, correlation factor, error factor, standard deviation, regression, variance, covariance, chi-square tests, sequential analysis, binomial distribution, up and down method, discrete distribution. MAT 241 Calculus I Topics include: Calculus of functions of single variable; Limits and continuity; Differential and integral of polynomial; Rational, and trigonometric functions; Applications of derivatives; Definite integral and its application in calculation of area. MAT 242 Calculus II Prerequisite: MAT 241 Topic include: Transcendental functions and their derivative and integrals; Applications and different techniques of integration; Infinite series and sequences; Conic sections; Parameterized curves; Polar coordinates and graphs. MAT 253 Calculus III Prerequisite: MAT 242 Topics include: vectors and solid analytic geometry, vector valued functions; partial differentiation; gradients and directional derivatives; multiple integrals; integration in vector fields; path independence, potential functions, and conservative fields. PSY 400 Introduction to Psychology This course is designed to provide a basic framework for understanding fundamental theories regarding human behavior and psychology. The student is expected to gain an understanding and basic knowledge of the primary issues, concepts and tenets of human psychology and behavior in relation to consciousness, learning, cognition, memory, thinking, human development, abnormal behavior and cultural diversity. SOS 106 Introduction to Sociology This course is designed to familiarize the student with the science of evaluation, structure and functioning of human society, characteristics of social life and process of social interaction. Included are systematic studies of human institutions and social relationships as well as the principles underlying their function. SOS 108 Introduction to History This course is an introduction to the history of the modern world. Since no single memory or accounting can relay what has happened in the past, the student is asked to open his/her mind and explore the possibilities of what might have been. SOS 109 Introduction to Geography The regional geography of the world, population agglomerations, scale, culture, physical geography, site and situations, super nationalism, federations, irredentism, isolated states, geography of languages, nomadism, urban dominance, ecological trilogy, boundaries, feudalism, pluralism, physiological density measure, industrial locations, exchange economy, modernization, buffer states, heartland theory, developed vs. underdeveloped regions, Pleistocene cycles, regions of the world: Europe, North America, Central and South America, North Africa and Southeast Asia, Africa, India, China. SOS 110 Introduction to Art This course will concentrate on introducing the student to the art of the ages. In an attempt to provide insight to the layman, the course will view works of art in the context of time and circumstance. The course will explore personal taste as a part of art history and the continuous process in which established values are discarded and neglected ones are rediscovered. SOS 203 Introduction to Philosophy Philosophy is defined as the love and pursuit of wisdom by intellectual means. This course was designed to familiarize the student with the basic elements of ethics, social philosophy, political philosophy, philosophy of art, philosophy of religion, the theory of knowledge and metaphysics. The course will include the origin of Greek cosmology and philosophy and the beginning of systematic thought and scientific investigation concerning origin and nature of the material world, metaphysics and the theory of knowledge SOS 205 Introduction to Political Science This course will introduce the student to the basic ideologies of politics, political theories and structure. SOS 206 American Government This course is designed to familiarize the student with the leading areas of American political thought from the founding days of our country to the present. The course covers the route of American government and characteristics of American democracy and the American people. It also explains the major political philosophies, their political themes and questions of political theory. The course will also emphasize the role of the U.S. Constitution and offer a glimpse into human personality and the unique conditions that created such a strong desire for democracy. SOS 208 Introduction to U.S. History This course presents an introductory study of the history of the United States by focusing on the colonial origins,

12 management tool and the use of computer-based information in planning, control, and decision-making HCM 407 Quantitative Methods in Health Care Management This is an introductory course of algebra and calculus applications for business, economic, and financial decision making. It also covers introduction to probability and statistics and applies them in the problem solving techniques most useful in the health care organizational setting. HCM 408 Quality of Health Care Services An introduction to the concepts of quality management and quality control in the health care organization. The role of quality control issues and techniques in all areas of management, and its impact on customer relations, as well as on the firm relations with its suppliers. The importance of some factors such as technological advances and quantitative analysis on the implementation of quality control methods. HCM 409 Program Planning and Evaluation Covers the fundamentals of management science and includes a variety of management science models, methods, and techniques useful in solving problems in business and finance. Topics such as linear programming, inventory models, waiting lines, network analysis, and simulations are generally discussed. The development and implementation of strategic and tactical planning are discussed. HCM 410 Special Topics in Health Care Management Analysis of an important, current, or controversial issue in Health Care Management. This course will allow the student to select a particular area of interest, and prepare a project driven assignment under the direction of the instructor. Hotel Management HTM 101 Introduction to the Hospitality Industry Survey of the industry, likely direction, and dynamics of the hospitality industry from the perspective of the global economy. A major emphasis will be placed on the wide variety of career opportunities within this industry. General management theory, marketing importance, and convention related activities will be explored. HTM 201 Introduction to Hotel Management A survey and introduction into the organization and operation of the hospitality industry. Specific emphasis will be placed on the different strategies of major and minor hotel properties, property management companies, and the specific roles of the different departments. HTM 301 Lodging Operations This course will specifically focus on the unique operations and challenges surrounding the operation of the front-office procedures. This will include the function of room reservations, both individual and group, and various trends in check-out procedures. In additions, some emphasis will be placed on record keeping, bookkeeping, auditing, and security issues. Hotel guest-employee relations will be studied, along with the role of the front desk manager, especially in the evening. HTM 401 Introduction to Hotel/Casino Operations This is a survey of trend across the United States concerning the joint operations of casinos attached to hotels. The emphasis will be placed on Las Vegas, Atlantic City, and especially the emergence of such operations on riverboats and American Indian Reservations. HTM 402 Introduction to Fair and Theme Park Industry Focuses on the management and marketing of fairs and theme parks. Areas of concentration will be trade associations, ownership, crowd control, marketing, security and alcohol issues. In addition, this course will emphasize the importance of working together with these attractions to take advantage of special promotions for rooms during the tourist season. HTM 403 Hospitality Franchising This course will explore the impact of the franchise form of ownership on the hospitality industry. Concentration will be given to case studies and the history of successes and failures within this arena. Particular attention will be given to the history of the franchise industry. This will include site selection, different forms of financing, the franchise agreement, and legal issues surrounding the life of the franchise. HTM 404 Market and Feasibility Studies Examination of the structure and techniques used to compile standard market and feasibility studies for hospitality properties, particularly hotels and casinos. Analysis includes supply and demand, site evaluation, and projected operating statistics. Each student will be required to prepare market and feasibility studies. HTM 405 Selected Tourism Topics This course will allow the student to select a particular area of interest, and prepare a project-driven assignment under the direction of the instructor. HTM 450 Senior Paper 6 Credit Hours This is a significant undertaking. A problem typical of those which the student will face, after graduation, in his/her field of employment should be selected under faculty supervision. A minimum of 120 hours should be spent working on the project and a formal report of high quality should be presented. This type of project may be repeated in an associated field (each project with 3 credit units). TOURISM

13 TRM 101 Travel and Tourism I A survey of travel and tourism; focus on concepts, terminology, demographics, financial significance and trends. TRM 201 The Travel Agency An examination of the services and functions of retail and wholesale travel agencies. Specifically covered are agency administration, procedures, ticketing, accounting, promotion, and travel counseling. TRM 301 Travel and Tourism II Evaluates the economic, social and political impact of tourism and travel, including markets, transportation, media, destination development, and the interrelationship of cooperating agencies. HTM 401 Introduction to Hotel/Casino Operations See Hotel Management section TRM 401 Introduction to Convention Industry An overview of the convention industry, including meetings, tradeshows, conferences and incentive travel. Roles of suppliers, geographic concerns, and labor union interactions will be studied. TRM 402 Introduction to Fairs and Theme Park Industry Focuses on the management and marketing of fair and theme parks. Areas of concentration will be trade associations, ownership, crowd control, marketing, security and alcohol issues. TRM 404 Market and Feasibility Studies Examination of the structure and techniques used to compile standard market and feasibility studies for hospitality properties, particularly hotels and casinos. Analysis includes supply and demand, site evaluation, and projected operating statistics. Each student will be required to prepare market and feasibility studies. TRM 405 Selected Tourism Topics This course will allow the student to select a particular area of interest, and prepare a project-driven assignment under the direction of the instructor. TRM 450 Senior Paper 6 Credit hours This is a significant undertaking. A problem typical of those which the student will face, after graduation, in his/her field of employment should be selected under faculty supervision. A minimum of 120 hours should be spent working on the project and a formal report of high quality should be presented. This type of project may be repeated in an associated field (each project with 3 credit units). NOTE: Any and all information in this publication is subject to change without notice. This information may include, but is not limited to, available courses, course values, and program requirements.

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