BUS 199  -  Exploration Seminar,  0 credits.  
Frequency: Not offered on a Regular Basis  
Repeatable: Yes  
BUS 201  -  Principles of Global Economics,  4 credits.  

An examination of both microeconomics and macroeconomics. Develops the laws of supply and demand and applies them to the study of the global economy, national economy and individual markets. Examines political economy, which is the debate over the proper role of government in the economic order and economic policy positions of different schools of economic thought. This course can also count towards the Global Studies Program.

Frequency: Every Semester  
Core designations: Social Science S  
BUS 210  -  Ethics and Leadership,  4 credits.  

This course will focus on ethics and leadership within a variety of organizations (corporations, small business, government, non-profit, religious). Topics include ethical issues, corporate social responsibility, legal considerations, philosophical approaches, ethical decision-making and approaches to leadership.

Frequency: Every Semester  
BUS 220  -  Principles of Accounting and Finance,  4 credits.  

This foundational course introduces business minors to the basic accounting and finance knowledge used in a range of organizations. Common organizational activities, reports and constraints are examined. Students will gain an understanding of the complexities of using financial information to plan, evaluate and monitor performance. This course will not count towards a business major.

Frequency: Every Year - First Semester  
BUS 250  -  Pre-May Seminar,  2,4 credits.  
Frequency: Not offered on a Regular Basis  
BUS 299  -  Career and Internship Development,  1 credits.  

This course is designed to help students learn about themselves, the world of work, and to prepare for the future. Through a series of class meetings, assignments, readings, reflective writings, and interactions with business professionals outside of the College, students will develop tangible materials, learn to seek and obtain internships and employment, and gain skills to effectively contribute to the workforce.