Acct 202: Introduction to Managerial Accounting
Bus 101: Introduction to Business
Bus 321: Principles of Marketing
BLaw 265: Legal Environment of Business
FCS 435: Feeding Young Children in Group Settings
HCA 2210: Medical Terminology and Communication
ACCT 202: Introduction to Managerial Accounting (3 Credits, UI, upcoming course)
Intro to cost behavior and managerial use of accounting information for planning, control, and performance evaluation. Prerequisite: Acct 201.
Bus 101: Introduction to Business (3 Credits, LCSC, upcoming course)
Increases student awareness of business functions and the business environment. (LCSC students: Not open to business majors of Junior or Senior standing.)
Bus 321: Principles of Marketing (3 Credits, LCSC, upcoming course)
Examines the basic elements of marketing theory, terminology and concepts with emphasis placed on analyzing consumer motivation. Prerequisite: LCSC students must have junior standing or higher or permission of the instructor.
BLaw 265: Legal Environment of Business (3 Credits, LCSC, upcoming course)
Law and its relationship to society; legal framework of business enterprises; court organization and operation; private property and contracts as basic concepts in a free enterprise system.
FCS 435: Feeding Young Children in Group Settings (1 Credit, UI, new course)
This course increases awareness concerning the best practices in feeding young children. Practical, hands-on activities and assignments are included in the course through videotapes and the course website.
Semi-semester based course
This 1-credit course is scheduled to be offered on a semester basis. Students can enroll at the beginning of the semester. There is a cap of 20 students per semester. There are no extensions available to extend the end date. The instructors have established firm deadlines for each assignment.
See the course syllabus under Courses.
HCA 2210: Medical Terminology and Communication (2 Credits, ISU)
Terminology and vocabulary basic to all areas of medical science, hospital services, and allied health specialties. Develops skills in correct written and oral usage of medical terms. ISU students: Cross-listed as HE 2210 [Medical Terminology and Communication].