Course Information

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Accounting Principles I (ACC103)

Credits:0

Finance II (ACC211)

Credits:3

Computer Aided Drafting (ARC121)

Credits:3

2D & 3D Design Foundation (ARC122)

Credits:3

Design Studio I (ARC123)

Credits:3

Construction Documentation (ARC125)

Credits:3

2D & 3D Design Foundation (ARC127)

Credits:3

Design Studio I (ARC131)

Credits:3

Construction Documentation (ARC133)

Credits:3

Structual Technology (ARC133)

Credits:3

Design Studio II (ARC135)

Credits:3

Principles of Banking (BNK101)

Credits:3

This course provides the fundamentals of bank functions in a descriptive fashion so that the beginning banker can acquire a broad and operational perspective. It reflects the radical changes in banking policy and practice which have occurred in recent years. Topics include banks and the monetary system, negotiable instruments, the relationship of the commercial bank to its depositors, types of bank accounts, the deposit function, the payments function, bank loans and investments, other banking services such as trust, international and safe deposit, bank accounting and marketing, external and internal controls and the public service obligations of banks.

Credit Management (BNK130)

Credits:3

Real Estate Finance (BNK155)

Credits:3

This course provides background information on the varied real estate mortgage credit operations of commercial banks. It treats the main areas of real estate by concentrating on the four broad areas: the manner in which funds are channeled into the mortgage markets, the financing of residential property, the financing of special purpose property and the administrative tasks common to most mortgage departments.

Regulatory Enviroment of Bank & Fin (BNK202)

Credits:3

International Banking & Trade Fin (BNK203)

Credits:3

Introduction to Financial Markets (BNK204)

Credits:3

Internship (BNK220)

Credits:3

Computer Core Tech II (CET103)

Credits:3

Computer Core Tech II (CET103)

Credits:3

Computer Graphics Adobe Photoshop I (CIS105)

Credits:3

Introduction to Program Design (CISC100)

Credits:3

Introduction to Program Design (CISC100)

Credits:3

Introduction to Information Computer Science (CISC101)

Credits:3

Modern Markup Languages (CISC110)

Credits:3

Introduction to Information Security (CISC170)

Credits:3

Introduction to Information Security (CISC170)

Credits:3

Introduction to Database Concepts (CISC200)

Credits:3

Computer Architecture (CISC215)

Credits:3

Computer Ethics (CISC231)

Credits:0

Human Computer Interaction (CISC235)

Credits:0

Human Computer Interaction (CISC235)

Credits:3

Information Technology Capstone (CISC262)

Credits:3

Completion of 60 credits in major.

Information Technology Capstone (CISC295)

Credits:3

Construction Technology (CON150)

Credits:3

This course focuses on the tasks used to construct residential and commercial buildings. Building materials such as wood, steel, clay products, concrete, plastic and glass are examined for their characteristics, specifications, properties and terminology. Laboratory experiences are designed to familiarize students with a variety of construction equipment, such as saws, drills, pneumatic nailers and staplers, routers, sanders, joiners and planers. An introduction to construction planning, blueprints and building codes is provided. Also included are site planning, foundations, framing methods, structural wall sheathing, ceiling and roof framing, trusses, heating, ventilation, electrical, plumbing, windows and doors, stairs, fireplaces and painting methods.

Moodle Training (ECN101)

Credits:0

Effective Communication (ENGL103)

Credits:3

wirting for english (ENGL104)

Credits:0

Writing for English (ENGL104)

Credits:0

Public Speaking (ENGL106)

Credits:3

Public Speaking (ENGL106)

Credits:3

Business Communication (ENGL201)

Credits:3

Technical Writing (ENGL202)

Credits:3

Technical Writing (ENGL202)

Credits:0

Drawing (GD111)

Credits:3

Typography (GD121)

Credits:3

Digital Photographic Production (GD123)

Credits:3

Color and Design (GD125)

Credits:3

Computer Illustration (GD131)

Credits:3

Layout (GD131)

Credits:3

Layout (GD133)

Credits:3

Graphic Symbolism (GD135)

Credits:3

Typography (GD141)

Credits:3

Print Production (GD142)

Credits:3

Computer Illustration (GD214)

Credits:3

Graphic Symbolism (GD221)

Credits:3

Graphic Design Applications (GD225)

Credits:3

Visual Expression (GD241)

Credits:3

Fundamentals of Interactive Design (GD243)

Credits:3

Introduction to Multimedia & Design (GD245)

Credits:3

Introduction to Motion Graphics (GD246)

Credits:3

Graphic Design History (GD253)

Credits:3

Portfolio Promotion (GD257)

Credits:3

Graphic Design Application (GD261)

Credits:3

Portfolio Promotion (GD263)

Credits:3

Design Research (GD295)

Credits:3

Fundamentals of Human Resource Management (HRM100)

Credits:3

Employer/Employee Relation (HRM102)

Credits:0

Introduction to Human Resource Information System (HRM200)

Credits:3

Employer/Employee Relation (HRM201)

Credits:3

Compensation and Benefit Management (HRM202)

Credits:3

Human Resource Law & Ethics (HRM203)

Credits:3

Training and Development (HRM204)

Credits:3

Strategic Staffing (HRM205)

Credits:3

Internship/Capstone (INTACC)

Credits:3

Internship/Capstone - Accounting (INTACC)

Credits:3

Internship/Capstone Bnk & Finance (INTBNK)

Credits:3

Internship/Capstone - Business (INTBUS)

Credits:3

Internship/Capstone-Graphic Design (INTGD)

Credits:3

Internship/Capstone H.R. Management (INTHRM)

Credits:3

Introduction to Contract Law (LAW103)

Credits:3

At the end of this course, the student should understand the nature and content of contractual agreement, the requirements for its enforcement in law and its termination. The course serves as a useful introduction to business relations.

 (MATH099)

Credits:0

 (MATH099)

Credits:0

Pre College Algebra (MATH099)

Credits:0

 (MATH099)

Credits:0

 (MATH099)

Credits:0

Pre College Algebra (MATH099)

Credits:0

Pre College Algebra (MATH099)

Credits:0

Business Statistics (MATH111)

Credits:3

Business Statistics (MATH111)

Credits:3

Business Statistics II (MATH112)

Credits:3

Geometry for Architects (MATH130)

Credits:3

Calculus for Business (MATH201)

Credits:3

Introduction to Business (MGT103)

Credits:3

Organizational Behavior (MGT200)

Credits:3

This course helps the students become more effective in dealing with the human element in a business enterprise. Topics include individual factors such as personality, attitudes, perception and motivation; group factors such as communication, leadership, power and politics, group dynamics and conflict; and examples of organizational factors such as organizational structure and culture and managing change.

Business Law I (MGT202)

Credits:3

Principles of Microeconomics (MGT203)

Credits:3

Principles of Macroeconomics (MGT205)

Credits:3

Marketing (MGT207)

Credits:3

Management Information System (MGT210)

Credits:3

Strategic Planning & Management (MGT220)

Credits:3

This course is intended to assist students to run a business enterprise. Unlike other business courses that concentrate narrowly on a particular function of piece of business- accounting, finance, marketing, production, human recourses, or information systems, strategic management and planning is a big picture course. It cuts across the whole spectrum of business and management. The centre of attention is the total enterprise- the industry and competitive environment in which it operates its long-term direction and strategy, its resources and competitive capabilities, and its prospects for success. The course specifically explores areas such as the forming a strategic vision, the setting of clear objectives, crafting a strategy and implementing and executing the strategic plan, and evaluating performance portray.

Management Information System (MIS101)

Credits:3

This course provides an introduction to systems and development concepts, information technology, and application software. It explains how information is used in organizations and how IT enables improvement in quality, timeliness, and competitive advantage.

Marketing Research (MKTG210)

Credits:3

Marketing Management (MKTG211)

Credits:3

Service Marketing (MKTG213)

Credits:3

International Marketing (MKTG216)

Credits:3

Calculus 1 (MTH203)

Credits:3

Business Statistics I (MTH204)

Credits:3

This course provides an introduction to business statistics in which methods of collection, organization, presentation, analysis, and interpretation of quantitative data as tools in effective business decision making is investigated. Topical coverage for this course includes summarizing data, measures of central tendency, dispersion, probability, probability distributions, normal distributions, sampling, hypothesis testing, correlation, regression, and chi-square analysis.

Introduction to Networking (NET111)

Credits:3

Introduction to Networking (NET111)

Credits:0

Cisco Networking I (NET120)

Credits:3

Cisco Networking I (NET120)

Credits:3

CISCO Networking II (NET205)

Credits:0

Wireless Networking (NET215)

Credits:0

Wireless Networking (NET215)

Credits:3

Exchange Server Administration (NET226)

Credits:3

Exchange Server Administration (NET226)

Credits:3

Introduction to Ethics (PHIL200)

Credits:3

Introduction to Ethics (PHIL200)

Credits:3

Physics (PHY101)

Credits:3

Principles of Professional Selling (SALES 210)

Credits:3

Introduction to Information Security (SEC100)

Credits:3

Introduction to Information Security (SEC100)

Credits:3

Introduction to Information (SEC100)

Credits:3

Introduction to Sociology (SOC101)

Credits:3

This course stresses the study of man in his social relationships. Topics include the patterns of culture, population, social institutions (familial, educational, religious, economic and political) and social change.

Windows Exemption Exam (WOS-EX)

Credits:3