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   College Of Technology          

      


   BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT, MARKETING,
        AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION




 

Courses


General Education Requirements (40 hours)

Additional Requirements (11 hours)

BMMT 123 Word Processing/Keyboarding Applications (2)
Continued keyboarding and word processing skill development. Application of skill to business documents, manuscripts and reports. Emphasis on improved editing, proofreading and referencing skills.
BMMT 220 Word/Information Processing Administration (3)
Continued keyboarding and word processing skill development. Application of skill to business documents, manuscripts and reports. Emphasis on improved editing, proofreading and referencing skills.
ECON 201 Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
The first half of basic principles of economics. Emphasizes macroeconomic concepts of national income, fiscal and monetary policy, and problems of unemployment, inflation and economic growth.
Prereq: Level 3 Math Placement or MATH 098 or above.
ECON 202 Principles of Microeconomics (3)
Second half of an introduction to basic principles of economics. Emphasizes microeconomic concepts of demand, supply and problems relating to prices and resource allocation. Prereq: Level 3 Math Placement or MATH 098 or above.

Business, Management, Marketing, and Technology Major
(52-53 credit hours)

Business Core (12 hours)

ACC 240Principles of Financial Accounting (3)
Use and development of financial information about economic organizations, with special emphasis on the use of financial statements and their creation in the business decision-making and reporting process.
BMMT 100 Contemporary Business (3)
The American business enterprise and international business. Contemporary problems and future challenges. Career decision making in terms of business careers.
BMMT 201Microcomputer for Business Applications (3)

Computer hardware and software for office use including both mainframe and microcomputer systems. “Hands-on” experience limited to microcomputers. Basic skills in using prepared software and developing programs for office applications using Microsoft BASIC. Requires no prior knowledge of computers or programming.
Undergraduates, Choose One:

ACC 241Principles of Managerial Accounting (3)
Use and development of accounting information in managerial settings to achieve managerial goals. Use of managerial accounting tools such as budgets and cost analysis in typical business environments.
ACC 296 Accounting Cycle and Profession(3)

This course covers the accounting cycle process in manual and computerized environments. The course also explores various accounting occupations and other fundamental concepts, such as the time value of money. Prereq: ACC 240
Post-Baccalaureates, Choose One:

ACC 241 Principles of Managerial Accounting (3)
Use and development of accounting information in managerial settings to achieve managerial goals. Use of managerial accounting tools such as budgets and cost analysis in typical business environments.
ACC 500 Accounting Principles(3)

Management Core (12 hours)

TM 212 Management of Technological Change (3)

The implementation of new technology within organizations often requires substantial changes in organization, group, and individual work processes. This course will present change frameworks that enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of technology change and implementation. It will integrate materials from several disciplines including organizational development, management, industrial engineering, and organizational science.
Choose One:

LAW 293 Legal Environment of Business (3)
The judicial system and legal procedure, crimes and torts, contractual arrangements, sales of goods, and other transactions under the Uniform Commercial Code.
LAW 503 Business Law (3)

Choose One:

BMMT 250 Personal Finance (3)
The management of financial resources to satisfy personal or family goals. Budgeting, consumer credit, investments, insurance, real estate, wills and trusts, and income taxes. Students learn to make decisions within the context of a realistic consumer-oriented environment.
FIN 350 Priciples of Finance (3)
A survey course covering the financial operations of business corporations. It begins with a general overview, then goes into detail on several concepts and techniques used in financial decision making. Specific topics emphasized include the time value of money, asset valuation models, risk management and financial statement analysis. The course is designed for the general business student. Prereq: ACC 240 and ACC 241 or ACC 501
FIN 502 Financial Principles (3)

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MGMT 384 Human Resource Management (3)
Industrial relations functions in business organization. Recruitment, selection, placement, training, motivation, and appraisal of personnel; the scientific approach to the solution of practical problems of industrial manpower utilization
MGMT 386 Organization Behvior and Theory (3)
The survey of the theory and practice of Organizational Behavior to better understand and manage people at work through an interdisciplinary examination of individual, group and organizational issues. Critical topics are ethics, groups and teams, motivation, leadership, feedback, culture, diversity, organizational design and change.
MGMT 388 Introduction to Entrepreneurship (3)

This course emphasizes the role of the entrepreneur in making integrated managerial and growth decisions for a start-up enterprise. The focus will be on developing a business plan for a new venture.
Marketing Core (13-14 hours)

BMMT 200 Principles of Careers and Technology Education (3)*
An introduction to marketing and office education. The scope and importance of vocational education with emphasis on marketing and office education. Pre-student teaching experience will be initiated in conjunction with this course.
BMMT 366 Methods of Teaching Marketing Education (2)

Techniques and practices utilized in teaching marketing and cooperative education in secondary schools, community colleges and adult evening schools. Prereq: EDPS 322; 2.5 GPA in all business education subjects taken at EMU, no academic probation, admission to the teacher education program

*Must be taken as part of the College of Education Pre-Admission Phase(Occupational Certification)

Choose one:

MKTG 360 Principles of Marketing (3)

Marketplace exchanges; the relationship between marketing activities of the organization and the consumer.
MKTG 510 Marketing Management (3)

Choose Two (only one may be a BMMT course):

BMMT 461 Projects and Simuations in Marketing Education
Projects and simulations methods in marketing education are explored with a major focus on the organization and coordination of the school store. Implementation steps for the entrepreneurship simulation are developed. Small scale simulations and projects are also studied as well as procedures for developing simulations and projects.
MKTG 261 Contemporary Selling (3)
Introduction of the basic principles of personal selling, as used in profit and nonprofit organizations. Included are small case analyses, evaluation of sales presentations, and skill development using video recorded role-plays.
MKTG 363 Retailing (3)
The practices of retail store management; store location, layout, organization, buying systems, sales promotion activities, customer services and store operating expenses. Prereq: MKTG 360
MKTG 368 Marketing Strategy (3)
Advanced policies and practices in marketing. Case analysis of marketing problems pertinent to product, price, promotion, and channels of distribution policies. Prereq: MKTG 360 and ACC 240
MKTG 369 Advertising (3)
Advertising as a communication tool in marketing management. The role of advertising in the marketing ix and in society. Emphasis on problem-based decision making including the appropriate use of research n establishing advertising objectives, allocating advertising budgets, determining target audiences, developing creative strategies, selecting media and determining advertising effectiveness. Prereq: MKTG 360
MKTG 374 Business to Business Marketing (3)
Concepts, procedures, and problems encountered when one business markets its products or services to another company. Emphasizes the marketing practices employed by industrial organizations. Topics include: market analysis, organizational buying behavior, purchasing procedures, pricing and negotiation, selling and marketing planning. Prereq: MKTG 360
MKTG 461 Sales Management

Planning, organizing, directing and controlling the sales force. Recruiting, selecting, training, evaluating, compensating and supervising. Prereq: MKTG 261 and MKTG 360.


Information Technology Core (15 hours)

BMMT 321 Digital Tool Communication (3)
Learning and teaching digital tools and systems provide an opportunity to learn new technology input skills in a hands-on setting and methods of teaching are deeply integrated. A portion of the course is to help develop and revise curriculum for classes taught at the high school level in which digitools is incorporated. The class will delve into the national and state standards pertinent to the BMMT program.
BMMT 496 Records Administration Using Database (3)
Database as a tool of automated search and retrieval. Identifying information needs of users; design and development of records classification structures suitable for automated records systems; searching techniques; generation of reports such as records user listings, master record listings and records retention schedules. Extensive applications using database software.
CMT 421 Web Publishing Technology (3)
An introduction to HTML coding, Web page design, Web page editors, graphics, sound files and multimedia. Also included will be an introduction to online services, servers and ongoing maintenance of the Web site.
NITA 210 Concept of Network and Business Technology (3)
The concepts and functions of networks and related business technology. The course emphasizes administration of personal computers, their applications and peripherals, and peer-to-peer networks. The course includes equipment, procedures, and career opportunities. Prereq: BMMT 201
STS 224 Solving Quantitative Problems in Business Technology (3)

Application of computer-based tools and procedures to the solution of mathematical problems encountered in technology.

Professional Studies (41 credit hours)

You must be formally admitted to the Teacher Preparation Program before taking Phase I, II, or III courses. Admission is required by the start of classes and include having MTTC Basic Skills Test scores. Apply early.

Pre-Admission Phase

One-hundred clock hours of approved pre-student teaching field experiences
EDPS 322 Human Development and Learning (4) &
The study of childhood psychology from birth through adolescence with a focus on intellectual and psychosocial behavior and the role of parents and teachers in fostering learning and development.
FETE 201 (1) [Co-Requisites]
Prospective teachers will participate in a service learning experience in a diverse community, and examine their beliefs and attitudes about working with others who are different from themselves. Concurrent Prereq: EDPS 322
SPGN 251 Education of Exceptional Children (3)

An introductory survey course providing the historical, philosophical, and organizational factors leading to the enactment of federal and state laws, rules, and regulations governing special education. Characteristics, educational considerations, and implications of all areas of exceptionality are addressed.
Phase I: Curriculum, Assessment and the Social Context (9 hours)

BMMT 363 Curriculum for Career and Technology Education (3) *
Overview of content bases and other factors that affect business service and technology. Includes the relationship in philosophies of education and styles of teaching, classroom management in a variety of settings, including utilization of non-classroom curriculum delivery systems and the implementation of curriculum evaluation and revision procedures. Prereq: BMMT 200; admission to the teacher education program
EDPS 340 Introduction to Assessement and Evaluation (3)
Basic principles in evaluation and assessment. Students will construct and interpret tests and alternative assessments; critique standardized tests; assess social, affective, and behavioral factors, use computer applications, and examine assessment issues. Prereq: EDPS 322, admission to the teacher education program
SOFD 328 Schools in Multicultural Society (3)

A study of the interactive relationship between schools and society and the development of a culturally responsible pedagogy. Special emphasis on educational equity and the theoretical foundations of multicultural education. Prereq: EDPS 322, admission into the teacher education program

* Required for Career Technology Endrosement(Occupational Certification)

Phase II: Content, Methods, Literacy and Technology (12 hours)

BMMT 364 Method of Teaching General Business Subjects (2)

Methods in teaching general business subjects, law and keyboarding with application to classroom situations. Objectives, lesson planning, techniques of teaching, and sources of materials. Prereq: RDNG 311 and EDPS 322; 2.5 GPA in all business education subjects taken at EMU, no academic probation; admission to the teacher education program
BMMT 365 Method of Teaching Office Education (2)
Methods of teaching shorthand, office block, bookkeeping, accounting, keyboarding, word processing and cooperative education classes. Objectives, lesson planning, techniques of teaching and sources of materials. Prereq: EDPS 322 and BMMT 364; 2.5 GPA in all business education subjects taken at EMU, no academic probation, admission to the teacher education program
BMMT 366 Method of Teaching Marketing Education (2)
Techniques and practices utilized in teaching marketing and cooperative education in secondary schools, community colleges and adult evening schools. Prereq: EDPS 322; 2.5 GPA in all business education subjects taken at EMU, no academic probation, admission to the teacher education program
BMMT 367 Curriculum in Marketing Education (2)
Overviews content bases and other factors affecting marketing education curriculum. Includes development of comprehensive curriculum plans for a variety of marketing education settings, utilization of nonclassroom curriculum delivery systems, and implementation of curriculum evaluation and revision procedures. Examines current trends in marketing education curriculum.
RDNG 311 Teaching Reading in the Secondary School (3) &
The developmental sequence for reaching skills at the junior and senior high school levels and methods for teaching the sequence, including teaching programs for all students. Providing reaching instruction within the context of the various areas. Required for all students who seek certification to teach in secondary schools. Prereq: BMMT 200, admission to the teacher education program
FETE 402 (1) [Co-Requisites]

Field placement in a middle level or high school with a diverse student population. Emphasis is on developing literacy in diverse populations and adapting instruction to individual student needs. Concurrent Prereq: RDNG 311
Phase III: Capstone Experience (12 hours)

EDUC 492 Student Teaching (12)

Program Total (142-143 hours)

 
 
 

 

 



 

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