MGT 1230. Owning and Operating a Small Business. 3 hrs.

An introduction to understanding critical elements that are involved with starting and operating a small business. Among the topics discussed are: entrepreneurial alternatives, the business plan, marketing strategies, financial matters, and human resource considerations. Special topics such as social responsibility and ethics may be covered.

MGT 2010. Principles of Management. 3 hrs.

A study of nature and functions of management, as well as the concepts, skills, and techniques used in this field. Prerequisite: Students enrolling in Management should have second-year standing or business experience, or consent of instructor.

MGT 2220. Principles of Supervision. 3 hrs.

A practical introduction to first-line supervision. Emphasis will be given to the topics of leadership, organization, selection and evaluation of employees, safety, and employee motivation. Prerequisite: MGT 2010 or consent of instructor.