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GBAR 3350   Business Information Systems   GBAR 3350 Business Information Systems (3-0). Exposure to business applications software from the perspective of a manager. Emphasis on the changing nature of information and the data needs of managers. Consideration of the expansion of E-Business and how that affects business functions. Emphasis on the vast array of options for managing information and exposure to techniques for improving management decisions. The course also considers practical approaches to understanding some associated areas of BIS such as the impact of large technology companies on their competitors and the linkage of social media with BIS and the issues that these dynamic areas create. Equivalent courses: MISY 3310 (through Summer 2021), GBA/GBUS 3350 (through Summer 2022), GBAA 3350.  
GBAR 3351   Business Law   GBAR 3351 Business Law (3-0). Legal aspect of business transactions with emphasis on the law of contracts, agency, bailment, and commercial paper. BLAW 3310 (through Summer 2021), GBA/GBUS 3351 (through Summer 2022), GBAA 3351.  
GBAR 3352   Quantitative Systems in Bus   GBAR 3352 Quantitative Systems in Business (3-0). A study of data presentation, descriptive measures, probability distributions, sampling distributions, confidence intervals, and hypothesis testing with emphasis on business applications. Prerequisite: MATH 1314. Equivalent courses: QMTS 4311 (through Summer 2021), GBA/GBUS 3352 (through Summer 2022), GBAA 3352.  
GBAR 4305   Business & Society   GBAR 4305 Business and Society (3-0). A study of the major laws and social issues affecting business policy and practice. This course examines the corporation and its stakeholders corporate social responsibility ethical issues in business corporate governance the community and the corporation and other current ethical and social issues related to the firm and society. Equivalent courses: GBUS 4305 (through Summer 2022).  
GBAR 4320   Real Estate Principles   GBAR 4320 Real Estate Principles (3-0). An introduction to real estate principles and markets. Emphasis is placed on real property contract and agency law financing home ownership and real estate mathematics. Designed to inform and educate students and prepare them to become informed property owners and consumers. Prerequisite: MKTG/MKTR 3307. Equivalent courses: GBUS 4320 (through Summer 2022).  
GBAR 4355   International Business   GBAR 4355 International Business (3-0). Covers the economic underpinnings of free trade; investment and trade barriers; foreign direct investment; the multi-national enterprise; assessing the international business environment; and global organization and strategy. Equivalent courses: IBUS 4306 (through Summer 2021); GBA/GBUS 4355 (through Summer 2022); GBAA 4355.  
GBAR 4360   Business Capstone   GBUS 4360 Business Capstone (3-0). The BBA capstone course involving the integration of all functional business areas. Emphasis on management decision making as it pertains to planning, implementing, and evaluating organizational strategy. Prerequisites: Business Major - Senior standing. MKT 4379 (through summer 2021); MGMT 4317 (through summer 2021); GBA/GBUS 4360 (through summer 2022); GBAA 4360.  
GBAR 5301   Bus Res & Reprtng   GBAR 5301 Business Research and Reporting (3-0). Designed to aid graduate students in analyzing reports and evaluating research and in planning research reports. Selection of research problems sources of data analysis presentation and report-writing are investigated. (MBA Core Course). Equivalent courses: GBUS 5301 (through Summer 2022).  
GBAR 5309   Quant Anlys & Dec Thry For Bus   GBAR 5309 Quantitative Analysis and Decision Theory for Business (3-0). A study of decision-making under uncertainty, decision-making under risk, decision trees, utility theory, linear regression, time series forecasting models, linear programming (graphical methods and simplex method), and project management. (PERT/CPM). Prerequisite: QMTS 4311. Equivalent courses: QMTS/GBA/GBUS 5309 (through Summer 2022); GBAA 5309  
GBAR 5311   Business Strategy   GBUS 5311 Business Strategy (3-0). The MBA capstone course integrates the different functional business areas. Emphasis on strategic management decision making as it pertains to planning, implementing and evaluating organizational strategy. Prerequisite: 15 SCH of MBA Required Courses. Equivalent courses: GBA 5301 (through Summer 2021), MGMT 5303 (through Summer 2021), GBA 5311/GBUS 5311 (through Summer 2022, GBAA 5311