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BADM 203ONL Survey of Business - MC
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BADM 203ONL Survey of Business - MC

Examines the purposes, organization, and major activities of business operations in forprofit and nonprofit contexts. Emphasis on understanding the integrated nature of decision-making as students learn the relationships among business, government, and consumer in a global economy. Survey course designed to provide an overview of business fundamentals in the free-enterprise system to include business ownership, accounting and financials, economics, marketing, people and process management, technology, and strategy.

BADM 218ONL1 Marketing Principles - MC
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Instructor: Brandon Bate

BADM 218ONL1 Marketing Principles - MC

A comprehensive examination of proactive and reactive business strategies and tactics that create and fulfill demand for consumer products and services and that result in high customer satisfaction and ongoing, long-range business-consumer relationships.

BADM 314A Human Resources Management (SP22 FULLSEM LEC)
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BADM 314A Human Resources Management (SP22 FULLSEM LEC)

Perspectives on traditional, current and emerging practices in human resources management, including matters related to economics, law, psychology, sociology, and programs and policies used in employee management. Prerequisite: BADM 210 Fundamentals of Management or BADM 212 Principles of Management, or permission

BADM 330ONL1 Operations Management - MC
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BADM 330ONL1 Operations Management - MC

Management of processes or systems that create goods or provide services. Includes the basics of forecasting, capacity planning, scheduling, inventory management, total quality management and supply chain management. Prerequisites: BADM 201 Business Communication or permission, BADM 202 or ACCT 211, and must have satisfied the General Education requirement in Mathematics.

BIBL 101LEC Biblical Literature - MC
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BIBL 101LEC Biblical Literature - MC

Survey of the types of literature found in the Bible. Considers the origin of the biblical texts and canon; basic issues of interpretation (hermeneutics); and an outline of the history of Israel and of the New Testament church as a backdrop for the message. Literary, historical, and theological aspects of selected texts will be explored. This is a prerequisite for all Bible courses and THEL 209. IS - Faith Foundation: Bible. Fulfills General Education BIBL 101 requirement. Liberal Arts.

BIOL 210LEC Medical Terminology - MC
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BIOL 210LEC Medical Terminology - MC

This course provides the opportunity to learn and recognize word roots, prefixes, and suffixes used in current medical professions. The meaningful combination of words (to describe and understand medical conditions) will be emphasized. Medical terms related to all major body systems will be reviewed.

COMM 215ONL1 Interpersonal Communication - MC
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COMM 215ONL1 Interpersonal Communication - MC

Principles, application of interpersonal skills in the context of friendships and families. Includes personal and relational awareness, person perception, verbal and nonverbal communication, relational development, and gender communication. Community: Communication. Liberal Arts.

CRJ 201LEC Introduction to Criminal Justice - MC
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CRJ 201LEC Introduction to Criminal Justice - MC

Survey of causes and consequences of crime and the social responses in the legal system: policing, the courts, the varieties of sentencing options and outcomes, and routes to restoration. Liberal Arts.

ECON 211LEC Principles of Macroeconomics - MC
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ECON 211LEC Principles of Macroeconomics - MC

Circular flow of income and expenditure in a market economy with government, financial, and foreign sectors. Economic method, demand and supply, national income accounting, inflation, unemployment, business cycles, theories of aggregate price and output determination, fiscal and monetary policy, and the government budget. Fulfills half of General Education Social Sciences requirement. Liberal Arts.

ID 200SEM Student Success Seminar - MC
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ID 200SEM Student Success Seminar - MC

Adult students learn and apply strategies for success in their return to college and life-long
learning. Major topics include setting academic, career, and personal goals; stress
management; time management; critical thinking and problem solving; learning styles and best
practices. This seminar will also introduce students to Houghton College, our online platform,
and program policies and procedures.

LEDU 506LEC Early Chldhd Ed:Lang & Literacy Develop - MC
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LEDU 506LEC Early Chldhd Ed:Lang & Literacy Develop - MC

Focuses on research-based principles and practices for language and literacy development of children birth to second grade. Emphasis is given to understanding the processes by which young children learn spoken and written language and to designing appropriate learning experiences to support the development of language and literacy in young children. According to New York State teacher certification requirements (8/2015), graduates who are granted an Initial Teaching Certificate from New York State and who complete six credits of early childhood coursework with a C or better may be able to extend their teaching certificate to include birth-grade 2 through the Individual Evaluation for Additional Classroom Teaching Certificate pathway. This course is restricted to Houghton College Inclusive Childhood Education majors who have completed junior-level course work, Inclusive Childhood Education Graduates, and matriculated students in the Houghton graduate literacy program. Any other enrollees must receive permission from the instructor. Required for B-6 and B-12 certificates. Offered: Summer 1 Session Even Years (12 weeks). 3 credits. Levels: Graduate.

LEDU 507ONL1  ECE:Develop Responsv Instruct Acr Curric - MC
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LEDU 507ONL1 ECE:Develop Responsv Instruct Acr Curric - MC

Examines the cognitive and social development of children birth to second grade and explores a range of developmentally responsive pedagogies that help young children to grow, learn and develop through meaningful, integrated, interdisciplinary learning experiences. Intended for Education major juniors, seniors and post-grads. According to New York State teacher certification requirements (8/2015), graduates who are granted an Initial Teaching Certificate from New York State and who complete six credits of early childhood coursework with a C or better may be able to extend their teaching certificate to include birth-grade 2 through the Individual Evaluation for Additional Classroom Teaching Certificate pathway. This course is restricted to Houghton College Education majors who have completed junior-level course work in the major and graduates of Houghton’s education program. Any other enrollees must receive permission from the instructor. Required for B-6 and B-12 certificates. Offered: Summer 2 Session Even Years (12 weeks). 3 credits. Levels: Graduate.

MBA 518LEC Accounting Info and Financial Control - MC
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MBA 518LEC Accounting Info and Financial Control - MC

This course prepares students to effectively extract and utilize information in financial statements. The relation between financial statement representation and underlying business activities is emphasized. Specific topics to be addressed include: revenue recognition practices, obligation measurement, and the impact of organizational form on accounting measures of performance, digital platforms, and GAAP. Prerequisite(s): MBA 501, MBA 630. ** Students may choose to waive this course and substitute an elective course for this core course if they have earned a B- or better in at least two of the following undergrad/graduate level courses: Financial Accounting, Managerial Accounting, and Cost Accounting.

MBA 525ONL1 Project Management - MC
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MBA 525ONL1 Project Management - MC

An introduction into the role of project management within a cross section of organizations and project types. Topics include project definition, planning, scheduling, life cycles, project attribute estimation, resource allocation, scope creep, and project portfolio evaluation and selection. Management issues related to project manager selection, subcontracting, team dynamics, and project monitoring and control are explored as essential elements of a successful project. Opportunities to research and evaluate the landscape of digital tools for project management and leverage real world tools in the scope and sequence of learning. Prerequisite(s): MBA 501, MBA 630.

MBA 528LEC Financial Statement Analysis - MC
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MBA 528LEC Financial Statement Analysis - MC

Circular flow of income and expenditure in a market economy with government, financial, and foreign sectors. Economic method, demand and supply, national income accounting, inflation, unemployment, business cycles, theories of aggregate price and output determination, fiscal and monetary policy, and the government budget. Fulfills half of General Education Social Sciences requirement. Liberal Arts.

MBA 532ONL1 Applied Managerial Finance - MC
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MBA 532ONL1 Applied Managerial Finance - MC

This course emphasizes the decision-making and discipline of financial management. Subjects include: financial reports and metrics, financial analysis and planning, financial forecasting, financial markets, financial leverage, working capital management, capital budgeting processes, cost of capital, and the evaluation of domestic and global merger and acquisition opportunities, including takeover and antitrust strategies. Students will integrate a biblical and ethical framework that helps guide financial management decision-making. Prerequisite(s): MBA 501, MBA 630. ** Students may choose to waive this course and substitute an elective course for this core course if they have earned a B- or better in at least two of the following undergrad/graduate level courses: Corporate Finance I/II, Investment Management, or Money, Banking and Finance.

MBA 616LEC Entrepreneurship and the Lean Startup - MC
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MBA 616LEC Entrepreneurship and the Lean Startup - MC

In this course students learn the ‘thinking and doing’ of successful entrepreneurs. This multi-dimensional course is intended for those inclined toward becoming an entrepreneur; those needing to implement entrepreneurial and lean startup principles in their organization; or those who desire to learn how to effectively work with an entrepreneur. Entrepreneurship will be explored from the biblical perspective of creativity and the productive process of innovation. Topics include: deframing, metaphors, dialectical inquiry, path creation, and bisociation. Students will learn how to turn an innovative idea into a plan of action using lean startup strategy. Additionally, students will consider the entrepreneur\'s role in managing and mitigating the uncertainty of risk. Prerequisite(s): MBA 501, MBA 630.