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Business Math Using Technology | POFT | 1325

Skill development in the use of electronic calculators and business mathematical functions. Emphasis on business problem-solving skills using spreadsheet software and/or electronic calculator/keyboard.

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Business Organizations | LGLA | 2311

This course presents basic concepts of business organizations with emphasis on the paralegal?s role. Topics include law of agency, sole proprietorships, forms of partnerships, corporations, and other emerging business entities.

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Business Principles | BUSI | 1301

Fundamental business principles including structure, functions, resources, and operational processes.

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Business Terminology for Translation and Interpretation | TRAI | 1176

This course provides an introduction to the concepts and terminology of international business and has a broad coverage of essential elements of international business. It also focuses on the language of contracts, including Incoterms, and builds foundation for translation and interpretation in commercial areas.

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Business Writing Essentials | BUSG | 1374

An interactive study of critical business writing elements. The course goal is to help students develop business writing skills to incorporate in their work environments.

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Business and Professional Communication | SPCH | 1321

Applies the techniques of oral communication to situations most common to business and professional people. Covers discussion methods, conference techniques, committee reports, instructions, lectures, and public speeches. Open to all students. Required for speech majors. Core Curriculum Course.

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Bustier Construction | FSHD | 2215

Instruction in the skills and techniques for creating a boned bodice. Production of strapless bodices from fashion and theatrical sources through the pattern-making and construction process.

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C# , Advanced | ITSC | 1091

This course covers advanced features of the new C# language. These include applications such as linear regression, mortgage calculators and advanced file access. Prerequisite: Intermediate C#.

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C# , Intermediate | ITSC | 1091

This course covers advanced features of the new C# language. These include applications such as linear regression, mortgage calculators and advanced file access. Pre-requisite: Intermediate C#.

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C# , Introduction | ITSC | 1091

This course introduces students to Microsoft's new programming language C#. It combines the best features of Java, C# and Visual Basic and can be created as a console or internet application. The basic of coding and object-oriented programming are studied along with base classes, name spaces, classes and objects.

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