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Course IDCourse NameCourse DescriptionTextbookCredit HoursSyllabus
RART301Contemporary Art History

This course explores the various artistic movements from 1945 to the present. Emphasis will be placed on critical theory, historical context, and familiarity with images and artists.

There are no textbooks required for this course.

3Syllabus
RBUS300Self-Leadership and Personal Growth

This course focuses on self-assessment, reflection and interpersonal skill development. Individual assignments and group exercises, film, and literature will be used to explore the self, to engage in activities with others, and to allow for meaningful introspection of one's own values, motivation, and ethics. Topics such as work-life balance will be explored. Please check the class schedule at your home institution to see if this class is available for enrollment this term.

Title: Mastering Self Leadership
Author: Charles C. Manz; Christopher P. Neck
ISBN: 978-0-13-275441-5
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication Date: January 4, 2012
Required

3Syllabus
RBUS301E-Commerce Strategy

This course covers emerging online technologies and trends and their influence on the electronic commerce marketplace. Students will learn building blocks of web technology and various revenue models and their application in a variety of sectors and industries. This course will also explore current issues surrounding electronic commerce and electronic business including electronic marketing, security, privacy, and search engine optimization. Please check the class schedule at your home institution to see if this class is available for enrollment this term.

Title: E-Commerce 2019
Author: Kenneth C. Laudon; Carol Guercio Traver
ISBN: 978-0-13-499845-9
Publisher: Pearson Education
Publication Date: January 31, 2019
Required

3Syllabus
RBUS302Business and Personal Law

This course focuses on the nature and functions of our legal system, courts, and procedures as they relate to personal and business law. Covered are general legal concepts, contracts, sales, business organizations, commercial paper and property law.

Title: Law for Business and Personal Use
Author: John E. Adamson; Amanda Morrison
ISBN: 978-0-538-49690-2
Publisher: Cengage South-Western
Publication Date: January 11, 2011
Required

3Syllabus
RBUS303Social Media Marketing

Social Media Marketing would look at the ways in which marketing has changed to a new social media marketing from the old style of marketing. The course would look at using social media as a marketing tool and ways in which to improve social media marketing results.

There are no textbooks required for this course.

3Syllabus
RBUS304Essentials of Business Management

This course focuses on the essential concepts of business and management through utilization of the higher orders of Blooms cognitive domains of applying, analyzing, and evaluating. This course serves as a foundational course for other courses in the Business of Leadership emphasis and is recommended that students take it before taking the other courses in the series. The other courses in the series include: RBUS 305: Cross Cultural Leadership, RBUS401: Dimensions of Strategic Leadership, RBUS306: Operations for Strategic Manager, RUBS307: Managerial and Supervisory Skill, and RBUS 402: Information Systems and Data Analytics for Leader.

Title: Principles of Management
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Required

Title: Introduction to Business
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Required

3Syllabus
RBUS305Cross-Cultural Leadership

This course provides students and practitioners the opportunity to explore and develop global intercultural competence as well as the cross-cultural leadership skills necessary to be an effective global leader.

Title: Leading Across Differences
Author: Kelly Hannum; Belinda B. McFeeters; Lize Booysen
ISBN: 978-0-470-46716-9
Publisher: John Wiley&Sons, Incorporated
Publication Date: April 12, 2010
Required

3Syllabus
RBUS306Operations for Strategic Managers

Operations management through the strategic leadership lens – what those senior leadership roles need to know about operations and how that knowledge transfers into setting and implementing strategies to impact leadership decisions and vision. This course will progress from an introduction of operations management to the effective and efficient application of operations knowledge to serve the strategic leader. Case methods may be employed. Please check with your participating institution to determine whether this course is offered on your campus and when it will be offered.

There are no textbooks required for this course.

3Syllabus
RBUS307Managerial & Supervisory Skills

An applied approach to developing and practicing skill sets needed to effectively fulfill critical managerial roles of working with and through other people in organizational settings. Analysis and application of personal and organizational skills will include communicating, motivating, leading, teaming, and problem solving. Various learning methods, self assessments, cases, and exercises will be used. Please check with your participating institution to determine whether this course is offered on your campus and when it will be offered.

Title: Training in Interpersonal Skills
Author: Stephen P. Robbins; Phillip L. Hunsaker
ISBN: 978-0-13-255174-8
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication Date: January 25, 2011
Required

3Syllabus
RBUS308Applied Marketing Strategy

Applied Marketing Strategy is tailored to students with minimal marketing experience. From a practical approach, the course will review the marketing principles, process, and tools to diagnose marketing information and situations where strategies are formulated and marketing plans are prepared. A focus on applying marketing strategies and tactics is used to give students an understanding on what guides strategic marketing decisions in today’s business environment. An emphasis on critical thinking helps show how marketing decisions fit together to create a coherent strategy. Much of the course centers on case-based learning situations. Please check with your participating institution to determine whether this course is offered on your campus and when it will be offered.

Title: Core Concepts of Marketing
Author: John Burnett
Publisher: Global Text Project
URL: https://archive.org/details/ostbusiness-core-concepts-of-marketing
Required

3Syllabus
Course IDCourse NameCourse DescriptionTextbookCredit HoursSyllabus