Amanda Cierra Chavis

Major: BBA MIS
Graduation: May 2019

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Spring 2018

  1. Financial Accounting 
  2. Business Communications 
  3. Data Analytics
  4. Data-Centric Application Development
  5. Introduction to Risk Management
  6. Resident Assistant Development Seminar

Fall 2018

  1. Managerial Accounting 
    • Basic concepts related to the manager’s role in making business decisions using accounting data. Topics include cost classification, behavior, and allocation, cost-volume-profit analysis, operating and capital budgeting, variance analysis, performance evaluation and responsibility accounting.
  2. Business Society and Ethics
    • This course challenges students to consider the ethical obligations of corporations and their employees to a wide variety of societal stakeholders. Students are exposed to a broad range of ethical dilemmas that can arise in the business world and are offered the tools and taught the skills to respond to such dilemmas. Most significantly, the course encourages students to critically examine a preeminent societal institution of which they are a part, with the possibility that they can ultimately be forces for positive change.
  3. Enterprise IT Architecture
    • Specify the IT architecture for the enterprise. Explain and assess information technology such as computer hardware, software, systems, and networking. Identify management, usage, security, and consumer issues related to laptops, desktops, operating systems, servers, media, smartphones, gaming, cloud computing, and other new and evolving technologies. Learn about new computing platforms and how they create business value. Explore the technologies and business models of the ecosystems for new digital products and services.
  4. Digital Solutions Studio
    • Students learn to translate business needs into technology enabled solutions. In a studio setting and working with a real client, students learn to interact with clients as they learn to collect requirements, model processes and data and design solutions to the client’s problems. After learning to scope a project and compile the associated set of business rules, students learn to utilize a number of design frameworks and structured techniques for creating innovative solutions.
  5. Statistical Business Analytics
    • This course will cover the fundamentals of data description, data analysis, and graphical methods with applications to business problems. Students will gain proficiency in simple and multiple regression models and forecasting. Excel will be used for data analysis and to reinforce topics taught in class.

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