Bryan C. Neary

Major: BBA MIS
Graduation: May 2021

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List of Completed Coursework

  • Data Analytics: Analyze data and learn how to present insights from business data. Analyze, model, and design database-centric solutions for organizations. Create data models and data warehouses based on business rules. Learn how to operate and manage a database system and structured query language (SQL).
  • Operations Management: An examination of the activities necessary for the provision of the organization’s product or service. Planning and scheduling of operations, allocation of resources, including staffing requirements and equipment decisions, inventory control and production planning, waiting line problems, and quality.
  • Macroeconomic Principles: Topics include business cycles, inflation, unemployment, banking, monetary and fiscal policy, international economics, and economic growth.
  • Microeconomic Principles: Topics include the market system, supply and demand, cost, competition, monopoly, oligopoly, factor markets, and public goods.
  • Leadership & Organizational Management: This course prepares students to address the challenges of leading high performing organizations. Students will examine the enablers of principled organizational leadership and performance.
  • Quantitative Methods for Business I: Fundamentals of mathematics and Excel are necessary for a student to pursue their degree at the Fox School of Business and Management. Topics and illustrations are specifically directed to applications in business and economics throughout this course.
  • Quantitative Methods for Business II: The overarching theme of this class is to prepare students to be proficient in areas of quantitative analysis, and to use those skills to solve relevant business applications.
  • Statistical Business Analytics: This course will cover the fundamentals of data description, data analysis, and graphical methods with applications to business problems. Topics include random variables, discrete and continuous distributions, estimation of parameters, and hypothesis testing.
  • Legal Environment of Business: This course will introduce students to the essential aspects of law with an emphasis on the legal environment of business. Students will learn the basics of contract, tort, property, and administrative law as well as international law. The law involving business would include a discussion of the types of legal entities, as well as employer and employee relations.
  • Information Systems in Organizations: Explain the role of information technology as a business enabler and identify and explain management information systems applications including customer relationship management systems, enterprise systems, e-commerce applications, transaction processing systems, business analytics, and emerging technologies. Evaluate the organizational fit and suitability of business applications and interpret the interaction between information technology, customers, processes, data, infrastructure, participants, and the environment in an organization.
  • Financial Accounting: Basic concepts and principles underlying the preparation and use of financial statements. Among the topics covered are basic accounting theory, transactional analysis, income determination, asset and liability valuation, and the preparation of financial statements.
  • 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.
  • Marketing Management: Explains the role of marketing in the U.S. economy and within the firm, including the interaction of marketing with other business functions, as well as with society. The course introduces students to the concepts, methods, and activities that comprise modern marketing management and provides examples as well as experiences analyzing and addressing marketing issues.
  • Introduction to Risk Management: 
    Introduction to the study of risk management and insurance. Principal casualty risks to which organizations are exposed, including those involved in employee benefits. Means of identification, evaluation, and treatment of these risks are analyzed, with the methods of treatment including insurance, risk retention, self-insurance, and loss control.
  • Introduction to Academic Discourse
  • Analytical Reading & Writing
  • IH 1: The Good Life
  • IH 2: The Common Good

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