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39-200 Business for Engineers

Department:CIT Interdisciplinary
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This course is intended to prepare CIT graduates for the fast paced world of modern industry. There have been paradigm shifts that complicate career selection and compound the difficulty of becoming a productive member of an organization. Graduates of a technical program can benefit from an understanding of modern business concepts when they begin their careers. The content of this course will include both specific financial analysis topics and certain business administration topics such as program management, entrepreneurship and ethics. Students will become familiar with analyzing financial statements, stock market reports and stock options while developing their verbal and written presentation skills.

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  Spring 2005 times

Sec Time Day Instructor Location  
A 12:00 - 1:20 pm T Culbertson, Unetich SH 214 Add course to my schedule
R Culbertson, Unetich SH 214

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