Mount Vernon Nazarene University

2011-2012 Catalog

Business Department

Department Chair, Daryl L. Gruver

Faculty

Daryl L. Gruver, MA

Judy R. Madtes, MBA

Chris E. Neuenschwander, MBA, CPA, CMA

James R. Parks, Jr., MBA

Philip K. Rickard, MBA, CPA

Jill R. Risner, MBA

Kelly R. Rush, MBA

David L. Skinner, PhD

Debra L. Snyder, PhD, CPA

Edward A. Thomas, PhD

Wayne A. Yerxa, MBA

Business Program Objectives

The courses and curriculum of the undergraduate business program are designed to achieve the following student outcomes:

  • understand the theories, principles, methods and applications of business;
  • demonstrate value-based decisions in business from a Christian perspective of ethics and social responsibility;
  • demonstrate the ability to think creatively and critically;
  • integrate the disciplines of business into a holistic perspective;
  • articulate an economic understanding of society as one basis for more intelligent participatory citizenship;
  • evidence the ability to listen receptively and to express oneself through written and oral communication;
  • demonstrate experience in service, mission, or multicultural activity.

Note: All prerequisites for Business Department courses require a grade of "C-" or better. No course used to meet general education requirements is permitted to satisfy a major requirement in any program within the School of Business. The general education requirements for all business majors include the following prescribed courses: Introduction to Statistics, Precalculus Mathematics or Calculus I, Old Testament History and Literature, and New Testament History and Literature.

Business Departmental Programs

Associate in Applied Science in Business Technology

Required Courses

ABT2013 Computer Applications in Business I

3

ABT3013 Computer Applications in Business II

3

aABT3023 Document Processing

3

ABT3063 Project Management

3

ABT3073 Business Communication

3

ACC2053 Principles of Accounting I

3

Elective Course

Business electives

6

Total

24 Hours

Associate in Applied Science in Business Administration

Required Courses

ABT2013 Computer Applications in Business I

3

ACC2053 Principles of Accounting I

3

ACC2063 Principles of Accounting II

3

ECO1033G Principles of Macroeconomics

3

MAN2003 Principles of Management

3

MAN3003 Business Law I

3

MAR3033 Principles of Marketing

3

Select Elective Business Courses

Business electives

9

Total

30 Hours

Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration

Students earning a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration degree must complete the required general education core, the required business core and a minor (either within the Jetter School of Business or from another area) or a second major (which must be outside the Jetter School of Business). A minimum of 124 credit hours are required for the degree.

Required Business Core

ABT2013 Computer Applications in Business I

3

ABT3073 Business Communication

3

ACC2053 Principles of Accounting I

3

ACC2063 Principles of Accounting II

3

ECO2033 Principles of Microeconomics

3

FIN3073 Financial Management

3

IBS3003 International Business Operations

3

MAN2003 Principles of Management

3

MAN3003 Business Law I

3

MAN3083 Organizational Behavior

3

MAN4033 Strategic Planning

3

aMAN5003 Business Ethics

3

MAR3033 Principles of Marketing

3

Required Cognate Courses

BIB1003G Old Testament History and Literature

3

BIB1013G New Testament History and Literature

3

MAT2063G Introduction to Statistics

3

ECO1033G Principles of Macroeconomics

3

Select one of the following:

3-4

MAT1023G Pre-calculus Mathematics

 

MAT1034G Calculus I

 

Total

54-55 Hours

Bachelor of Science in Accounting

Students earning a Bachelor of Science in Accounting have three options.

  • To major in Accounting with no specializations. Students who choose this option must earn a minor, a second major, or a business concentration. If a minor in the Jetter School of Business is chosen, it must include at least 12 credit hours not duplicated in the major. A minimum of 124 credit hours are required for the degree.
  • To major in Accounting - Certified Management Accountant concentration, which meets the educational requirements to sit for the Ohio Certified Management Accountant examination. No minor or second major is required for this option. A minimum of 124 credit hours are required for the degree.
  • To major in Accounting - Certified Public Accounting concentration, which meets the educational requirements to sit for the Ohio Certified Public Accountant examination. This is a 150-credit-hour program, which is designed as a five [5] year program. No minor or second major is required for this option.

All required accounting courses numbered 3000 or above must be completed at MVNU unless approved in advance by the accounting faculty.

Required Business Core

ABT2013 Computer Applications in Business I

3

ABT3073 Business Communication

3

ACC2053 Principles of Accounting I

3

ACC2063 Principles of Accounting II

3

ACC5003 Accounting Ethics

3

ECO2033 Principles of Microeconomics

3

FIN3073 Financial Management

3

aIBS3003 International Business Operations

3

MAN2003 Principles of Management

3

MAN3003 Business Law I

3

MAN3083 Organizational Behavior

3

MAN4033 Strategic Planning

3

MAR3033 Principles of Marketing

3

Required Major Courses

ACC3033 Individual Income Tax

3

ACC3043 Cost Accounting I

3

ACC3063 Intermediate Accounting I

3

ACC3073 Intermediate Accounting II

3

ACC4053 Auditing Concepts and Practices

3

ACC4083 Advanced Accounting

3

ACC4093 Accounting Capstone and Professional Conduct

3

ECO1033G Principles of Macroeconomics

3

MAN3013 Business Law II

3

Accounting internship or practicum

2

Required Cognate Courses

BIB1003G Old Testament History and Literature

3

BIB1013G New Testament History and Literature

3

MAT2063G Introduction to Statistics

3

Select one of the following:

3-4

MAT1023G Pre-calculus Mathematics

 

MAT1034G Calculus I

 

Total

80-81 Hours

Certified Management Accountant (CMA) Concentration

ABT3013 Computer Applications II

3

aACC3053 Cost Accounting II

3

aMAN3063 Leadership

3

Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Concentration

ABT3013 Computer Applications II

3

aACC3053 Cost Accounting II

3

aACC3083 Accounting Information Systems

3

aACC3023 Government and not-for-profit accounting

3

aACC4073 Advanced Tax Accounting

3

ACC5029 Accounting Internship

3

Bachelor of Science in Business Technology

Students earning a Bachelor of Science in Business Technology degree must complete the required general education core, the required business core, and a minor, a second major, or a business concentration. If a minor in the Jetter School of Business is chosen, it must include at least 12 credit hours not duplicated in the major. A minimum of 124 credit hours are required for the degree.

Required Business Core

ABT2013 Computer Applications in Business I

3

ABT3073 Business Communication

3

ACC2053 Principles of Accounting I

3

ACC2063 Principles of Accounting II

3

ECO2033 Principles of Microeconomics

3

FIN3073 Financial Management

3

IBS3003 International Business Operations

3

MAN2003 Principles of Management

3

MAN3003 Business Law I

3

MAN3083 Organizational Management

3

MAN4033 Strategic Planning

3

aMAN5003 Business Ethics

3

MAR3033 Principles of Marketing

3

Required Major Courses

ABT3013 Computer Applications in Business II

3

ABT3063 Project Management

3

ABT3023 Document Processing

3

ABT3043 Web Design

3

ECO1033G Principles of Macroeconomics

3

Required Cognate Courses

BIB1003G Old Testament History and Literature

3

BIB1013G New Testament History and Literature

3

MAT2063G Introduction to Statistics

3

Select one of the following:

3-4

MAT1023G Pre-calculus Mathematics

 

MAT1034G Calculus I

 

Total

66-67 Hours

Bachelor of Science in Finance

Students earning a Bachelor of Science in Finance must complete the required general education core, the required business core, and the required major area courses. A business concentration in Corporate Financial Management or Financial Planning is required; other business concentrations, a minor, or a double-major may be substituted with departmental approval. No minor or second major is required. A minimum of 124 credit hours are required for the degree.

Required Business Core

ABT2013 Computer Applications in Business I

3

ABT3073 Business Communication

3

ACC2053 Principles of Accounting I

3

ACC2063 Principles of Accounting II

3

ECO2033 Principles of Microeconomics

3

FIN3073 Financial Management

3

aIBS3003 International Business Operations

3

MAN2003 Principles of Management

3

MAN3003 Business Law I

3

MAN3083 Organizational Management

3

MAN4033 Strategic Planning

3

aMAN5003 Business Ethics

3

MAR3033 Principles of Marketing

3

Required Major Courses

ABT3013 Computer Applications in Business II

3

ECO1033G Principles of Macroeconomics

3

FIN3083 Principles of Investment

3

FIN4063 Intermediate Financial Management I

3

FIN4073 Intermediate Financial Management II

3

aFIN4103 Entrepreneurial Finance

3

aFIN4113 Risk and Insurance

3

MAN3013 Business Law II

3

Required Cognate Courses

BIB1003G Old Testament History and Literature

3

BIB1013G New Testament History and Literature

3

MAT2063G Introduction to Statistics

3

Select one of the following:

3-4

MAT1023G Pre-calculus Mathematics

 

MAT1034G Calculus I

 

Total

75-76 Hours

Corporate Finance Concentration

aIBS3053 Comparative Economic Systems

3

aIBS3073 International Trade and Finance

3

Select two of the following:

6

ACC3043 Cost Accounting I

 

aACC3053 Cost Accounting II

 

ACC3063 Intermediate Accounting I

 

ACC3073 Intermediate Accounting II

 

Financial Planning Concentration

ACC3033 Individual Income Tax

3

FIN3063 Consumer Finance

3

aFIN4123 Retirement and Estate Planning

3

aFIN4133 Professional Financial Planning

3

Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Management

The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Management is designed for individuals desiring to work in management of leadership roles in information technology. The degree combines core business courses with computer science and business technology courses to provide students with the essential knowledge and skills necessary to excel in information technology settings. Students majoring in Information Technology Management must complete the required general education core, required business core, and the required major courses. No minor or second major is required. A minimum of 124 credit hours are required for the degree.

Required Business Core

ABT2013 Computer Applications in Business I

3

ABT3073 Business Communication

3

ACC2053 Principles of Accounting I

3

ACC2063 Principles of Accounting II

3

ECO2033 Principles of Microeconomics

3

FIN3073 Financial Management

3

aIBS3003 International Business Operations

3

MAN2003 Principles of Management

3

MAN3003 Business Law I

3

MAN3083 Organizational Behavior

3

MAN4033 Strategic Planning

3

aMAN5003 Business Ethics

3

MAR3033 Principles of Marketing

3

Required Major Courses

ABT3013 Computer Applications in Business II

3

ABT3043 Web Design

3

ABT3063 Project Management and Applications Integration

3

CSC1024G Computer Science I

4

CSC3013 Computer Networks and Telecommunications

3

aCSC3024 Software and Systems Engineering

4

aCSC3031 Database Management Systems Laboratory for Computer Science

1

aCSC3032 Database Management Systems

2

CSC3083 Technology and Society

3

aCSC4003 Computer and Information Security

3

ECO1033G Principles of Macroeconomics

3

MAT1053 Elementary Discrete Mathematics

3

Select One of the Following

2-3

CSC3003 Multimedia Programming

 

CSC4062 Practicum and Certification in Networking

 

CSC4072 Practicum and Certification in Server Administration

 

Required Cognate Courses

BIB1003G Old Testament History and Literature

3

BIB1013G New Testament History and Literature

3

MAT2063G Introduction to Statistics

3

Total

85-86 Hours

Bachelor of Science in Integrated Business Education

Note: Students who wish to teach in grades seven through twelve, in multi-age education, or in vocational settings must complete general education and professional education courses which are listed in the School of Education and Professional Studies section of this catalog.

Required Courses

ABT2013 Computer Applications in Business I

3

ABT3013 Computer Applications in Business II

3

ABT3063 Project Management

3

ABT3023 Document Processing

3

ABT3073 Business Communication

3

ABT4002 Content Area Teaching Methods in Business

2

ACC2053 Principles of Accounting I

3

ACC2063 Principles of Accounting II

3

ECO1033G Principles of Macroeconomics

3

ECO2033 Principles of Microeconomics

3

FIN3063 Consumer Finance

3

FIN3073 Financial Management

3

IBS3003 International Business Operations

3

MAN2003 Principles of Management

3

MAN3003 Business Law I

3

MAN4033 Strategic Planning

3

MAR3033 Principles of Marketing

3

MIS3023 Management Information Systems

3

Required Education Courses

49

Total

102 Hours

No minor is required.

Bachelor of Science in International Business

Students majoring in International Business have several options to customize their degree to meet individual career goals. A minor, second major, or business concentration is required. A minimum of 124 credit hours are required for the degree. Available options include:

  • Double major in another area of business, such as accounting, finance, management, or marketing.
  • Minor in a modern foreign language, British Studies, China Studies, Middle East Studies, Intercultural Studies, or another area of business. If a minor in the Jetter School of Business is chosen, it must include at least 12 credit hours not duplicated in the major.
  • Complete a business concentration.

Required Business Core

ABT2013 Computer Application in Business I

3

ABT3073 Business Communication

3

ACC2053 Principles of Accounting I

3

ACC2063 Principles of Accounting II

3

ECO2033 Principles of Microeconomics

3

FIN3073 Financial Management

3

IBS3003 International Business Operations

3

MAN2003 Principles of Management

3

MAN3003 Business Law I

3

MAN3083 Organizational Behavior

3

MAN4033 Strategic Planning

3

aMAN5003 Business Ethics

3

MAR3033 Principles of Marketing

3

Required Major Courses

ECO1033G Principles of Macroeconomics

3

Select four of the following:

12-13

IBS3053 Comparative Economic Systems

 

IBS3063 Global Marketing

 

IBS3073 International Trade and Finance

 

IBS3083 Global Business Strategy

 

aITD3084 Seminar in International Development (must be a business emphasis)

 

Select two of the following:

6

HIS3053G History of Modern Britain

 

HIS3063G History of Modern Russia

 

aPOL3113 International Relations

 

HIS3103G History and Culture of East Asia

 

HIS3113 History and Culture of Southeast Asia

 

PHI2063 World Religions

 

COM3073 Intercultural Communication

 

Required Cognate Courses

BIB1003G Old Testament History and Literature

3

BIB1013G New Testament History and Literature

3

MAT2063G Introduction to Statistics

3

Select one of the following:

3-4

MAT1023G Pre-calculus Mathematics

 

MAT1034G Calculus I

 

Total

72-74 Hours

Bachelor of Science in Management

Students earning a Bachelor of Science in Management must complete the required general education core, the required business core, and required major area courses. A concentration in Entrepreneurship or Nonprofit Management is required; other business concentrations, a minor, or a double-major may be substituted with departmental approval. No minor or second major is required. A minimum of 124 credit hours are required for the degree.

Required Business Core

ABT2013 Computer Applications in Business I

3

ABT3073 Business Communication

3

ACC2053 Principles of Accounting I

3

ACC2063 Principles of Accounting II

3

ECO2033 Principles of Microeconomics

3

FIN3073 Financial Management

3

aIBS3003 International Business Operations

3

MAN2003 Principles of Management

3

MAN3003 Business Law I

3

MAN3083 Organizational Behavior

3

MAN4033 Strategic Planning

3

aMAN5003 Business Ethics

3

MAR3033 Principles of Marketing

3

Required Major Courses

ECO1033G Principles of Macroeconomics

3

MAN3013 Business Law II

3

MAN3033 Human Resources Management

3

MAN3063 Leadership

3

MAN4023 Operations Management

3

Required Concentration Hours

9

Required Cognate Courses

BIB1003G Old Testament History and Literature

3

BIB1013G New Testament History and Literature

3

MAT2063G Introduction to Statistics

3

Select one of the following:

3-4

MAT1023G Pre-calculus Mathematics

 

MAT1034G Calculus I

 

Total

75-76 Hours

Entrepreneurship Concentration

aMAN3043 Small Business Management

3

aMAN4053 New Venture Creation

3

aFIN4103 Entrepreneurial Finance

3

Nonprofit Management Concentration

aMAN3103 Management of Nonprofit Organizations

3

aMAR2013 Introduction to Public Relations

3

aMAN3113 Administration of Government and Business

3

Bachelor of Science in Marketing

Students earning a Bachelor of Science in Marketing must complete the required general education core, the required business core, and required major area courses. A concentration in Personal Sales or Public Relations is required; other business concentrations, a minor, or a double-major may be substituted with departmental approval. No minor or second major is required. A minimum of 124 credit hours are required for the degree.

Required Business Core

ABT2013 Computer Applications in Business I

3

ABT3073 Business Communication

3

ACC2053 Principles of Accounting I

3

ACC2063 Principles of Accounting II

3

ECO2033 Principles of Microeconomics

3

FIN3073 Financial Management

3

aIBS3003 International Business Operations

3

MAN2003 Principles of Management

3

MAN3003 Business Law I

3

MAN3083 Organizational Behavior

3

MAN4033 Strategic Planning

3

aMAN5003 Business Ethics

3

MAR3033 Principles of Marketing

3

Required Major Courses

ABT3043 Web Design

3

ABT3063 Project Management and Application
Integration

3

IBS3063 Global Marketing

3

MAR3053 Marketing Management

3

MAR3073 Advertising and Promotion

3

MAR4063 Marketing Research

3

MAR4073 Marketing Strategy

3

ECO1033G Principles of Macroeconomics

3

Required Concentration Hours

8-9

Required Cognate Courses

BIB1003G Old Testament History and Literature

3

BIB1013G New Testament History and Literature

3

MAT2063G Introduction to Statistics

3

Select one of the following:

3-4

MAT1023G Pre-calculus Mathematics

 

MAT1034G Calculus I

 

Total

84-86 Hours

Personal Sales Concentration

COM1023G Public Speaking

3

aCOM3043 Persuasion

3

MAR3063 Personal Selling

3

Public Relations Concentration

aMAR2002 Public Relations Practicum

2

aMAR2013 Introduction to Public Relations

3

MAR3113 Advanced Public Relations

3

Accounting Minor

ABT2013 Computer Applications in Business I

3

ACC2053 Principles of Accounting I

3

ACC2063 Principles of Accounting II

3

Accounting electives

9

Total

18 Hours

Business Technology Minor

ABT2013 Computer Applications in Business I

3

ABT3013 Computer Applications in Business II

3

ABT3063 Project Management and Application Integration

3

ABT3023 Document Processing

3

Business electives

6

Total

18 Hours

Business Administration Minor

ABT2013 Computer Applications in Business I

3

MAN2003 Principles of Management

3

MAR3033 Principles of Marketing

3

ACC2053 Principles of Accounting I

3

ACC2063 Principles of Accounting II

3

FIN3073 Financial Management

3

MAT2063G Introduction to Statistics

3

ECO2033 Principles of Microeconomics

3

ECO1033G Principles of Macroeconomics

3

Total

27 Hours

Finance Minor

ACC2053 Principles of Accounting I

3

ACC2063 Principles of Accounting II

3

FIN3073 Financial Management

3

MAT2063G Introduction to Statistics

3

Select three of the following:

9

IBS3053 Comparative Economic Systems

 

IBS3073 International Trade and Finance

 

FIN3083 Principles of Investment

 

FIN4063 Intermediate Financial Management I

 

FIN4073 Intermediate Financial Management II

 

ABT3013 Computer Applications in Business II

 

Total

21 Hours

General Business Minor

ACC2053 Principles of Accounting I

3

ECO1033G Principles of Macroeconomics

3

MAN2003 Principles of Management

3

MAR3033 Principles of Marketing

3

FIN3063 Consumer Finance

3

Business electives

3

Total

18 Hours

International Business Minor

MAN2003 Principles of Management

3

MAR3033 Principles of Marketing

3

ACC2053 Principles of Accounting I

3

IBS3003 International Business Operations

3

ECO1033G Principles of Macroeconomics

3

Select one of the following:

3

aPOL3113 International Relations

 

or approved substitute

 

Select three of the following:

9-10

IBS3053 Comparative Economic Systems

 

IBS3063 Global Marketing

 

IBS3073 International Trade and Finance

 

IBS3083 Global Business Strategy

 

aITD3084 Seminar in International
Development

 

Total

27-28 Hours

Management Minor

MAN2003 Principles of Management

3

ABT2013 Computer Applications in Business I

3

ABT3073 Business Communication

3

Management electives

9

Total

18 Hours

Marketing Minor

MAN2003 Principles of Management

3

ACC2053 Principles of Accounting I

3

MAR3033 Principles of Marketing

3

Select three of the following:

9

MAR2013 Introduction to Public Relations

 

MAR3073 Advertising and Promotion

 

MAR3053 Marketing Management

 

MAR3063 Personal Selling Topics in Marketing

 

MAR4063 Marketing Research

 

IBS3063 Global Marketing

 

Total

18 Hours

Nonprofit Management Minor

ACC2053 Principles of Accounting I

3

ACC2063 Principles of Accounting II

3

ECO1033 Principles of Macroeconomics

3

MAN2003 Principles of Management

3

MAN3103 Management of Non-Profit Organizations

3

aMAN3013 Business Law II

3

Total

18 Hours