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DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS EDUCATION/COMPUTER & NETWORK ADMINISTRATION

Phone: 262-472-1322
E-Mail: bused@uww.edu

Faculty: R. Neil Dortch, Mary Margaret Hosler, Marcia James (Chairperson), Richard James, Jean Mausehund, Jo Ann Oravec, Robert Schramm, Bambi Statz, Roger Yin, Donald K. Zahn.

The Business Education program at this university is nationally known. The program won the National Programs of Excellence Award in 1994 and in 1997. Business teachers are prepared in content and methodology which are complemented by field experiences. Graduates are marketable in education and business settings.
 
 

The Computer End-User Technologies major/minor is offered for individuals who like to work with people and computers. End-user computing, network administration, web page design and administration, and human factor considerations are learned and applied in realistic business projects and internships. Graduates are qualified for positions such as software trainers, PC support specialists, network administrators, and web page designer.
 
 

MAJOR/EMPHASES

By completing the Business Education program, students will be eligible for the Department of Public Instruction License 250. This license enables graduates to teach business subjects at grades 6-12; business teachers often serve as coordinators of cooperative vocational education programs and advisors of a student organization.
 
 

Students can validate business-related work experience to obtain DPI License 281 (Vocational). Some of the necessary hours for vocational certification can be acquired through BSEDCNA 470 Directed Occupational Practice. Also, and add-on DPI license for elementary keyboarding is available.
 
 

BUSINESS EDUCATION (BSE)
 
 

LICENSURE - 40-42 UNITS

 1. EDFOUND 212 AND EDFOUND 425

 2. EDFOUND 243

 3. C&I SECNDED 441, SECNDED 442 AND SECNDED 444

 4. C&I SECNDED 466

 5. SELECT 2 UNITS FROM COURSE C&I CIFLD 210

 6. STUDENT TEACHING

 a. SELECT 2 OR 12 UNITS FROM C&I CIFLD 412

 b. SELECT 2 OR 12 UNITS FROM C&I CIFLD 414

 7. SELECT 3 UNITS FROM COURSE C&I CIFLD 492

 8. SELECT 3 UNITS FROM SPECED 205

 9. SELECT 0-2 UNITS FROM C&I CIFLD 413
 
 

MAJOR - 43 UNITS

 1. BSEDCNA 245, BSEDCNA 300, BSEDCNA 255

2. ACCOUNT 244, BSEDCNA 347, BSEDCNA 353,

 FNBSLW 341 AND MARKETNG 311

 3. ACCOUNT 498 (1 u.), BSEDCNA 344, BSEDCNA 447,

 BSEDCNA 460, BSEDCNA 461 AND BSEDCNA 462

 4. BSEDCNA 141

 5. SELECT 3 ELECTIVE BUSINESS UNITS EXCEPT

 ECON 201 (GS) AND ECON 202 (GS)
 
 

MAJOR - UNIQUE REQUIREMENT - 6 UNITS

 1. ECON 201 (GS) RLS

 2. ECON 202 (GS) RLS
 
 

The Business Education Marketing Education Comprehensive major allows the students to obtain two Department of Public Instruction licensures-250 Business and 285 Marketing. School districts favor this combination as it gives them flexibility in staffing. In order to obtain the DPI 285 license, the students must validate their marketing-related work experience. Some of the necessary hours for vocational certification can be acquired through BSEDCNA 470 Directed Occupational Practice. Also, an add-on DPI license for elementary keyboarding is available.
 
 

BUSINESS EDUCATION MARKETING EDUCATION COMPREHENSIVE (BSE)
 
 

LICENSURE - 42-44 UNITS

 1. EDFOUND 212 AND EDFOUND 425

 2. EDFOUND 243

 3. C&I SECNDED 440, SECNDED 441, SECNDED 442, AND SECNDED 444

 4. C&I SECNDED 466

 5. SELECT 2 UNITS FROM COURSE C&I CIFLD 210

 6. STUDENT TEACHING

 a. SELECT 2 OR 12 UNITS FROM C&I CIFLD 412

 b. SELECT 2 OR 12 UNITS FROM C&I CIFLD 414

 7. SELECT 3 UNITS FROM C&I CIFLD 492

 8. SELECT 3 UNITS FROM SPECED 205

 9. SELECT 0-2 UNITS FROM C&I CIFLD 413
 
 

MAJOR - 55 UNITS
 1.   BSEDCNA 300, BSEDCNA 141, FNBSLW 341
 2.   ACCOUNT 244, ACCOUNT 498 (1 u.), BSEDCNA 353
         AND MARKETNG 311
 3.   BSEDCNA 447, BSEDCNA 460, BSEDCNA 461, BSEDCNA 462
 4.   MARKETNG 337, MARKETNG 420, MARKETNG 351
 5. BSEDCNA 245, BSEDCNA 255, BSEDCNA 344, AND BSEDCNA 347
 6.   SELECT 6 UNITS FROM THE FOLLOWING:
       MARKETNG 349, MARKETNG 350, MARKETNG 361, MARKETNG 429, MANGEMNT 387, BSEDCNA 470

MAJOR - UNIQUE REQUIREMENT - 6 UNITS
 1.  ECON 201 (GS) RLS
 2.  ECON 202 (GS) RLS
 
 
 

MARKETING EDUCATION (BSE)
 
 

LICENSURE - 36 UNITS

 1. EDFOUND 212 AND EDFOUND 425

 2. EDFOUND 243

 3. C&I SECNDED 440 AND SECNDED 466

 4. SELECT 2 UNITS FROM COURSE C&I CIFLD 210

 5. STUDENT TEACHING

 a. SELECT 2 OR 12 UNITS FROM C&I CIFLD 412

 b. SELECT 2 OR 12 UNITS FROM C&I CIFLD 414

 6. SELECT 3 UNITS FROM COURSE C&I CIFLD 492

 7. SELECT 3 UNITS FROM SPECED 205
 
 

MAJOR - 43  UNITS
 1.   ACCOUNT 244, ACCOUNT 498,  FNBSLW 341
 2.    BSEDCNA 141, BSEDCNA 300, BSEDCNA 353
 3.   BSEDCNA 447, BSEDCNA 460, BSEDCNA 461,  BSEDCNA 462
 4.   MARKETNG 311, MARKETNG 337, MARKETNG 351, MARKETNG 420
 5.   SELECT 6 UNITS FROM THE FOLLOWING:
       MARKETNG 349, MARKETNG 350, MARKETNG 361, MARKETNG 429, MANGEMNT 387, BSEDCNA 470

MAJOR - UNIQUE REQUIREMENT - 6 UNITS
 1.   ECON 201 (GS) RLS
 2.   ECON 202 (GS) RLS
 
 

COMPUTER END-USER TECHNOLOGIES (BBA)
 
 

MAJOR - 27 UNITS

 1. BSEDCNA 255, BSEDCNA 347, BSEDCNA 348, BSEDCNA 357, BSEDCNA 445 AND BSEDCNA 454

 2. SELECT 9 UNITS FROM COURSES

 BSEDCNA 349, BSEDCNA 365, BSEDCNA 457, BSEDCNA 493 (3-6 u), MANGEMNT 428
 
 

For those students who may take a non-teaching minor and who wish to prepare themselves for entry level employment in the field of business as an end-user specialist in computer end-user technologies, a minor has been developed. See PROFESSIONAL MINOR IN BUSINESS STUDIES in the College of Letters and Sciences section for requirements.
 

MINOR

COMPUTER END-USER TECHNOLOGIES

MINOR - 21 UNITS

 1. BSEDCNA 255, BSEDCNA 347, BSEDCNA 348, BSEDCNA 353, BSEDCNA 357, BSEDCNA 445 AND BSEDCNA 454

 2. SELECT 3 UNITS FROM COURSES

 BSEDCNA 349, BSEDCNA 365, BSEDCNA 457, BSEDCNA 493 OR MANGEMNT 428

 3. 2.00 GPA & 24 UNITS NEEDED FOR 200 LEVEL & 60 UNITS FOR 300/400 LEVEL BUS COURSES. 2.25 IN MINOR NEEDED TO GRADUATE. A MAX OF 2 TRANSFER COURSES AND A MAX OF 3 UNITS IN SPECIAL, INDEPENDENT, CORRESPONDENCE & INTERNSHIP ALLOWED.
 
 

UNIQUE REQUIREMENT

 1. ABILITY TO TYPE STRAIGHT COPY AT 40 WORDS PER MINUTE. RLS
 
 

The Computer End-User Technology minor is valuable for anyone planning a career in end-user computing. The courses studied prepare students to understand and work with computer systems and related technologies commonly used in the business world. This preparation will allow students to easily make transitions to advanced technologies in the future.
 
 

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