BEINDP 200 INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
This interdisciplinary course addresses current theory and practice on conducting business in international markets. Topics in culture and communication and the business functions in an international environment will be addressed at an introductory level. This course meets the College of Business & Economic's international requirement.
BEINDP 201 INTRODUCTION TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP
The course focuses on introducing students to the world of entrepreneurship. Students will apply general business concepts to the wide range of challenges facing entrepreneurs. Through experiential learning opportunities, students will apply what they learned to develop a basic plan for a startup business and our new product opportunity.
Prereq:Business Majors, 2.50 combined cumulative GPA and 24 credits; for all other majors, 2.00 GPA and 24 credits.
BEINDP 210 BUSINESS TOPICS
A course in which students will be exposed to relevant developments and insights from experts in various fields of business. Repeatable for a maximum of 3 credits in degree.
BEINDP 293 APPLIED BUSINESS BASICS
The purpose of this course is to acquire skills and knowledge relating personal values to customer service, personal empowerment, problem-solving, effective communication, teamwork, time management, cultural sensitivity, and career planning. The Disney Theme Parks and Resorts offer students a learning laboratory where they can live, learn and earn while taking courses and completing assignments related to their work experience.
Prereq:Completion of 15 units, 2.0 GPA, acceptance into the Disney College Program and instructor consent.
BEINDP 321 GROWING ENTREPRENEURIAL AND FAMILY BUSINESS
This course investigates key issues and competencies needed for starting, growing, managing, and transitioning small and family businesses. Attention is given to a wide range of functional competencies, including marketing, management and human resources, accounting, finance, business law, and technology required for developing strategic and tactical plans. Students taking the course will develop a complete strategic plan for operating a small and/or family business.
BEINDP 493 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS INTERNSHIP
An opportunity for international exchange students to gain work experience in the United States during a semester or summer. Course includes an appropriate written report on the work experience. Repeatable for a maximum of 12 units. Offered on a satisfactory/no credit basis only.
Prereq:Consent of the Assistant Dean, College of Business and Economics. Restricted to international exchange students.
SCIBUS 485 INTEGRATED SCIENCE-BUSINESS SENIOR PROJECT
Students will design a senior project in consultation with a pair of faculty, one from science, the other from management, along with a Project Review Panel made-up of other faculty and representatives from the scientific/business community.
Prereq:Senior status and completion of an SBIM internship.
SCIBUS 493 SCIENCE-BUSINESS INTERNSHIP
The internship is a required course for which students receive credit for work experience outside the university setting. With the assistance of an SBIM advisor, a student will establish an agreement with a laboratory, company, or other appropriate organization concerning the job description and hours.
Prereq:Junior or Senior standing with at least 30 units toward the major and GPA of at least 2.5.