Stallman University is an Accredited Online University offering Associate, Bachelor’s, and Master’s Degrees.

The mission of Stallman University is to provide high-quality, accessible, affordable, and innovative, educational programs that meet the diverse needs of individuals pursuing advancement in their lives, professions, and communities.Stallman University is where higher education meets technology.Stallman students can earn their degree online while accessing information and interacting with fellow students from anywhere they can take their smartphone, tablet, or laptop.

Explore Our Associa€te Degrees

Stallman University offers online associate degree programs in unique, exciting, and relevant educational fields. Find the online AA degree program that best suits your interests and goals. Search through the catalog below to find a program that will be relevant to your goals and interests, or explore even more college degrees at the bachelor's or master's levels.

Online Learning Experience Associate Degree Programs

Have you been sidelining your education?Stallman University’s online associate degree programs can get you back in the academic game. You can have a flexible schedule, choose from different online AA degree programs, and more. If you enroll in one of Stallman University’s associate degree programs you can benefit from convenient scheduling and effective learning opportunities in online coursework.

Stallman University also provides you access to a suite of digital tools for accelerating learning and helping you stay engaged in your studies. Pursue your college education at Stallman  University


Choosing Your School & Degree

 How do you decide which online degree is best for you? There are various considerations to be made when choosing an educational program. Does the school have the majors and programs that you enjoy, and learning solutions that will benefit you?

The differences in associate degree programs are subtle, but worth investigating. Make sure you take the time to read and understand the details of the degrees that interest you.Stallman offers two online AA degree programs with their own unique characteristics. The syllabus isn’t the only thing to think about. Your preferred style of learning, and how well that matches up with the technology you’ll be using, should also be considered when researching the program that will be best for you.

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Online Bachelor’s Degrees

An online bachelor’s degree from Stallman University can be a great catalyst to a new career and a new life. An increasing number of job opportunities require at least some college experience. You may open up a new world of employment opportunities by pursuing your bachelor’s degree online. Choose from over 50Stallman’s online bachelor’s programs. The Forbes School of Business & Technology™ alone has 20 major options to accommodate a variety of career paths. If there is a job you’ve been dreaming about, earning a BA degree online from Stallman can make that dream a reality.


The success and efficiency of any business requires the dedication to detail that an accountant provides. Help determine and sustain your organization’s health with your Bachelor of Arts in Accounting degree from Stallman University. With your online accounting degree, you will better understand the business environment through the study of ledgers, accruals, financial statements, budgets, and reporting. Demonstrate proficiency in fundamental accounting principles and procedures, employing technology in accounting, analyzing solutions to complex accounting problems, and utilizing accounting information in making business decisions. This accounting degree is IACBE accredited and includes accounting knowledge and procedures. Scholarships are also available


What you will learn

The bachelor’s in accounting was created to offer you a broad understanding of the accounting discipline. When pursuing your accounting degree online, you will start off with the basics, learning the debits and credits. Afterwards, you will be introduced to more intermediate topics. You will develop analytical, technical, and other practical accounting skills that will be necessary when pursuing a career in accounting. The curriculum covers the principles of budgeting, costing, reporting, and accounts analysis. Upon completion of your online accounting degree, you will be able to:

  • Demonstrate fundamental accounting principles and procedures
  • Employ technology tools related to the area of accounting
  • Analyze alternatives to complex accounting problems
  • Integrate accounting and finance information in business decision making
  • Analyze the legal, regulatory, and ethical issues in the practice of accounting

Conducting student conferences and conferences with the presence of prominent American, German and British scholars in civil engineering, management, accounting, construction, industry, day-to-day courses, training of quality management system for organizations and industrial units, and examining the level of increase Academic students through online tutorials and online classes for online tutoring where professors hold bug fix sessions at the request of students.

Your Courses in Accounting

Build a solid foundation of accounting concepts, skills, and practical application with the major courses required for the Bachelor’s degree in Accounting. You will gain knowledge of internal and external business environments through studies in business administration, economics, quantitative methods, and more. You can also add a specialization to your accounting degree to provide further focus to your studies.

Introductory Courses

To help students acclimate to the online classroom, you may be required to complete Introductory Course requirements. Learn more about Introductory Courses.

Major Course Requirements (42 credits, all courses are 3 cry


Accounting Courses at Stallman University

In today’s workplace, the practice of accounting goes beyond number crunching. These online accounting classes are central to Stallman University’s Bachelor of Arts in Accounting and the Master of Accountancy. Accounting courses also appear in a number of other business degree programs. Several of the 600-level courses comprise the specializations for the Master’s degree: Accounting and Audit. As you read each class description, you will see how it factors into your degree and career aspirations.


ACC 310 Cost Accounting I

3 Credits

Covers traditional “cost” concepts: factory overhead, cost accumulation, job order cost system, process cost system, joint product and byproduct costing, standard costs and variances. Prerequisite: ACC 206.


ACC 380 Accounting for Not-for-Profit Organizations

3 Credits

Examines the differences in accounting between not-for-profit and for-profit organizations. Accounting for funds including general funds, special revenue funds, capital projects funds, debts service funds, special assessment funds, internal service funds, enterprise funds, fiduciary funds, the general fixed asset group of accounts, and the general long-term debt group of accounts. Prerequisite: ACC 206.



ACC 401 Federal Income Taxes I

3 Credits

A study of federal income tax laws and their application to individuals, partnerships, and corporations. Prerequisite: ACC 205.


ACC 407 Advanced Accounting

3 Credits

Primarily a course dealing with combined business entities. Topics include mergers, acquisitions and combinations, consolidated financial statements, intercompany profit, changes in equity, international operations, and partnerships. Prerequisite: ACC 306 and ACC 310.


ACC 410 Auditing

3 Credits

Principles, procedures, and standards of public accounting. Emphasis on auditor’s working papers and submission of audit statements. Prerequisites: ACC 306 and ACC 310 and successful completion of the General Education Capstone course.


ACC 610 Advanced Federal Taxation

3 Credits

This course is an introduction to federal taxation for entities other than individuals. Topics include structure, regulations, administration and compliance of federal taxation in the US from the perspective of corporations, partnerships, S corporations, trusts and estates.

ACC 611 Advanced Tax Research

3 Credits

This course is designed with an emphasis on developing research skills related to complex tax issues. The focus is on interpretation of tax law and finding support for various positions on difficult tax issues related to a variety of business, personal and estate tax issues.

ACC 612 Advanced Financial Accounting

3 Credits

This course expands on the basic financial reporting concept with a focus on business combination reporting for corporations and partnerships, foreign currency transaction reporting and financial statement translation, and financial statement note disclosure.

ACC 614 Auditing & Fraud Detection

3 Credits

This course will cover the components of the auditing process with a strong emphasis on planning, risk assessment and gathering audit evidence. The course will provide a foundation in the fundamentals of assurance, attestation and auditing.

ACC 615 Current Issues in Advanced Taxation

3 Credits

This course is designed to focus on selected taxation issues relevant to today’s economic climate. Topics will vary based on changing tax law and current political climate with an emphasis on interpretation of new tax regulations and pronouncements.

ACC 616 Forensic Accounting

3 Credits

This course will cover the basic concepts of forensic accounting including identifying, detecting, and preventing fraud. There will be an emphasis on investigating documentary evidence, interviewing witnesses and potential suspects, writing investigative reports and testifying to findings

ACC 617 Current Issues in Advanced Auditing

3 Credits

This course will examine current and advanced issues affecting the auditing profession. Topics will include the study of audit risk, corporate governance, audit planning and execution, special reports and assurance engagements.

ACC 618 Professional Ethics for the Accountant

3 Credits

This course will provide an understanding of the ethics and code of professional conduct provided by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). In addition, ethic guidelines and codes of conduct endorsed by other professional accounting organizations such as the Institute of Managerial Accountants will be introduced.

ACC 622 Accounting Information Systems

3 Credits

This course will include a review of accounting information systems application controls and internal control. Topics include hardware and software concepts, application internal controls, internal control procedures, integrated audit software, generalized general ledger software, Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) internal control requirements and required company and audit documentation.

ACC 623 Advanced Topics in Excel & Access

3 Credits

This course utilizes the Microsoft Access database management system and Excel spreadsheet tools to build the accounting system elements for each of the four main transaction cycles: revenue, purchase, payroll, and production. Access topics include creating and maintaining tables; designing, maintaining and querying a database; creating forms and reports; and using VBA procedures on a database. Excel topics include

ACC 624 Current Issues in Accounting Information Systems

3 Credits

This advanced course provides an in-depth study of Accounting Information System concepts including business intelligence solutions, computerized accounting, enterprise resource planning, information technology strategy, data integrity, security techniques, user interface design, and internal controls. Emphasis is placed on understanding how accounting information systems can ensure the accuracy and reliability of financial information and aid in the decision-making process of an organization.

ACC 626 Accounting in a Global Environment

3 Credits

This course will include the study of an entity reported as either a multinational company or an entity whose reporting obligations to stakeholders are located in a country other than that of the reporting entity. Conceptual and practical applications of accounting are investigated from a global perspective. Special emphasis is placed on managing multinational enterprises with respect to how accounting applies to global strategies and the key accounting issues that influence multinational decision making. In addition, a detailed investigation on the convergence of U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) are covered in this course. Also discussed are the effects of financial reporting, international taxation, and international financial statement analysis on a multinational reporting entity.

ACC 630 Advanced Government and Non-Profit Accounting

3 Credits

This course introduces specialized accounting principles applicable to state and local governments and other non-profit organizations. Emphasis will be on fund accounting and students will gain an understanding of the differences between private and public sector accounting.

ACC 640 Advanced Managerial & Cost Accounting

3 Credits

This course explores advanced managerial and cost accounting topics as they relate to problem solving skills for managers. Topics include activity based costing, activity based management, cost of quality, theory of constraints related to capacity planning and new emerging practices that support management decision making.

ACC 695 Accounting Capstone

3 Credits

This course is designed to bring together knowledge gained from the previous program courses and allow the student to demonstrate how the various components of an accounting system work together. Broadly the course encompasses complex accounting concepts, financial statement reporting, taxes, risks, information systems, auditing, business law, and ethics.

ACC 696 Tax Capstone

3 Credits

This Capstone course will integrate the knowledge learned from prior courses using comprehensive business/individual taxation problems. The course will examine principles and policies that underlie the tax systems and rules. Students will research complicated tax issues involving a variety of tax topics, including businesses, financial tax planning, estates and wills. The culmination of the course involves a complex comprehensive tax research case.

ACC 697 Audit Capstone

3 Credits

This course is designed to bring together knowledge gained from the previous program courses. Broadly the course emphasizes complex auditing concepts and will also encompass accounting concepts, financial statement reporting, taxes, risks, information systems, business law, and ethics.

ACC 698 Accounting Information Systems Capstone

3 Credits

This course requires students to use all of the skills and knowledge gained during completion of the program by applying them to contemporary information systems issues and problems facing the profession. Students will be required to apply accounting information systems to complex areas of accounting and taxation. The course emphasizes both the practical and ethical issues of the practice of accounting.

Accounting Class Descriptions and Credit Information

ACC 201 Principles of Financial Accounting

3 Credits

This course is an introduction to financial accounting for non-accounting business majors. Emphasis is on accrual accounting procedures and the development and use of financial statements.

ACC 202 Principles of Managerial Accounting

3 Credits

This course is an introduction to managerial and cost accounting concepts for the non-accounting business major. Emphasis is placed on managerial planning and control, cost behaviors, budgeting, and performance analysis.

ACC 205 Principles of Accounting I

3 Credits

Introduction to the principles and procedures of general financial accounting with an emphasis on reporting to individuals outside the organization. Development of accounting reports on an accrual basis. Students who successfully complete ACC 205 may waive ACC 201, in approved circumstances.

ACC 206 Principles of Accounting II

3 Credits

Primarily covers the principles of managerial accounting. Emphasis on reporting to individuals inside the organization. Major concepts include job order costing, process costing, budgets and standards, and statement analysis. Prerequisite: ACC 205. Students who successfully complete ACC 206 may waive ACC 202, in approved circumstances.

ACC 208 Accounting for Managers

3 Credits

This course is designed to explain how data can be interpreted and used by managers in making decisions. Additionally, this course introduces the student to the analysis and interpretation of financial reports.

ACC 281 Accounting Concepts for Health Care Professionals

3 Credits

This course is designed as an applied managerial and financial accounting course, designed to provide health care decision-makers with fundamental concepts of health care accounting practices and procedures. Prerequisites: Successful completion of Quantitative Reasoning core competency and Digital Literacy competency (Cross listed as HCA 281.

ACC 305 Intermediate Accounting I

3 Credits

Covers the corporate balance sheet and its related problems. Balance sheet items examined in detail explaining the theory behind various methods of application to accounts: cash, temporary investments, receivables, inventories, plant and intangible assets, and long-term investments. Prerequisite: ACC 206.

ACC 306 Intermediate Accounting II

3 Credits

A continuation of ACC 305. Covers the rest of the balance sheet: current liabilities, long-term liabilities, leases, pensions, and contributed capital retained earnings. Other topics include non-operating income, earnings per share, statement of changes in financial position, and impact of changing prices. Prerequisite: ACC 305.

Business Courses at Stallman University

The starting point for business students hoping to advance in competitive and constantly evolving industries. These undergraduate and graduate courses are the foundation of several of Stallman University’s business degree programs, including: Bachelor of Arts in Consumer and Family Financial Services, Bachelor of Arts in Entrepreneurship, and Master of Business Administration (MBA). These classes cover a variety of topics that can be applied to nearly every career field.

Business Class Descriptions and Credit Information

BUS 114 Principles of Supervision

3 Credits

This course studies the principles and activities of supervising and motivating personnel in a variety of organizational contexts. Emphasis will be placed on the human interaction in supervision.

BUS 117 Introduction to Organizational Dynamics

3 Credits

This course is a study of group behavior and how group functioning affects organizational effectiveness. Emphasis is placed on decision-making and resolving conflict in groups. Adult learners develop strategies for efficient and productive group management and determine which tasks are handled by groups or individuals.


BUS 119 Principles of Personal & Organizational Leadership

3 Credits

This is a leadership skills development course. This course provides an overview and introduction to leadership principles and leadership applications in various organizational settings. It examines the concept of leadership, leadership styles, traits, and types, and the evolution of leadership behaviors observed during recent generations.

BUS 201 Principles of Management

3 Credits

This course is an introduction to the nature and problems of management and organizations, leadership and control. The relationships between the needs of the individual, the organization and society are examined.

BUS 215 Personal Financial Management

3 Credits

This course provides an introduction to the field of personal financial management and planning, focusing on the tools individuals and families employ to manage their financial affairs

BUS 226 Introduction to Personnel Administration

3 Credits

This course examines relationships and issues in personnel administration within a broad range of
organizations. Students study personnel management, organizational development, recruitment and selection, performance management systems, discipline, and collective bargaining.

BUS 235 Introduction to Marketing

3 Credits

This course is an introduction to marketing principles, concepts and theories that define the marketing discipline. Basic marketing strategies relating to product, price, promotion and distribution, cultural trends, societal behavior, technology, and legal environments that influence effective marketing decisions are examined.

BUS 250 Corporate & Social Responsibility

3 Credits

This course explores philosophic perspectives for understanding the meaning of corporate responsibility in society, and considers the leadership roles of managers in implementing corporate and social responsibilities. Topics include uses of power, government regulations, environmental issues, employee rights and responsibilities, consumer protection, and ethical integrity.

BUS 303 Human Resource Management

3 Credits

An introduction to the field of human resource management. Topics to be discussed include
communication, motivation, and management of personnel. The course will include a review of current standards and practices as well as the legal environment as it pertains to the human resource field.

BUS 307 Operations Management & Quantitative Techniques

3 Credits

A survey of relevant quantitative techniques commonly used in accounting, business, and information systems. Topics will vary but, typically, elementary probability theory and applications, decision theory, and linear programming are included. Prerequisite: Fulfillment of Quantitative Reasoning Core Competency.

BUS 308 Statistics for Managers

3 Credits

This course examines the application of statistical analysis, hypothesis testing, and regression analysis in business decision making. Additionally, the course focuses on the utilization of statistical methods as applied to business problems and operations. Prerequisite: Fulfillment of Quantitative Reasoning Core Competency.

BUS 311 Business Law I

3 Credits

Introduction to the legal environment of business in the United States. Examination of the Constitution, administrative law, contracts, agency, and the protection of competition, consumers, employees, investors, the environment, and international trade.

BUS 317 Introduction to Advertising

3 Credits

This course is designed to introduce students to the field of advertising as a promotional force with emphasis on institutions, planning, strategic practices, and tactical decisions made by advertising executives. It will also explore the various career opportunities including account executive, media buying, copywriting, production, and research.

BUS 318 Organizational Behavior

3 Credits

This course is designed to develop the student’s skills in the understanding of factors that affect how individuals and groups act and interact with one another and with management. It also looks at how organizations manage their internal environment with the aim of improving productivity, efficiency, and communications among members. Prerequisite: BUS 201 or MGT 330.

BUS 319 The Social Responsibility of Organization

3 Credits

The course is designed to provide students with insights into the complex environment that organizations of any size operate. Organizational leaders’ and organizational members’ responsibility to use ethical thinking to balance stakeholder interests with organizational duty are examined. Modern managers and leaders face increasing demands in local, regional, national and global environments with competing value expectations. The values and beliefs of organizational members fundamentally impact the success of the organization. In this course, students will gain appreciation for and understanding of social responsibility of the organization under such conditions. Prerequisites: ENG 121 and ENG 122.

BUS 323 Risk Management & Insurance

3 Credits

In this course, students study identification and quantification of risk, the span of methods of handling risk, and common contracts for managing risk. Common commercial/industrial situations and personal risk management situations are addressed.

BUS 330 Principles of Marketing

3 Credits

The methods used by producers of goods and services to determine and satisfy the wants of society. An examination of external and internal environments that impact marketing decisions, the basic elements of a marketing program, and issues in ethics and social responsibility.

BUS 336 Marketing Strategy

3 Credits

The objective of this course is to advance the students ability to develop, implement, and critically evaluate the marketing strategy for a product or service. It will provide the conceptual frameworks and hone the analytical and creative skills that are necessary to define and develop superior value, persuasively communicate that value, profitably deliver it to a carefully selected target market, and sustain both the value and the profitability in the face of ever-changing customer needs and competitive offerings.

BUS 337 Principles of Retail Management

3 Credits

Principles and practices used in management of retail businesses. The course covers topics such as site selection, layout, organization, staffing, positioning, customer service, promotional techniques, and all aspects of the critical buying function.

BUS 339 Marketing Research

3 Credits

Study and analysis of the marketing information system. Includes the organizational characteristics of marketing research, basic tools and procedures, and management science applications.

BUS 340 Business Communications

3 Credits

Every aspect of contemporary business communications — from determining what information to communicate to processing information and sharing it — depends on technology. Students will learn to compose, format, and manage business letters, memos, reports, email, and resumes. Students will use software to access information and to evaluate the quality of the information they receive. Students will create electronic presentations to communicate information.

BUS 342 Financial Planning & Practice

3 Credits

This course is a study of the various aspects of family financial planning from the perspective of the
financial planning professional. It introduces the legal and regulatory issues affecting financial planners, defines the client-planner relationship, and prepares the planner to conduct family financial analysis. Emphasis is on providing the student with the knowledge and tools necessary to help families make informed financial decisions.

BUS 343 International Marketing

3 Credits

Examination of cultural, economic, and political factors that affect marketing of goods and services worldwide. Emphasis is on adapting the marketing strategies of domestic marketers to international operations and the institutional structure that exists in international markets. Marketing strategies of firms operation within these markets are also examined.

BUS 350 Consumer Behavior

3 Credits

This course illustrates the psychological, socio-cultural, and decision-making aspects of consumer
behavior. Students study behavioral concepts, motivation, and the role of consumer behavior in our society.

BUS 351 Integrated Marketing Communications

3 Credits

This course is designed to reinforce the concept of integrated marketing communications (IMC). It aims to increase students' understanding of the planning, implementation, and evaluation process of an IMC campaign. Particular emphasis is on the integration of key elements of the marketing communication mix (e.g., advertising, promotion, direct marketing, interactive marketing, PR and publicity, etc.). Students will also learn how different types of media are employed in IMC.

BUS 352 e-Business

3 Credits

An introduction to the fundamental concepts used in e-business and e-commerce. This course identifies and describes the wide range of applications in business. It explains what the Internet is and how it can be used for business applications in a competitive environment. Through Internet labs, this course will compare various Web strategies of current businesses. Students need to be proficient in using the Internet to find information.

BUS 357 International Business

3 Credits

Students examine functional areas of business from an international perspective. The importance of differing cultural and political assumptions in business is also addressed.


BUS 362 Introduction to Entrepreneurship

3 Credits

This course introduces students to the opportunities and challenges associated with the creation and management of entrepreneurial organizations. The course focuses on the issues associated with starting and managing a new venture including recognizing opportunity, basic business planning, essential human resources management, introductory marketing, legal issues, location selection, funding, buying a business as well as discussing various exit strategies.

BUS 365 Creativity & Innovation

3 Credits

This course focuses on creativity and innovation as a process in organizations. The course also examines how individuals can be innovative in organizations and the challenge of building innovative organizations. Prerequisite: BUS 362.

BUS 368 Venture Capital & Banking

3 Credits

This course examines financing the start-up of a new venture, from bootstrapping with personal resources or bank debt to equity investment by angel investors or venture capitalists. The course also covers the four main aspects of venture capital: valuation, deal structuring, governance, and harvesting. Prerequisite: BUS 362.

BUS 370 Organizational Development

3 Credits

The course overviews how, why, and when to integrate the behavioral sciences with human resources management principles to increase individual and organizational effectiveness. Students will also be introduced to many types of interpersonal, intra-group, inter-group, and organizational interventions that are used to effect comprehensive and lasting changes. Prerequisite: BUS 201, MGT 330 or HCA 459.

BUS 372 Employee & Labor Relations

3 Credits

The course provides students with both the common and complex issues related to human behavior in the workplace as it relates to employee relations, and an examination of relationships among unions, workers, management, laws and government regulation. Prerequisite: BUS 303.


BUS 375 Employee Training

3 Credits

This course provides essential managerial-level comprehension of training theory and its practical applications in the business and management environment. Students learn the functions and duties of training: trainer/developer, the identification and assessment of training needs, program design and development, selection of delivery methods and means of instruction, the implementation of training programs, and evaluation. Prerequisite: BUS 303.

BUS 378 International Business Law

3 Credits

This courses focuses on the legal environment associated with international commercial transactions, including an analysis of major Western and non-Western legal traditions and the supranational law of the European Community, a detailed analysis of the negotiation, formation, enforcement, and financing of international sales contracts, an analysis of international trade regulation, analysis of methods of regulating global competition, and of the protection of business property rights in international transactions.

BUS 401 Principles of Finance

3 Credits

Basic corporate finance is presented with the emphasis on risk and return, bond and equity markets, valuation of bonds and equities, present value analysis, internal rate of return analysis, and project analysis using the weighted average cost of capital. Prerequisites: ACC 205 or ACC 208 or ACC 281 and fulfillment of the Quantitative Reasoning Core Competency. (Equivalent to BUS 320.)

BUS 402 Strategic Management & Business Policy

3 Credits

A case-based course that discusses the set of managerial decisions and actions that determines the long-run performance of a company. The course includes environmental scanning, strategy formulation, strategy implementation, and evaluation and control. Prerequisites: BUS 201 or MGT 330, ACC 205, and ECO 203 or ECO 204 and successful completion of the General Education Capstone course.

BUS 405 Principles of Investments

3 Credits

The study and analysis of securities and other forms of investments. Emphasis is on investment
principles from the manager’s point of view. Prerequisite: BUS 401.

BUS 410 Digital Marketing Essentials

3 Credits

This course is designed to provide the theoretical understanding of the internet marketplace necessary to adapt to its many changes, while also equipping the students with the skills they will need to perform vital functions of internet marketing.

BUS 421 PR/Marketing Capstone

3 Credits

This course is designed to bring together the knowledge gained through the entire program and permits the student to demonstrate mastery in the various course competencies. Students are expected to apply and integrate a variety of skills, tools, and knowledge to assess real-world problems offering realistic solutions. Students will analyze, design, implement, and document an appropriate solution for a capstone project. The project should exemplify the student’s ability to apply program outcomes. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the General Education Capstone course.

BUS 427 Sustainable Business Practices

3 Credits

Using readings and cases, students examine business strategies in response to and anticipation of opportunities resulting from shifting economic, political, and environmental conditions including social change, market failures, or interruption of business operations. Compliance and risk management strategies will be emphasized while emphasis focuses on business innovation and business sustainability.

BUS 437 Business Plan Development

3 Credits

This course gives students the opportunity to study the elements of a successful business plan and to put that knowledge to work in creating a comprehensive business plan for a new venture. Prerequisites: BUS 362 and successful completion of the General Education Capstone course.


BUS 439 International Human Resources Management

3 Credits

In this course, students will examine human resources practices in an international business environment. The course also addresses HR strategies and practices to increase organizational effectiveness and efficiency as well as international compliance problems faced by HR professionals.

BUS 441 Retail Pricing Management

3 Credits

The purpose of this course is to provide an in-depth understanding of the issues and considerations in the pricing of retail products, illustrate the role of pricing and product management in achieving strategic retail business goals, and demonstrate the link between pricing and product management within the context of the marketing mix within the marketing management process. Prerequisites: ECO 204 and SRV 340.

BUS 442 Retail Merchandising

3 Credits

This course addresses the central issues of retailing business while emphasizing issues related to channel options available to the final consumer. The course features concepts applied to both store based (e.g., specialty store, department store, multi-unit retail) and non-store based (e.g., Internet and catalog) retailing channels.

BUS 445 Total Quality Management

3 Credits

This course presents quality procedures and concepts for enhancing goods, services and the entire business environment. Students learn various methods of process control and acceptance sampling, including using control charts and sampling plans. Quality planning, assurance and control are covered as parts of a total quality system. Probability and statistical concepts are further explored as related to process control.

BUS 446 Production Operations Control

3 Credits

Students analyze production control requirements as applied to both “push” and “pull” production environments. Students further learn to capture data and prepare for product changes in a variety of manufacturing environments.

BUS 450 International Finance

3 Credits

An examination of the international aspects of corporate finance and investing, the course covers balance of payments, foreign exchange with emphasis on exchange rate determination, exchange risk, hedging, and interest arbitrage, international money and capital markets, international financing, and international banking.

BUS 455 Internet & Social Media Marketing

3 Credits

This course is an introduction to the use of the Internet and social media applications as part of an integrated marketing strategy. Students will be exposed to a variety of alternative media as well as other online marketing tools and strategies. The course will also evaluate how these tools fit into the marketing theoretical framework. Prerequisite: BUS 330.

BUS 458 Consumer & Family Finance Capstone

3 Credits

This course provides a link between the traditional advisement services (finance, investment, tax, insurance, retirement planning, trust planning) and the client’s life plan to manage financial affairs. As a final exercise, students complete a model financial plan for a mock client. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the General Education Capstone course.

BUS 461 Decision Modeling & Analysis

3 Credits

An introduction to the application of management science techniques and statistical tools to business decisions. Students will learn the assumptions and techniques necessary to apply and to implement solutions from optimization and other decision science models. The focus of the course will be on problem solving, which includes problem definition, problem analysis, evaluation and choice of alternatives, and implementation and evaluation of the decision. Prerequisites: MGT 330 or BUS 308.

BUS 495 Marketing Capstone Course

3 Credits

This course is designed to bring together marketing knowledge gained throughout the entire program. Students will demonstrate a mastery of marketing components by designing and developing a marketing plan for a product or service. The student will be attentive to domestic and global markets in a sustainable and responsible manner. Prerequisite: Program course sequence and successful completion of the General Education Capstone course.

BUS 497 e-Marketing Capstone

3 Credits

This course discusses the elements of a marketing plan as they are applied in an internet marketing situation. Students will create an e-marketing plan, beginning with an environmental scan and progressing through product strategy, channel strategy, and marketing communication. Prerequisite: Successful completion of the General Education Capstone course.

BUS 590 General Cost Accounting

3 Credits

This course covers principles of planning, measuring, recording, and controlling costs in different types of organizations. Key concepts will include cost records, cost behavior and allocation, inventory valuation, product costing, standard costs, responsibility accounting, and cost planning and control. Emphasis is placed on costing analysis, evaluation, and reporting in order to assist management with the decision-making process.

BUS 591 Financial Accounting & Analysis

3 Credits

This course is a study of how the firm’s management captures and uses financial information for reporting and analysis to both internal and external stakeholders. Various course topics include the accounting cycle, sources of the information contained in financial statements, time value of money, ratio analysis, the preparation and analysis of income statements, balance sheets, and statements of cash flows.

BUS 599 Introduction to Quantitative Principles

3 Credits

This course is an overview of the fundamentals of accounting, finance, and economics. Students will investigate the fundamental principles of accounting through the preparation of financial statements. The basics of managerial finance including the use of net present valuation models fundamental financial ratio analysis will be examined. Students will also explore modern economic philosophy including an understanding of basic supply and demand, and micro- and macroeconomics systems.

BUS 600 Management Communications with Technology Tools

3 Credits

This course is designed to introduce the student to the Stallman  University Graduate Business programs, with emphases upon conceptualizing communication and communication processes in the contexts of organizations and leadership. Emphasis will be on technology, theories and models, qualitative communication research methodologies, and research writing.

BUS 604 New Business Venture Management

3 Credits

This course focuses on the important aspects of starting a new business enterprise with emphasis on the challenges faced by the entrepreneur in initiating a business venture and directing its early development. The course also addresses the process of forming business ventures, the identification and evaluation of new venture opportunities, and the development of appropriate entry strategies.

BUS 605 Venture Capital & Private Equity

3 Credits

This course will examine the role of finance and the formation of financial strategies needed to support each phase of the business start-up. Sources of equity and debt capital along with entry strategies such as franchising and acquisition are examined. Alternative working capital, capital structure, and investment strategies unique to the start-up are presented.

BUS 606 Global Comparative Management

3 Credits

This course reviews management systems within their political, social, and economic environments with a global perspective. This course also emphasizes the managerial processes in a global business environment and provides a strategic assessment of the fundamental issues involved in the management of multinational corporations. Topics include comparative studies of practices of management in foreign nations and examination of the influences of culture on business operations.

BUS 607 Business Law for the Accountant

3 Credits

This course involves in-depth study of specific laws and practices as related to contracts, the Uniform Commercial Code, commercial paper, secured transactions, real and personal property, estates, and bankruptcy.

BUS 610 Organizational Behavior

3 Credits

This course investigates behavioral factors that affect modern organizations and their management. Topics include group and team dynamics, organizational structure, motivation, leadership, power, and change management.

BUS 611 Project Planning & Management

3 Credits

This course introduces students to the art and science of project management as applied to different types of project situations. Topics such as project life-cycle management, project organizations and leadership, project team building, RFPs, proposals and contracts, techniques for project scope definition, work definition, estimating, scheduling, risk management, control and closeout, the project management methodology, and PM software are covered.

BUS 612 Advanced Project Procurement

3 Credits

This course emphasizes a hands-on approach to using project management knowledge areas to facilitate scheduling, estimating, tracking and controlling the schedule and costs of the project. A project baseline will be set so that actual schedule and cost variances can be compared to the project baseline and corrective actions can be developed to address the variances. In this course students will learn about the legal, ethical, and fiscal considerations in procurement and contracts. Students will examine ways of identifying, evaluating and mitigating risk in scheduling, cost control, contracting and procurement.

BUS 616 International Business

3 Credits

This course studies the major functional business areas in a global context. Taking into consideration socio-political structural differences, the multinational corporation is investigated with applications in management, finance, marketing and operations

BUS 620 Managerial Marketing

3 Credits

This course examines the marketing function, focusing on the managerial application of marketing tools and methodology. Emphasis is placed on marketing decisions associated with allocating organizational resources including: product development and design, pricing, promotional strategies, and distribution-based activities. Course coverage includes the marketing concept, buyer psychology, strategic planning and implementation of marketing plans.

BUS 630 Managerial Accounting

3 Credits

This course studies the role and major functions of the managerial accountant within the organization. Students of managerial accounting should not only be able to produce accounting information but also understand how managers are likely to use and react to that information. The goal of this course is to acquaint students of business with the fundamental tools of management accounting and to promote their understanding of the dramatic ways in which the field is changing. The emphasis through the text and course is on using account information to help manage an organization. Some topics covered in this course include: cost management, various budgeting theories and techniques, and decision-making processes. Prerequisite: BUS 591 or equivalent.

BUS 631 Integrated Supply Chain Management

3 Credits

Study and analysis of supply chain management for products/services and the dynamic interaction of companies within an integrated supply chain. Topics include factors guiding companies’ supply chain development and management; Technology as a supply chain tool; Positioning of a company in terms of its role as a valuable member of the supply chain; and, performance measures used across the supply chain.

US 632 Advanced Logistics

3 Credits

This course provides an overview of current logistics and distribution practices intended to advance current knowledge. Students should gain an understanding of the significant components of logistics management and the dynamics of what is considered best practice. Focuses on the complexities associated with the integrated flow of raw materials, in-process goods, finished goods, and information from point-of-origin through the production process to the end consumer.

BUS 635 Media Markets & Systems

3 Credits

The course examines the various segments of the market that utilize media resources for organizational growth and communication. Examination of the components of media, stakeholders, markets available and cultures impacted by media will include assessment of technological and economic drivers that establish a congruent approach to the marketplace

BUS 636 Media Management & Innovation

3 Credits

Utilizing the key principles of organizational management, this course will focus on the media approach in an organization and providing systematic guidelines for oversight of the institutional media team. Creating a culture of innovation in the media team will be a strategic element in the course content.

BUS 640 Managerial Economics

3 Credits

This course is designed to provide a solid foundation of economic understanding for use in managerial decision-making. The course offers an intuitive non-calculus based treatment of economic theory and analysis. A variety of examples is used to illustrate the application of managerial economics to diverse practical situations. The role that economic analysis plays in that process is emphasized throughout this course. Prerequisite: MAT 540 or equivalent

BUS 642 Business Research Methods & Tools

3 Credits

This course examines the use of quantitative techniques business decision-making. Using spreadsheet software, the course addresses managerial problem solving through the use descriptive statistics, hypothesis testing, and correlation and regression (single and multiple) analysis. This course also provides a graduate foundation for conducting business research. Topic coverage includes: research methodology, literature review, hypothesis generation, data collection and summary techniques. Additional coverage includes study of qualitative and quantitative data as well as reviewing conceptual versus empirical research studies. Prerequisite: MAT 540 or equivalent

BUS 644 Operations Management

3 Credits

This course focuses on the principles associated with the effective design, implementation and management of organizational processes and systems. With an emphasis on efficiency, course coverage includes: systems design for products and services, inventory management systems, distribution and supply chain management.

BUS 650 Managerial Finance

3 Credits

This course studies the role and major functions of corporate finance within the organization. Upon developing an understanding of the theoretical foundation of corporate finance, students will use financial tools in an applied case and problem format. Topics covered include: net present value analysis (time value of money), risk assessment, security valuation, decisions on capital structure and allocation, and the weighted average cost of capital. Prerequisite: BUS 591 or equivalent.

BUS 655 Financial Investment Management

3 Credits

The central focus of this course is to develop an understanding of how security markets function, factors that influence security valuation, differentiating between various investment types and understanding investment risk and return principles. This course covers security markets operations, investment information, portfolio asset allocation; financial environment analysis; and evaluation of equity and fixed income securities.

BUS 657 Corporate Managerial Finance

3 Credits

This course introduces the financial theory and practices firm managers use to attain their goal of maximizing corporate shareholder wealth. Topics covered are: analysis techniques of financial statement and cash flows; working capital management and financial forecasting; valuation methods for debt and equity capital; risk and rate of return theory; cost of capital, capital project budgeting decisions and cash flow estimation; optimal capital structure and dividend policy.

BUS 660 Contemporary Issues in Organizational Leadership

3 Credits

This course provides an in-depth examination of the multi-faceted concept of leadership studies by presenting the student with the vocabulary, concepts, theories, and applicable research that are fundamental to the understanding of leadership. The course examines contemporary and historical leadership issues, moral and ethical responsibilities of leadership, and leadership in a variety of contexts. Leadership as a social and political influence process is examined.

BUS 661 Leading Organizational Change

3 Credits

This course blends theories of leadership with concepts and models of organizational change. The change process consists of a series of steps that focuses on vision, implementation, change agents, and other internal and external components. The course provides insight into types of changes that impact organizations and possible strategies to effectively address those changes.

BUS 665 Environmental Law & Compliance

3 Credits

This course begins with an analysis of The Solid Waste Disposal Act/Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA). Further, it will familiarize students with an environmental manager’s duties in permitting, reporting, record keeping and sampling. It emphasizes a systematic approach to identifying obligations with respect to regulated media and developing appropriate responses. Obligations under United States environmental laws, their relationship to state and

BUS 667 Energy, Environment & Economics

3 Credits

This course deals with the linkage of energy, environmental and economic issues. The impact of energy supply and end-use on human well-being and the ecosystem is covered. It also includes a comprehensive approach to the resolution of resource, technical, economic, strategic, environmental, socio- and geopolitical problems of the energy industries. In addition, pathways to a sustainable global energy system are presented.

BUS 668 Macroeconomics of Financial Markets

3 Credits

This course examines the monetary aspects of production, spending, borrowing, and lending decisions, organization, performance and scope of services provided by financial markets and institutions, and the powers of the Federal Reserve System to use monetary policy and limits to credit expansion. The regulatory and globalization aspects and relevance of market behavior to the financial system are also examined.

BUS 669 Managerial Economic Analysis

3 Credits

Managerial economics introduces the basic principles of economic analysis as applied to managerial decisions to determine how an organization can achieve its aims most efficiently. This course applies statistical and quantitative tools and the methodological approaches commonly used by economists to business problems as demand estimation, product pricing, profit maximizing level of output, cost minimizing level of input use, and forecasting.

BUS 670 Legal Environment

3 Credits

This course involves the study of business law, its foundations, and the role it plays in managing a business, with a particular emphasis on the corporate form. Topics of relevance to be explored include the following core concepts: constitutional law, case law, government regulation, ethics, contracts, anti-trust law, securities regulations, employment law, environmental law, and crimes and torts.

BUS 680 Training & Development

3 Credits

This course provides in-depth knowledge of training and performance development concepts essential for line managers or human resource specialists. Beginning with fundamental principles of performance, the course focus is on identifying critical factors in workplace performance and in determining how to analyze the causes of performance problems. Additionally, this course distinguishes between training and development and addresses their complementary functions in the modern organization.

BUS 681 Compensation & Benefits

3 Credits

This course provides in-depth knowledge into compensation theories, policies, systems, and practices, with particular emphasis toward designing effective compensation programs

BUS 687 MBA Capstone

3 Credits

This course provides a personalized, directed, and experiential learning process that involves practical application of knowledge and skills developed and acquired during the MBA degree program. In this course, students will examine practical application of finance, marketing, human resources management, and information technology. Students are required to conduct research, analysis, and implementation of strategic plans related to business establishment, growth, and longevity. The course provides experience with ethical conduct associated within a socially-responsible business.

BUS 688 Business Strategy: The Sustainable Enterprise

3 Credits

This course integrates environmental management issues with use of strategic planning tools for assessing and responding to the driving forces of the “next” economy: globalization, technology, demographics and the environment. The course examines the challenge of corporations competing in the global economy of the new millennium in such a way that will allow the planet to support them indefinitely. Emphasis is on the company’s ability to build and sustain a competitive advantage utilizing traditional management concepts as well as new sustainability practices.

BUS 689 Market Structure & Firm Strategy

3 Credits

This course focuses on the study of markets, laws, and government regulations used to smooth significant market imperfections, especially the problems caused by market structure and market power. The course further examines how firms formulate business strategies and activities to position themselves for profit advantage. This course is cumulative in nature, integrating knowledge and information attained while completing the entire MBA/Business Economics curriculum. In addition, the course project requires the generation and presentation of an industry economic analysis.

BUS 690 Business Strategy

3 Credits

This course explores the formulation, implementation, and evaluation/control of organizational strategic management. In the context of a globally competitive market, students will explore methods of directing an entire organization through applied case analysis. Topics include analysis of competitive position, value creation, development of system-wide goals and objectives, and creation of a strategic plan. This course is cumulative in nature, integrating knowledge and information attained while completing the entire MBA curriculum. Additionally, the course project requires the generation and presentation of an industry analysis.

 BUS 691 Strategies in Organizational Leadership

3 Credits

This course builds on leadership, business, and management concepts. This strategy course provides the student with the opportunity to synthesize all prior learning in leadership and related coursework and experiences, both personal and professional. The course expands the leader’s thinking and explores the arena of leadership and how it will impact the future of the individual, the organization, and the world in which we live.

BUS 692 Strategies in Human Resource Management

3 Credits

This course examines how to manage human resources effectively in the dynamic legal, social, and economic environment currently impacting organizations. The course examines human resource management in the current business environment and develops alignment with vision, strategy, organizational values, and HR functions. Emphasis is placed on integrating human resource management with the overall business strategy.

BUS 693 Global Business Strategy

3 Credits

This course builds on the leadership, business, and management concepts while integrating a comprehensive look at strategic planning and management in a global environment. The course is designed to employ case analyses, critical assessments, global market evaluations, and a comprehensive strategic planning project to lead the student to fluency in the global strategic planning process.

BUS 694 Finance Seminar

3 Credits

This course will cover advanced financial topics including: International financial management, corporate risk management, merger and acquisitions, portfolio management theory and real options.

BUS 695 Marketing Seminar

3 Credits

This course builds on the leadership, business, and management concepts contained in the MBA program while introducing the principles and tools for managers to apply in the development, implementation, and review of marketing strategy for organizations. Topics include internal and external environmental analysis; value, competition, and strategic choice; strategic positioning; and implementation and control issues. In addition, the project requires the generation and presentation of strategic marketing plan.

BUS 696 Strategic Thinking for Entrepreneurs

3 Credits

This course focuses on application of key strategic and managerial approaches necessary for entrepreneurs to implement the strategy for a start-up or business takeover enterprise. It examines and discusses how entrepreneurial firms develop and implement innovative business plans, create functional operations, and incorporate technology strategies. Emphasis is placed on the vision of the firm, the strategic planning process, and strategic management. The final component is the generation of a business plan.

BUS 697 Project Management Strategy

3 Credits

This course focuses on application of managerial approaches necessary to align significant projects with organizational strategy. It examines and discusses how firms determine business benefits and project feasibility, report progress, and measure project quality while communicating with key organizational stakeholders. Emphasis is placed on Earned Value Management techniques and achieving project progress and technical performance of the project

BUS 698 Supply Chain Strategic Management

3 Credits

This covers addresses the strategic implications of sourcing and supplier relationships in the context of supply chain management. Critical elements including identifying and selecting suppliers, negotiating contract terms and conditions, implementing contracts, and measuring performance in the context of the organization’s strategic plans are covered. Practical examples of sourcing excellence are provided.

BUS 699 Media Strategies & Applications

3 Credits

The course is designed to integrate media management concepts in to a strategic plan. The course is focused on building and implementing the media strategies for an integrated and comprehensive plan that is consistent with an institution’s vision and mission and follows standard strategic planning theory and practice.

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