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Department of Business


About our Department

The mission of the Department of Business is to deliver a quality education and develop individuals who can provide leadership in a changing global environment, within an ethical and socially responsible framework. This is accomplished through a broad education using business theory and practice and based upon a liberal arts foundation.

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Jun 22, 2017

Briar Cliff earns recognition from the Society for Human Resource Management

May 17, 2017

Alumna Cy Wakeman to students: “Wisdom comes from questioning”

Feb 23, 2017

“Swimming with the Sharks” entrepreneurs awarded $4,000 for business ideas

Feb 12, 2017

Business students at Briar Cliff kick off 2017 Entrepalooza

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Courses

BUAD 150 - Entrepreneurship
BUAD 175 - Independent Business Administration Study
BUAD 210 - Business Communications
BUAD 223 - Legal Environment of Business
BUAD 224 - Business Law II
BUAD 225 - Principles of Management
BUAD 275 - Independent Business Administration Study II
BUAD 276 - E-Business
BUAD 301 - Principles of Marketing
BUAD 305 - Consumer Behavior
BUAD 310 - Business Research
BUAD 325 - Human Resource Management
BUAD 330 - Principles of Corporate Finance
BUAD 345 - Advertising
BUAD 350 - Production and Operations Management
BUAD 360 - Marketing Research
BUAD 375 - Independent Business Administration Study III
BUAD 383 - Money and Banking
BUAD 385 - Global Management
BUAD 390 - Business Internship
BUAD 409 - Process Leadership
BUAD 410 - Marketing Management
BUAD 411 - Methods of Improvement
BUAD 414 - Project Management
BUAD 415 - Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
BUAD 429 - Strategic Management
BUAD 475 - Independent Business Administration Study IV
BUAD 482 - Production & Inventory Management
BUAD 490 - Business Internship II
BUAD 500 - Introduction to Graduate Studies
BUAD 535 - Business Analytics
BUAD 615 - Financial Analysis
BUAD 70 IR - Briar Cliff Enactus
ECON 175 - Independent Economics Study
ECON 210 - Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 211 - Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 275 - Independent Economics Study II
ECON 375 - Independent Economic Study III
ECON 475 - Independent Economics Study IV
HRM 175 - Independent HRM Study
HRM 275 - Independent HRM Study II
HRM 335 - Organizational Behavior
HRM 336 - Training and Development
HRM 355 - Employment Law
HRM 375 - Independent HRM Study III
HRM 385 - Global Management
HRM 390 - HRM Internship
HRM 408 - Labor Management Relations
HRM 420 - Compensation
HRM 425 - Strategic Human Resources Management
HRM 475 - Independent HRM Study IV
HRM 490 - HRM Internship II
HRM 510 - Employment Law
HRM 550 - Compensation
HRM 630 - Human Resource Measurement
HRM IS - HRM Independent Study
HRM/MGMT 520 - Recruitment/Retention/Evaluation-Employees
MIS 220 - Microcomputer Applications for Business
MIS 321 - Management Information Systems
MIS 322 - System Analysis and Design
MIS 375 - Independent MIS Study
MIS 390 - MIS Internship
MIS 475 - Independent MIS Study II
MIS 490 - MIS Internship II
MIS IS - Independent MIS Research
MRKT 301 - Principles of Marketing
MRKT 305 - Consumer Behavior
MRKT 308 - Sales Management
MRKT 340 - Retail Management
MRKT 345 - Advertising and Integrated Marketing Communications
MRKT 360 - Marketing Research
MRKT 365 - Supply Chain Management
MRKT 375 - Seminar in Social Media Issues
MRKT 385 - Global Management
MRKT 401 - Special Topics in Marketing
MRKT 410 - Marketing Management

Faculty

Mark Rossi
Professor of Business Administration, Department Chair
712-279-1648

Kenneth Creech
Associate Professor of Accounting
712-279-1684

Lee Elliott
Assistant Professor of Business Administration
712-279-1799

Gerald Kissel
Assistant Professor of Sports Management
712-279-5552

Judy Thompson
Professor of Business Administration
712-279-5549

Assyad Al-Wreikat
Assistant Professor of Accounting
712-279-5464

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Accounting Major ('15)

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