Mg/Fy100 Business Administration, Management and Entrepreneurship 4 credits
This first-year seminar introduces students to SVC’s career-launching business courses. The McCormick Division of Business prepares students with the following competencies: oral and written communication skills, reading, writing, information literacy, critical thinking and creative thinking, ethical decision-making, technology integration and global citizenship. This course will foster a dynamic learning environment where students will integrate business skills and technologies with an entrepreneurial spirit. The service-learning project (SLP) in this course will be student-defined. Student teams will work with Management, Sports Management and Entrepreneurship Professors from the Division to identify, interview and assess off-campus business partner organizations with respect to internal and external environments including (but not limited to) stakeholders, competition, organizational culture, management, leadership and marketing. This learning experience will stimulate the students’ intellectual curiosity, build their critical-thinking skills, encourage ethical behavior and develop leadership ability.