BUS-4210 Business Administration Capstone

Business Administration Capstone is a senior-level Capstone course that focuses on the development and implementation of strategy as a means to success in business. This course integrates concepts and applications from various functional areas of business. Relying heavily on case studies, the focus is on how managers engage in strategic thinking, planning, analysis, and execution to gain a sustained competitive advantage in the marketplace.

Advisory: Being the capstone course in the undergraduate business program, this course requires knowledge of accounting, finance, marketing, economics, and management. Thus, the following courses or their equivalents should be successfully completed before this course is taken: FIN-3010: Principles of Finance, MAN-2100: Principles of Management, MAR-2010: Principles of Marketing, ACC-1010: Principles of Financial Accounting, ACC-1020: Principles of Managerial Accounting, ECO-1110: Microeconomics, and ECO-1120: Macroeconomics with a grade of C or better to succeed in this course. Students are responsible for making sure that they have the necessary knowledge.




FIN-3010, MAN-2100, MAR-2010, ACC-1010, ACC-1020, ECO-1110, ECO-1120

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Guided Study, Online

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