BA 103 Business Processes, Analysis and Writing II • 3 Cr.
The course provides in-depth analysis of business processes, their use in enterprises, nonprofit, governmental and quasi-governmental entities with particular focus on the US and one other country. It also explores the multicultural transformation of business practices and continues with the analysis of models of corporate social responsibility. The course has a heavy emphasis on analysis and writing. Restricted to business transfer students in the BC-UWB China US Program. May be taken twice for a maximum of 6 credits. Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 with a C or higher, MATH 097 with a C or higher. C grades or higher are required in Math and English to receive the Associate in Business DTA. Permission of instructor.
After completing this class, students should be able to:
- Analyze business processes for various industries including cross-functional mapping and value-added analysis.
- Analyze the impact of business processes and practices on nonprofits, governments and quasi-governmental entities in the US and one other country with particular focus on strategy.
- Perform a case analysis involving multicultural and cross-cultural issues and corporate social responsibility.
- Work successfully in teams on class activities and projects.