Introduction to Business (COMM 101.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
COMM 101 02 January 2017 Tyler Case (primary instructor)
COMM 101 04 January 2017 Christopher Dobni (primary instructor)
COMM 101 06 January 2017 Kenneth Hackney (primary instructor)
COMM 101 W02 January 2017 Tyler Case (primary instructor)
COMM 101 W10 January 2017 Tyler Case (primary instructor)
COMM 101 W16 January 2017 Tyler Case (primary instructor)
COMM 101 W20 January 2017 Tyler Case (primary instructor)
COMM 101 W40 January 2017 Tyler Case (primary instructor)
COMM 101 W60 January 2017 Tyler Case (primary instructor)
 
COMM 101 01 September 2016 Tyler Case (primary instructor)
COMM 101 03 September 2016 Christopher Dobni (primary instructor)
COMM 101 97 September 2016 Robert Harasymchuk (primary instructor)
COMM 101 W01 September 2016 Tyler Case (primary instructor)
COMM 101 W03 September 2016 Tyler Case (primary instructor)
COMM 101 W11 September 2016 Tyler Case (primary instructor)
COMM 101 W15 September 2016 Tyler Case (primary instructor)
COMM 101 W21 September 2016 Tyler Case (primary instructor)
COMM 101 W41 September 2016 Tyler Case (primary instructor)
COMM 101 W61 September 2016 Tyler Case (primary instructor)
 
COMM 101 01 May 2016 Grant Wilson (primary instructor)
 
COMM 101 02 January 2016 Raymond Khan (primary instructor)
COMM 101 04 January 2016 Janette Boden (primary instructor)

Description

The focus of this course is on integrated organizational decision making. To achieve this, students will examine case studies requiring an integrated analysis across six business disciplines (Accounting, Finance, Human Resources, Management/Strategy, Marketing and Operations) over the four stages of an organizational life-cycle (start-up, growth, maturity and revitalization) as an organization's activities shift from strategic exploration to exploitation and back to exploration again.

Note

Students with credit for BAC 11 or COMM 102.3 will not receive credit for this course.

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