Business2021-07-07T16:43:26-04:00

Business

The Business curriculum at Embry-Riddle is designed to cultivate the next generation of leaders and managers in the aviation and aerospace industry.

Courses promote entrepreneurship and discovery while adding value to students’ lives and careers.

Dual Enrollment Students have the opportunity to choose from a variety of courses areas such as Management, Leadership, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, and more!

The use of financial accounting information in business operations. The accounting cycle; adjusting entries; merchandising operations; inventory; depreciation; accounting for assets, liabilities, and stockholder’s equity; financial statement analysis.

Available: Online

Pre-Reqs: None

Credit Hours: 3

A comprehensive overview of relevant management principles and practices as applied in organizations with focus on management theories, philosophies, and functions; Focus on the nature, operating principles, activities, and theories that form the basis for the management functions of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling.

Available: Online and In Classroom

Pre-Reqs: None

Credit Hours: 3

An introductory course in aeronautics to provide students an orientation in aviation and other aerospace related topics appropriate to management degree programs. Subjects include aviation careers; the science of flight; aviation safety managerial responsibilities; passenger and cargo security issues; safety and human factors issues; aircraft airworthiness certifications; aviation resources; the aviation environment; and meteorology.

Available: Online & In Classroom

Pre-Reqs: MGMT 201

Credit Hours: 3

The course integrates many theories, concepts, and methodologies related to the implementation and use of Information Systems within an enterprise. Special attention is given to the following topics: Digital technology; Winning, engaging, and retaining consumers; Optimizing performance with enterprise systems and analytics; Managing business relationships, projects and codes of ethics.

Available: Online & In Classroom

Pre-Reqs: MGMT 201

Credit Hours: 3

This course introduces students to the procurement function of the firm including the strategic impact of purchasing and supply chain management on competitiveness and profitability. Students will gain experience with the underlying business processes that flow from and support the purchasing process using relevant SAP modules. The purchasing process is examined as it relates to producing products and services, taking and fulfilling orders, billing for products and services rendered, and recording revenues and payments to vendors. The relationship between purchasing and inventory management, materials management, just- in-time manufacturing, and manufacturing resource planning will be explored within a global context. The role of supply chain partnerships is also addressed including how to evaluate, bargain, and negotiate contracts with suppliers in an ethical manner while considering risks.

Available: Online and In Classroom

Pre-Reqs: MGMT 201

Credit Hours: 3

This course emphasizes several models and strategies for critical thinking within a leadership context. Additional topics include digital literacy tools; library research; and written communication.

Available: Online Only

Pre-Reqs: MGMT 201

Credit Hours: 3

In this course, students will explore the historical roots of modern leadership theory. The course will take an in-depth look at the societal, cultural, economic, and political environment that led to the forming of specific leadership theories. Special emphasis is placed on understanding the context of leadership theories and then applying that context to one’s own environment.

Available: Online Only

Pre-Reqs: BSLD 275

Credit Hours: 3