Honors Program - CBA (HPCB)

HPCB 3435. ST: EVOLUTION OF AMERICAN BUS. (3 Credits)

This course is designed to trace major developments in the nature of capitalism, corporate structures, business ethics, and the constitution and legal statutes. These developments will be followed in American history and literature. In units that include Puritanism, the Colonial Era, the American Revolution, the Federalist Era, the Agricultural and Industrial Revolutions, the Rise of Big Business, the Progressive Era, the Great Depression, and Post-War America, the course will be designed to have readings in history, law, religion, sociology, urban studies philosophy, art history, and other areas.

HPCB 4701. GLOBAL BUSINESS READINGS. (3 Credits)

Four-credit courses that meet for 150 minutes per week require three additional hours of class preparation per week on the part of the student in lieu of an additional hour of formal instruction.

HPCB 4703. PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS. (4 Credits)

This course is an intensive study of probability theory and statistical analyses for planning, decision making, and operational review. Topics include probability distributions and density functions; descriptive and inferential statistics; and such methods for hypothesis testing as the analysis of variance, simple and multiple regression, categorical analyses, time series analyses, and principal components or axis factoring. Four-credit courses that meet for 150 minutes per week require three additional hours of class preparation per week on the part of the student in lieu of an additional hour of formal instruction.

HPCB 4704. ST: BUSINESS PRACTICES. (3 Credits)

This course addresses business processes, including strategy, and contemporary issues in business.

HPCB 4705. ST:HONORS PROJECT SEMINAR 1. (1.5,3 Credits)

Students work with a faculty advisor to develop an original paper that utilizes the analytical, business and problem solving skills students developed throughout the CBA curriculum.

HPCB 4706. ST:HONORS PROJECT SEMINAR 2. (3 Credits)

Students work with a faculty advisor to develop an original paper that utilizes the analytical, business and problem solving skills students developed throughout the CBA curriculum.

HPCB 4707. ST:HONORS PROJECT SEMINAR 3. (1.5 Credits)

Students work with a faculty advisor to develop an original paper that utilizes the analytical, business and problem solving skills students developed throughout the CBA curriculum.

HPCB 4999. TUTORIAL. (1-3 Credits)