MATHEMATICS1 (MATH 106):
This course is designed to enable students; Understand and apply algebraic of functions – polynomials, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions, define and explore sequences and series and understand the basic concepts of the mathematical notion of a “limit.”
COMPUTER LITERACY & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY(COMP 101):
This course is a broad introduction to the use of computers as tools for creativity, communications and organizing information. In addition to learning the technical fundamentals of computer operations and networking, we hope to help you build your skills in researching information, making appropriate ethical choices about the use of computers, and using technology to help you learn on your own and pass your new skills on to others.
The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of computers. It will expose the student to an operating system; the use of computers in our lives; computer components and software applications including word processor, spreadsheet, database, e-mail and the Internet. This course is intended to provide general computer literacy and basic information management.
BASIC STATISTICS (STAT 211):
This is a first course in basic statistical concepts. It focuses on frequency distributions of empirical data, calculations of descriptive statistics, probability distributions, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, chi square, regression, and correlation.
MATHEMATICS 2 (MATH 107):
This course is designed to enable students; analyze and understand the principles of Geometry and the need for its use. Develop special reasoning and apply Geometry actively in extended conditions. It continues with an inductive approach to understanding the concepts and terminology of elementary geometry. Geometric discoveries will be made through individual and group investigations. Important geometric formulas will be derived and applied to solve “real world” problems
PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS (ECON 101):
This course is an introduction to the discipline of economics. The basic terminology, concepts, principles, models and its philosophic, historic and political origins are explored and applied to help understand current issues. This course is for the non-accounting, non-business student.
ECOLOGY AND BUSINESS ENVIRONMENTAL
SUSTAINABILITY (ECOL 212 ):
Green business operations and sustainability are becoming increasingly important around the globe and its economies as companies attempt to grapple with competing pressures in order to deliver goods and services in an environment where scarce natural and energy resources, pollution regulations, population growth and climate change are driving corporate decision-making. Thus businesses who adapt to this new environment will be better positioned to succeed in the global economy where demand for “green” products is increasing exponentially. Environment and energy constraints are becoming increasingly in company’s efforts to manage their operations here in Mongolia and abroad. In addition, social responsibility has become the watchword in many a corporate boardroom. In as much as companies can lower their costs relative to their competitors and differentiate their products and services the chances of business success will increase greatly. This course is designed as a survey of green business operating principles, sustainability, and social responsibility issues that will impact decision-making of the business leaders of the future.
PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMEMT (MGMT 115):
This course deals with the fundamentals of business organizations and management. The theories and principles of organization and management, as well as their application in business and industry are thoroughly discussed. The functions of management (Planning, Organizing, Staffing, Directing and Controlling) and the different forms of business ownership with their strengths and weaknesses form part of the course coverage. The course covers the benefits derived from entrepreneurship and importance of social responsibility as another goal of business. The course emphasizes the skills needed to apply management principles and concepts to real-life situations; students will analyze management issues and problems and how to formulate realistic, practical plans to resolve them. These practical skills are developed through the course assignments, and presentations.
BUSINESS STATISTICS (STAT 212 ):
As we enter the 21st century, the issue facing managers is not a shortage of information but how to use the available information to make better decisions. It is from this perspective of informed decision making that we study statistics.
This course will focus on data collection, data presentation, summarizing and describing data, basic probability, and statistical inference. Students will use computer algebra systems and spreadsheets as tools for performing statistical calculations, creating tables, and generating graphical representations of information.
PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING ( MRKT 203):
This course is an introduction to the principles, concepts, strategy and tactics of marketing. This course provides an overview of marketing, the empathetic art of building relationships between products and services and unique consumers, businesses and markets. Abstract theory and concepts are brought to life by case studies, examples and a major student-run marketing event at the end of the semester. In these ways, this class will serve as a training ground for evaluating marketing, creating and executing ideas, and grappling with the current trends, ethics and controversies of modern marketing.