FREE SELF-PACED UNDERGRADUATE AND POSTGRADUATE COURSES
This course is a complete guide. It leads you on a voyage through the world of business and financial reporting. It helps you attain a usable knowledge of the principles of financial accounting as well as an appreciation for its importance and logic.
This course is an opportunity to share economics principles and the economic way of thinking in a way that emphasizes their relevance to today’s world.
This course has had great success restructuring the way to teach Information System core courses, and much of the material used in this approach has made it into this course.
This course provides instruction in steps, builds writing, reading, and critical thinking, and combines comprehensive grammar review with an introduction to paragraph writing and composition.
The course supports learning through content and designed to help students master topics and assess their learning. This course uses a wide variety of company-specific examples.
This course employs the term “offering” instead of the more traditional first P-product. This course emphasis on omnichannel marketing, social media in marketing, and the other components of the digital media revolution that are changing marketing so rapidly.
This course provides students with the skills needed to execute many personal and professional activities. It also prepares them to go on to more advanced skills using the Excel software.
This course focuses on the essential managerial accounting concepts used within organizations for decision-making purposes. This course adopts a concise, jargon-free, and easy-to-understand approach.
This course of microeconomics explains the basic principles and marginal decision rule, a simple approach to choices that maximize the value of some objective. The marginal decision rule becomes an integrating device throughout the discussion of microeconomics.
This course covers a wide range in terms, emphasizes the simplicity of individual concepts. It comprises fully a central body of knowledge that is defined according to the convention and realistic expectation.
This course develops the way we decide what kind of career to pursue, what choices we make on the job, which companies we want to work with, and what kind of economic world we want to live in and then leave behind for those coming after.
This course provides a comprehensive, integrated approach to the study and application of written and oral business communication to serve both student and professor.
This course provides context and essential concepts across the entire range of legal issues with which managers and business executives must grapple. It also provides the vocabulary and legal acumen necessary for business people to talk in an educated way to their customers, employees, suppliers, government officials and to their own lawyers.
This course of macroeconomics explains the model of aggregate demand and aggregate supply. This model allows us to look at both short-run and long-run concepts and to address a variety of policy issues and debates.
The course introduces the practical and conceptual framework for making personal financial decisions in the larger context and in the even larger context of individual life as part of a greater economy of financial participants.
This course focuses on the primary issues that have created our cultural and societal structures within a framework for global understanding. It also provides students with a working knowledge of world geography.
This course aims to present not only a sociological understanding of society but also a sociological perspective on how to improve society. It also summarizes social policies grounded in sociological theory and research that hold strong potential for addressing issues.
This course not only provides access to maps and essential concepts and information but also focus on the tips and tools that allow you to best exploit such information and knowledge plus information equals to power in an ever-changing global business arena.
Organizational Behavior is an important management course, the objective of this course was to provide learners with a solid and comprehensive foundation on Organizational Behavior that is accessible and fun.
This course is designed to reflect the dynamic nature of the field of risk management and the need to educate students to consider risks at every phase in a business undertaking is central, and this course provides such educational foundation.
This course deals with processes of human communication which include verbal, nonverbal, interpersonal and cultural communication. It also covers listening and speaking skills.
This course explains how important the efficacy of a corporate governance system, laws, and practices is to the vibrancy of the brand of capitalism.
This course presents economic concepts and principles from the perspective of “managerial economics”. The purpose of this coursed managerial economics is to provide economic terminology and reasoning for the improvement of managerial decisions.
This course strives to learn the theory and models to understand how economists understand the world. This course presents numerous models in some detail by walking learners through a detailed description of how a model’s assumptions influence its conclusions.
This course helps students organize their thinking about psychology at a conceptual level. It helps students understand behavior and will provide a useful and productive synthesis.
This course shows how to deal with social problems; it looks the possibilities for change offered by social research and by the activities of everyday citizens working to make a difference.
This course gives you the nuts and bolts of advertising to build a strong ad campaign and to know when it’s time to bring in the wrecking ball and start over. And you’ll get a lot of it directly from those who work with these tools every day.
This course introduces you to the concepts of strategic public relations and will help you to apply that to the discipline of public relations. It is based on current research and scholarly knowledge of the public relations discipline as well as years of experience in professional public relations practice.
This course is not only to provide the necessary academic background information but also to present the material with a practitioner’s focus on both large and small businesses.
This course explores the progress of all aspects of media and culture. It covers detailed information on media channels like books, newspapers, magazines, music, radio, movies, television and the internet.
This course addresses the challenges posed by various levels of project complexity by introducing an approach to profiling projects and discussing the implications to project management.
This course provides a broad overview of the core concepts of sustainability and sustainable business practice. It highlights some of the benefits, opportunities, and challenges associated with sustainable business practices.
This course looks at the opportunities and a risk associated with staking out a global competitive presence and introduces the fundamentals of global strategic thinking.
This course briefly explores the study of research methods is important primarily because it prepares them to be effective consumers of psychological research and because it promotes critical thinking skills and attitudes that are applicable in many areas of life.
This course describes how research methodology is useful for students in the multiple roles they fill as consumers of popular and public information, as citizens in a society where findings from social research shape our laws, policies, and public life; and as current and future employees.
This course introduces the intricacies of the Constitution, the complexities of federalism, the meanings of civil liberties, and the conflicts over civil rights. It also explains how people are socialized to politics, acquire and express opinions, and participate in political life.
This course presents key concepts that are important to understanding history such as the difference between Socialism, Capitalism, and Communism including examples from labor history beyond Homestead, Haymarket, and Pullman.
This accounting course provides an extensive analysis of the leading approach in accounting as they apply to business management. It includes accounting information and the accounting cycle, controlling and reporting.
This business course focuses on the interconnected issues of business. It will develop theoretical and logical skills and assess the scope of business activities.
This course focuses on several ways in which communication develops and exercises can be learned. Students learn a broad range of perceptions and hypothetical approaches through the application of flexible assessment tasks.
This course introduces economics theories and ideology which are helpful in understanding the general economic situation within which businesses and other organisations function.
This finance course focuses on financial concepts and problem solving methods that are essential for investment, financing, leverage and dividend transactions.
This course discovers types and practice of writing that are important to work assignments, social media, as well as to educational study. Students discover the fundamental ideology and practices of effective communication in a diverse field.
This management course provides students with the prospect to build a strong analytical and realistic sense of their management skills. It promotes significant consideration as a core skill to revealing the prospect to advance organisational performance.
This marketing course gives students the valuable understanding and skills associated with all the significant essential practices of marketing, including marketing research, necessary at the executive level of an establishment.
This course analyses and evaluates of research methods, techniques, and empirical materials in the view of political science.
This sociology course is intended to assist students to understand and coherent the social strengths that outline the public. This course covers a concise study of a specific communal matter with significance to society.
This statistics course cover the essential topics including, describing, exploring, comparing data, probability, variability, correlation, regression and hypothesis testing. This unit is appropriate for students interested in further developing statistical skills.
This course looks at social, intellectual, political, and fiscal transforms, events, and conceptions that distinct and formed the today’s world. It also measures the effects of these and other issues upon today’s world.