Oct 22, 2021  
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BASM 406 - Seminars in Private/Public Service


5 credits

Prerequisites
Completion of all 300-level BASM coursework (BASM, SOC, ENGL) with a “C” or better.

Students will explore, compare, and contrast the domains of the public and private sector, choosing one as an emphasis. Students focusing in public service will explore the legislative process and public finance, while those students looking to work in the private sector, will explore business law and finance. Periodically, during the quarter, the two groups will meet and discuss and compare differing perspectives of shared case studies.

Course Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Articulate key concepts of the legislative process and public finance, business law and finance
  • Differentiate between the demands of private industry, as well as the foci of public service
  • Demonstrate a model of private finance and the corporate law related to it
  • Demonstrate how a bond process is initiated to fund a public project
  • Understand the difference between public and private operation and apply this to the workplace


Note
BAS-OM program core course.



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