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The Master’s College 2015-2016 Catalog



the economic problem, measuring GNP, money and

banking, interest rates, monetary and fiscal policy,

inflation, and unemployment. A basic knowledge of

mathematics and graphs is assumed.

ECN210 Microeconomics (3)

An introduction to microeconomic principles and

terminology. The primary focus is on the business

firm and the decisions it faces. Topics include: review

of the economic problem, mechanics of supply and

demand, elasticity, consumer utility, production costs,

and the competitive environment. A basic knowledge

of mathematics and graphs is assumed.

E110 English Composition (3)

Instruction and supervised practice in the techniques

of effective written expression, with emphasis on

analytical reading and writing of expository prose.

Includes one or more researched and documented

essays. (Fulfills the general education requirement for

writing competency.)

E211 English Literature I (3)

A chronological survey of the development of

English literature, with emphasis on the major writ-

ers; some attention to the parallel developments in

history, language, religion, and culture. First semes-

ter: Anglo-Saxon period through the Neo-classical


E221 World Literature I (3)

This course is designed to present a broad overview

of the literature of Britain from the early Middle

Ages through the Renaissance to the edge of the

Enlightenment, or from approximately 700 to 1700

AD. Massive changes in language, religion, politics,

art forms—the whole of culture and society—make

this era of history both fascinating and difficult.

H211, 212 World History I, II (3,3)

A broad two-semester survey integrating important

geographical, intellectual, cultural, social, political,

and economic developments within the world’s major

civilizations from the earliest times to the 17th cen-

tury in the first semester and from the 17th century

to present in the second semester.

H241 U.S. History I (3)

An examination of noteworthy political, geographi-

cal, social, cultural, and economic trends in the United

States to 1900.

P311 Introduction to Philosophy (3)

A survey of the field of philosophy: its vocabulary,

aims, and purposes; the great systems of speculative

thought, and the leading thinkers.

SP221 Spanish I (3)

Designed to introduce the beginning student to

the Spanish language. The curriculum will include

the fundamentals of grammar, pronunciation, and


MGT324 Organizational Communication -

Fundamentals (3)

The principles of communication within an orga-

nization are presented. Effective communication

methods, both oral and written, will be taught and

practiced with an emphasis in using the proper com-

munication method for any given situation.

MGT335 Technology &Organizational Decision

Making (3)

With the rapidly changing landscape of how busi-

nesses function and the communication between

them, this course seeks to provide the foundational

understanding necessary to making timely decisions

in the midst of changing landscapes and resources.

MGT336 Organizational Communication -

Advanced (3)

This course continues to develop and advance the

concepts and skills introduced in the Organizational

Communication Fundamentals (MGT324) course.

MGT345 Business Law (3)

A study of legal theory as it applies to the everyday

business world inhabited by organizational manag-

ers. The student studies the principles of business

law and the legal environment including the legal

process, contracts, commercial relations, business

formations, and special topics such as property, en-

vironmental law, labor-management relations, and

international law.