Prerequisites are courses (or demonstrated equivalent experience) that you must take prior to enrolling in another higher-level course.
The prerequisite course should give you the background necessary for the higher-level course. The higher-level course instructor assumes that you have mastered the content of the prerequisite course. Generally, mastery of the content of a prerequisite course should improve your chances of successful performance in the higher level course.
No, but many courses are. The following basic courses are usually offered every term:
- Business 1100 (Introduction to Business)
- Business 1111 (Customer Service)
- Business 1120 (Fundamentals of Personal Investing)
- Business 1161 (Entrepreneurship)
- Business 2255 (International Business)
- Management 1100 (Supervision)
- Management 2210 (Principles of Management)
- Management 2215 (Leadership)
- Management 2220 (Organizational Behavior)
- Management 2240 (Human Resource Management)
- Marketing 1100 (Consumer Marketing)
- Marketing 1170 (Internet and Social Media Marketing)
- Marketing 2210 (Principles of Marketing)
- Marketing 2220 (Principles of Sales)
- Marketing 2230 (Principles of Retailing)
- Marketing 2240 (Advertising)
These courses are also offered during the day, and/or evening. Many are also offered through Hybrid and Online Courses. Please see Convenient Course Formats for more details.
Online Courses offer independent and individual learning opportunities via the Internet. Courses combine independent learning and a structured series of assignments, with chat rooms and instructors available by telephone or email.
Anika Collins, Program Advising
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 1454D, (630) 942-3961
Business and Applied Technology Division
Technical Education Center (TEC), Room 1034, (630) 942-2592