Archive for August, 2010


Statistics (GEN157) Online

The College of Westchester is now offering an online statistics course for Fall I 2010, Spring I 2011, and Fall I 2011.

In this three credit course, students learn the basic statistical theory and application needed for:

  • sampling procedures
  • finding mean, median, and mode
  • finding variance and standard deviation
  • graphing histographs and bell curves
  • how statistics are used in the business world and in the media

Knowledge of statistics is a very valuable skill to have in the business world, allowing you to be a more desirable job candidate.

To learn more about registering for an online course in Statistics, contact George Pasick in Admissions:

George Pasick

914-831-0298.

 

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BUS405 is being introduced as a hybrid course for 3 credits  and will be taught the following terms:

Fall I 2010

Spring II 2011

Fall II 2011

This course is taught in seminar form and explores the gains of business management in the service industry. Students learn about the origins, development, and characteristics of the service industry and how it has impacted the development of the US and global economy.  BUS405 offers relevant theories and approaches relevant to service delivery.

For more information on this course, and other online courses, please contact Tony Peluso in Admissions

George Pasick

914-831-0298

 

Project Management Essentials (BUS370) will be offered as an online course:

Fall I 2010

Spring I 2011

Fall I 2011

BUS370 is 3 credit hours.  It will examine the core competencies of Project Management as defined by Project Management Istitute (PMI).  There will be an emphasis on PMBOK (Project Management Body of Knowledge).  You will be applying the elements of PMBOK to projects, and you will employ them during the course of a logical project life cycle.

If you are interested in hearing more about BUS370 or general course registration, please contact Tony Peluso in admissions:

George Pasick

914-831-0298

 

Operations Management (BUS320)

Operations Management is a course being offered for the following semesters:

Fall I 2010

Spring II 2011

Fall I 2011

It is 3 credit hours.  Students become familiarized with problems encountered by the operating management of a business enterprise and the methods used to analyze and solve the problems. These problems will include:

  • forecasting
  • productivity
  • quality management
  • inventory management
  • capacity planning
  • scheduling
  • production planning
  • product management

This course will be offered online.  If you are interesting in hearing more about registration for Operations Management, please contact Tony Peluso in Admissions:

George Pasick

914-831-0298