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Classes are designed to help you obtain your degree in as little time as possible. Courses are 7-week accelerated terms.
Courses are held in the evenings on campus, or during the day at GEICO. Some classes are held completely online, with no need for any face-to-face meetings.
Our courses are competitively priced and often covered by GEICO. Find out more in the FAQs.
Remember to check with the GEICO HR representative to make sure the courses you plan to take will be approved through tuition reimbursement. Please email Genise Austin-Holliday or call her at 863.400.7030.
Wednesday, September 18th from 2:00-5:00 p.m.
Wednesday, October 2nd from 2:00-5:00 p.m.
Monday, October 14th from 2:00-5:00 p.m.
Monday, October 28th from 2:00-5:00 p.m.
Wednesday, November 13th from 2:00-5:00 p.m.
Monday, November 25th from 2:00-5:00 p.m.
Monday, December 9th from 2:00-5:00 p.m.
Wednesday, December 18th from 2:00-5:00 p.m.
Please email Hannah Potter at email@example.com if you would like to set an individual appointment.
Attendance is required in all classes.
Need help registering for a class? Watch the tutorial. Additionally, Hannah Potter, the academic advisor for all GEICO associates, is available to help you with all your academic advising needs.
Four credit hours. To understand accounting for corporations.
Four credit hours. Prerequisite: ACC 2111 Managerial accounting and analysis.
Four credit hours. Prerequisites: ECO 2205.
Marketing principles, functions, organizations, methods, and problems involved in the exchange process known as marketing; a managerial perspective that revolves around the marketing concept and the marketing mix.
Four credit hours. Introduction to commercial, property, administrative, constitutional and liability law, and the American court system, with special emphasis on how it affects people in business. Students will engage in evaluation, analysis, and application of legal doctrines to business and personal situations.
Four credit hours. Prerequisites: ACC 2112 and ECO 2205 and ECO 2207. Planning and controlling sources and uses of a firm’s funds. Includes capital budgeting, dividend policies, determination of optimal capital structure, and internal vs. external financing of expansion.
Four credit hours. Prerequisites: BUS 2217. Study and application of cases, concepts, and theories related to leadership. Experiential exercises are used to simulate leadership situations and facilitate growth in leadership skills and abilities.
Four credit hours. Provides an overview of business data processing and management information systems. Covers introductory concepts of systems analysis techniques, nature of computer applications in business, problem solving, and discusses the future of information technology.
Four credit hours. Prerequisites: BUS 2220 and BUS 3320. This course introduces students to the tools used for business decision-making in today's rapidly advancing data-driven business environment.
Four credit hours. Prerequisites: junior standing, and BUS 2217 and 3311 or permission of the instructor. This course integrates legal research, writing, and document creation with business ethics. It is designed to prepare business students to effectively address and avert the legal and ethical challenges they will face in day-to-day business operations. Gen Ed: MV
Four credit hours. Theory and practice of public address; preparation and delivery of short speeches; development of critical thinking and listening. Gen Ed: EC-B
Four credit hours. Prerequisite: COM 1500. An in-depth study of public address through examination of popular speeches, preparing and presenting manuscript, memorized, impromptu, and extem-poraneous speeches.
Four credit hours. This course offers an overview of both microeconomics and macroeconomics. Microeconomic topics include supply/demand markets, welfare analysis including consumer and producer surplus, deadweight loss, externalities and public goods, and theories of industrial competition. Macroeconomic topics begin with aggregate measurement of key indicators, international economics and trade, key macro markets such as labor and money markets, the Federal Reserve, aggregate supply and demand, and government tools including fiscal and monetary policy.
Four credit hours. Study of all major forms of business communication, including letters, memoranda, formal reports, and oral presentations.
Four credit hours. Students use statistical methods to analyze data from real world situations and make inferences. These methods involve descriptive analysis, probability distributions, correlation, linear regression, the Central Limit Theorem, confidence intervals, and hypothesis testing.
Four credit hours. Prerequisites: PSY 1106 or 1110. The systematic observation and study of human behavior in an organizational setting; major topics include personnel psychology, consumer behavior, human relations, and organizational behavior.
Florida Southern College reserves the right to revise fee schedules.
Applies to courses starting Tuesday, August 20, 2019.
Did you know that for only a handful more classes you can also obtain a Management Certificate?
Hannah Potter is the Admission Counselor and Academic Advisor for all GEICO Associates. Please contact her directly to schedule an appointment.
Assistant Director of Adult and Graduate Admission
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