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Bachelor of Science in Management

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USF Downtown SF Campus

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101 Howard Street, Suite 500
San Francisco, California 94105
bsm@usfca.edu
(415) 422-4892

USF Pleasanton CAMPUS

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6120 Stoneridge Mall Road, Suite 150 
Pleasanton, California 94588
bsm@usfca.edu 
(415) 422-4892

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BSM 306: Business Analytics Fundamentals

This course includes representing and analyzing data through such measures as central tendency, dispersion, probability theory, the binomial distributions, the normal curve and normal distributions, central limit theory, and sampling distributions. Graphing and using polynomial functions and systems of equations and inequalities in the interpretation and solution of problems will be examined. Windows Office 365 with most recent updates required.

BSM 362: Information Systems Strategy, Architecture, & Design

This course is intended to give students a solid foundation in systems analysis and design, using both traditional approaches and the object-oriented approach. The object-oriented approach is an emergent technique used by a growing number of professionals today, and reflective of the object-oriented use patterns of handheld devices, while the hierarchical approach continues to be widespread and accepted for larger systems with significant data bases. Both are valid, and there is frequently a combination of these approaches in actual use. This course applies these fundamentals to a number of cases, so that students learn a selection of "Best Practices," which are highlighted throughout each class session and assignment. These include concrete examples of the concepts applicable in a business environment. Throughout the course, students will build on their assignments to ultimately produce a professional-quality systems design document on a project of their choosing, as well as an accompanying professional presentation.

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BS Management Downtown Campus

Monday–Friday 9 a.m.–5 p.m. by appointment

University of San Francisco
Downtown Campus
101 Howard Street, Suite 500
San Francisco, CA 94105
(415) 422-4892

Contact Info

BS Management Pleasanton Campus

Monday–Friday 9 a.m.–5 p.m. by appointment

University of San Francisco
Pleasanton Campus
6120 Stoneridge Mall Road, Suite 150
Pleasanton, CA 94588
(415) 422-4892