Business Foundations

Course Code
BA 102
1 hours
  • Fall 21
  • Fall 22
BA 100

Business Foundations --- This course introduces students to the business world and business fundamentals, including business literacy, while building a collaborative learning community, thereby providing students with a foundation to make the most of their time at the Ross School of Business. To accomplish this goal, the course focuses on the following areas: 1. What is business, what do businesses do, and what does it mean to be business literate? 2. How can you engage in building a collaborative culture at Ross, and what's the value in doing so? 3. What is needed for you to transition successfully as a Ross business student? This class is restricted to Ross Sophomore Transfer students [and is a graduation requirement].

Taught By
Norman Bishara
  • Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs
  • Executive Director, Thomas C. Jones Initiative for Undergraduate Business Education
  • Professor of Business Law and Ethics
Scholarly Interests: human capital law and policy, including employee noncompete agreements and the Future of Work, corporate governance with a focus...
David Wooten
  • Associate Dean for One-Year Masters Programs
  • Alfred L. Edwards Collegiate Professor
  • University Diversity & Social Transformation Professor
  • Professor of Marketing
David Wooten is the Alfred L. Edwards Collegiate Professor, University Diversity and Social Transformation Professor, and Professor of Marketing at...