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  • QCF | Top Online Bachelor and Master Degrees | Southwestern College - Professional Studies | Wichita, KS
    Office Student Services PS Academic Calendar Course Syllabi Catalogs Handbooks SC Deets Library Textbook Information Drop or Withdraw Form Online Writing Center Online Writing Center FAQs Emergency Notification System Information Technical Support About Your Southwestern College E Mail Career Services SC Job Board KNOXX Online Career Networking About About Professional Studies Accreditation Contact Us Staff Directory Alumni Consumer Information Prospective Faculty Chat QCF QCF Learn More Today Program Level None Bachelor s Master s Doctorate Certificate Guest Select a Major None Cyber Crime Investigation Emergency Planning Enterprise Risk Management Executive Accounting Executive Leadership Executive Quality Management Homeland Security Lean Six Sigma Operational Leadership Organizational Communication Rural Healthcare Leadership Accounting Business Administration Business Quality Management Computer Programming Technology Criminal Justice Early Childhood Education Elementary Education General Studies Healthcare Administration Human Resource Management Information Systems Management RN to BSN Operations Management Pastoral Studies Psychology Security Management Strategic Leadership Accountancy Business Administration Education with a Major in Curriculum and Instruction Education with a Major in Special Education Education with a Major in Special Education Adaptive Education with a Major in Special Education Functional Leadership Management Security Administration Teaching Education Guest First Name Last Name Phone State None Alabama Alaska American Samoa Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Guam Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Marshall Islands Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Northern Marianas Islands Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Palau Pennsylvania Puerto Rico Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virgin Islands Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Email Address Are you associated with the military or a DoD civilian includes military spouse Military Association Yes No Choose one of the options for Military or DoD Branch None

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  • Locations | Top Online Bachelor and Master Degrees | Southwestern College - Professional Studies | Wichita, KS
    offers five convenient locations in two states with online access world wide KANSAS East Wichita 2040 S Rock Road Wichita KS 67207 Phone 316 684 5335 McConnell Air Force Base Southwestern College 22 FSS FSDE 53474 Lawrence Ct Bldg 412 Suite C Room 116 McConnell AFB KS 67221 4000 Civilian Phone 316 681 1467 Military Phone 316 759 4172 DSN 743 Fort Riley KS Southwestern College Building 215 Custer Avenue Fort Riley KS 66442 Phone 785 784 9930 Kansas City 3965 W 83rd Street Suite 251 Prairie Village KS 66208 Phone 913 223 3268 Winfield Main Campus 100 College St Winfield KS 67156 Phone 800 846 1543 OKLAHOMA Oklahoma City 1401 S Douglas Blvd Ste O Midwest City OK 73130 Phone 405 733 3301 Toll free Phone 866 342 3301 Apply Online TODAY Learn More Today Program Level None Bachelor s Master s Doctorate Certificate Guest Select a Major None Cyber Crime Investigation Emergency Planning Enterprise Risk Management Executive Accounting Executive Leadership Executive Quality Management Homeland Security Lean Six Sigma Operational Leadership Organizational Communication Rural Healthcare Leadership Accounting Business Administration Business Quality Management Computer Programming Technology Criminal Justice Early Childhood Education Elementary Education General Studies Healthcare Administration Human Resource Management Information Systems Management RN to BSN Operations Management Pastoral Studies Psychology Security Management Strategic Leadership Accountancy Business Administration Education with a Major in Curriculum and Instruction Education with a Major in Special Education Education with a Major in Special Education Adaptive Education with a Major in Special Education Functional Leadership Management Security Administration Teaching Education Guest First Name Last Name Phone State None Alabama Alaska American Samoa Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Guam Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Marshall Islands Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New

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  • Accounting | Top Online Bachelor and Master Degrees | Southwestern College - Professional Studies | Wichita, KS
    accounting considerations of business transactions Emphasis is placed on understanding the accounting cycle the conceptual framework underlying financial accounting and recognition measurement and reporting of receivables inventories property plant and equipment Prerequisite BSAD310 ACCT381 Financial Accounting 2 Emphasis is placed on liabilities and corporate equity measurement understanding the recognition measurement leases pensions and reporting of revenue and earnings per share and critical evaluation of financial goals performance Prerequisite ACCT380 ACCT480 Financial Accounting 3 In this course emphasis is placed on foreign currency deferred taxes segment reporting derivatives partnerships branches and accounting theory Prerequisite ACCT381 ACCT382 Federal Income Taxation Personal Learners study federal income tax law as it applies to individuals Topics include filing status dependents gross income itemized deductions tax credits cost recovery and property transactions ACCT482 Federal Income Taxation Corporate Learners study the basic principles of business taxation This course deals primarily with the federal tax laws as they relate to corporations and partnerships Prerequisite ACCT381 ACCT483 Cost Accounting A study of cost accounting emphasizing managerial cost information for forecasting planning control and behavior factors The course includes a focus on the elements of product costs including job process standard and variable costing systems and procedures Prerequisite ACCT381 ACCT484 Accounting Information Systems Learners study accounting information systems conceptions and applications Topics include conceptual foundation of AIS technology of information systems and design processes and concepts Emphasis is on developing learners abilities to understand the processing of accounting data with emphasis on the computer environment and the controls that are necessary to ensure accuracy and reliability of the data processed by the accounting system ACCT490 Auditing Theory and Practice This course provides an Introduction to theory concepts and principles of auditing This course will emphasize topics including audit evidence audit risk ethical conduct and legal restrictions professional standards of audit planning Sarbanes Oxley compliance and audit reports Prerequisite ACCT480 CAPS495 Senior Capstone Learners will be required to develop a professional portfolio that demonstrates their knowledge skills and abilities in their major discipline Particular attention will be given to the presentation of evidence and artifacts from their major courses as well as recent research relevant to their major courses and their specific program outcomes The purpose of the final portfolio project is to document learner achievement and to ensure learning outcomes are met Additionally learners will conduct research and report on career potentials within their major field careers for which they are potentially most qualified and a specific career and career path of interest resulting from their research Foundation Requirements CORE101 Developing Academic and Professional Strengths How does higher education help create the type of person that businesses want to hire Learners will explore the answer to this question and in doing so help lay the foundation for academic and professional success Each learner will develop a core set of skills needed to be both an effective college student and a successful professional in the 21st century workplace Learners will develop and practice practical strategies with which to become more efficient

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  • Executive Accounting | Top Online Bachelor and Master Degrees | Southwestern College - Professional Studies | Wichita, KS
    skills to evaluate computerized accounting methods and controls Admission Requirements Anyone interested in completing the Executive Accounting Certificate may complete a Southwestern College Professional Studies Graduate Application for Admission and provide their transcript from a regionally accredited institution listing their completed Bachelor s degree The five courses comprising the Executive Accounting Certificate can be completed in eight months or less in convenient 6 week classes Individuals completing the Executive Accounting Certificate at Southwestern College may apply all of these 15 credit hours earned toward a Master of Accountancy degree or a portion of the credit hours towards a Master of Business Administration or a Master of Science in Management Core Major Requirements MGMT510 Financial Accounting Learners concentrate on interpreting financial statement information using accounting information for decision making and evaluation and examining current trends in accounting of importance to the manager MGMT515 Managerial Accounting Learners examine the use of accounting information to assist management in planning analyzing and implementing business decisions and activities The course focuses on strategic and operational performance analysis and evaluation MACC518 Governmental and Not for Profit Accounting Theory and Application This course examines the foundations and applications of accounting theory practice and reporting issues as they relate to governmental or not for profit organizations Topics include the governmental accounting accounting records in government fund allocation government wide reporting not for profit accounting financial reporting and governmental performance measures An introduction to government and not for profit auditing is also provided Prerequisites MGMT510 and MGMT515 MACC531 Federal Income Tax Planning and Decision Making This course is a case study based problem oriented examination of fundamental federal tax process procedures accounting and planning Tax consequences of common business and property transactions issues and controversies are explored in depth The course will cover the topics of gift and estate transactions taxation of property transactions individuals and entities which include sole proprietorships partnerships limited liability entities C corporations S corporations joint ventures trusts estates and tax exempt organizations Emphasis is on applying tax laws with regards to taxation of entities and individuals as opposed to learning individual tax rules Prerequisites MGMT510 and MGMT515 MACC541 Accounting Systems and Analysis Learners focus on the analytical tools necessary to evaluate users accounting information needs and to design implement and maintain an accounting information system to support business processes and cycles This will include computerized accounting information or relational database management systems management needs and reporting objectives transaction trails traditional flow charts and data flow diagrams documentation application access controls security and internal controls internet related controls particularly in e commerce environments and integration of accounting systems in software evaluation and selection Prerequisites MGMT510 and MGMT515 Apply Online TODAY Learn More Today Program Level None Bachelor s Master s Doctorate Certificate Guest Select a Major None Cyber Crime Investigation Emergency Planning Enterprise Risk Management Executive Accounting Executive Leadership Executive Quality Management Homeland Security Lean Six Sigma Operational Leadership Organizational Communication Rural Healthcare Leadership Accounting Business Administration Business Quality Management Computer Programming Technology Criminal Justice

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  • Business Administration | Top Online Bachelor and Master Degrees | Southwestern College - Professional Studies | Wichita, KS
    concepts relevant and useful to their everyday lives Prerequisites BSAD310 and BSAD420 BSAD320 Managerial Economics Learners in this course apply models derived from microeconomics macroeconomics and international economics to the solution of business problems in a global economy Prerequisites SSC 110 and SSC 111 BSAD394 Marketing Product concepts from idea to delivery to the consumer will be examined Pricing promotion distribution and planning for the marketing effort will also be covered Emphasis on being an informed consumer is included Course procedures include oral and written communications group interaction in class and a group project BSAD340 Legal Environment of Business This course helps learners understand and apply legal principles to the business world The course examines the relationships between individuals corporations and partnerships as they apply to law Learners will focus on contracts consumer law and the legalities of the employer employee relationship they will also analyze court cases and scenarios to practice real life application of legal concepts BSAD410 International Business This course provides a framework for analyzing the competitive structure of industries and for formulating strategy within an international context Study of foreign exchange balance of payments and the international monetary system are included BSAD420 Information Systems Analysis and Design Learners are provided the opportunity to design implement and document the system development cycle Course includes analysis of current systems logical and physical systems design program development testing implementation maintenance and documentation BSAD440 Strategic Management This course provides a synthesis of major business administration disciplines It is recommended that this be the last course taken in the business administration core curriculum Prerequisites BSAD320 BSAD340 BSAD394 BSAD410 and BSAD430 CAPS495 Senior Capstone Learners will be required to develop a professional portfolio that demonstrates their knowledge skills and abilities in their major discipline Particular attention will be given to the presentation of evidence and artifacts from their major courses as well as recent research relevant to their major courses and their specific program outcomes The purpose of the final portfolio project is to document learner achievement and to ensure learning outcomes are met Additionally learners will conduct research and report on career potentials within their major field careers for which they are potentially most qualified and a specific career and career path of interest resulting from their research Foundation Requirements CORE101 Developing Academic and Professional Strengths How does higher education help create the type of person that businesses want to hire Learners will explore the answer to this question and in doing so help lay the foundation for academic and professional success Each learner will develop a core set of skills needed to be both an effective college student and a successful professional in the 21st century workplace Learners will develop and practice practical strategies with which to become more efficient and effective learners while also developing higher order learning skills to reflect on critical issues relevant to both academic and professional environments such as personal responsibility and ethics CORE110 Information Literacy This course is designed to provide learners with the

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  • Master of Business Administration (MBA) | Top Online Bachelor and Master Degrees | Southwestern College - Professional Studies | Wichita, KS
    be on strategic implications of these topics rather than the theories themselves Learners will be required to exhibit mastery of the topics through the development of a complete case based integrated marketing strategy Cross Listed with MGMT 530 MBA 535 Knowledge base Decision Making In this course learners develop the skills necessary to apply the principles and practices of knowledge management business intelligence and qualitative and quantitative explicit knowledge to strategic and operational business decision making Learners examine and apply methods for capturing analyzing and applying tacit knowledge to decision making Prerequisites MBA 510 MBA 540 Operations Management This course focuses on the central role operations plays in a company s success and the analytic tools that are required for strong managerial decision making Learners gain an understanding of the strategic advantages provided by the operations function to strong organizations Topics of study include operations strategies supply chains process design and analysis lean manufacturing Six Sigma and other approaches to managing quality MBA 544 Organizational Dynamics and Change This course provides a foundation in organizational change theory and practice Learners gain a framework for understanding and changing organizations from a micro to macro level as they learn how to create an organization that is responsive to environmental forces Change in large and small and public and private entities will be examined through analysis of real world businesses Prerequisite MBA 500 Cross Listed with MGMT520 MBA 545 Technology and Innovation Management This course examines information technology and innovation from a strategic management perspective Learners will explore the strategic management of high technology companies investigate emerging technologies in a global marketplace and gain an understanding of the importance of aligning product development and system design MBA 580 Globalization and Organizations The course will examine how globalization influences strategy and performance within firms Learners will develop a framework for analyzing opportunities and risks in a global marketplace Learners will study the political and economic forces that shape production trade flows capital flows interest rates exchange rates and other variables that create the global economic landscape Prerequisite MBA 514 MBA 585 Strategic Management Learners synthesize and apply the knowledge gained in previous MBA courses and from examining the principles and practices for developing and implementing organizational strategies Learners engage in a global business simulation preparing and executing business strategies for a global company Prerequisites Successful completion of all MBA courses with the exception of CAPS600 CAPS600 Graduate Project All learners will prepare and submit a professional electronic capstone portfolio as a graduate requirement in this course The portfolio serves as an opportunity for the learners to demonstrate their achievement of their respective degree program outcomes through their degree program coursework and their commitment to lifelong learning through the identification of specific future learning goals All learners will be required to prepare conduct and report on an applied learning project relevant to their degree program as a second graduate requirement in this course This project will cover theory concepts practices knowledge and skills covered across

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  • Business Quality Management | Top Online Bachelor and Master Degrees | Southwestern College - Professional Studies | Wichita, KS
    attention will be given to the presentation of evidence and artifacts from their major courses as well as recent research relevant to their major courses and their specific program outcomes The purpose of the final portfolio project is to document learner achievement and to ensure learning outcomes are met Additionally learners will conduct research and report on career potentials within their major field careers for which they are potentially most qualified and a specific career and career path of interest resulting from their research Foundation Requirements CORE101 Developing Academic and Professional Strengths How does higher education help create the type of person that businesses want to hire Learners will explore the answer to this question and in doing so help lay the foundation for academic and professional success Each learner will develop a core set of skills needed to be both an effective college student and a successful professional in the 21st century workplace Learners will develop and practice practical strategies with which to become more efficient and effective learners while also developing higher order learning skills to reflect on critical issues relevant to both academic and professional environments such as personal responsibility and ethics CORE110 Information Literacy This course is designed to provide learners with the skills that are fundamental to becoming an information literate professional who can locate evaluate organize and communicate information The abundance and rapid flow of data requires skill development in the understanding of information resources accessing information sources determining the credibility of Internet information logically organizing sources and finally presenting the information professionally ENGL101 Composition 1 This course helps learners develop writing skills that are transferrable to any academic or workplace writing task The course guides learners through the process of planning drafting revising editing and proofreading academic and workplace writing Learners will develop skills necessary to craft coherent sentences and paragraphs to edit editing their writing for proper spelling grammar and punctuation They will learn about narrative structure and techniques as well as the elements of successful argumentation and persuasive discourse This course also guides learners through every stage of the research process Learners will develop a research plan conduct research organize and draft a research paper and then revise edit and proofread that research paper ENGL102 Composition 2 This course builds on the thinking and writing skills introduced in Composition 1 Learners will write critical argumentative essays based on their interpretations of nonfictional texts including literary film and cultural texts and in doing so will recognize the role of rhetoric in the writing situation as they craft persuasive discourse In doing so they will learn methods of questioning analyzing and evaluating their own beliefs as well as the perceptions and perspectives of others These methods of critical thinking are intended to improve the quality and organization of learners writing for any purpose including academic and workplace purposes In addition to writing essays learners will develop more advanced research strategies as well greater proficiency in APA style Prerequisite ENGL101 COM 125 Speech This

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  • Computer Programming Technology | Top Online Bachelor and Master Degrees | Southwestern College - Professional Studies | Wichita, KS
    business solution using the development and programming tools learned throughout previous computer programming courses Prerequisite 4 CPT courses CAPS495 Senior Capstone Learners will be required to develop a professional portfolio that demonstrates their knowledge skills and abilities in their major discipline Particular attention will be given to the presentation of evidence and artifacts from their major courses as well as recent research relevant to their major courses and their specific program outcomes The purpose of the final portfolio project is to document learner achievement and to ensure learning outcomes are met Additionally learners will conduct research and report on career potentials within their major field careers for which they are potentially most qualified and a specific career and career path of interest resulting from their research Foundation Requirements CORE101 Developing Academic and Professional Strengths How does higher education help create the type of person that businesses want to hire Learners will explore the answer to this question and in doing so help lay the foundation for academic and professional success Each learner will develop a core set of skills needed to be both an effective college student and a successful professional in the 21st century workplace Learners will develop and practice practical strategies with which to become more efficient and effective learners while also developing higher order learning skills to reflect on critical issues relevant to both academic and professional environments such as personal responsibility and ethics CORE110 Information Literacy This course is designed to provide learners with the skills that are fundamental to becoming an information literate professional who can locate evaluate organize and communicate information The abundance and rapid flow of data requires skill development in the understanding of information resources accessing information sources determining the credibility of Internet information logically organizing sources and finally presenting the information professionally ENGL101 Composition 1 This course helps learners develop writing skills that are transferrable to any academic or workplace writing task The course guides learners through the process of planning drafting revising editing and proofreading academic and workplace writing Learners will develop skills necessary to craft coherent sentences and paragraphs to edit editing their writing for proper spelling grammar and punctuation They will learn about narrative structure and techniques as well as the elements of successful argumentation and persuasive discourse This course also guides learners through every stage of the research process Learners will develop a research plan conduct research organize and draft a research paper and then revise edit and proofread that research paper ENGL102 Composition 2 This course builds on the thinking and writing skills introduced in Composition 1 Learners will write critical argumentative essays based on their interpretations of nonfictional texts including literary film and cultural texts and in doing so will recognize the role of rhetoric in the writing situation as they craft persuasive discourse In doing so they will learn methods of questioning analyzing and evaluating their own beliefs as well as the perceptions and perspectives of others These methods of critical thinking are intended

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