BURLINGTON COUNTY COLLEGE
Course: BUA 101-301, Business Functions in a Global Society
Division: Liberal Arts
Location: Mt. Laurel, Technology Center, Room 206
Semester: Fall 2014
Time: Wednesday and Friday, 11am-12:20pm
Credit Hours: 3
Instructor: Charles T. O’Gorman, MBA, CPA (inactive)
Office: Pemberton campus, Parker College Center: 319S
College Phone #: (609) 894-9311 X-1618 for emergencies only
BCC E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (preferred communication method)
Office Hours: Mon/Wed/Fri:1pm to 2pm, Mt. Laurel-one of the Faculty/Adjunct rooms
Tue/Thur: 3:30pm to 4:30pm, Pemberton-Parker College Center, room 319S
Advising Hours by appointment only: Mon: Noon to 1pm, Fri: 2pm to 3pm
Previous to teaching for Burlington County College, I taught as a Business Lecturer for Bergen Community College and as an adjunct for Brookdale Community College, Baruch College Continuing and Professional Studies program, and
William Paterson University. I have taught college for over 15 years.
I previously worked for two Internet start-ups, two Fortune 500 Corporations, and two Big 4 Accounting and Consulting firms. I am also a professional speaker and seminar lecturer. I have had the pleasure to work in North America, South
America, and Europe.
I am a CPA (currently inactive) and hold an MBA from Rutgers University. I graduated with both a BS in Business
Administration and a BA in Psychology from Monmouth University.
Materials: Text Book: “Business: A Practical Introduction”
Author: Williams, ISBN-13: 9781256697053, Publisher: Pearson Learning Solutions
This course covers the business functions of any organization: marketing, operations, production, accounting, finance, distribution, investments, human resource management, banking, and information handling in our current global society.
1. A Mastery of essential elements and related concepts, plus