An overview course in the Automotive Dealership Management Concentration that provides the foundation for understanding management principles that lead to successful dealership operations.
Without a fundamental understanding of the business management concepts, a framework for successfully operating a dealership is missing and can adversely affect current and future performance results.
Course Requirements Checklist
After reading the Course Syllabus and Student Expectations, the student will complete the related checklist found in the Course Overview.
Discussions are collaborative learning experiences. Therefore, the student is required to provide a thread in response to the provided prompt for each discussion.
Written Report Assignments (5)
The student is required to write a report describing the functions of an automotive dealership for various department levels. The report will require the student to answer questions provided for each written report assignment.
Written Report: Current Events Assignment
The student will read a blog from the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) website and write a brief report that answers questions provided for the assignment.
Case Study: Financial Analysis Assignment
The student will complete a case study report that answers questions based on financial reports provided for an example dealership. The student will be required to calculate various mathematical problems and write a narrative analysis of the financial status of the example dealership.
Essay: Integration of Faith and Learning Assignment
The student will complete an Integration of Faith and Learning Essay assignment. The student will describe how he/she would handle an ethical situation dealing various departments of a dealership. The student will demonstrate a clear relationship between Scripture verses selected by the student and the ethical behavior of a dealership manager.
The student will answer 50 questions based on the Reading & Study material for the assigned modules/weeks. The student will be allowed to use open-book/open-notes while taking the quiz.