BUS 101 O – Business and Society
Mrs. Jacqueline Fischer
This course will provide students with a foundation of business principles and an understanding of the effects of business in society. An introduction to various aspects of business and society includes corporate social responsibility, brand loyalty and brand positioning, globalization, and key business terms. Students will be enabled to apply these principles as an influence in their everyday lives.
About Mrs. Fischer
Jacqueline Fischer received her Bachelor of Science degree in Mass Communications with double concentrations in Public Relations and Broadcasting from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke in 2004 and earned her Master of Business Administration in Strategic Leadership from Barton College in 2020. Ever since her own undergraduate experience, her vocation has been higher education. Beginning in admissions at her alma mater and evolving through her time in higher education to advising, she is now the Director of Transition and Student-Athlete Programs in the Office of Academic and Career Planning at Barton. Her primary focus there includes working with student-athletes for academic planning and academic resources, guiding students who are interested in studying globally, advising international students who are attending Barton, and assisting with Orientation. She enjoys spending time with her two children and husband, traveling (especially to beaches), and attending Barton College events to support students.