CHRISTINA HATA

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  • BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Instructor
  • BUS 130, Small Business Management
  • BUS 131, Management Principles
  • BUS 137, Customer Service
  • BUS 140, Legal Environment of Business
  • BS, California State University, San Marcos
  • MS, University of LaVerne
  • OFFICE: Room 4810, Oceanside Campus
  • TEL: 760.757.2121 x6399
  • EMAIL: chata@miracosta.edu
Christina Hata
 
BUS 140 Class

Christina Hata’s professional and educational experience has enabled her to develop an understanding of organizational infrastructure.  Christina’s work experience includes fifteen years in the aviation industry working for various organizations, holding positions ranging from customer service to accounting and management.  In 2003, she started her consulting company, Sharp Organizational Solutions an organizational development firm specializing in employee survey research, training and development.  Christina has also presented to business leaders of all backgrounds at national and international conferences. She previously taught statistics, management, and research to graduate students at the University of La Verne.

Christina’s educational journey began at Mira Costa, where she took general education courses before transferring to California State University, San Marcos.  At CSUSM she obtained her undergraduate degree in Business Administration.  She completed her graduate studies in Leadership and Management at the University of La Verne. 

Her book, Organizational Toxicology: Learning to Understand Toxic Managers in the Workplace and Developing Strategies for Change is a work in progress. 

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ONLINE CLASS INFO

BUS 130 Small Business Management
BUS 131 Management Principles

SYLLABUS LINKS

BUS 130:1256 Spring 2014
BUS 130:1259/2608 Spring 2014 (online)
BUS 131:1260 Spring 2014 (online)
BUS 140:1267 Spring 2014
BUS 140H:2448 Spring 2014

BUS 130:1233 Fall 2013 (OCS)
BUS 130: 2254/2747 Fall 2013 (online)
BUS 131:2815 Fall 2013 (online)
BUS 137:2748 Fall 2013 (OCS)
BUS 140:1253 Fall 2013 (OCS)

VIDEO LINKS

BUS 137 Pt1 Pt2
BUS 140 Pt1 Pt2

BUS 130 Guest Speaker Erin Carpenter (4-29-13)
Digital Marketing: PPt PDF Pt1 Pt2 Pt3 Pt4 Pt5 Pt6
BUS 130 Guest Speaker Denise Stephenson (9-4-13)
Kickstarter: Pt1 Pt2 Pt3

BUS 140 Chapters for first two weeks of semester (PDFs):

ESSENTIALS OF BUSINESS LAW-5th edition CH01 CH02 CH03 CH04

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Please be aware that, once a class reaches maximum enrollment and “closes,” on or after the first day of the semester, even if “available” spaces appear on SURF due to drops, it is within the instructor's complete discretion on whether to add more students at that time. Drops after the first day are normal attrition and are factored in when setting the maximum enrollment. The class has started and important assignments and subject matter have already been covered. Please do not email the instructor. Thank you for your understanding.

BUS 130 Accounting Presentations:

Accounting Basics (2-27-12):
Pt1 Pt2 Pt3 Pt4
Merchandising, COGS, Salsaholics Case(2-29-12):
Pt1 Pt2 Pt3
Depreciation, Breakeven Analysis (3-5-12):
Pt1 Pt2 Pt3 Pt4 Pt5
Sales Forecasting (3-7-12):
Pt1 Pt2 Pt3

Teaching Philosophy/Style and Class Management/Activities

Together the students and instructor in each course create a learning community.  All members of this community are responsible for ensuring that learning takes place.  Thus, preparation and contribution to discussion are very important.  Students are expected to complete the assigned reading and preparatory assignments, contribute meaningfully and substantively.  The preponderance of learning takes place in the classroom - from each other.  I therefore require you to come to class and come on time.

The nature of in-class learning activities includes lecture, discussion, simulations, group and short writing assignments - although, not usually all in the same class.