AC 101 Accounting Principles I - 3 Credits
Introduction to accounting and financial information. Includes an overview of principles of financial accounting and basic managerial accounting concepts. Includes applications of electronic spreadsheets. Emphasis is placed on the use of accounting information in management decision making.
AC 102 Accounting Principles II - 3 Credits
An extension of AC 101 with more emphasis on the collection, preparation, presentation and interpretation of accounting information. Covers financial and managerial accounting and includes application using accounting software. Prerequisite: AC 101.
BU 117 Principles of Management - 3 Credits
Study of the fundamental principles and processes applicable to the understanding of business management to include: planning/organizing, commanding/staffing, directing/ coordinating and controlling. This course will place an emphasis on the interdependence of the roles between business, society and the individual.
BU 211 Business Law I - 3 Credits
A study of the class of contracts covering their formation, performance and breach. A study of the law of negotiable instruments and the Uniform Commercial Code. (This may be taken as LW 202.)
BU 212 Business Law II - 3 Credits
A study of the law of business organizations as it relates to the formation, operation and dissolution, including bankruptcy of partnerships, corporations, and limited partnerships. The Uniform Commercial Code, Uniform Partnership Act and Model Business Corporation Act will be studied. Labor law, administrative agencies and business ethics will be studied. (This course may be taken as LW 212.)
BU 219 Human Resource Management - 3 Credits
Decision-making and analysis of current practices and issues in the personnel function of organizations is presented.
BU 220 Corporate Finance - 3 Credits
Analyzes the acquisition and management of corporate capital by means of the sources and uses of funds and cash flows determination. An emphasis is placed on financial statement analysis, asset management, capital budgeting, cost of funds and time evaluation of money. Prerequisites: AC 101, AC 102.
BU 250 Principles of Marketing - 3 Credits
Studies the management of activities which facilitate the flow of goods and services from producer to consumer (or ultimate user) in order to satisfy target customers and accomplish the company's objectives. An emphasis is placed on consumer marketing by means of exploring marketing research and the market mix (product, pricing, distribution, and promotion).