BUS 101: Financial Accounting
The emphasis of this course is on the accounting cycle, accruals, current assets and liabilities, long-term assets and liabilities, stockholders’ equity, and cash flow statements. Focus is also on concepts of financial statements for external users. At least two years of high school algebra or equivalent placement (MAT 101 or higher) is recommended.
BUS 102: Managerial Accounting
This course covers the accounting system for producing information for internal management. The emphasis is on cost, profit analysis, budgeting, present value, performance evaluation, and other quantitative methods used for short-term and long-term internal managerial decision making.
Prerequisite: BUS 101
BUS 104: Business and Economic Statistics (M1 902)
This course focuses on the application of statistical methods and concepts to business. Basic definitions, descriptive measures, probability theory, frequency distribution, inference, hypothesis testing, regression, correlation, and nonparametric tests will be covered. A scientific calculator is required.
Prerequisite: MAT 101 with a C or better or math placement
BUS 105: Introduction to Business
This course is a general survey of the field of business in the American free enterprise economy. It is designed for students who plan to concentrate in business and for others who are interested in a broad general knowledge of business. Students become acquainted with business ownership, finance, management, marketing, and business-government relations. This course is recommended as a first elective in the business curriculum.
BUS 106: Business Mathematics
This is a course in which students have the opportunity to develop skill in handling mathematics in business transactions, fundamental processes, percentage, discount, interest, profit and loss, payrolls, taxes, charges for credit, financial statements, insurance, stocks, bonds, metric system, inventories, depreciation, statistics, and annuities.
BUS 125: Typewriting/Keyboarding I
This course covers keyboard mastery, accuracy, and speed development. Focus will also be on typing of personal and business letters, memos, and tables.