ACC 2111 - Foundations of Financial Accounting
Four credit hours. To understand accounting for corporations.
ACC 2112 - Foundations of Managerial Accounting
Four credit hours. Prerequisite: ACC 2111 Managerial accounting and analysis.
BUS 3160 - Marketing Principles
Four credit hours. Prerequisites: ECO 2205.
Marketing principles, functions, organizations, methods, and problems involved in the exchange process known as marketing; a managerial perspective that revolves around the marketing concept and the marketing mix.
BUS 3311 - Legal Environment of Business
Four credit hours. Introduction to commercial, property, administrative, constitutional and liability law, and the American court system, with special emphasis on how it affects people in business. Students will engage in evaluation, analysis, and application of legal doctrines to business and personal situations.
BUS 3453 - Managerial Finance
Four credit hours. Prerequisites: ACC 2112 and ECO 2205 and ECO 2207. Planning and controlling sources and uses of a firm's funds. Includes capital budgeting, dividend policies, determination of optimal capital structure, and internal vs. external financing of expansion.
BUS 3666 - Leadership Competencies
Four credit hours. Prerequisites: BUS 2217. Study and application of cases, concepts, and theories related to leadership. Experiential exercises are used to simulate leadership situations and facilitate growth in leadership skills and abilities
BUS 3705 - Business Information Systems
Four credit hours. Provides an overview of business data processing and management information systems. Covers introductory concepts of systems analysis techniques, nature of computer applications in business, problem solving, and discusses the future of information technology.
ECO 2205 - Principles of Microeconomics
Four credit hours. Consumer behavior and aggregation to markets, producer behavior, theory of the firm, and aggregation to markets analysis: production and pricing of goods, factors of production and their attendant input markets and distribution of output, elasticities and incidence of a tax.
ECO 2207 - Principles of Macroeconomics
Four credit hours. National income and product accounts; theory of aggregate supply and demand, employment, consumption, investment, price level, economic growth, money, currency exchange, the Federal Reserve, interest rates, and comparative economic systems.
MAT 2022 - Elementary Statistics
Four credit hours. Students use statistical methods to analyze data from real world situations and make inferences. These methods involve descriptive analysis, probability distributions, correlation, linear regression, the Central Limit Theorem, confidence intervals, and hypothesis testing.