Management

COM 120: Interpersonal Communications

Survey of psychological, environmental, cultural and socioeconomic variables that influence communication. Defines competent communicators in a variety of situations; explores appropriate tools to alter communication behavior.

COM 110: Effective Speaking

Development and practice of public speaking skills and rhetorical strategies. Focuses on informative and persuasive speaking skills with an emphasis on speech research, organization and delivery. ETH

ENG 112: Business Writing

Students will write in a variety of business formats, ranging from letters requesting product information to memos and technical reports. Discussion topics include business culture and the use of emergent technologies. Prerequisite: Foundations course in English. WI

ENG 101: Written Communications

Study of essentials of English usage and sentence and paragraph structure. A problem-solving approach through the student’s writing of paragraphs, short essays, and a research report. Prerequisite: English Placement Examination.

CS 110: Introduction to Computer-Based Systems

Survey of traditional and contemporary concepts associated with computer technology. Understanding the function of personal computers and how computer technology is applied in Western society. Software used includes standard business applications to solve problems as well as elementary programming (C++) and HTML webpage construction.

Course Requirements Management

ACC 105 Principles of Accounting I

ACC 106 Principles of Accounting II

BUS 124 Introduction to Management

BUS 225 Business Law

BUS 322 Organizational Behavior

BUS 326 Human Resource Management

CS 110 Introduction to Computer-Based Systems

ECO 102 Introduction to Microeconomics

ENG 101 Written Communication

ENG 112 Business Writing

MAT 100 Intermediate Algebra*

MAT 115 Introductory Statistics

ACC 106: Managerial Accounting

Managers in all organizations are confronted daily with the need to make decisions and solve problems. They need information for making informed judgments, solving problems and managerial control. Information is a valuable resource to an organization, and the management accounting system is the primary source for much of the information managers need and receive.  Areas of emphasis include cost concepts, cost management and behavior; standard costing and variance analysis; cost-volume-profit analysis; budgetary controls; and responsibility accounting.

ACC 105: Financial Accounting

This course emphasizes the provision of relevant and reliable information used in making financial and business decisions.

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