ACCT 221: Principles of Accounting I
Conceptual framework of accounting; measurement of income and recording economic activity; the accounting cycle and preparation of statements; introduction to generally accepted accounting principles.

ACCT 222: Principles of Accounting II
A study of basic accounting theory, corporate financing and reporting; financial planning; and an introduction to managerial accounting. Prerequisite: ACCT 221.

ACCT 421: Managerial Accounting
An analysis of the use of accounting data in planning, controlling and decision-making processes of business enterprises. Prerequisites: ACCT 222 and BUAD 321. Not open to Accounting majors.

BUAD 201: Principles of Business
A survey of the major functional areas of business — accounting, human resources and organizational theory, marketing, finance and operations management — as well as the legal, risk, and social responsibilities related to the business environment. Emphasis will be placed on learning the language of business.

BUAD 230: Calculus for Business
Differential calculus, including first and second derivatives, partial derivatives, maximizing and minimizing functions, logarithms, exponential functions, and integration. BUAD 230 may not be taken if MATH 300 level or above has been passed. Prerequisite: MATH 220.

BUAD 321: Business Statistics
General principles and concepts of statistical methods; descriptive statistics; probability, sampling and estimation and hypothesis testing; regression and correlation, time series. Computer software packages applied. Prerequisite: MATH 220.

BUAD 323: Business Law I
Legal concepts evolved through government regulation, administrative agencies, environmental
law and community planning, consumer protection, and contracts

BUAD 326: Marketing
Marketing organization and methods with emphasis on the social and economic aspects of distribution; consumer problems; marketing functions and institutions; marketing methods and policies.

BUAD 329: Principles of Management
The study of management principles and techniques for all fields of business including business objectives, policies, functions, leadership, organization structure and morale, operative procedures.

BUAD 422: Investments
Fundamental principles of investment; analysis of financial data; types of securities; security market operations and portfolio planning. Prerequisite: BUAD 424.

BUAD 424: Financial Management
Principles and practices of business and corporate financing; sources of capital; administration
of working capital items; budgeting; and control, expansion, and treatment of earnings. Prerequisites: ECON 222 and ACCT 222.

BUAD 445: International Business
The role of the international manager with regard to the environment of international business; topics include international management, international marketing, cross-cultural management, and the role of multinational corporations. Prerequisites: ECON 222, BUAD 326, BUAD 329, BUAD 424.

BUAD 520: International Trade and Finance
Study of international trade and finance theory, including comparative advantage, barriers to trade, balance of payments problems, and exchange rates. Study of the framework within which international business is conducted. Prerequisites: ECON 323, ECON 324 or permission of the instructor.

BUAD 523: Management of Human Resources
The study of the objectives, functions, and organization of human resources programs. Emphasizes job evaluation, selection and placement, education and training, safety and health, employee services, employee relationships, industrial relations, and personnel research. Prerequisite: BUAD 329.

BUAD 540: Marketing Management
Students will analyze case problems highlighting the marketing programs of businesses in different industries and formulate a comprehensive marketing mix consisting of product, promotion, distribution and pricing strategies to improve the company's marketing efforts and effectiveness. Prerequisite: BUAD 326.

BUAD 550: Business Strategy
The capstone course in business administration which introduces the student to the processes and methodologies of strategic management. The case method is employed to enable the student to apply his or her knowledge of all functional areas of business in the analysis of real-life business cases.

COMP 360: Microcomputer Applications
Survey of contemporary tools of office automation, using microcomputers. Provides a practical sampling of computerized resources for management and increasing business productivity, including state-of-the-art word processing, spreadsheets and graphical user interfaces. Suitable for non-majors as well as CIS majors.

ECON 221: Principles of Macroeconomics
Economic theory and public policy; national income; money and banking; economic growth;
business fluctuations.

ECON 222: Principles of Microeconomics
Analysis of supply and demand and their role in prices; types of competition; elements of business costs and incomes and the factors which determine them.

ECON 323: Managerial Microeconomics
Application of the theoretical and analytical tools of economics and statistics to business decision-making; demand analysis and forecasting; costs of production; pricing; analysis of market structures. Prerequisites: ECON 222, BUAD 230.

ECON 326: Comparative Economic Systems
Description, analysis, and evaluation of capitalism, socialism, and communism in terms of their philosophies, goals, and economic functioning on both the macroeconomic and microeconomic levels. Prerequisite: ECON 221.

ECON 327: The U.S. in the Global Economy
A discussion of why some countries and cultures in the world have had a great economic prosperity while others have not.

ECON 421: Money and Banking
Analysis of the financial system, financial instruments, interest rates, and the relationship between money, credit, and economic activity. Prerequisites: ECON 221, ECON 222.

MATH 220: College Algebra
Basic concepts of algebra; sets; algebraic operations; linear equations and systems of equations; radicals and quadratic equations; equations of degree higher than two; matrix algebra. This is the basic course for all subsequent courses in Mathematics.