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BUS 100: Introduction to the Profession
Introduction to Business as a profession. Topics include the role of business in our society, career opportunities in business, the interface between business and technology, business ethics, and communication skills.
Professors: Bruce Mueller; Carrie L. Vernau; Leonard B. McKendrick
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BUS 100: Introduction to Business
This course introduces students not only to the business environment but also to the different purposes and functions of businesses. Students will obtain a broad understanding of the fundamentals of business organizations and their operations and, in the process, learn the basic...
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Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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BUS 103: Ideation: What Are My Interests?
This course introduces students to methods of exploration and analysis of ideas. Students will participate in creativity exercises, practice brainstorming, and use tools (such as SWOT) that will provide a framework for analyzing interests and understanding comparative values. S...
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Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 1
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BUS 210: Financial and Managerial Accounting
This course introduces the student to basic financial and managerial accounting topics: GAAP, the major financial statements, accrual accounting, financial reporting alternatives, financial statement analysis, cost behavior, cost systems, short-term and long-term decision-making,...
Professors: Charles T. Hamilton
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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BUS 211: Fncl Acctg and External Report
Introduces the three major financial statements: the Balance Sheet, the Income Statement, and the Statement of Cash Flows. The course emphasizes the difference between cash flows and income. Emphasis is placed on understanding financial statements and the procedures underlying th...
Professors: John R. Twombly
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BUS 211: Financial Accounting and External Reporting
Introduces the three major financial statements: the Balance Sheet, the Income Statement, and the Statement of Cash Flows. The course emphasizes the difference between cash flows and income. Emphasis is placed on understanding financial statements and the procedures underlying th...
Professors: John R. Twombly
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BUS 211: Measuring and Assessing Entity Financial Performance
This course introduces students to the financial reporting practices of firms ranging in size from sole proprietorships to Fortune 500 companies. Although the predominant focus will be on reporting principles used in the United States, the course will consider international repo...
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Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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BUS 212: Managerial Accounting and Control
The sequel to BUS 211, this course concentrates on the uses of accounting information within an enterprise for the following purposes: product costing; short-term and long-term decision-making; budgeting; control of operations; and performance evaluation. The major topical areas ...
Professors: Charles T. Hamilton; John R. Twombly
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BUS 221: Statistics for Managerial Decision Making
Introduction to probability concepts; descriptive statistics; probability distributions, (binomial, Poisson, normal and t) and their applications. Statistical inference (confidence intervals, hypothesis testing and sample size determination); simple regression, and correlation.
Professors: Hendrarto K. Supangkat; Jiong Sun
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BUS 301: Theory of Organization and Management
Introduction to the theory and practice of management; includes basic managerial functions: planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. Communication, motivation, and decision-making techniques are stressed. Also covered are organization structure and design, the dynamics of ...
Professors: Arthur Petty; Bruce Mueller; Carrie L. Vernau; (more)
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