ACC 2111 FOUNDATIONS OF FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
Four hours. To understand accounting for corporations. Gen Ed: Qn
ACC 2112 FOUNDATIONS OF MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
Four hours. Prerequisite: ACC 2111. Managerial accounting and analysis.
ACC 3111 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING I
Four hours. Prerequisite: ACC 2112. A detailed study in the conceptual framework of accounting, the development of generally accepted accounting principles, the preparation of financial statements, the determination of income, and the procedures related to accounting for assets and liabilities.
ACC 3112 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING II
Four hours. Prerequisite: ACC 3111. Required in the Accounting major. A detailed study of the procedures related to accounting for stockholders’ equity, earnings per share, pensions, leases, income recognition, preparation of the statement of cash flows, accounting for income taxes, and accounting for consolidations.
ACC 3211 COST ACCOUNTING
Four hours. Prerequisite: ACC 2112, computer competency. A study of cost accounting for manufacturing and non-manufacturing entities, covering cost terminology and concepts. Cost accounting systems including activity-based costing and differential costs for decision-making purposes are studied.
ACC 4411 FEDERAL TAXATION
Four hours. Prerequisite: ACC 2112 or permission of the faculty. A study of concepts of federal income taxation for individuals. Includes an introduction to the procedures for tax research.
ACC 4511 AUDITING
Four hours. Prerequisite: ACC 3112 or permission of the instructor. Required in the Accounting major. An examination of all aspects of auditing, including auditing standards, accepting and planning the audit, evaluating internal controls, verifying account balances and financial statement assertions, reporting on audited financial statements, and the legal liabilities and ethical responsibilities of auditors.
ACC 4960/4961 ACCOUNTING INTERNSHIP
Two to four hours. Prerequisites: Senior standing, permission of the instructor, minimum 2.5 grade point average. Correlating theory and accounting practices in two operational settings; supervision by cooperating practitioners and faculty in several areas of application.
ECO 2205 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
Four 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 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.
BUS 1115 BUSINESS AND SOCIETY
Four hours. A survey course designed for taking a first look at business in society. An interdisciplinary systems approach is used to explore the nature of business and its role in society emphasizing several business disciplines in the overall context of the enterprise. Ethics and values are emphasized, and the interfaces of business with its environment, the issues of work, careers, and the parameters for success in life are explored. The development of basic business related vocabulary is used to understand and interpret business news and information. This course may not be taken after earning credit for upper-level business core classes.
BUS 2217 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT
Four hours. Concepts, principles, and functions of management applicable to all types of organizations; different managerial styles.
BUS 3311 LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS
Four 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 3320 APPLIED STATISTICS OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS
Four hours. Same as ECO 3320. Prerequisite: MAT 2022 or its equivalent or permission of the instructor. Mathematical statistical tools for managerial analysis, research, and decision making, data collection and presentation, multivariable hypothesis testing, regression analysis, time series analysis, forecasting, decision analysis, inventory management, modeling and simulation, and project management. Gen Ed: Qn
BUS 3453 MANAGERIAL FINANCE
Four 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 4999 SEMINAR IN STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT OF THE BUSINESS ENTERPRISE
Four hours. Prerequisites: Senior standing, all other courses in the major, and successful completion of coursework that satisfies Effective Communication SLOs A and B. The capstone course of the business administration major. The course integrates knowledge of all business disciplines from other courses. Uses case studies and team-based projects to identify problems and formulate strategic policies that shape the destiny of organizations. The course emphasizes analysis, decision-making, and implementation of business strategies. Gen Ed: EC-C