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The purpose of this course is to introduce students to fundamental concepts of physical sciences: Physics, Chemistry, Earth Science and Astronomy. This course is intended to develop the knowledge and skills necessary for students who wish to continue their studies in engineering, the sciences, and applied mathematics. The course builds on those mathematical and scientific method skills the students already gained in previous courses.


This course is designed as an introductory economics course for students who want to understand the essentials of economics. It aims to teach the basic concepts and analytical tools of economics as well as economic logic in order to help students to understand the economic issues and events occurring around them. The course covers the basics of micro and macroeconomics. By the end of the class, students will gain a basic understanding of the main principles of economics, such as: how companies operate, how markets work, GDP and economic growth, indicators of economic performance, how government policies affect markets and economic performance, why prices go up and inflation rises, why recession and unemployment occur, and comparative advantage and trade. 


This course is the first step in business learning and covers various business-related topics at an introductory level.  The topics covered include entrepreneurship, business ethics, businesses’ legal, economic, financial, and global environments, business management and organization, marketing, the role of information technologies, accounting information, and financial management.  This course uses an integrated approach to help students appreciate the interrelationships of various business functions and, more generally, the role of business in society.


MGT 402 Entrepreneurship focuses on the creation of new ventures: the people, the process and the dynamics. Topics include identifying and evaluating opportunities, success and failure factors, attitudes and characteristics of entrepreneurs, stand-alone and internal corporate ventures, and local and global issues in entrepreneurship. Students can expect to develop a viable business plan in the course.


This course is an introduction to the history of art, and to ways of studying art and its aesthetic qualities, social significance, and historical development.

This is an intermediate level course, the first in a series of two that revisit the principles of financial accounting in much greater depth and breadth, covering the accounting and reporting of significantly more complex transactions.

Course Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:

  • Understand the conceptual framework for financial reporting

  • Analyze most common business transactions and apply appropriate accounting standards

  • Properly record those transactions in a double-entry bookkeeping system

  • Prepare intermediate level accrual-basis adjusting entries

  • Prepare an intermediate level set of financial statements and related disclosures

  • Use a corporate annual report on an intermediate level

    as these pertain to most common types of assets and related revenues and expenses.


This is an advanced level financial accounting course covering accounting and reporting for business combinations and commonly controlled business entities, foreign currency transactions, partnerships, and governmental subdivisions.

Course Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:

  • Understand the fundamentals of accounting and reporting for common non-corporate

    organizations

  • Analyze business combination and foreign currency transactions and apply appropriate

    accounting standards

  • Properly record those transactions in a double-entry bookkeeping system

  • Prepare financial statements and related disclosures for commonly controlled groups,

    partnerships, and governmental subdivisions

  • Use annual reports of all varieties at an advanced level


This course introduces the basic principles of managerial accounting, including: cost accounting, budgeting, the use of accounting information for planning and control, and analysis for management decision-making.

Course Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:

  • Understand the principals of managerial and cost accounting at an elementary level

  • Identify common cost behaviors and use these to model the relationship between costs, volume

    and profitability

  • Understand the basic planning and budgeting process and analyze performance outcomes in

    relation to plans

  • Understand the relationship of organizational structure to accounting systems, and to the

    measurement and control of performance

  • Perform various forms of financial analysis to aid in making common management decisions



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