ELEMENTS OF STATISTICS
Descriptive statistics, elements of probability, the binomial and normal probability models; large and small sample hypothesis testing, correlation and regression analysis. Use of computer packages. This course does not count toward mathematics major credit. Cross-listed with SOC 279.
(MAT 095 and MAT 100) or MAT 101 or placement are prerequisites for this class.
INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING I
Introduction to Accounting I provides an introduction to financial accounting as the means of recording, storing and summarizing economic events of the business enterprise to meet external reporting needs. Emphasis is placed on the preparation and analysis of financial statements and other financial reports to the public based on the accounting equation, accrual accounting concepts, and data gathering techniques. Topics include corporate accounting for current and long term assets and current liabilities, and the corporate income statement. ACC 100 is a mandatory lab component of ACC 101, except for Summer and Accountancy Honors sections.
MAT 130 is a prerequisite for this class.
PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT
Effective application of managerial techniques and concepts to continually improve an organization's competitive position in the marketplace. Topics include management processes, values and attitudes, ethics and diversity, the global environment of management, strategic planning, organizational structures, motivation, leadership, teams, human resources, organizational control, organizational communications, and career management.
At least 88 cumulative units is a prerequisite for Business courses that require Junior standing.