This course is aimed to explore the basis structures and concepts of accounting. Accounting processes for a merchandising enterprise, including the entire accounting cycle, are studied in depth. Emphasis is placed on preparation of worksheets, adjusting and closing entries and financial statements. Some additional topics covered in detail are evaluation of inventories, deferrals and accruals, methods of depreciation, bank reconciliation, corporations and bonds payable.
This course incorporates current theory and practice relating to starting and managing small firms. It provides a comprehensive coverage of critical small business issues; numerous real-world examples to help students understand how to apply the business management concepts presented in the text, and incorporates material to help them explore small business issues in the amazing world of the Internet.
Marketing Management is the art and science of choosing target markets and getting, keeping, and growing customers through creating, delivering, and communicating superior customer value. Marketing management seeks to meet organizational objectives by effectively satisfying customers in a dynamic environment. This course provides an overview of marketing processes and marketing principles, and provides students with the opportunity to apply the key concepts to practical business situations.
The course is aimed to current the complete area of the human resource management field. Emphasis is placed in the areas of staffing, training and developing human potential, compensation, benefits, and performance management. The legal framework for equal employment opportunity is covered along with affirmative action. Human Resource Information Services (HRIS) will be introduced.