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Business Core Requirements

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Business Requirements    (Please check the specific requirements for your degree.)

ACC 211         Principles of Financial Accounting   Course explores the role of accounting in providing financial information about anenterprise to decision-makers. Emphasis is placed on understanding financial accounting from a user perspective. Course covers the reporting of financial position including coverage of assets, liabilities, equity accounts, the results of operations, and cash flows. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing (at least 30 credits completed).

ACC 212         Managerial Accounting   Introduction to managerial accounting. Topics include various product costing techniques, analysis of cost behavior patterns, budgeting, and the use of accounting information to solve problems. The course is taught from a managerial perspective. Prerequisite: ACC 211.

BSL 212          Introduction to Business Law   Introduction to law and legal procedure. Contracts: nature and requisites, formation, operations, interpretation, discharge and remedies. Sales: Uniform Commercial Code, transfer of title, warranties, rights and remedies of buyer and seller. (Writing Intensive)

ECO 211         Economic Principles and Problems (Microeconomics)   Fundamental course devoted to development and application of basic analytical tools and principles required for an understanding of major economic problems and policy alternatives available for their solution. Particular emphasis on microeconomic analysis. Areas covered include the study of markets under varying conditions of competition, including market deficiencies such as pollution, etc., prices and resource allocation distribution of income, including poverty problems, the economics of the firm and the government, and international economic relations. (This course is required for the BBA degree and for all Economics majors.)

ECO 212         Economic Principles and Problems (Macroeconomics)   Continuation of ECO 211.  Particular emphasis on macroeconomic analysis. Areas covered include national income and employment analysis, money and banking, economic growth, and comparison of different economic systems, including the problems of developing the less developed world.  (This course is required for the BBA degree and for all Economics majors.)

ECO 302         Micro Economic Theory   Intermediate level analysis of the role of price in resource allocation in markets of varying degrees of competition, as well as in the determination of wages, rent, interest, profits, and public policy. Prerequisite: ECO 211 and 212 or permission of instructor. (This course is required for the BBA and BS degrees.)
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