AS in Business Course Descriptions

Acc 201 – Principles of Accounting I  (3 credit hours) 
An introduction to financial accounting that explains the accounting principles and procedures used to record and report economic events of a business entity. Financial accounting focuses on the preparation of accounting information for users outside the business entity.

Acc 202 – Principles of Accounting II (3 credit hours) 
A continuation of the introduction to financial accounting principles and an introduction to managerial accounting. Managerial accounting focuses on the preparation and use of accounting information by management. Prerequisite: Acc 201.

BAd 103 – Introduction to Software Applications (3 credit hours) 
Survey of the Windows operating system and business software applications, including word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and database software. Fulfills computer com- petency for Business or Accounting majors.

BAd 301 – Business Law (3 credit hours) 
A basic course dealing with the history and operation of the law, the law of contracts, and some description of other important segments of law useful to business students. Prerequisite: Junior status or permission.

Eco 202 – Economic Concepts II (Microeconomics) (3 credit hours) 
An introduction to the functions of an economic system with an emphasis on decision-making by individuals and firms in a market economy.

Mgt 306 – Management Concepts  (3 credit hours) 
The study of principles of management focused around a central core of planning, organizing, directing, controlling, and staffing. Prerequisite: Sophomore status.

Mkt 307 – Marketing Concepts  (3 credit hours) 
The study of the principles of marketing around the themes of product, price, place, and promotion. Prerequisite: Sophomore status.