Course Information

 

for Business Management - Nonprofit Department


Intermediate Accounting (ACC 310)

Credits:3

3 Hours course reviews the contemporary accounting issues studied in ACC 300 and continues with a more comprehensive study of the major categories of the balance sheet, statement of cash flow, and income statements. In addition, students will be introduced to the accounting, analysis, and reporting of special topics such as pension/retirement, leases, inflation, income taxes, earning per share, and revenue recognition.

Managerial FInance (FIN 300)

Credits:3

Nonprofit Law and Governance (MGT 410)

Credits:3

TBD

Business Law (MGT 420)

Credits:3

3 Hours Course studies the basic principles of law applicable to the business world emphasizing the U.S. judicial system, contracts, sales, property, agency, and business organizations. The goal of the course is to provide the basic knowledge and understanding of legal theories and practical applications of rules/laws as they pertain to the decision-making aspect of administration and professional conduct in business.