Courses

Independent Study

Course Prefix: 
BU
Course Number: 
491, 492, 493, 494
Course Credits: 
1- 3

Opportunity to work on a special project or investigation designed by the student and approved by the faculty sponsor. Prerequisite: Senior standing.

Independent Study

Course Prefix: 
IS
Course Number: 
491-494
Course Credits: 
1-3

Opportunity for the student to study specific topics of interest not covered in curriculum which would aid in overall content knowledge of business or help better prepare student for career. Must have approval of department. Prerequisite: junior or senior standing.

Accounting Basics

Course Prefix: 
BU
Course Number: 
150
Course Credits: 
3

Introductory course in basic accounting principles designed for non-business majors. Financial and managerial accounting topics relevant to the individual or small business owner are presented. Students who have completed BU 155 are not eligible to take this course.

Accounting Principles I

Course Prefix: 
BU
Course Number: 
155
Course Credits: 
4

Introductory course in financial accounting. Presents basic accounting theory, principles and practices related to double-entry system. Accounting cycle including journalizing and posting entries, preparing worksheet, making adjusting, closing, and reversing entries and preparing periodic statements is covered.
 

Accounting Principles II

Course Prefix: 
BU
Course Number: 
156
Course Credits: 
4

Continuation of BU 155. Application of basic principles of accounting to partnerships and corporations, owner’s equities, cost systems, management reports and financial statement analyses are presented. Prerequisite:BU 155..

Advanced Accounting

Course Prefix: 
BU
Course Number: 
455
Course Credits: 
4

Concepts, principles, theories and problems in accounting for business combinations, stock investments, partnerships, branch operations, foreign currency transactions, international operations and in the preparation of consolidated financial statements. Accounting and reporting by governmental units. Prerequisite: BU 256.

Advanced Corporate Finance

Course Prefix: 
BU
Course Number: 
400
Course Credits: 
3

This course expands on the fundamentals of corporate finance and introduces students to integrated financial analysis and issues relating to investment decisions, financing decisions, pay-out estimations and borrowing and leasing alternatives. Modern financial markets and instruments such as options and derivatives are examined as well as dividend and retention decisions to optimize shareholder value. The subject s of risk management, diversification and valuation also will be addressed.

Advanced Multimedia Development

Course Prefix: 
IS
Course Number: 
443
Course Credits: 
3

Focus on the physical design, testing and implementation of a multimedia module developed with an authoring program such as Macromedia Director. Prerequisites: IS 222 and 243.

Advertising

Course Prefix: 
BU
Course Number: 
390
Course Credits: 
3

Examines the place of advertising in the marketing of goods and services, the planning of effective advertising, the use of media in advertising and the management of advertising.

Auditing

Course Prefix: 
BU
Course Number: 
315
Course Credits: 
4

Concepts and objectives of auditing with emphasis on duties and responsibilities of the external auditor. Auditing standards, procedures and terminology are presented. Problems relating collection of evidence,evaluation of internal control, verification and preparation of working papers and reports. Prerequisite: BU 256.

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Events

August 3

Falcon Coder Camp

8:30 AM
E.g., 08/03/15
E.g., 08/03/15