6 Week Session

  • This course introduces students to the accounting cycle and methods to record and report financial information through application of procedures used to classify, record, and interpret business transactions and prepare financial statements. Students will demonstrate an understanding of the Accounting equation and explain the purpose of the closing process. (Note: 3 lecture credits)

  • This course provides an overview of the American free enterprise market system. The course introduces students to entrepreneurship and the business process, with a balanced overview of the interwoven nature of basic business discipline and principles. Topics to be explored include business formation and practices, small business management, market dynamics, economic systems, competitive strategies, business ethics and social responsibilities. (Note: 3 lecture credits)

  • This course strengthens the theory and applications of commonly used business calculations such as simple and compound interests, face value, maturity value, and present value computations by using the 10-key calculators and electronic-displaying printing calculators. Emphasis will be placed on hands-on skills through the completion of the Assimilation Package (18 hands-on jobs). (Note: 3 lecture credits)

  • This course provides an introduction to both the theory and applications of statistical methods used for a description and analysis of business problems. The course develops a student’s analytical skills by introducing basic statistical concepts and techniques, including probability and sampling, descriptive statistics, inference, regression and one- way analysis of variance. The course will rely on business case scenarios for practical applications and conclude with how statistics are used in society and business. (Note: 3 lecture credits)