Course Descriptions


ACC 501 Financial Accounting

Credits: 3(3-0-0) Prerequisite: None

The course is designed to develop an understanding of accounting principles based on basic concepts and methods used in corporate financial statement. Major topics include: the basic accrual model, analysis of transactions, balance sheet, income statement and cash flow statement construction and analysis. The course is expected to enable students to analyze the actual financial reports and understand how basic concepts and methods of financial accounting are applied to issues such as long-term assets, inventory, sales, receivables, debt securities, corporate ownership, international operations, and analysis of financial statements.
ACC 520 Managerial Accounting
BUS 505 Introduction to Business
BUS 504 Quantitative Methods
BUS 570 Managing Organization and People
BUS 580 Legal and Ethical Environment of Business
BUS 581 Managing Information
BUS 582 Production and Operation Management
BUS 590 Strategic Management
ECON 510 Managerial Economics
FIN 500 Principles of Finance
FIN 550 Financial Management
FIN 551 Investment Analysis & Portfolio Management
FIN 552 Corporate Finance
FIN 553 Financial Markets and Institutions
FIN 554 Financial Derivatives (3 credits)
FIN 555 Insurance and Risk Management
FIN 556 MNC Finance
FIN 559 Selected Topics in Finance
HRM 570 Human Resource Management
HRM 571 Human Resource Planning
HRM 572 Compensation Management
HRM 573 Employee Relations
HRM 574 Organizational Change and Development
HRM 575 Human Resource Development (3 Credits)
HRM 579 Selected Topics in Human Resources
MKT 530 Marketing Management
MKT 532 Marketing Research
MKT 533 Consumer Behavior
MKT 534 International Marketing
MKT 535 Electronic Marketing
MKT 538 Strategic Marketing
MKT 539 Selected Topics in Marketing