|SEMISTER 1||SEMISTER 2|
|COM 100||Business communication||MRK 210||Advanced Principles of Marketing|
|MNG 200||Introduction to management||SA 200||Sales Administration|
|MRK 200||Introduction to marketing||MRK 300||Marketing research|
|ACC 200||Introduction to accounting||BL 200||Business Law|
|CMP 120||Computer information Systems Applications||CB 200||Consumer behavior|
- COM 100: Business communication: Meaning of communication, Role and objective of communication in Hospitals
- MNG 200: Introduction to management: Allows students to get initiated to the management skills
- MRK 200: Introduction to marketing: helps students to learn the basics of marketing.
- ACC 200: Introduction to accounting: helps students to get initiated to the history and basics of accounting.
- CMP 120: Computer information Systems Applications: introduce students to the basic computer skills.
- MRK 210 : Advanced principles of marketing : integrated analysis of the role of marketing and explores marketing methods within the total organization, from the sole proprietorship to partnership to the corporation
- SA 200 : Sales Administration : A course on the professional, ethical, needs-based, non-manipulative, low-pressure, consultative approach to sales. Theories of selling, communicating, time management, and the relationship of sales
- MRK 300 : Marketing research : A study of the role of research in marketing decisions. Special emphasis is placed on data gathering, compilation, analysis, and interpretation including the writing and analysis of surveys
- BL 200 : Business Law : introduce students to the legal principales in business
- CB 200 : Consumer behavior : This course stresses the understanding of consumer behavior in developing marketing strategy
SEMISTER 3 SEMISTER 4
CODE COURSE CODE COURSE
ACC 201 Introduction to Financial Accounting ACC 230 Formal Financial Accounting
ACC 202 Financial Accounting : Foundations ACC 240 Managerial Accounting : Tools for facilitating and Guiding business decisions
ACC 210 Financial Accounting Fundamentals ACC 245 Managerial Accounting : Fundamentals
ACC 211 Accounting Analytics ACC 250 Managerial Accounting : Cost, Behaviors , Systems and Analysis
ACC 220 Accounting for Decision making ACC 251 Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination
- ACC 201 : Introduction to Financial accounting : Master the technical skills needed to analyze financial statements and disclosures for use in financial analysis, and learn how accounting standards and managerial incentives affect the financial reporting process.
- ACC 202 : Financial Accounting : Foundations : In this course, you will learn foundations of financial accounting information. You will start your journey with a general overview of what financial accounting information is and the main financial statements. You will then learn how to code financial transactions in financial accounting language. In the meantime, you will learn about the most important concept in contemporary financial accounting: accrual accounting.
- ACC 210 : Financial Accounting Fundamentals : This course will teach you the tools you’ll need to understand the fundamentals of financial accounting. Concise videos, the financial records of a small business, and “your turn” activities guide you through the three most commonly used financial statements: the Balance Sheet, the Income Statement, and the Statement of Cash Flows
- ACC 211 : Accounting Analytics : Accounting Analytics explores how financial statement data and non-financial metrics can be linked to financial performance.
- ACC 220 : Accounting for Decision making : Through this course, you will start by addressing the two “big questions” of accounting: “What do I have?” and “How did I do over time?” You will see how the two key financial statements – the balance sheet and the income statement – are designed to answer these questions and then move on to consider how individual transactions aggregate to make up these financial statement.
- ACC 230 : Formal Financial Accounting : This course builds upon what you learned in Financial Accounting: Foundations and Financial Accounting: Advanced Topics and introduces you to formal foundations of financial accounting. The main purpose of the course is to familiarize you with technical terms in financial accounting, such as debit, credit and T-account.
- ACC 240: Managerial Accounting: Tools for facilitating and Guiding business decisions: In this course, you will explore how to use accounting to allocate resources and incentivize manager and employee behaviors in using these resources. You will also learn how financial and non-financial accounting information facilitates strategic performance measurement and how to integrate this information to continuously improve strategy.
- ACC 245 : Managerial Accounting : Fundamentals : This course will teach you the fundamentals of managerial accounting including how to navigate the financial and related information managers need to help them make decisions. You’ll learn about cost behavior and cost allocation systems, how to conduct cost-volume-profit analysis, and how to determine if costs and benefits are relevant to your decisions.
- ACC 250: Managerial Accounting : Cost, Behaviors , Systems and Analysis: In this course, you will learn how to use accounting to facilitate and align decisions made by owners, managers, and employees. You will learn how accountants create, organize, interpret, and communicate information that improves internal processes, and allows organizations to identify and leverage opportunities to create value within the supply chain and with customers.
- ACC 251: Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination : In this course we are going to help you answer the questions: who commits fraud, why and how. We’ll also help you develop skills for catching them.
|SEMISTER 5||SEMISTER 6|
|ACC 300||Accounting for business decision making : Strategy assessment and control||ACC 350||Auditing|
|ACC 310||Accounting Analysis : Measurement and disclosure of liabilities||ACC 360||Taxation|
|ACC 320||Accounting Analysis : Accounting for Liabilities and equity||ACC 370||Accounting ethics|
|ACC 330||Fundamentals auditing||ACC 380||Government and Non-profit accounting|
|ACC 340||Management Accounting and Control||ACC 390||Contemporary auditing|
- ACC 300 :Accounting for business decision making : Strategy assessment and control : This course provides an introduction to accounting’s role in helping managers develop and implement, and improve the organization’s strategy. In particular, you will learn how non-financial and financial information is created, organized, and communicated to help managers make strategic decisions, as well as measure strategic success.
- ACC 310 :Accounting Analysis : Measurement and disclosure of liabilities : This course begins with a discussion of current liabilities and contingencies and continues with long-term debt and bonds. The course next explores accounting model for leases, both lessees and lessors, and a discussion on deferred tax assets and liabilities.
- ACC 320 :Accounting Analysis : Accounting for liabilities and equity : . This course focuses on the recognition, measurement and subsequent accounting for equity, pensions, share-based compensation and cash flows utilizing the FASB Accounting Standards Codification and other resources.
- ACC 330 : Fundamentals auditing : you will learn how to plan and implement financial audits as you examine the concepts of internal controls, statistical sampling and auditing and accounting standards.
- ACC 340 : Management Accounting and Control : This course examines management accounting and related analytical methodologies for decision making and control in profit-directed organizations. It also defines product costing, budgetary control systems, and performance evaluation systems for planning, coordinating, and monitoring the performance of a business.
- ACC 350 : Auditing : In this course, students focus on the auditing practice performed by public accountants. Topics include the CPA profession and the auditor’s role, planning the audit, audit reporting and required communications, evaluating internal controls, audit programs for current assets and liabilities, and audit programs for other business cycles.
- ACC 360 : Taxation : In this course, students develop an understanding of the federal income tax law and its application to individuals, partnerships, and corporations. Topics include tax entities, property transactions, calculating basis, gains and losses, alternative minimum tax, S corporations, and partnerships.
- ACC 370 : Accounting Ethics : In this course, students focus on core values of the accounting profession such as ethical reasoning, integrity, objectivity, and independence. Topics include economics, price and consumer behavior, business and accounting issues, ethics and information technology, and professional standards.
- ACC 380 :Government and Non-profit accounting: This course covers fund accounting, budget and control issues, revenue and expense recognition, and issues of reporting for both government and non-profit entities.
- ACC 390 : Contemporary auditing : This course deals with a company’s financial reports, internal controls, and Electronic Data Processing (EDP) systems. Topics include auditing standards, evidence, audit planning and documentation, materiality and risk, internal control, statistical tools, and the overall audit plan and program.