Business Economics and Accounting Fundamentals for Entrepreneurs and Managers
Summer 2017 quarter (First Session)
Success in management for both non-profit and small business enterprises requires a basic level of knowledge and proficiency in economics, finance and accounting. This course provides a foundational knowledge and skill training in the areas of management, economics and finance for small businesses. This two-credit course will focus on the financial aspects of business, specifically: business accounting, finance, money and banking.
Students will have the opportunity to explore the issues, challenges and opportunities which arise from working in the area of small business and non-profit enterprises, and to investigate several key aspects of the international business environment such as trade and globalization.
This course is intended for students interested in the fields of entrepreneurship, accounting for small business, and economics.
Fields of Studybusiness and management
Business, economics, non-profit management, entrepreneurship.
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