Upper Level Courses in the BBA Degree in Accounting
Comment on Math Requirements
In addition to Area A math, students graduating prior to 2007 must
complete MATH 2400; students graduating 2007 or later must
complete MATH 2040 and MATH 2400.
Courses required for all BBA students
BUSA 3110 Statistical Analysis for Production,
Operations, and Management (W)
Prerequisite: MATH 2400. A second course in statistical methods
with special reference to applications in business and industry.
Topics include data collection, sampling, regression, forecasting,
and statistical quality control. Spreadsheet software is used
extensively in the course. It is recommended that students without
experience using spreadsheets complete CSCI 1100 prior to taking
this course. This course should be taken as soon as the
prerequisites are satisfied.
BUSA 3120 Production and Operations Management
Prerequisite: MATH 2400. This course familiarizes the student
with the nature and scope of production and operations
management in modern industry. The topics emphasized include
operations philosophies, operations strategy, inventory control,
project management, scheduling, and other current topics selected
by the instructor.
FINC 3440 Principles of Finance [C]
Prerequisites: ACCT 2101 & ECON 2106. A study of financial
concepts with emphasis on understanding how the principles of
financial management can be used to enhance the value of a firm.
Topics include the time value of money, valuation models for
bonds and stocks, the relationship of risk and rate of return, capital
management fundamentals, and financial statement analysis.
ECON 3441 Money and Banking [R]
A study of the basic principles and concepts of money and credit
and their importance in the present economy. The major topics
emphasized are the commercial banking system, central banking as
a means of expanding and stabilizing the supply of money and
credit, monetary theory, monetary and fi