Begin to speak accounting, the “language of business”. Learn how transactions and events related to cash, receivables, long-lived assets, liabilities, and equity are captured in financial terms and are compiled into financial statements. Read and interpret financial statements, and compare performance from one year to the next or one business to the next.
Prerequisites:
Introduction to Business
BUS‑121
Discover the crucial role business plays in your life as a consumer and employee. Relate the purpose and necessity of profit to a business’s goals for employees, suppliers, the community, the environment, and other stakeholders. Use effective marketing, financial management, and people strategies, combined with the right form of business ownership, to achieve those goals.
Introduction to Business (BUS‑121) Normally required in Year 1 for Business students
Corequisites:
Introduction to Business
BUS‑121
Discover the crucial role business plays in your life as a consumer and employee. Relate the purpose and necessity of profit to a business’s goals for employees, suppliers, the community, the environment, and other stakeholders. Use effective marketing, financial management, and people strategies, combined with the right form of business ownership, to achieve those goals.
Introduction to Business (BUS‑121)

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