Macroeconomics provides the foundation for understanding the impact of consumer spending, business investment, government interventions, and business decisions on individuals and society.

This course is a continuation of accounting principles designed to help the student understand concepts of valuing long term assets, financial instruments, and corporate/managerial accounting.

This course is an introduction to ethics in both business and Information Technology.

Business Communications is the study of the many types of communications that take place in a business setting that include oral communications as well as written.  Positive news, negative news, persuasive messages, and proposals will be covered as well as employment documents.

This course is designed to give students a basic understanding of statistical processes and methods typically used in a business environment.

This is an introduction to marketing concepts. It is designed to give students an overview of the marketing process, from idea to delivery.