The following 7 Foundation level courses are eligible for exemption:
BUS 291: Application of Statistics in Business
This course will introduce you to the statistical concepts that are essential to modern business and commerce. You will gain an understanding of how statistics is used in decision-making. You will learn the critical thinking process that will allow you to assess data sources and quality, conduct data analysis, make statistical inferences and build models. The course uses Microsoft Excel for calculations and data visualization.
BUSI 293: Introduction to Financial Accounting
Financial Accounting introduces the concepts, principles, and conventions used in preparing financial reports and interpreting financial statements. Students will develop an understanding of accounting policies, their rationale, and the implications for users of financial accounting information.
BUSI 294: Introduction to Management Accounting
Managerial Accounting focuses on the use of accounting systems in for and not-for-profit organizations to facilitate and influence decision making. The development of analytical skills pertaining to the identification and use of decision-relevant accounting information is emphasized.
BUSI 295 Managerial Economics
This course will introduce concepts and theories as they relate to microeconomics and macroeconomics. The first part of the course will focus on microeconomic principles as relevant to accounting; the second part will focus on macroeconomic principles, as relevant to accounting.
BUSI 335: Management Information Systems
This course examines the use, structure, principles of operation, underlying technologies and components of Transaction Processing Systems. Transaction Processing Systems are the backbone of any information-driven activity in a modern enterprise and are used to support business decision- making, regulatory oversight, intelligence and commercial transactions. Students will explore strategic considerations in information system development and gain an understanding of data capture and organization, user interface, internal controls, e-commerce technology, and risk management.
BUSI 370: Finance
Business Finance focuses on the theory and practice of corporate finance. Students will develop a working knowledge of financial markets and the quantitative and critical thinking skills required to analyze and evaluate individual and corporate financing and investment decisions.
BUSI 393: Commercial Law
Commercial Law introduces the legal environment in which business operates. Students explore legal issues encountered in business, strategies to avoid legal problems, and develop an understanding of the legal principles used by the courts to resolve disputes.