Degrees and Requirements

Accounting 4+1

The undergraduate Accounting major and the Master of Science in Accounting, programs in the Business Group, are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), a leading, specialized accreditation association for business education.

The 4+1 program was established to create a seamless transition from undergraduate to graduate study.  The Master of Science in Accounting offers an advanced level of study in various, specific topics in the accounting profession that do not typically appear in the undergraduate level.  Students enrolled in the program will be able to further their professional careers with the knowledge gained from these advanced level courses.  Students' successful completion of this program will meet the 150 hour CPA certificiation requirement.

To successfully complete the Accounting 4+1 major, the following coursework is required:

  • 48 credits listed under Business Core (major component)
  • 21 credits of Major Requirements
  • 6 credits of Major Electives
  • 9 credits of Skills Component
  • 34 CORE credits
  • General Elective credits if needed
  • 30 Master's Level Credits
  • A minimum of 150 credits are required for degree, the last 30 of which must be earned at La Roche College. (Developmental course work does not count toward the minimum number of credits required for graduation)

Summary of Requirements

Accounting Major Requirements: 21 credits

  • ACCT3001
    TAXATION I |

    ACCT3001
    TAXATION I |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    This introductory taxation course examines the basic income tax provisions of the federal Internal Revenue Code, with a particular focus on those provisions that affect the tax liabilities of individual taxpayers. This course focuses on some of the basic forms that must be submitted by taxpayers, recognition of present real world tax issues, planning strategies to ensure compliance with applicable law and regulations while minimizing the taxpayers’ exposure to liability, and the evaluation of the practical and ethical issues that may be encountered in implementing tax strategies. |

    PREREQUISITES:

    ACCT2004

  • ACCT3002
    TAXATION II |

    ACCT3002
    TAXATION II |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    This course examines the basic income tax provisions of the federal Internal Revenue Code, with a particular focus on those provisions applicable to partnerships, corporations, and other entities. This course focuses on choice of entity issues, tax accounting and procedural issues, planning strategies, and the evaluation of the practical and ethical issues that may be encountered in implementing tax strategies. |

    PREREQUISITES:

    ACCT2004

  • ACCT3011
    INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I |

    ACCT3011
    INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    The first of a two-course in-depth financial accounting sequence that examines the foundations of accounting theory and practice from the viewpoint of preparers and users of financial statements. This course focuses on a detailed examination and application of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles as they relate to the asset side of the balance sheet. Topics include the more complex details and attributes of accounting conceptual framework, financial statements and required disclosures, time value of money, cash, revenue recognition, receivables, inventory, and long-lived assets. |

    PREREQUISITES:

    ACCT2004

  • ACCT3012
    INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II |

    ACCT3012
    INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    The second of a two-course in-depth financial accounting sequence that examines the foundations of accounting theory and practice from the viewpoint of preparers and users of financial statements. This course focuses on a continuation of the detailed examination and application of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles as they relate to the liability and equity side of the balance sheet, along with the impact on the other financial statements. Topics include long-term debt, share-based compensation, earnings per share, leases, prior period adjustments, accounting changes, and the statement of cash flows.|

    PREREQUISITES:

    ACCT2004

  • ACCT3014
    COST ACCOUNTING |

    ACCT3014
    COST ACCOUNTING |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    Continuing to examine the internal uses of accounting information, this course focuses on the managerial roles of planning, controlling, motivating, and decision making. Topics include a detailed examination and application of internal costing systems, the master budget and responsibility accounting, inventory cost and capacity analysis, customer profitability analysis, allocation of common cost, and the costs of quality and time as components of the balanced scorecard.|

    PREREQUISITES:

    ACCT2013

  • ACCT4001
    ADVANCED ACCOUNTING |

    ACCT4001
    ADVANCED ACCOUNTING |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    A continued examination of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, this course focuses on complex and specialized accounting topics along with the procedures required for professional accounting certification. Topics include business combinations, governmental, not-for-profit organizations, foreign currency transactions and advanced specialized accounting issued relating to investments, plant assets, and cash flows.|

    PREREQUISITES:

    ACCT3012

  • ACCT4002
    AUDITING |

    ACCT4002
    AUDITING |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    Providing a thorough knowledge of auditing, this course focuses on the application of auditing principles, the attest function, and Generally Accepted Auditing Standards (GAAS). Topics include auditing and assurance services, professional standards, engagement planning, management fraud and audit risk, internal control evaluation, employee fraud, and reports on audited financial statements. |

    PREREQUISITES:

    ACCT3012

Business Core Requirements: 48 credits

  • ACCT2003
    ACCOUNTING I |

    ACCT2003
    ACCOUNTING I |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    The first of a two-course introductory financial accounting sequence that examines financial accounting from the viewpoint of preparers and users of financial statements. This course focuses on a basic introduction to Generally Accepted Accounting Principles along with the principles and concepts of recording, processing, and reporting accounting information. Topics include the accounting cycle, including financial statement preparation; merchandising operations, including inventory systems and cost flow assumptions; special journals; internal control systems; cash and bank reconciliations; and receivables and uncollectible accounts. |

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  • ACCT2004
    ACCOUNTING II |

    ACCT2004
    ACCOUNTING II |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    The second of a two-course introductory financial accounting sequence that examines financial accounting from the viewpoint of preparers and users of financial statements. This course focuses on a continuation of basic Generally Accepted Accounting Principles along with the principles and concepts of recording, processing, reporting, using, and analyzing accounting information. Topics include long-lived assets, current and long-term liabilities, partnership and corporate equity transactions, the statement of cash flows, and ratio analysis. |

    PREREQUISITES:

    ACCT2003

  • ACCT2013
    MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING |

    ACCT2013
    MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    An examination of the internal uses of accounting information, this course focuses on the relationship between accounting data and management’s information needs in support of planning, controlling, motivating, and decision making. Topics include costing systems and behaviors; product costs, period costs, and overhead application methods; cost-volume-profit analysis; budgeting; standards and variance analysis; and managerial decision making. |

    PREREQUISITES:

    ACCT2003

  • ADMG1005
    MACROECONOMICS |

    ADMG1005
    MACROECONOMICS |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    An introductory economics course focusing on the field of macroeconomics, including government spending, money, inflation, unemployment and taxes. Also included are brief sections on microeconomic and economic systems.|

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  • ADMG1006
    MICROECONOMICS |

    ADMG1006
    MICROECONOMICS |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    An introductory economics course focusing on the field of microeconomics. Price, cost and production theory are covered in relation to competitive, monopolistic and oligopolistic industry structure. The field of labor economics is treated in some detail. Some advanced macroeconomics topics are also covered.|

    PREREQUISITES:

  • ADMG1018
    FUNDAMENTALS OF MANAGEMENT |

    ADMG1018
    FUNDAMENTALS OF MANAGEMENT |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    An introduction to the three major schools of management thought: the classical, the behavioral and the management science schools. The major emphasis is on the fundamentals of each school of thought and also on the integrative approach to management, drawing on the systems and contingency approaches.|

    PREREQUISITES:

  • ADMG2009
    BUSINESS LAW I |

    ADMG2009
    BUSINESS LAW I |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    This course is an introduction to law and legal procedure. Contracts, their nature and requisites formation, operations, interpretation, discharge and remedies are discussed.|

    PREREQUISITES:

  • ADMG2018
    ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR |

    ADMG2018
    ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    This course provides an in-depth examination of organizational behavior from a macro-perspective. This course includes a review of the research on organizational structure, technology and the environment, as well as their relationship and the implications for effective organizational design. Also included in the course are discussions of organizational goals and effectiveness, organizational culture, organizational conflict and politics, and alternative organizational structure in the U.S. and abroad.|

    PREREQUISITES:

    ADMG1018

  • ADMG2025
    HUMAN RESOURCES ADMINISTRATION |

    ADMG2025
    HUMAN RESOURCES ADMINISTRATION |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    A study of the basics of human resources management including planning, recruitment selection, motivation and performance appraisal. Also treated are salary benefits systems and an introduction to EEOC and OSHA law.|

    PREREQUISITES:

  • ADMG4020
    OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT |

    ADMG4020
    OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    Study is given to the basic operations, functions and procedures. An analytical approach is utilized with emphasis on problem solving. Modern management science techniques such as linear programming, PERT and inventory control models are presented.|

    PREREQUISITES:

    Reserved for JR/SR Only

  • ADMG4055
    SEMINAR-BUSINESS POLICY |

    ADMG4055
    SEMINAR-BUSINESS POLICY |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    An intensive culmination and synthesization of the study of administration and management consisting of readings, case study and class discussion. The primary emphasis is on the development of the skills of strategic analysis from the viewpoint of the general manager.|

    PREREQUISITES:

    Reserved for Senior Only

  • FINC3032
    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT |

    FINC3032
    FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    An analytical study of external sources and processes of financing. Financial analysis tools, short-and long-term financing, dividend policy and capital budgeting are examined.fTÃvTJ3|

    PREREQUISITES:

    ACCT2004

  • FINC3036
    FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS |

    FINC3036
    FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    This course will provide for an understanding of the various types of financial institutions that exist and operate in the American economy. Their relationship and activities in the international environment will also be addressed.|

    PREREQUISITES:

    ADMG1018

  • INMT3039
    INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MGMT |

    INMT3039
    INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MGMT |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    An introduction to international business management with particular emphasis on the field of international finance and economics. In addition, the course deals with problems in the area of finance, marketing, production and organization, both from the perspective of the multinational corporation and the domestic corporation trading in international markets.|

    PREREQUISITES:

  • ISTC1005
    PRACTICAL COMPUTER APPLICATIONS |

    ISTC1005
    PRACTICAL COMPUTER APPLICATIONS |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    This course provides the student with hands-on use of personal computers and Microsoft Office. Email etiquette and management as well as effective and efficient access and evaluation of information from the Internet are also introduced. Emphasis is on learning the concepts and skills necessary to complete the task at hand using the computer, related software, and the Internet. While learning the keystrokes is important, equally important is using the right tool for the right job. Word processing, electronic spreadsheets, graphic presentations, and the Windows Operating environments including file and folder management are presented in this course.|

    PREREQUISITES:

  • MRKT2021
    MARKETING MANAGEMENT(ADMG2021) |

    MRKT2021
    MARKETING MANAGEMENT(ADMG2021) |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    A basic study of marketing systems in the American economy. This course includes, identifying the activities involved in the flow of goods among manufacturers, brokers, wholesalers, retailers and consumers. The nature of demand, buyer behavior, costs and pricing, sales strategies, promotions and techniques are presented.Cross-listed with ADMG2021|

    PREREQUISITES:

Major Electives: 6 credits

  • ACCT2025
    ACCOUNTING WITH COMPUTERS |

    ACCT2025
    ACCOUNTING WITH COMPUTERS |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    A hands-on experience of the integration of technology into the accounting field. This course enables students to work through a complete accounting cycle using a commercial accounting software package. Topics include the preparation of accounting information and its subsequent uses, as well as the instruction of advanced skills needed to use spreadsheet software to prepare schedules commonly found in an accounting environment.|

    PREREQUISITES:

    ACCT2004

  • ACCT4051
    ACCOUNTING-INTERNSHIP I |

    ACCT4051
    ACCOUNTING-INTERNSHIP I |

    Credits (Min/Max): 1/6

    A field experience in an accounting position, supervised by field instructor as well as college faculty. The internship is designed to increase understanding of accounting and the accounting-related issues and perspectives as they relate to the business and social environment.|

    PREREQUISITES:

    Junior or Senior status

  • ACCT4052

    ACCT4052

    Credits (Min/Max): /

    PREREQUISITES:

    Junior or Senior status

  • ADMG2010
    BUSINESS LAW II |

    ADMG2010
    BUSINESS LAW II |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    Study of sales: Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code, transfer of title, warranties, rights and remedies of buyer and seller; Commercial paper; Article 3 of the Uniform Commercial Code and Article 4 of the Uniform Commercial Code: Bank Deposits.|

    PREREQUISITES:

    ADMG2009

  • ADMG3010
    BUSINESS ORGANIZATION & REGULATION |

    ADMG3010
    BUSINESS ORGANIZATION & REGULATION |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    This course studies the concepts of Unincorporated Business Association and Corporations. It also provides an overview of the issues relating to the Regulation of Business.|

    PREREQUISITES:

    ADMG2009

  • FINC3031
    INVESTMENTS |

    FINC3031
    INVESTMENTS |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    An analysis of securities and a study of principles of governing the management of investment assets in light of relevant economic factors.|

    PREREQUISITES:

    ACCT2004

  • FINC3034
    COMMERCIAL BANK MANAGEMENT |

    FINC3034
    COMMERCIAL BANK MANAGEMENT |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    This course incorporates a financial framework for students to view banking as a participant in the evolving financial services industry.|

    PREREQUISITES:

    FINC3032

  • FINC4033
    MANAGERIAL FINANCE |

    FINC4033
    MANAGERIAL FINANCE |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    An advanced course in corporate finance. Case studies utilized to describe a series of decisions facing the corporate managers of domestic and multinational firms as they assess the value of various investment and financial strategies. Practical and conceptual issues facing managers in large and small firms are addressed.|

    PREREQUISITES:

    FINC3032

  • INMT4046
    INTERNATIONAL FINANCE |

    INMT4046
    INTERNATIONAL FINANCE |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    A growing number of firms engage in various types of international financial transactions. This course focuses on international financial management issues such as foreign exchange markets, international capital markets such as Eurobond markets and international banks, international banking and international risk analysis.|

    PREREQUISITES:

    FINC3032

  • INMT4048
    INTERNATIONAL LEGAL ENVIRONMENT (INST4048) |

    INMT4048
    INTERNATIONAL LEGAL ENVIRONMENT (INST4048) |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    This course introduces concepts of international laws of contracts, sales and negotiable instruments. It also provides an overview of problems related to dispute settlement in international business and governmental administrative conflicts that restrict commerce between residents of different nations. Cross-listed with INST4048 |

    PREREQUISITES:

    ADMG2009

  • ISTC1006
    ADVANCED PRACTICAL COMPUTER APPLICATIONS |

    ISTC1006
    ADVANCED PRACTICAL COMPUTER APPLICATIONS |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    This user-oriented course is for students who already understand the fundamentals of PC-compatible functions of Microsoft Windows and the Microsoft Office Suite software, Word, Excel, Access, and Power Point. This course provides the student with an introduction to the advanced features and functions of PC-compatible computer software, in general, and Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office Suite in particular. Through coverage of the advanced features of those programs, the student will acquire the solid working knowledge of them required of today's professionals. In addition, the course will improve the student's working knowledge and proficiency with the basics of those programs. The course also provides peripheral coverage of the major components of management information systems and decision support systems.|

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  • ISTC2021
    MGMT OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS |

    ISTC2021
    MGMT OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    This course provides discussion and analysis of current issues related to the management of information systems. The components of an information system; hardware, software, data, connectivity, procedures and people are discussed in relationship to a variety of information systems including collaboration information systems, social media information systems, and enterprise wide systems such as Enterprise Resource Planning, Customer Relationship Management and Supply Chain Management. Other major areas of analysis include cloud computing, business intelligence, and the Systems Development Life Cycle. The focus of the analysis is using Information Systems to gain a competitive advantage in the marketplace.

    PREREQUISITES:

  • ISTC2045
    DATA BASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS |

    ISTC2045
    DATA BASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    This course provides the basic knowledge required to operate and use a computer to perform the practical tasks of data file creation, retrieval of data and maintenance of data files. DBMS's are used for all types of applications involving medium-to-large scale data files. Major focus is on the acquisition of a working knowledge of the theories, principles and operating procedures of data base management systems using a representative DBMS. This course is appropriate for all potential users of computers in all fields of study.|

    PREREQUISITES:

    ISTC1005

  • ISTC2050
    DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS |

    ISTC2050
    DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    In this course, the features and operations of centralized, decentralized and distributed systems are examined. Implications of hardware, software and communications are discussed in relationship to the design, development and implementation of communication systems. Industry-wide standards, protocols and architectures are discussed within the context of enterprise wide systems. |

    PREREQUISITES:

    ISTC1005

Master's Level : 30 credits

  • ACCT5020
    ETHICS & PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES IN ACCOUNTING |

    ACCT5020
    ETHICS & PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES IN ACCOUNTING |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    This course addresses the accountant's ethical and professional responsibilities when dealing with clients, perspective clients, field work, fellow employees, and within society itself. The student will be presented with numerous situations or case studies where an individual's ethical standards are challenged. Also addressed in the course is how a business's work environment can affect the ethical decision making of its employees.|

    PREREQUISITES:

  • ACCT5035
    MODERN ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS |

    ACCT5035
    MODERN ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    This course examines the risk and control issues specific to the use of information systems in an organization and how these issues affect presentations on the financial statements. Students will analyze and evaluate accounting information systems that support business processes as well as management control and decision-making. Students will learn to determine and document user requirements, communicate results, and support decision-making. Also, students will develop the ability to identify key issues, analyze information, and formulate appropriate and feasible recommendations in regard to accounting information systems.|

    PREREQUISITES:

  • ACCT5040
    THE BUSINESS OF READING & WRITING |

    ACCT5040
    THE BUSINESS OF READING & WRITING |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    This course introduces the student to writings from books and journals that will impact the manner in which students perceive their careers, supervisors, and subordinates. While many of the readings are authored by people from the business world, writings from other fields relevant to the course topics may be used.|

    PREREQUISITES:

  • ACCT5050
    FRAUD EXAMINATION |

    ACCT5050
    FRAUD EXAMINATION |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    This course highlights controls that prevent fraud and abuse, explores the most common asset theft fraud schemes and teaches the skills needed to determine if inappropriate actions have occurred. It explores the prevailing theories of criminal behavior related to white collar crime, as well as the basics of the regulatory, criminal justice and civil justice systems, relevant federal and state statutes and regulations related to fraud. It also covers fraud prevention and investigation tools related to asset misappropriation.|

    PREREQUISITES:

    Graduate Students Only

  • ACCT6020
    ADVANCED FORENSIC ACCOUNTING |

    ACCT6020
    ADVANCED FORENSIC ACCOUNTING |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    This course focuses on detailed financial analysis of various corporate reports to determine if unusual trends appear. Bank fraud, money laundering and bankruptcy proceedings will be studied. Students will study the provisions of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and distinguish the procedures of fraud investigation from the regular auditing process. This course would be intended to provide students with extended practical guidance and enhance an auditor's abilities to recognize, prevent, and detect financial frauds in organizations. Through case studies, this course will increase students' knowledge about fraud and help students develop the skills to conduct fraud investigations. |

    PREREQUISITES:

  • ACCT6050
    WEALTH MANAGEMENT |

    ACCT6050
    WEALTH MANAGEMENT |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    Wealth management is an investment advisory discipline that incorporates financial planning, investment portfolio management and a number of aggregated financial services. Wealthy individuals, small business owners, and families who desire the assistance of a credentialed financial advisory specialist call upon wealth managers to coordinate retail banking, estate planning, legal resources, tax professionals and investment management. This course introduces the student these areas of asset management by identifying various strategies and practices that best fit the aforementioned groups who need the skills of a professional financial manager.|

    PREREQUISITES:

  • ACCT6060
    ACCOUNTING FOR NOT-FOR-PROFIT ENTITIES |

    ACCT6060
    ACCOUNTING FOR NOT-FOR-PROFIT ENTITIES |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    This course will cover aspects of accounting that are unique to governmental and not-for-profit organizations. Financial reporting for state and local governments will be covered along with accounting for non-profit entities conducting business-type activities. In addition, regulatory, taxation and performance issues will be discussed. Reference is made to pronouncements of the AICPA, FASB, GASB and other authoritative sources. |

    PREREQUISITES:

  • ACCT6080
    CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN TAXATION |

    ACCT6080
    CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN TAXATION |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    This course will enlighten the student about current tax topics being discussed in Congress or in the court system. An additional focus will be tax planning and compliance.|

    PREREQUISITES:

    Graduate Students Only

  • ACCT6085
    INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTING |

    ACCT6085
    INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTING |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    This course examines major international dimensions of financial accounting. Discussion will ensue in regard to national and cultural influences on accounting and on the accounting profession. This course investigates financial regulation and varying financial reporting standards in selected foreign countries. It also introduces students to managerial accounting issues raised by international businesses. Analysis and use of the International Accounting Standards are the focus. This course will enable students to acquire skills and perspectives for dealing with international accounting and business issues. |

    PREREQUISITES:

  • ACCT6099
    APPLIED RESEARCH |

    ACCT6099
    APPLIED RESEARCH |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    This course requires the masters students to apply their knowledge to a field work assignment assisting a business or businesses in solving accounting problems that the company is experiencing. Students will identify the organizations for their project and have them approved by the instructor. Their efforts will culminate in a written report and class presentation outlining the issues identified and the steps taken to solve each problem.|

    PREREQUISITES:

Skills Component Requirements: 9 credits

  • ADMG3024
    PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATION |

    ADMG3024
    PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATION |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    This course is designed to provide students in the professional areas with training in preparing and giving professional presentations. Students will develop skills in audience/client assessment, research, presentation design and development, using presentation tools and presentation evaluation.|

    PREREQUISITES:

    Reserved for JR/SR Only

  • MATH1030
    CALCULUS FOR BUSINESS, ECONOMICS& MGMT SCIENCES |

    MATH1030
    CALCULUS FOR BUSINESS, ECONOMICS& MGMT SCIENCES |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    A one-semester course in the differential and integral calculus of functions of a single variable. Emphasis on concepts and the skills of differentiation and integration with applications from Administration, Economics and Managerial Sciences.|

    PREREQUISITES:

    MATH1010

  • MATH1040
    PROBABILITY & STATISTICS |

    MATH1040
    PROBABILITY & STATISTICS |

    Credits (Min/Max): 3/3

    The study of the fundamentals of probability theory with applications to natural and social sciences as well as to mathematics. Discrete and continuous distributions, sampling theory, linear correlation, regression, statistical inference, estimation and analysis of variance are included.|

    PREREQUISITES:

    MATH1010