GLOB 271. World History since 1500. 3 Credit Hours
This course is an historical study of the major regions and cultures of the world during the last five centuries, with attention to their connections and interactions and to the development of global trends. Political, economic, social, intellectual, and cultural factors will be considered, and special emphasis will be placed on the emergence and the challenges of the peoples of the "third world". One theme will be an analysis of the processes of "modernization". This course is cross-listed with HIS 271.
FIN 201. Financial Management. 3 Credit Hours
This course deals with the financial management of the business enterprise and the role of the financial manager in value creation. Major topics include the time value of money, risk and return, security valuation, capital budgeting, cash and liquidity management, management of current liabilities, dividend policy, cost of capital, capital structure policy and the evaluation of alternative methods of financing.
Pre/Co requisites: MATH 201 or AM 231
Prerequisites: GFOB 100
ACG 320. International Accounting. 3 Credit Hours.
In this course, students will investigate how financial reporting develops differently across geographic boundaries. Students will learn how the use of financial accounting information by different groups causes the focus of financial accounting to differ. They will also learn how different accounting rules will result in significant differences in published financial reports. This course is a required course for International Business majors and may be taken by accounting concentrators as an open elective only.
Prerequisites: ACG 203 and Sophomore Standing
MGT 312. Human Resources Management. 3 Credit Hours.
An in-depth study of the principles of human resources management, this course emphasizes the broad functions that managers and staff personnel officers must understand in order to develop an effective working force.
Prerequisites: Sophomore standing