Course Descriptions

Business - BUS
  • BUS-001B
  • Elementary Principles of Acct.
  • Credit(s) 4

Elementary Principles of Accounting
BUS 001B is the study of how managers use accounting information in decision-making, planning, directing operations, and controlling. The course focuses on cost terms and concepts, cost behavior, cost control, profit planning, and performance analysis in manufacturing and service environments.

Class Hours:
72 Lecture
Prerequisite(s):
BUS 001A
Transfers to:
UC/CSU
C-ID:
ACCT 120
  • BUS-024
  • Business Mathematics
  • Credit(s) 3

Business Mathematics
BUS 024 introduces practical mathematical applications for business information students. Topics include, solving business problems using an electronic calculator, banking, payroll, invoicing, markups/markdowns, inventory valuation, interest, present and future value, credit cards, student loans, types of insurance, installment buying, and mortgages.

Class Hours:
54 Lecture
Transfers to:
CSU
C-ID:
BSOT 115X