Leaders must know when to adapt. This is where self-awareness plays a big part.
Principles of Financial Accounting 3 ; Fa, Sp A study of the fundamentals of financial record keeping and basic accounting principles. Principles of Managerial Account 3 ; Fa, Sp An introduction to management accounting and application of accounting to business decisions.
ACCT — Individual Taxation 3 ; Fa Study of federal tax legislation as applied to individual incomes, with some study of taxation on business.
Recommended for non-business majors. ACCT or permission of instructor. Intermediate Accounting 1 3 ; Fa, Sp Critical study of standards for asset valuation and income determination. Cost Accounting 3 ; Fa A study of the job order, process, and standard cost system. Accounting Technology 3 ; Fa, Sp A study of computerized financial accounting technology using integrated accounting systems.
Selected Topics in Accounting 3 ; Variable Course in a topic or topics in accounting. May be repeated with a change in content. Governmental Accounting 3 ; Sp This course covers accounting principles and procedures for governmental and institutional units and fiduciaries.
In addition, the course provides a foundation for not-for-profit accounting. Auditing 3 ; Sp Techniques of auditing procedures. It is interactive, and develops basic ASL competency and imparts grammatical and cultural knowledge useful to the beginning signer.
American Sign Language 2 4 ; Fa, Sp This second half of the beginning-level American Sign Language course expands the general objectives of the first course. The course continues to be interactive and develops basic ASL competency. Special attention is given to grammatical and cultural knowledge useful to the beginning signer.
This course continues to be interactive, develops intermediate ASL competency, and grammatical and cultural knowledge useful to the intermediate signer. LANG or equivalent. Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology 3 ; Fa, Sp A study of the concepts of culture and its application in the analysis of human group behavior.
NM Common Course Number: Introduction to Physical Anthropology and Archaeology 3 ; Fa, Sp Introduction to the subdisciplines of physical anthropology and archaeology in the investigation of the origin, distribution, adaptation and evolution of early humans, up to the rise of civilization in the Old and New World.
ANTH — May be repeated with change of content.
Independent Research 3 ; Var Individual, directed research arranged with an instructor. Sociocultural Theory 3 ; Fa Survey of the principal developments of sociocultural theory that have contributed to the emergence, development, and consolidation of the disciplines of anthropology and sociology.
One introductory course in anthropology or sociology. Anthropological Theory 3 ; Var A survey of the major directions in contemporary American and Western European anthropology. One introductory course in sociology or anthropology.
Research Methods in Social Relations 3 ; Fa This course is the first in the series of methodology courses offered by sociology. The course examines the ways in which social scientist investigates society and social phenomena. Student will be led through some of the same reasoning that researchers use whey they think about doing their work in a professional setting.
Students will learn how to survey and identify major research issues and methods using both quantitative and qualitative studies. The main objective of this course is to develop an interest among students to challenge ideas that are presented as fact and be able ask questions related to the research process including design, sampling, data gathering and generalization issues.
Students are expected to be able to apply their understanding of the research process to answer questions they find interesting by adopting appropriate methodology. Communicating their findings from various projects is essential.
Topics covered include research design, measurement, sampling techniques, surveys, experiments, field research, unobtrusive research measure, applied research, and an introduction to data analysis and report writing.
The destination and time in the field vary and are announced at the time of offering. A preparation session before departure is required. Method and Theory in Archaeology 3 ; 2, 2 Var The purpose, techniques, methods and theory of archaeology in the study of the human past and in the context of modern science.
ANTH and or Permission of instructor.The problem with simple rules is the volume of computation. Theoretically you could write a tax code using quantum mechanics, but good luck calculating your tax each year (or before the heat death of .
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Managing Financial Resources and Decisions; Analyzing LVMH; Persuasive Essay on Bullying; Management-Case Study (Chapter 1) Lease vs. Buy. The Division's faculty members have diverse research interests, including health services research, clinical epidemiology, medical ethics, medical education, and medical informatics.
Lease vs. Buy Decisions Analyzing Lease Vs Buy Decisions In a company's plan for acquiring valuable equipments and assets vital to its operation, there is always a question raised by the management and top executives, that is, whether to lease or buy.
This important question is a common dilemma among financial managers of a company. “Gaming, simulation, role-playing, improvisational theater, immersive travel, and similar experiences can help leaders create safe zones to practice their own leadership.” Gaming allows for immersive learning.