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Course Descriptions

Business, Management, Marketing, Finance and Accounting Courses

Accounting 1 Introductory Accounting 5 Units
The student will learn basic accounting theory and procedures. Student will prepare books of original entry and post to general and subsidiary ledgers.
Accounting 2 Introductory Accounting II 5 Units
Application of basic accounting principles to specialized business operations and organizations including partnerships, corporations and organizations, branch offices and manufacturing enterprises.
Accounting 15 Tax Accounting 3 Units
A study of Federal and California State Income Taxes as they apply to individuals and sole proprietorships and an analysis of laws, consideration of appropriate accounting procedures, and preparation of reports and returns.
Finance 1 Principles of Finance 2 Units
This course is designed to cover the markets in which funds are traded, the financial institutions that participate in and aid the flow of funds, and the principles of financial management that guide the participants in making sound decisions.
Finance 8 Personal Finance & Investments 3 Units
Helps the individual manage, optimize and preserve personal income, expenditure and investments.
Business 1 Introduction to Business 3 Units
The student will learn the various forms of business organizations. Other topics covered include management, organization, financing, marketing and the risks involved in business and with government’s role in business.
Business 5 Business law 1 3 Units
This course is a study of the fundamental principles of law as they apply in the business world. The course examines legal rights and remedies, business torts and crimes, contracts, agency, employment, and negotiable instruments.
Business 172 Global Business  
An overview of the key issues and emerging trends of the global business environment, national business environment, international trade and investment, international financial systems, and international business management. The challenges of globalization in business and how to successfully combat them are explored.
Business 174 Leadership  
Introduces students to the tasks, strategies, and skills of effective leadership. Course activities will move students from theory to the practical processes of leadership, and will focus on the most important skills necessary to succeed in any professional environment—leading people, inspiring commitment, and managing change. Students will explore the latest in leadership theory as well as develop their own leadership style and competencies.
Management 2 Organization & Management Theory 3 Units
This is a beginning course in theory and practice of management organization. It gives a realistic account of what managers actually do and what they face.
Management 13 Small Business Management 3 Units
This course presents a systematic approach to startup and management of small business operations.
Management 31 Human Relations 3 Units
Demonstrates the practical application of basic psychology in planning, conducting and evaluating conferences and interviews.
Management 33 Human Resources Management 3 Units
This course is designed for all those interested in people working within organizations. The role of human resources is examined.
Marketing 1 Principles of selling 3 Units
Emphasizes how to structure a complete professional sales presentation in the proper psychological sequence for maximum motivation appeal.
Marketing 21 Principles of Marketing 3 Units
A course designed to provide the student with a lively and comprehensive introduction to concepts and principles of marketing from a marketing manager perspective.
Marketing 22 Green Marketing 3 Units
Analyzes emerging green marketing trends with an overview of key issues and challenges involved in sustainable marketing that relate to product development, product life cycle, marketing strategies, channels, communications and practices within the context of corporate social responsibility and environmental sustainability.