This course is a good fit for anyone who is interested in understanding financial records and analysis for any small business. This course is also one of the foundations for
senior-level courses in the Agricultural Business program.
Students who successfully complete this course will learn and understand the underlying principles of sound financial analysis and how to apply this understanding to real-world
situations. This includes the ability to analyze past business performance as measured through coordinated financial statements, and to project future performance through budgeting techniques.
Successful students will be able to interpret and use financial records in business management. This includes developing and implementing records systems, generating and analyzing summary statements, and developing and using an array of budgeting and planning techniques for improved decision making.
BUS 150/CS 110 (Business Computing Concepts and Applications) or Business Programming Fundamentals; AREC 202 (Agricultural and Resource Economics) or ECON 202 (Principles of Microeconomics)
Students must contact Dr. Frasier when enrolling after August 21. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.