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Department of Accounting, Economics and Finance
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Business Computer Information Systems (BCIS) Course Descriptions

1305/BCIS1305 Business Computer Applications. Computer terminology, hardware, software, operating systems and information systems relating to the business environment. The main focus of this course is on business applications of software, including word processing, spreadsheets, databases, presentation graphics and business utilization of the internet. (fall, spring, summer I, summer II)

4366 Business Modeling and Decision Making  Design and use of financial models for working capital management; cash flow projections; ratio analysis; capital budgeting; security valuation and selection; portfolio management; and real estate investment analysis.                                                                                             

Prerequisite: Business Computer Information Systems 1305 or equivalent, Finance 3361. (fall, spring)


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