Provider image

Propero

Propero® is a self-paced online learning program that allows students to master academic courses at their own pace, using award-winning content and academic support provided by Pearson. Propero provides a fully supported, self-paced course option to students who may be shut out of fully booked classes, balancing a full-time career, or who could simply benefit from added flexibility when earning college credit. 

Educational Offerings

Event image
Define terms related to business accounting Apply accounting concepts and principles Prepare financial statements Analyze financial statements for decision making Evaluate internal controls Account for partnership transactions
$299.00
Online - Self-Directed
Teen, Adult
This course provides an introduction to business accounting. Topics include accounting concepts and principles, financial statements, internal control design, and accounting for partnerships.
Like 5  Comment 10  Share
Event image
Define terms related to business accounting Apply a working knowledge of accounting concepts and principles Demonstrate the ability to prepare and understand corporate financial statements Analyze financial statements using various ratios and tools Describe long-term liabilities Examine concepts related to managerial accounting Examine how managers use financial information to guide important decisions Apply concepts related to managerial accounting Prepare and analyze various types of budgets
$299.00
Online - Self-Directed
Teen, Adult
This course is a continuation of Accounting 1. Topics include corporate accounting and financial statements, long-term liabilities, cash flow and financial statement analysis, managerial accounting, budgeting, and using financial data to make business decisions.
Like 5  Comment 10  Share
Event image
Analyze the legal environment of business in the United States Explain the applicability of tort and criminal law to business Explain the applicability of intellectual property law to business Explain how contract law principles apply to business transactions Explain the law of negotiable instruments Evaluate the rights and responsibilities of principals, agents, and third parties in agency transactions Analyze the various employment laws affecting the employer-employee relationship in the United States Evaluate the forms of business organization in the United States Analyze the ethical and social responsibility of business Evaluate the various types of government regulation that affect business Explain the effects of personal and real property laws on business Appraise the impact that international law has on global business
$299.00
Online - Self-Directed
Teen, Adult
This course will provide business students with a survey of the principle areas of business law. It will explore the relationship between business and the law with respect to the following topics: torts, crimes, intellectual property, contracts, negotiable instruments, agency, employment, and forms of business organization. Students will also explore the relationship between business and the law with respect to ethics and social responsibility, government regulation, personal property, real property, and international trade. Students will gain a working knowledge of practical rules of law and legal terminology, as well as legal solutions for business-related issues

Read More…

Like 5  Comment 10  Share
Event image
Solve mathematical problems using whole numbers, fractions, and decimals Reconcile bank statements Solve equations Analyze business problems using percentages and statistical concepts Apply mathematical concepts to business problems involving pricing and discounts Explain various payroll issues that affect employers and employees Apply mathematical concepts to business lending transactions Apply mathematical concepts to business transactions involving annuities and stocks and bonds Calculate various mortgage problems Apply various depreciation methods Apply mathematical concepts to business transactions involving inventory Calculate various insurance and tax transactions Analyze financial statements using mathematical concepts
$299.00
Online - Self-Directed
Teen, Adult
Business Math is a prerequisite to Accounting I. Topics include a basic math review, business statistics, profit calculations, payroll, banking, interest calculations, insurance, taxes, and other business topics.
Like 5  Comment 10  Share
Event image
Create components of a viable business plan Demonstrate management, leadership, and communication skills for running and growing a business Demonstrate techniques for analyzing costs, preparing financial documents, and reporting requirements Design an effective strategy for marketing, customer service, selling, and relationship building Create a plan for researching, securing, and managing the financial aspects of the enterprise Devise a plan for business operations that will ensure the business delivers on its promises to customers
$299.00
Online - Self-Directed
Teen, Adult
This course introduces students to the challenges and opportunities of entrepreneurship. It includes sound academic theory, success stories, case studies, and exercises in critical thinking to help students develop the understanding, skills, and plans needed to start a successful new business. -
Like 5  Comment 10  Share
Event image
Analyze the role of the HR manager as a strategic partner to manage human resources in the organization Develop a strategic HR plan for an organization Determine the strategic HR requirements of a job along with its specific duties and requirements Develop a personnel planning and recruiting plan for an organization Develop and implement criteria for employee selection Identify key deficits in employee training and development programs Develop performance appraisal criteria for multiple positions in an organization Outline the process to create a 'job ladder' for employees to promote career development Determine which type of pay plan and benefits mix would be suitable to an organization's strategic initiatives and employee base Apply employment discrimination and labor laws to deal effectively with employment issues on the job Identify legal, health, and safety issues in the workplace Manage ethical conflicts in an organization through discipline, grievance, and career management processes Identify the need for global HR expansion and develop a hiring strategy that best suits the new business environment
$299.00
Online - Self-Directed
Teen, Adult
This course focuses on human resource management skills used by business managers in day-to-day operations. While focusing on the different aspects of human resource management and practices, problem solving and critical thinking skills are applied
Like 5  Comment 10  Share
Event image
Describe the key components of the contemporary US and international business environment Describe the role of ethics and social responsibility in the business environment Examine how businesses can be organized and structured Analyze the various functions of and approaches to management Analyze marketing processes, forces, and issues in a business enterprise Examine the key strategies, tools, and issues involved in business operations Examine the key financial concepts involved in the business enterprise Develop a business plan incorporating sound business concepts, systems, and strategies
$299.00
Online - Self-Directed
Teen, Adult
This course provides students with an overview of business in an increasingly global society serving as an introduction to business terminology, concepts, environments, systems, strategies, and current issues. Topics include an overview of the business environment, business ethics, entrepreneurship and global business, management, marketing, production, information systems, and financial elements of business. This course provides a solid business foundation for more detailed and higher-level study in subsequent courses - See more at:

Read More…

Like 5  Comment 10  Share
Event image
Analyze the purpose, components, and issues related to common business information systems Analyze the impact of business processes and information systems on an organization Explain the factors that influence how an organization selects information systems Describe how databases are used in business Compare different methodologies for information systems development Evaluate various functional systems Explain fundamental communication and networking concepts Explain how the Internet impacts the way organizations use information systems Evaluate the information system needed to support e-commerce Analyze the roles and responsibilities associated with information systems management Explain how businesses manage ethical considerations with respect to information systems Describe how an organization can protect against various information system threats
$299.00
Online - Self-Directed
Teen, Adult
This course introduces the various information and communications technologies and explains how information systems are used to solve problems and make better business decisions.
Like 5  Comment 10  Share
Event image
Explain why the primary role of the firm and the financial manager is to maximize shareholder wealth Analyze financial statements Apply time-value of money tools Explain risk and return relationships Evaluate financial markets and securities traded on financial markets Apply capital budgeting tools Evaluate capital structure and dividend policy Evaluate how international issues impact the firm
$299.00
Online - Self-Directed
Teen, Adult
This is an introductory course that provides students with a foundational knowledge of financial management. The course covers key language and terminology, time-value of money, financial markets and securities, financial statements, financial analysis, risk and return, valuation of stocks and bonds, capital budgeting and valuation, cost of capital and capital structure, working capital management, dividend policy, and international finance. Students are required to apply the various financial tools and understand how they impact financial decision-making.

Read More…

Like 5  Comment 10  Share
Event image
Compare and contrast theories of organizational behavior Analyze management issues as related to organizational behavior Evaluate ethical issues as related to organizational behavior Examine challenges of effective organizational communication Differentiate the differences and similarities between leadership, power, and management Assess the impact that a company's structure and design can have on its organizational behavior Assess the impact of culture on organizational behavior
$299.00
Online - Self-Directed
Teen, Adult
This course examines organizational theory and application. It provides a comprehensive review of individual, group, and organizational performance in relation to organizational structures in contemporary business settings
Like 5  Comment 10  Share

Competencies

  • Business: Accounting, Bookkeeping & Payroll
  • Legal Studies: Business Law
  • Business
  • Business: Management & Leadership
  • Business: Information Technology
  • Business: Finance, Financial Management & Budgets
  • Business: Marketing, Social Media & Advertising

Photos & Videos

Followers