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<p>Learn to identify and use Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), ledgers and journals, and steps of the accounting cycle. </p> <p>Learn something else</p>
$49.00
Online - Undergraduate Degree
Adult

Accounting I focuses on basic accounting principles and how they function in normal business operations. Students learn to identify and use Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), ledgers and journals, and steps of the accounting cycle. The course also introduces bank reconciliation methods, balance sheets, financial statements, assets and liabilities, and equity, and discusses the issue of business ethics.

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$49.00
Online - Undergraduate Degree
Adult
Online Accounting II expands on what students learned in online Accounting I, changing the focus to corporate accounting. Lesson topics include how corporations are formed and structured, with an emphasis on corporate characteristics. The course also examines stocks, bonds, notes, purchase investments, analysis of financial statements, cash flow, budgets, and budget management. It offers an in-depth look at managerial accounting.

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<p>review your writing skills to gain greater mastery of grammar, mechanics, and style. </p>
$69.00
Online - Undergraduate Degree
Adult

Online Business Communication is a practical course that examines principles of communication in the workplace. It introduces you to common formats, such as the memo, letter, and report. It helps you review your writing skills to gain greater mastery of grammar, mechanics, and style.

More importantly, it introduces you to the strategies successful business professionals employ for a variety of situations. You are exposed to techniques for writing informational, persuasive, sales, employment, good news, and bad news communications. You gain information on internal and external communication situations, with practice in audience analysis.

You also gain information on the technological tools available to business communicators today. You are introduced to the exciting communication possibilities offered by personal computers, cell phones, videoconferencing, desktop publishing, and other cutting edge technology.

In essence, it provides you with an introduction to the communication skills needed to enter and advance successfully in your business career.

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Explore employee issues and responsibilities, leadership and decision making, morality, diversity, discrimination, and ethics in marketing and advertising.
$49.00
Online - Undergraduate Degree
Adult
This course provides an introduction to business ethics. Part philosophy and part business, the course covers a wide array of ethical issues arising in contemporary business life. Major theoretical perspectives and concepts are presented, including ethical relativism, utilitarianism, and deontology. The lessons explore employee issues and responsibilities, leadership and decision making, morality, diversity, discrimination, and ethics in marketing and advertising. Corporate social responsibility is also examined, as are the topics of environmental responsibilities, global ethics, and regulation concerns in an era of increasing globalization.

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$49.00
Online - Undergraduate Degree
Adult
This Business Law course is designed to familiarize students with various kinds of laws, key elements of the American Constitution, and the concepts of the various schools of jurisprudence. Ethics, values, morality, law, and the various ethical theories are compared and contrasted, and the need for promoting corporate social responsibility is discussed. The elements of tort law, the basic elements of a contract, the sources of laws governing contracts, and the conditions for an offer to be valid are examined. Topics include reality of consent, capacity of minors, consequences of illegal agreements, assignment of rights, transfer of title, and the rights of third parties. Delivery of goods, right to inspection, acceptance and revocation of contract, the remedies available to buyers and sellers, and the nature of property are also discussed.

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<p>Explore basic accounting concepts and procedures and the interpretation of financial statements. </p>
$49.00
Online - Undergraduate Degree
Adult

Students in this financial accounting course explore basic accounting concepts and procedures and the interpretation of financial statements. The principles of accrual and deferral accounting are presented, including proper use of debits, credits, and fiscal year-end procedures. Students also examine merchandising transactions, inventory costing and valuation, cash management, and accounts receivable. The reporting of long-term assets, liabilities, and bonds are also discussed.

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Learn the advantages and disadvantages of each.
$49.00
Online - Undergraduate Degree
Adult
Concepts, principles, and operations of the private enterprise system are identified in this course. Students compare and contrast sole proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations, and they learn the advantages and disadvantages of each. This course also discusses the functions of modern business management, marketing, and ethics and social responsibility. Human resource management is described as well as how employers can motivate their employees. Bookkeeping, accounting, financial management, and financial statements are also examined.

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$49.00
Online - Undergraduate Degree
Adult
This Introduction to Communication course introduces students to the theories and principles of speech communication from a wide range of perspectives. The evolution of communication theory is examined and foundational principles, such as the communication process, perception, verbal and nonverbal communication, and listening, are introduced. These principles are then applied to communication in interpersonal, small group, public, and organizational contexts. The dynamics of relationships, intercultural and gender communication issues, and conflict and negotiation are also explored, along with ethical issues inherent in the communication process. Discussions of current viewpoints related to interviewing, mass media, and new technologies present a contemporary view of the communication process.

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Develop knowledge of aggregate expenditures and aggregate supply and demand, with a specific macroeconomic point of reference.
$49.00
Online - Undergraduate Degree
Adult
Macroeconomics Economics looks at the big-picture performance of the national economy and its links to the global economy. Designed to examine many of the basic tools economists use, this macroeconomics course online covers economic perspective, fundamental concepts, graphing skills, and an overview of the interrelated components of the United States economy.

Macroeconomics course online lessons explain the importance of supply and demand, economic measures, growth, employment and inflation, and how these relate to the business cycle and the health of the economy. Students develop knowledge of aggregate expenditures and aggregate supply and demand, with a specific macroeconomic point of reference.

In addition to issues affecting United States markets, the course examines various international issues important in today's global economy.

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$49.00
Online - Undergraduate Degree
Adult
This course focuses on the identification, gathering, and interpretation of information for planning, controlling, and evaluating the performance of a business. This course studies the measurement of the costs of producing goods or services and how to analyze and control these costs.

This course analyzes managerial accounting principles and systems through both process and job order costing. Additional managerial accounting topics include the following: cost behavior, cost-volume-profit analysis, budgeting and standard cost systems, decentralized operations, and product pricing.

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  • Business: Accounting, Bookkeeping & Payroll
  • Business
  • Business: Ethics
  • Business: Finance, Financial Management & Budgets
  • Business: Management & Leadership
  • Computers & Software: C Programming
  • English, Literature & Writing: Writing, Blogging, Journaling & Getting Published
  • English, Literature & Writing
  • Health & Health Care: Certification & Licensure
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  • Health & Health Care: Wellness, Fitness, Nutrition & Weight Loss
  • Health & Health Care: Pharmacology
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  • History: Civilizations
  • Legal Studies: Government Law
  • Philosophy: Other
  • History: Religion, Chrsitianity & The Crusades
  • Science & Math: Statistics & Probability
  • Science & Math: Anatomy
  • Science & Math: Algebra
  • Science & Math: Calculus
  • Science & Math: Chemistry
  • Science & Math: Physics
  • Science & Math: Biology
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  • Science & Math: Psychology
  • Science & Math: Sociology & Social Work

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