This is an introductory course in statistics. In an increasingly complex world, statistical thinking, understanding, and skill are more important than ever. This course provides students with skills for proficiency in statistics, and the opportunity to learn to communicate and reason statistically. Students are introduced to the fundamental concepts involved in using sample data to make inferences about populations. Included are the study of measures of central tendency and dispersion, finite probability, probability distributions, statistical inferences from large and small samples, linear regression, and correlation. The course is designed to provide quantitative reasoning, which is to understand and apply mathematical concepts and reasoning, and analyze and interpret various types of data.
This course presents the underlying framework and concepts of Financial Accounting in the context of how accounting fits into the overall business environment of contemporary society. Financial accounting is the basic means of recording and reporting financial information in a business. Students will learn how accounting functions as an information development and communication system that supports economic decision making and provides value to entities and society. Students will discover the uses and limitations of financial statements and related information and apply analytical tools in making both business and financial decisions.
This course has been designed s to teach students the principles of effective business communication and to apply those principles in analyzing business situations and determining and creating appropriate business communications. The course focuses on development of writing and presentation skills to produce effective business communications. The student will compose, produce, and present effective business documents appropriate to meet industry standards; apply critical evaluation techniques to business documents; and demonstrate the importance of coherent, ethical communication principles in business and industry.
This course provides a basic framework to economic analysis, with an emphasis on firms and their operating environment. The major topics include: Pricing and output decisions, cost and profit determination in competitive, competitive, and monopolistic market structures, macroeconomic factors and policies affecting business activity in a small open economy. This course is intended for all BBA first year students.
This course provides a basic framework for understanding the role and functions of a manager and to explain the principles, concepts, and techniques that can be used in carrying out these functions. It is intended for those who presently hold, or desire to hold, management responsibilities in any organization or enterprise. Specific topics include planning, decision making, organizing, leading, controlling, and innovating.
- Teacher: Elizabeth Nakalembe