Business

These Education courses are offered for credit by Andrews University.

Andrews University

These courses are offered for credit for K-12 teachers.

Online Courses for K-12 Teachers

Fall Semester - August 24, 2015 to December 10, 2015

BSAD 341-999
Business Law
(3 sem hours)
Introduction to general legal principles focusing on business organizations, property laws, employment regulation, agency laws, business torts and crimes, regulation of negotiable instruments and contracts, and the Uniform Commercial Code.
Format: Interactive Online (sec. 999)
Syllabus

ECON 225-998
Principles of Macroeconomics
(3 sem hours)
Analysis of national income and expenditures according to current theories. Inflation,
Format: Interactive Online (sec. 999 or 998)
Syllabus
Notes: ECON 225-999 - only for Highschool students

INFS 120-998
Foundations of Information Technology
(3 sem hours)
Explores computing history, software, web technologies, basic network security, ethics and future trends in information technology. Labs are modularly designed to meet specific academic program needs which include Windows, MAC, OSX, presentations, word-processing, spreadsheets, databases, use of online resources and basic web development.
Format: Interactive Online (sec. 999 or 998)
Syllabus
Notes: INFS 120-999 - only for Highschool students


Spring Semester - January 4, 2016 - April 29, 2016

ACCT 121-998
Fundamentals of Accounting
(3 sem hours)
Emphasis upon understanding the accounting cycle and the content and preparation of financial statements.
Format: Interactive Online (sec. 999 or 998)
Syllabus
Notes: ACCT 121-999 - only for Highschool students

ECON 226-998
Principles of Microeconomics
(3 sem hours)
Explores theories currently used to explain how people choose what to consume and produce. Analysis extended to well-defined groups such as business firms; also explores the phenomenon called "the market" with its prices and the way people react to them. Algebra used extensively. 
Format: Interactive Online (sec. 999 or 998)
Syllabus
Notes: ECON 226-999 - only for Highschool students

INFS 215-998
Information Systems Theory and Application
(3 sem hours)
Focuses on extending the student's skills in applications and explores information systems theory. Applications focused on include advanced spreadsheet, PC database usage and the development of intereactive web pages. Students also gain an understanding of organizational systems, planning, the decision process, and decision support technologies. 
Format: Interactive Online (sec. 999 or 998)
Syllabus
Notes: INFS 215-999 - only for Highschool students

Summer Semester - June 6, 2016 to July 29, 2016

ECON 225-999
Principles of Macroeconomics
(3 sem hours)
Analysis of national income and expenditures according to current theories. Inflation, economic growth and unemployment are examined, as well as modern banking and the money supply. 
Format: Interactive Online (sec 999)
Syllabus

 

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