- Managerial Accounting
- This course refined my accounting skills as well as taught me how to interpret the financial background of companies.
- Statistical Business Analytics
- This course increased my knowledge of statistics, increase my critical thinking, and improved my math skills.
- Excel for Business Application
- This course allowed me to become more comfortable with Excel. Having knowledge of the use of Excel as well as how to do things on Excel more efficiently is an important skill in the business world.
- Management Information Systems
- This course introduced me to core concepts of management information systems. I learned to identify and analyze organizational systems and processes using techniques including conceptual diagramming, process decomposition, and data modeling.
All of these courses helped provided me with numerous take aways. They are a diverse array but personally I think that is the most helpful. It is important to be dynamic and well-rounded and by taking classes that are not directly related to your major you as a business student have become more balanced. Gathering knowledge from all different classes has allowed me to take things I have learned in one class and implement it in another
Through Managerial Accounting I was able to sharpen my accounting skills as well as math skills. Both of those skills are helpful because having a knowledge of accounting can help in any business that I work for and math skills are an important skill that needs to stay sharp. Statistics has also helped me sharpen my math skills but especially my statistics skills need in the business world. Excel has taught me how to advance my Microsoft skills which is very crucial in today’s day and age. Lastly, my MIS class was obviously the most important class that I have taken so far. It laid down the foundation for all MIS class I have to take later on. It has allowed me to understand basic MIS skills that I am now able to build upon.