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Web Application Development

MIS 2402 is a course designed to help students develop their skills in JavaScript, HTML and CSS. Specifically, student learns about loops, arrays, conditional statements, data validation, responsive web design, and making API calls in this course. The final goal is to use those listed skills to create web-based applications and integrate web-based services that are crucial to a business’ operation.

Grade achieved: A

Cloud Architecture

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Mobile Application Development

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Data & Analytics

This course’s main purpose is to equip students with data analytics such as creating data models for businesses based on business rules; creating transactional database from a model using SQL/noSQL (MySQL & MongoDB); creating an analytical data store by extracting relevant data from a transactional database; perform extract-transform-load (ETL) functions such as data sourcing, pre-processing, and cleansing; exporing hidden trends in analytical data stores using data mining techniques of clustering, segmentation, association, and decision trees (R/RStudio).

Grade achieved: A

User Experience Design

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Financial Accounting

ACCT 2101 mainly concentrates on the concepts and principles that are related to the preparation and use of financial statements. Basic accounting theory, transactional analysis, income determination, asset and liability valuation, and the preparation of financial statements are topics included in this course. This accounting course focuses on the external aspect of a business.

Grade achieved: A-

Managerial Accounting

ACCT 2102 covers basic concepts that involves decision making elements that are useful from manager’s perspective. Topics included in this course are cost classification, behaviour, and allocation, cost-volume-profit analysis, operating and capital budgeting, variance analysis, performance evaluation and responsibility accounting. This accounting course focuses on internal aspect of a business.

Grade achieved: A-

Financial Management

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Operation Management

Operation Management familiarizes students with an examination of activities significant for the provision of the organization’s product or service. The following topics are the main focus of the course: planning and scheduling of operation, allocation of resources, including staffing requirements and equipment decisions, inventory control and production planning, waiting line problems and quality control.

Grade achieved: A

Introduction to Risk Management

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Quantitative Methods for Business II

This course prepares students to be proficient in fundamentals of mathematics, areas of quantitative analysis, and to use those skills to solve relevant business applications. Topics and illustrations within STAT 1102 are particularly directed to applications in business and economics. Excel skills will also be covered in order to reinforce topics and present solutions.

Grade achieved: B+

Statistical Business Analytics

STAT 2103 covers the fundamentals of data description, data analysis, and graphical methods with applications to business problems. Topics consist of random variables, discrete and continuous distributions, estimation of parameters, and hypothesis testing. Students will gain proficiency in simple and multiple regression models and forecasting. Excel will be used to reinforced topics covered.

Grade achieved: B

Marketing Management

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Grade achieved: N/A

Leadership & Organization Management

This course equip students with skills to address the challenges of leading high performing organizations. Topics covered in this course includes leadership, change management, decision-making, culture, team building, organizational structure and control, communication, social responsibility and sustainability, motivation, human resource management, and globalization.

Grade achieved: B

Legal Environment of Business

This course introduces students to essential aspects of law with an emphasis on the legal environment of business. Students will learn the basics of contract, tort, property, and administrative law as well as international law. The law involving business would include a discussion of the types of legal entities, as well as employer and employee relations. The political, social and economic forces that affect change are also discussed thereby providing guidance as to the future direction of the law in both the United States and around the world.

Grade achieved: B

Macroeconomics Principles

Macroeconomics covers topics such as business cycles, inflation, unemployment, banking, monetary and fiscal policy, international economics, and economic growth. This course focuses on the economy as a whole such as how countries and governments reach a decision.

Grade achieved: B+

Microeconomics Principles

Microeconomics concentrates on market system, supply and demand, cost, competition, monopoly, oligopoly, factor markets, and public goods. This course’s main focus is the study of individuals and business decisions.

Grade achieved: B+

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