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  • Hartwick student computer generated graphic animation
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Business Administration and Accounting Enrichment Courses

These businessadministration and accounting courses are a great addition to your computer major.  However, if you wish to go further, Hartwick offers complete majors in busimess administration and accounting with different concentrations.

BUSA 101 - Introduction to Business

Introduction to the various functional areas of business,  including marketing, finance, operations, organizational behavior, and strategy. Specific topics covered include basic financial analysis, forms of business ownership, managerial decision making, and business ethics in a local, national, and international context. Includes a significant experiential learning component. No prerequisite.

BUSA 230 - Organizational Behavior

Explores the behavior of individuals and groups within the organizational context. Topics include decision-making, organizational culture, communication, group behavior, and change management.

BUSA 240 - Marketing

Students learn and apply basic marketing principles and statistical, financial and economic analyses to design and market products and services to meet customer needs and ultimately achieve target market share, revenue, and profit objectives.

BUSA 280 - Finance 

Exploration of the interrelationship of risk and ethical strategic planning to financial value in a business environment. The sources, uses, and cost of capital are identified and investigated using quantitative analysis applied to financial information.

ACCO 101 - Financial Accounting

Introduction to the financial information critical to decision-making for managers. This course includes reporting and interpreting: the financial position of the firm, the
components of that position, the results of its operations, and its cash flows. Coverage includes accounting principles and concepts as well as models for financial analysis and ethical decision-making.