Prerequisite: None Principles of Marketing is an upper-level course which provides students with a detailed understanding of how marketing addresses domestic and global concepts relevant to all marketers. Marketing students will study a variety of subjects which will include: The World of Marketing, Economics, Business and International Marketing, Academic Concepts and Skills, and Promotion.
Accounting Course No.: 90125
Course Length: 1 year
Course Begins: Fall
Prerequisite: This class is recommended for sophomores, juniors, and seniors. In Accounting, basic accounting procedures are developed and practiced through the use of business papers and practice sets. Instruction is given in the preparation and use of journals, ledgers, checking accounts and financial statements. Also included are such topics as payroll, personal income tax preparation, depreciation of plant assets, petty cash, inventory systems, and journal usage. The course is designed to give the student an understanding of the "language of business" and to prepare students for further study in the area of business at the high school and post-secondary level. The role of computers in accounting is also introduced. It is recommended that students interested in pursuing business as a career take this class as a junior. This allows for Advanced Accounting to be taken as a senior. Students who complete both accounting and advanced accounting have the opportunity to earn credit for DMACC’s ACC111 Introduction to Accounting.Students may elect to take the first semester of this course for one credit but they will not qualify for dual credit status.