Class added to Fall schedule:

MATH P122 Intro Probability/Statistics 5 units
Prerequisite: MATH P051 or a grade of “C” or higher in second semester of high school intermediate algebra.
72613   M W 3:25-5:55pm AC-118 Williams L
Above CRN 72613 Begins 23-Aug-14 Ends 13-Dec-14

Seats are still open:

ACCT P110 – Financial Accounting
MW 6:50 pm – 8:15 pm CRN 70002
This course is required for the Business Administration AS-T
Prerequisite: Math P061 and eligible for level 2 English placement. Total lecture 54 hours. This course is the first part of the introduction to basics of accounting and provides students with a working knowledge of the concepts, purposes, and basic principles of accounting within the business system. Topics include preparing, analyzing and interpreting the complete accounting cycles of service and merchandising business; concepts of accruals, deferrals, and valuation; and computerized accounting systems using commercial general ledger software. C-ID ACCT 110 (A/CSU/UC)

BSAD P101 – Introduction to Business
TR 6:50 pm – 8:15 pm CRN 70060
This course is required for the Business AA and the Business Administration AS-T
Prerequisite: Eligible for level 2 English placement. Total lecture 54 hours. Introductory study of American business providing understanding of the structures and functions of business within the free enterprise system. Specific topics include organizational structure and design, leadership, human resource management, organized labor practices, marketing, organizational communication, technology, entrepreneurship, legal, accounting, financial practices, and the stock and securities market. (A/CSU/UC)

BSAD P162 – Entrepreneurial Mentor/Internship
W 2:25 pm – 3:15 pm CRN 70064
This course is required for the Entrepreneurship Certificate of Achievement.
Prerequisite: Student's non-paid internship must be in a local entrepreneurial operation. Total lecture 18 hours, total laboratory 54 hours. The primary objective of this course is to give students practical experience working in an entrepreneurial operation and relate their college learning experience to the world of work. Students will intern at a nonpaid academically related work station (business, government, or nonprofit agency) and meet with an in instructor weekly to prepare a reflective journal, final report, and work station evaluation. (A/CSU)

BSAD P165 – Entrepreneurial Finance
MW 11:15 pm – 12:40 pm CRN70065
(Offered once every two years during the fall semester)
This course is required for the Entrepreneurship Certificate of Achievement
Prerequisite: Eligible for level 2 English placement, and Math P061. Total lecture 54 hours. This course provides students with an understanding of the core financial aspects of business entrepreneurship in sole proprietorships, partnerships, limited liability companies, and private corporations. Topics include financial statements, break-even analysis, working capital management, time value of money, and capital budgeting. (A/CSU)

OFFT P030 – Human Relations in Business
R 3:00 pm – 5:05 pm CRN 70293 (Offered only during the fall semester)
This course is required for the Business AA, Industrial Maintenance Certificate of Achievement
Prerequisite: None. Recommendation: Eligible for level 3 English placement. Total lecture 36 hours. Course designed to provide insight, experience, and skills in dealing with people in the business world. Includes techniques to become employed, how to be promoted, how to deal effectively with employers, colleagues, and the public. Role-playing, lecture, discussion, group and individual case studies used. Recommended for all business majors. (A)