Course Descriptions 2015-16 by Kentucky Community and Technical College System

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bas 2933 principles of finance course id 005249 explains fundamentals of financial concepts and valuation corporate decisions with emphasis in financial instruments the banking system financial planning money and interest rates and capital structure and investments pre-requisite bas 160 or consent of instructor lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical bas 2943 course id 005250 money and financial institutions presents financial intermediaries and their markets from an economic standpoint emphasizes analysis of financial institutions and their relationship with the money market capital market federal reserve system monetary policy fiscal policy regulatory environment international financial influences and contemporary trends pre-requisite bas 212 or consent of instructor lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical bas 2953 international finance course id 005251 covers international finance and financial institutions including foreign exchange collections credit international financing agencies and international financial markets places emphasis on role of the central bank international and monetary trade theory and the theory of exchange rate determination discusses role of the international monetary fund and the world bank in financial globalization pre-requisite bas 212 or consent of instructor lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical bas 2991 3 course id 000119 instructor consent required selected topics in business management option topic interprets technological developments new business issues and/or business topics as they relate to the student’s chosen field pre-requisite consent of instructor lecture 1.0 3.0 credits 15-45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical bas 12010.8 course id 005810 the financial planning process introduces the student to basic financial planning concepts lecture 0.8 credit 12 contact hours components lecture bas 12020.7 managing your money course id 005811 presents basic concepts related to financial institutions consumer borrowing and purchasing decisions prerequisite bas 1201 or consent of instructor lecture 0.7 credits 10.5 contact hours components lecture bas 12031 managing investments course id 005812 presents the fundamentals of personal investments prerequisite bas 1202 or consent of instructor lecture 1 credit 15 contact hours components lecture bas 12040.5 protecting your resources course id 005813 presents the basic concepts of asset protection using insurance and estate planning pre-requisite bas 1203 or consent of instructor lecture 0.5 credits 7.5 contact hours components lecture bas 16010.6 the foundations of business course id 005145 analyzes the essential components of business on a national and global scale lecture 0.6 credits 9 contact hours components lecture bas 16020.6 course id 005146 business ownership money and quality examine business ownership monetary systems and quality principles lecture 0.6 credits 9 contact hours components lecture bas 20040.5 course id 005287 small business accounting and financial records bas 16030.6 introduction to management course id 005147 identifies management functions and proper management techniques lecture 0.6 credits 9 contact hours components lecture examines essential information regarding accounting and financial records for a small business pre-requisite bas 2003 or consent of instructor lecture 0.5 credit 7.5 contact hours components lecture bas 16040.6 introduction to marketing course id 005148 bas 20050.5 small business marketing examine marketing functions and effective marketing techniques lecture 0.6 credits 9 contact hours components lecture bas 16050.6 course id 005149 business decision making tools identify decision making tools and their specific applications to business lecture 0.6 credits 9 contact hours components lecture bas 17010.5 product development course id 005245 examine essential information regarding the product development process for a small business pre-requisite bas 160 or consent of instructor lecture 0.5 credits 7.5 contact hours components lecture bas 17020.5 entrepreneurial finance course id 005246 bas 17030.5 preparing the business plan course id 005252 identifies current and essential strategies for financing small businesses pre-requisite bas 1701 or consent of instructor lecture 0.5 credits 7.5 contact hours components lecture examine current and essential strategies for financing small businesses pre-requisite bas 1702 or consent of instructor lecture 0.5 credits 7.5 contact hours components lecture bas 17040.5 small business taxes course id 005247 examines federal state and local tax requirements for a small business pre-requisite bas 1703 or consent of instructor lecture 0.5 credits 7.5 contact hours components lecture bas 17050.5 course id 005248 the small business law environment examines business and consumer laws for the small business pre-requisite bas 1704 or consent of instructor lecture 0.5 credits 7.5 contact hours components lecture bas 17060.5 course id 006221 current small business managerial issues presents students with issues facing small businesses with an emphasis on entrepreneurship management pre-requisite bas 1705 or instructor consent lecture 0.5 credit 7.5 contact hours components lecture business administration system bas 20010.5 small business organization course id 005284 examines essential information regarding business and consumer laws for the small business pre-requisite bas 160 or consent of instructor lecture 0.5 credit 7.5 contact hours components lecture bas 20020.5 course id 005285 essential small business finance identifies essential information to finance a small business pre-requisite bas 2001 or consent of instructor lecture 0.5 credit 7.5 contact hours components lecture bas 20030.5 course id 005286 essentials of a small business plan identifies the essential information to prepare and maintain 246 a small business plan pre-requisite bas 2002 or consent of instructor lecture 0.5 credits 7.5 contact hours components lecture course id 005294 examines essential information to market a small business pre-requisite bas 2004 or consent of instructor lecture 0.5 credit 7.5 contact hours components lecture bas 20060.5 course id 005295 managing growth in the small business identifies information essential to managing growth in a small business pre-requisite bas 2005 or consent of instructor lecture 0.5 credit 7.5 contact hours components lecture bas 21211 financial statement analysis course id 006106 bas 21221 break-even analysis course id 006107 presents financial ratios and pro forma financial statements pre-requisite mat 105 or mat 110 or consent of instructor lecture 1.0 credit 15 contact hours components lecture introduces break-even analysis and the effects of leverage pre-requisite mat 105 or mat 110 or consent of instructor lecture 1.0 credit 15 contact hours components lecture bas 21231 course id 006108 time value of money capital budgeting and applications introduces the time value of money to compute present and future values of funds in the budgeting and managing of working capital pre-requisite mat 105 or mat 110 or consent of instructor lecture 1.0 credit 15 contact hours components lecture bas 25611 international culture trade course id 015764 examines the importance and impact of the economic cultural and political environments on global business functions and managerial processes pre-requisite bas 160 or consent of instructor lecture 1.0 credit 15 contact hours components lecture bas 25621 course id 015765 global trade foreign investment examines the global trading system its importance and the impact of economic cultural and political environment on trade and foreign direct investment pre-requisite bas 2561 or consent of instructor lecture 1.0 credit 15 contact hours components laboratory bas 25631 global marketing course id 015766 examines global marketing and product development strategies and how political economic and cultural differences impact them pre-requisite bas 2562 or consent of instructor lecture 1.0 credit 15 contact hours components lecture bas 26710.5 course id 005814 foundation principles of business law introduces students to the state and federal court systems the judicial system discovery trial and appellate processes along with business organization/formation and how the law affects each separate entity as it applies to state and federal regulations integrates basic legal terminology lecture 0.5 credit 7.5 contact hours components lecture