These courses focus on developing analytical tools and knowledge that support the rest of the curriculum.
- Financial Accounting provides the insight to see through the numbers by developing your understanding of the language of business, how financial statements are prepared, how to interpret financial statements, how to conduct preliminary financial analyses of the firm, and how to forecast a firm's financial performance.
- Microeconomics focuses on the basic economic principles of the firm and their relevance in business decisions. The course covers supply and demand and its relation to market behavior followed by economic determinants of individuals' consumption, savings, and labor behavior.
- Statistics provides a comprehensive treatment of basic statistical concepts and analytical tools for data-driven decision makers. Topics covered include time series, categorical data, random variables and their distributions, variability, and regression models. Priority is given to understanding the concepts and their relevance to business.