History and forms of business organization and ownership; Environment of an enterprise; Organizing and managing enterprise; Management of human resources, market, productions, operations, and finance; Management tools and information systems; International business and globalization; External environment of business; Future outlook of business; Business ethics.
Introduction to accounting principles; Accounting equation; Recording process; Adjusting and closing entries; Preparing financial statements; Completing the accounting cycle; Accounting for merchandizing operations; Special journal; Inventory recording methods; Control of cash.
Linear programming; Matrix; Inequalities; Differential calculus: variables, functions, and limits; Differentiation rules for differentiation algebraic forms; Application of differentiation: tangent and normal, maxima and minima, rate of change; Successive differentiation; Transcendental functions; Radius of curvature; Theorem of mean values; Integral calculus: integrals, discrete integration, integration by parts, and multiple integrals; Analytical geometry.
Nature and scope of finance; Fields of finance; Goals of financial management; Functions of a financial manager; Financial statements and their analysis; Time series vs. cross sectional analysis; Time value of money; Risk and return; Capital budgeting techniques; Cash flow estimation; Valuation of common stocks, preferred stocks, and ordinary bonds; Capital structure decisions.
Economics: basic concepts, tools and techniques; Theory of demand; elasticity; Consumer behavior and market demand; Theory of production and cost functions; Price and output determination in different product markets; Perfect competition, monopoly, oligopoly, and monopolistic competition; Factors of markets; Pricing of factors of production; Markets and economic efficiency; Public goods and externalities.
Basic concepts, tools, and techniques of economics; National income and other related concepts: measurements and use; Aggregate demand and supply; Consumption, saving and investment; Demand and supply of money; Money, growth, and inflation; Demand and supply of labor; Theories of national income determination; Business cycles; Unemployment and inflation; Fiscal and monetary policies and automatic stabilizer: concepts and applications; Economic growth.
Statistics: definition and types; Types of variables; Frequency distributions and graphic presentations; Measures of central tendency: mean, median, and mode; Dispersion: measurements, interpretations, and uses; Skewness; Probability concepts; Discrete and normal probability distributions.