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Most upper-level (310 and above) department courses are offered only once a year - in either the fall semester or the spring semester.  To facilitate students' planning, the following is the list of courses, required in at least one degree program, that are offered only one semester per year.


Department of Business and Economics

Course Sequence Planning

Every Semester
ACCT 215   Principles of Accounting I
ACCT 220     Principles of Accounting II
BUAD 001    Career Prep Seminar
BUAD 160    Business in Society
BUAD 260    Business Law I
BUAD 320    Information Resource Management
BUAD 475    Business Decision Making
ECON 220    Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 225    Principles of Macroeconomics
FIN 300  Principles of Finance
MKTG 300  Principles of Marketing
MGMT 300    Principles of Management
QUAN 340    Statistics for Business and Economics
Every Fall  Every Spring 
ACCT 315 Intermediate Accounting I ACCT 320 Intermediate Accounting II
ACCT 330 Federal Individual Income Tax ACCT 325 Managerial Accounting
ACCT 400 Auditing ACCT335 Tax Accounting - Advanced Topics
BUAD 000 Business Primer ACCT 420 Advanced Accounting
ECON 319 Intermediate Economics: MicroMacro ACCT 430 Forensic Accounting
FIN 430 Retirement Planning and Employee Benefits BUAD 365 Business Law II
FIN 440 Estate Planning MKTG340 Consumer Behavior 
MKTG 320 Advertising and Promotion MKTG 475 Marketing Analysis and Planning
MKTG 390 Professional Selling ECON 345 Money and Banking
MKTG410 Marketing Research ECON 320 Intermediate Economics: Micro
ECON380  Managerial Economics FIN 360 Personal Financial Planning
FIN 400 Financial Investment Analysis
FIN 475 Financial Plan Development
Fall – Odd Years Fall – Even Years
ECON355 Economic Growth and Development ECONXXX Upper level economics
Spring – Even Years Spring – Odd Years
ECON310 International Economics ECON420 Econometrics