This course starts with a review of basic arithmetic and algebra, then introduces students to concepts, mathematical tools and skills required for solving problems in the business and finance sector. Some of the topics include simple and compound interest, discounts, future and present values, annuities, loans, and bonds. Students will be introduced to linear systems and break-even analysis required for business decisions. Using learned concepts, they will also focus on assessing and evaluating the feasibility of capital investment decisions. In addition to all these topics, the course covers descriptive statistics. Students will study numerical and graphical ways to describe and display data. Although there are no prerequisites for BUSD 1003, students are expected to have basic knowledge of arithmetic and algebra.
Note: Restricted to Accounting Tech, Business Admin, Machine Learning Analyst, and Open Studies