Summer session: It may be one course, or a group of courses, that must be successfully completed in some cases with a specific minimum grade. Site Menu Close the mobile menu Undergraduate Calendar. Send Page to Printer.
Carleton Central may allow you to register in a course without meeting the prerequisites, but you are taking an academic risk by doing so. Comparison with private sector financial reporting, control, and performance evaluation.
Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5004 no longer offered. Precludes additional credit for BUSI 5005 no longer offered. To determine the scheduling and hours for summer session classes, consult the class schedule at central.
Courses are categorized by subject first, and then assigned a course number. Download PDF of this page.
You should make sure you meet the prerequisites before registration. Techniques for management decision-making, planning, and control including cost-volume-profit analysis, product costing, variance analysis, relevant costing, transfer pricing and the balanced scorecard.
Techniques used to measure business transactions, preparation of financial statements, recording and valuation of assets, liabilities and equities.
What does that mean? Never assume that one course can substitute for another simply because it precludes. Always check with your academic advisor. Undergraduate Calendar Student Services 4. When choosing courses, prerequisites are always identified in the course description of the course in the undergraduate calendar, and in most cases within the course description listed in Carleton Central or the Public Class Schedule.
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Carleton courses are organized by year level of study. When taking a course which is cross-listed e. If you got a grade of 4 or better on approved Advanced Placement exams, UBC will grant you first-year credit. Undergraduate Calendar Toggle Undergraduate Calendar. For example, 1000-level courses are first-year courses, 2000-level are second year, and so on.