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Bachelor of Commerce - Introductory Quantitative Skills for Business ( Feb 01, 2019 ~ Feb 03, 2019 )

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM AFOA Alberta Learning Center, Enoch, Alberta

AFOA Alberta and Athabasca University Bachelor of Commerce Collaboration - Business Math Skills

Students planning to study Accounting, Management Science, Finance, Economics, and Marketing will need a solid background of mathematical skills in order to understand, analyze, and solve the types of problems they will encounter in these subject areas. This is also an excellent business mathematics refresher course. ADMN 100 has been designed to build the quantitative skills that will foster post-secondary success in the online learning environment in all key business areas. It will especially appeal to students who want to upgrade their quantitative skills to the level required to enter a typical degree program in business. In addition to a review of basic arithmetic, statistics, and algebra, students will become familiar with the mathematics of business, management, marketing, finance, and investment. The course concludes with an introduction to the basics of accounting. We anticipate that, as a result of first working through ADMN 100, more students will successfully complete business related degrees in a variety of specializations including Accounting, Finance, Management, Marketing, and Economics offered at Athabasca University and at post-secondary institutions anywhere in the world. This course will be offered over a three month period. Sessions are February 1-3, March 15-17 and April 12-14, 2019. The sessions will be conducted at the AFOA Alberta learning center at Enoch, AB. Cost for members is $500.00, non-members is $885.00 (includes a membership). This is a pre-registration, additional registration forms and pre-payment are required. This program requires pre-reading and individually paced work including graded assingments outside of the classroom. You will require a computer and internet connection for this program. This course is part of the Bachelor of Commerce program. Cellphone use will be restricted during classroom instruction. You must register by January 9th, 2019 to participate in this co-hort.