Also, an emphasis on managerial and cost accounting for making sound business decisions.
This course will introduce the student to the broad field of plant science including a basic study of the structure, reproduction, physiology, ecology, and classification of plants.
The student will become familiar with the principles and practices involved with the culture, management, and utilization of economically important horticultural and agronomic crops.
(Prerequisite: ACCT 1020) Not part of a TN Transfer Pathway The theory and practice of a fund accounting system used by a not-for-profit entity.
Emphasis is on the budget process, appropriations and revenue funds for governmental agencies, schools, charities, and not-for-profit medical facilities.
The student should also develop an appreciation for the importance of the livestock and meats industry in today's economy. (Prerequisites: BIOL 1110 and BIOL 1120) This course may be charged a lab fee.