What activities have you been involved with on and off campus?
"After my first semester I joined IFSEA (International Food Service Executives Association.) Through IFSEA I was able to attend their International Conference in Orlando, Florida. I attended several seminars held by IFSEA leaders from around the world and was able to hear their professional advice about the industry. I also received relevant career training. The IFSEA conference allowed me to grow as a young professional and to network to gain professional references in the industry. I am also fortunate to have received several academic scholarships through IFSEA."
Technology Management: Resort & Recreation Services B.B.A.
Course DescriptionPrinciples of Accounting I
An introduction to accounting theory and principles as applied to a business enterprise is covered in Principles of Accounting I. Principles and procedures as applied to the accumulation, processing and reporting of financial information resulting from business transactions are discussed. Students are exposed to manual and electronic media for the preparation of journals, ledgers, financial statements. Inventories, receivables, payables, plant assets and payroll accounting are also covered. Prerequisite: MAGN 101 3 credits (3 lecture hours), fall or spring semester