Summer1 2017
 
 
  • Students utilize qualitative and quantitative techniques to examine economic theory for managerial decision making. Emphasis is on the application of economic concepts, problem solving and operational efficiency. Credit(s): 3.00
  • Students examine the application of accounting theory as applied by US generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and International Accounting Standards (IAS). Students focus on interpretation of pronouncements made by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and their similarities with the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB).

    Credit(s) 3.00
  • In this course students focus on the history of The Bahamas from aboriginal times up to 1838. Major themes include the Lucayans, European colonisation and slavery. Political, social and economic developments are examined.
  • In this course students are introduced to the concepts and principles of biological research. They apply this knowledge to the development of a research proposal based on archival materials, case studies and laboratory or field research.
  • In this course, students survey the physics principles underlying energy production, consumption and conservation. Students examine the economic and political impact of energy-related practices locally and globally.

  • In this course students are exposed to the principal concepts and theories relating to the discipline of public administration. Focus is upon clarity of investigation in areas such as development administration, privatisation, bureaucracy, the ecology of public administration and the Bahamian Public Service.

    Credits: 3.00