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BES 213

B U S I N E SS E N T E R P R I S E S Y S T E M S • C H E M I S T R Y
CHE 112

Accounting Enterprise Systems
1 credit hour — One hour weekly; one term.

General Chemistry 2
4 credit hours — Three hours of lecture and three hours of laboratory weekly; one term.

A study of computerized accounting systems with emphasis on the structures, benefits, and challenges inherent in enterprise-level systems integration. Students will examine systems of increasing complexity; the common principles underlying all accounting systems will be stressed. Concepts are applied using the tools available in Microsoft Office, Quickbooks, and the financial accounting module of an ERP software package (SAP R/3). Lab fee $15. Prerequisite: BES 144, BPA 144 or CSI 144 and BPA 211. Corequisite: BPA 212. Note: Also offered as BPA 213; credit will not be given for both BES 213 and BPA 213. BES 257

Examines kinetics; gaseous and aqueous equilibria — including acids, bases, solubility and complex ions; thermodynamics; electrochemistry; and nuclear chemistry. The course introduces organic chemistry and considers aspects of environmental chemistry. Laboratory work includes qualitative analysis and quantitative measurements. Lab fee $40. Prerequisite: CHE 111 and eligibility for MAT 142 or MAT 151. CHE 113

Fundamentals of Organic and Biochemistry
4 credit hours — Three hours of lecture and three hours of laboratory weekly; one term.

Technology Management
4 credit hours — Four hours weekly; one term.

Focuses on theoretical and practical strategies for managing an organization’s technical environment. This course will provide an overview of the business aspects of technology planning including; aligning the technology plan with the strategic plan, requirements analysis, budgeting, purchasing, vendor/contract management and strategies for managing change. Students will also explore information systems security, disaster recover, business continuity and...

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