Course Listing: INTRO TO MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING

Summer 2018, Bloomington

Information on this report reflects data as of the end of the day Thursday, June 21, 2018

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	BUS-A 202  INTRO TO MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING (3 CR)
               3766      6W1 10:20A-12:10P   MTWR   HH 2047   Biagioni D               48   24    0
                 A 202 : P - BUS-A 100
                 A 202 : Credit not given for both BUS-A 202 and A 200
                 All exams will occur during regular class time.  No
                 alternative exams will be scheduled.
                 Above class requires special fee - See fee page
               3765      6W1 12:40P-02:30P   MTWR   HH 2047   Biagioni D               48   10    0
                 A 202 : P - BUS-A 100
                 A 202 : Credit not given for both BUS-A 201 and A 200
                 All exams will occur during regular class time.  No
                 alternative exams will be scheduled.
                 Above class requires special fee - See fee page
              13242      6W2 ARR             ARR    ARR       Glass K                  50    1    0
                 P- BUS-A 100
                 Above class is part of the "Transfer Indiana" (transferIN)
                 Initiative. For additional information, link to HTTP://WWW.TRANSFERIN.NET
                 Credit not given for both BUS-A 202 and BUS-A 200
                 Above class taught online
                 Above class is for BUS students only
                 Though a faculty member will be engaged as your instructor,
                 online courses require students to be especially
                 conscientious and responsible about completing assignments
                 and staying on track. Online courses are not easier than
                 residential courses and require just as much time and effort
                 from students. Online participation is required the first
                 week of class. Students may not add the class after week 1 -
                 NO EXCEPTIONS 
                 Students must have a computer with a working microphone and
                 webcam. A private location and reliable internet connection
                 with broadband speed of at least 5mbps is required for
                 quizzes and exams
                 A distance education fee may apply; check your campus bursar
                 website for more information