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Practical Nursing

Registered Nursing

Simulator Maintenance Technician

Speech Language Pathology Assistant

Technical Studies

Welding and Basic Machining

(Grand Forks Air Force Base Only)

Wind Energy Technician

LRSC reserves the right to modify course

offerings in accordance with current condi-

tions.

Use basic budgets and standard costs

as aids in planning and controlling

operations

Apply managerial accounting concepts

and principles

Apply basic job order and process cost

system principles

Classify costs by their behavior, in order

to allow management to establish

standards for control and planning for

future levels of operations

Demonstrate an understanding of

the basic principles covering the legal

environment in which businesses

operate

Associate in Arts

Core Curriculum

ACCT 200

3

ACCT 201

3

COMM 110

3

ECON 201

3

ECON 202

3

ENGL 110

3

ENGL 120 or 125

3

MATH 103 or MATH 104

3

MATH 210

3

POLS 115

3

Arts and Humanities Electives

9

Lab Science

4

Physical Education

2

Program Electives*

6

Electives for AA degree

9

*Choose a minimum of 6 credits from the

following courses:

ACCT 207

3

BVED 217

4

CIS 104

3

CIS 105

3

MATH 146

3

Accounting and Business

Administration

This program combines the two closely

linked fields of accounting and business

administration to provide the student

with a broad understsanding of finance,

management and marketing.

This curriculum is designed for students who

plan to earn a two-year ssociate degree and

enter the workforce or who plan to work

toward a baccalaureate degree in business

administration or accounting. It provides

the broad background required, as well as

the beginning courses in the specialty. This

outline may be changed in order to meet

the requirements of the individual college

or university to which the student wishes to

transfer.

In addition to meeting the program

competencies and the general education

requirements for the Associate in Arts

degree the graduate will be able to do the

following:

Apply generally accepted accounting

principles to measure, process, and

communicate financial information

about a sole proprietorship, partnership,

and a corporation

Identify, compare, and use financial

statements