Accounting is the language of business. This course will provide you with valuable information that will translate into virtually any business environment. BS 352 covers the principles of financial accounting. Topics include: ethical issues in accounting, basic principles underlying financial accounting, recording business transactions, accrual vs. cash based accounting, the accounting cycle, accounting for inventory, cash control, accounting for receivables, plant assets, intangible assets, current liabilities, payroll, long-term liabilities, corporations, preparing the statement of paid in capital, the balance sheet, retained earnings statement and the income statement.

This course aims at improving the speaking, writing, listening, and facilitating skills of students who are, or aspire to be, supervisors and managers.

This course is built upon the premise that children are priceless to God. Therefore, the children whom God places in life, both personal and professional, deserve our very best care. In order to give them our best care, we must devote our best efforts to understand them in all their fascinating complexity—physically, mentally, emotionally, relationally, and spiritually—as they grow from infants into young adults. 

This course is designed to help you gain a well-rounded knowledge of children from the time they are conceived through the adolescent years. It is our hope and prayer that you will find this course to be extremely useful in your relationships with children and teenagers, whether at home, at work, at church, or in the broader community and world. In offering this course, we seek to help equip you to be excellent stewards of the next generation.