Course Information

 

for Social Sciences Department


Accounting (ACC212)

Credits:5

THIS COURSE IS INTENDED FOR STUDENTS WHO PLAN TO SIT THE 'A' LEVEL EXAMINATION IN ACCOUNTING AND CONTINUE STUDIES IN ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT OF BUSINESS AT UNIVERSITY LEVEL.

Intro to Financial Accounting (ACCT1002)

Credits:3

Intro to Cost & Management Account (ACCT1003)

Credits:3

Intermediate Financial Accounting I (ACCT2014)

Credits:3

Intermediate Financial Accounts II (ACCT2015)

Credits:3

Management Accounting (ACCT2017)

Credits:3

Cost & Managemant Accounting (ACCT2021)

Credits:3

Introduction to Computers (CS 13B)

Credits:3

INTRODUCTION TO THE RUDIMENTS OF COMPUTER LITERACY. DISTINCTION BE- TWEEN MICRO, MINI AND MAINFRAME COMPUTER SYSTEMS; DATA PROCESSING; HARDWARE/SOFTWARE; SYSTEMS DESIGN; COMPUTER LANGUAGE. (COMPULSORY)

Introduction to Economics I (EC 10D)

Credits:3

Introduction to Economics II (EC 10F)

Credits:3

Introduction to Statistics (EC 16A)

Credits:3

DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS. PROBABILITY AND PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS. SAMPLING DISTRIBUTIONS. ESTIMATION. HYPOTHESIS TESTING. SIMPLE CORRELATION AND REGRESSION. (COMPULSORY)

Intro to Mathematics (EC141)

Credits:3

Intro to Statistics (EC160)

Credits:3

Intermediate Microeconomics I (EC20A)

Credits:3

ADVANCED TREATMENT OF SELECTED TOPICS IN ECONOMIC THEORY.

Intemediate Microeconomics II (EC20B)

Credits:3

ALTERNATIVE THEORIES OF THE FIRM; FACTOR PRICING/INPUT MARKETS; GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM AND WELFARE THEORY; INTRODUCTORY PROJECT EVALUATION.

Intermediate Macroeconomics I (EC21A)

Credits:3

THEORIES AND MODELS

Intemediate Macroeconomics II (EC21B)

Credits:3

THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT. THE SUPPLY OF MONEY. DETERMINATION OF SUPPLY

Economic Statistics (EC23J)

Credits:3

THIS COURSE SEEKS TO PROVIDE STUDENTS OF ECONOMICS AND THE SOCIAL SCIENCES WITH A SOUND UNDERSTANDING OF STATISTICAL CONCEPTS AND TECHNIQUES.

Caribbean Economy (EC25F)

Credits:3

CARIBBEAN ECONOMIC POLICY FROM THE ONSET OF MONO-CROP PLANTATION ECONOMY TO THE PRESENT (ACROSS THE LANGUAGE GROUPS).

Introduction to Economics I (ECON1001)

Credits:3

Introduction to Economics II (ECON1002)

Credits:3

Introduction to Mathematics (ECON1003)

Credits:3

Introduction to Statistics (ECON1005)

Credits:3

Intermediate Microeconomics I (ECON2000)

Credits:3

Intermediate Microeconomics II (ECON2001)

Credits:3

Intermediate Macroeconomics I (ECON2002)

Credits:3

Intermediate Macroeconomics II (ECON2003)

Credits:3

Economics Statistics (ECON2006)

Credits:3

Caribbean Economy (ECON2020)

Credits:3

English for Academic Purposes (FD 10A)

Credits:3

Caribbean Civilization (FD 11A)

Credits:3

English for Academic Purposes (FOUN1001)

Credits:3

Language: Argument (FOUN1002)

Credits:3

Caribbean Civilization (FOUN1101)

Credits:3

Introduction to Politics I (GOVT1000)

Credits:3

Introduction to Politics II (GOVT1001)

Credits:3

Comparative Politics (GOVT2019)

Credits:3

Issues in Govt & Politics of WI (GOVT2023)

Credits:3

Introduction to Politics I (GT 11A)

Credits:3

THE NATURE OF POLITICS; THEORIES OF STATE; CONCEPTS OF RIGHTS; WEBER AND MARX; EXECUTIVES AND LEGISLATURES; PARTIES; PRESSURE GROUPS; BRI- TISH GOVERNMENT; AMERICAN GOVERNMENT; WEST INDIAN GOVERNMENT; RELATIONAMONG STATES. (COMPULSORY)

Introduction to Politics I (GT 11C)

Credits:3

Introduction to Politics II (GT 11D)

Credits:3

Sociology for the Caribbean (GT 14G)

Credits:3

Comparative Politics (GT28A)

Credits:3

THIS COURSE CLARIFIES AND SYNTHESIZES SOME OF THE MAJOR THEORETICAL DIRECTIONS FOUND IN THE LITERATURE ON COMPARATIVE POLITICS. A CRITICAL EXAMINATION AND ASSESSMENT OF BOTH ORTHODOX AND RADICAL THEORIES OF COMPRATIVE POLITICS IS UNDERTAKEN.

Issues in Gov't & Politics in W.I. (GT29B)

Credits:3

A'Level Mgmt of Business II (MAN212)

Credits:5

THIS COURSE IS INTENDED FOR STUDENTS WHO PLAN TO SIT THE 'A' LEVEL EXAMINATION IN BUSINESS AND CONTINUE STUDIES IN MANAGEMENT OF BUSINESSOR INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT AT UNIVERSITY LEVEL.

Mathematics (MAT211)

Credits:5

THE LOWER LEVEL COURSE WILL CONSIST OF AN INTRODUCTORY PURE MATHEMA- TICS COURSE IN THE FIRST SEMESTER AND A CALCULUS AND TRIGONOMETRY COURSE IN THE SECOND SEMESTER.

Mathematics (MAT212)

Credits:5

THE LOWER LEVEL COURSES WILL CONSIST OF AN INTRODUCTORY PURE MATHEMA- TICS COURSE IN THE FIRST SEMESTER AND A CALCULUS AND TRIGONOMETRY COURSE IN THE SECOND SEMESTER.

Basic Mathematics (MATH1100)

Credits:4

Introduction to Management (MGMT1001)

Credits:3

Principles of Marketing (MGMT2003)

Credits:3

Management Information Systems I (MGMT2006)

Credits:3

Organizational Behaviour (MGMT2008)

Credits:3

Caribbean Business Environment (MGMT2011)

Credits:3

Quantitative Methods (MGMT2012)

Credits:3

Business Law (MGMT2021)

Credits:3

Financial Management I (MGMT2023)

Credits:3

Managerial Economics (MGMT2032)

Credits:3

Introduction to Management (MS 12A)

Credits:3

INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT; ORGANISATIONS; PLANNING; FORECASTING; ORGANISING; STAFFING; CONTROLLING. (BSC. GOVERNMENT, MANAGEMENT, SOCIOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT).

Intro to Cost & Mgmt Accounting (MS 15B)

Credits:3

COSTS; COST ACCOUNTING SYSTEM; PLANNING AND CONTROL OF MATERIAL LABOURAND FACTORY OVERHEAD COSTS; BREAK-EVEN AND COST-VOLUME - PROFIT ANALY-SIS; BUDGETING; ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF ACCOUNTS (BSC. MANAGE- MENT, SOCIOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT).

Intro to Financial Accounting (MS 15E)

Credits:3

Intro to Cost & Mgmt Accounting (MS 15F)

Credits:3

Introduction to Computers (MS 18A)

Credits:3

Principles of Marketing (MS20A)

Credits:3

THIS COURSE IS INTENDED TO PROVIDE STUDENTS WITH THE CONCEPTUAL FRAME-WORK AND ANALYTICAL SKILLS NECESSARY FOR THE ANALYSIS OF MARKETS AND MARKETING ACTIVITIES AS PRACTICED BY FIRMS IN A DYNAMIC ENVIROMENT.

Management Information Systems I (MS21B)

Credits:3

THIS COURSE PROVIDES AN OVERVIEW OF MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS. IT DESCRIBES THE COMPONENTS OF MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND THE RELATIONSHIP OF MIS TO THE LARGER AREA OF ORGANISATION AND MANAGEMENT.

Organizational Behaviour (MS22A)

Credits:3

THIS COUSE WILL USE THE SYSTEMS APPROACH TO ORGANISATIONS TO HIGHLIGHTHOW INTERRELATED VARIABLES SUCH AS PEOPLE, TECHNOLOGY, TASK, STRUCTUREAND EXTERNAL ENVIROMENTS IMPUT ON ORGANISATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS. EMPHASIS WILL BE LAID ON THE NATURE OF BEHAVIOURAL ISSUES AND HOW AND WHY THEY IMPACT ON THE FUNCTIONING OF ORGANISATIONS.

Carib'n Business Environment (MS23B)

Credits:3

THE STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONING OF CARIBBEAN ECONOMIES AND SOCIETIES AS THEY AFFECT ENTERPRISE MANAGEMENT. SPECIAL CONSIDERATION WILL BE GIVEN TO EYHICAL AND ENVIROMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS IN THE CONDUCT OF BUSINESS AS WELL AS TO THE SOCIOLOGICAL, POLITICAL AND LEGAL FRAMEWORKWITHIN WHICH CARIBBEAN BUSINESS IS CONDUCTED.

Quantitative Methods (MS23C)

Credits:3

THIS COURSE IS AN INTRODUCTORY LEVEL SURVEY OF QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUESCOMMONLY USED TO PROVIDE INSIGHT INTO BUSINESS DECISIONS.

Intermediate Financial Accounting I (MS25A)

Credits:3

THIS COURSE IS DESIGNED FOR STUDENTS WHO ARE CONSIDERING CAREERS IN ACCOUNTING.

Intermediate Financial Accounting II (MS25B)

Credits:3

THIS COURSE IS A CONTINUATION OF INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING COMMENCED IN MS25A

Management Accounting (MS25C)

Credits:3

MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING OVERVIEW: THE MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING OBJECTIVIESAND CONCEPTS; COST CLASSIFICATION CONCEPTS AND USES.

Cost & Management Accounting (MS25H)

Credits:3

THIS COURSE CONTINUES AND EXTENDS THE PRINCIPLES AND CONCEPTS OF MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING COVERED IN THE INTRODUCTORY COURSE. THE STUDENT IS EXPOSED TO A MORE INDEPTH UNDRSTANDING OF CURRENT THEORY AND PRACTICE.

Managerial Economics (MS26A)

Credits:3

Business Law (MS27A)

Credits:3

THE ROLE AND FUNCTION OF THE LAW IN SOCIETY - AS A MEANS OF SOCIAL CONTROL ANS AS A MECHANISM FOR THE ADJUDICATION OF RIGHTS. THE SOURCEOF LAW. THE LEGAL SYSTEM.

Financial Management I (MS28D)

Credits:3

Introduction to Social Psychology (PS 11B)

Credits:3

Introduction to Psychology (PS 14A)

Credits:3

Introduction to Psychology (PSYC1003)

Credits:3

Intro to Social Psychology (PSYC1004)

Credits:3

Introduction to Sociology II (SOCI1000)

Credits:3

Introduction to Sociology I (SOCI1002)

Credits:3

Classical Social Theory (SOCI2000)

Credits:3

Modern Social Theory (SOCI2001)

Credits:3

Qualitative Methods in Sociological (SOCI2006)

Credits:3

Survey Design & Analysis (SOCI2007)

Credits:3

Social Change & Development (SOCI2012)

Credits:3

Introduction to Sociology I (SY 13E)

Credits:3

WHAT IS SOCIOLOGY ABOUT? STRUCTURES OF POWER; AN ANALYSIS OF SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS AND PROCESSES (FOCUS ON CARIBBEAN SOCIETIES). (COMPUL- SORY)

Introduction to Sociology II (SY 13F)

Credits:3

Sociology for the Caribbean (SY 14G)

Credits:3

Classical Social Theory (SY20E)

Credits:3

ORIGINS ANS CLASSICAL TRADITIONS

Modern Social Theory (SY20F)

Credits:3

Survey Design & Analysis (SY22E)

Credits:3

THIS COURSE AIMS TO TEACH RESEARCH DESIGN, STATISTICAL SKILLS, AND COMPUTER SKILLS, WITHIN AN OVERALL PHILOSOPHICAL FRAMEWORK FOR UNDERSTANDING KNOWLEDGE.

Quantitative Methods (SY22F)

Credits:3

Social Change & Development (SY23F)

Credits:3