University of Central Arkansas
College of Business
Vision, Mission, and Core Values Statement
Our vision is to be a leading regional public business college in Arkansas, with national recognition in selected fields or areas.
Statement of Mission and Core Values
Our mission is to provide high quality business education to our undergraduate and graduate students through the delivery of a current and responsive curriculum that promotes intellectual and professional development. We promote excellence through our scholarly endeavors and service to our stakeholders through strong engagement with the regional and global business community. In carrying out this mission, the College of Business is guided by the following core values: 1. Intellectual Excellence.
2.1. Educate students: We promote intellectual and professional development of students by emphasizing communication, critical and analytical thinking, collaboration, information management and a broad exposure to key business disciplines. 2.2. Scholarship: We believe that faculty and students should engage in professional development and scholarly endeavors that promote the application and creation of knowledge in business practice and education. 2.3. Cultural competence: We maintain and develop current and responsive curriculum that prepares students for the global business environment through broad exposure to key business disciplines. 2.4. Physical learning environment: We strive to provide a physical infrastructure with appropriate technology that provides an environment in which our students and faculty can thrive professionally and intellectually. 2. Community.
3.5. Collegiality: We encourage transparency in our decision making practice through a process of shared governance based on interactions among faculty, staff, and students. 3.6. Service: We pursue collaborative partnerships between our internal and external stakeholders to promote life-long and experiential learning, research, service, and community interaction. 3. Diversity.
3.1. We value the opportunity to work, learn, and develop in a community that embraces the diversity of individuals and ideas. 4. Integrity.
5.7. Ethics: We are committed to ethical and responsible behavior in our own actions and to developing the same commitment in our students by promoting the awareness of professional ethical responsibilities. 5.8. Responsibility: We commit to being responsible and accountable in our operations at all levels, including assessment and continuous improvement of our academic programs and transparency in our fiscal and operational proceedings. Learning Goals
Our graduates shall possess:
1. Critical Thinking & Analytical Thinking Skills;
2. Awareness of the Global Business Environment;
3. Ethical Reasoning Abilities;
4. Effective Communication Abilities;
5. Effective Collaborative Skills;
6. Effective Information Management Skills;
7. Understanding of a Broad Range of Business Disciplines.
| Principles of Accounting II
| Spring 2013
| 12:00 – 12:50 MWF
| Dr. Patricia Mounce, CPA, CFE
| January 11 – March 3: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8:00 – 11:00March 4 – May 3: Monday, Wednesday 10:00 – 11:00; 1:00 – 3:00Tuesday 8:00 – 11:00Friday 10:00 – 11:00Other times: by appointment
ACCT2310, Principles of Accounting I
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The following items are required and are used for both ACCT 2310 and ACCT 2311. Therefore, you should not need to purchase them if you purchased them for ACCT 2310,...
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