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At the end of the course unit students should be able to;

1.   identify the accounting information system, double entry system and accounting     cycle of a company

2.   discuss the elements, uses, and limitations of each financial statement and the relationships among the statements

3.   identify the framework of accounting and the concepts, principles, and procedures that govern how the financial statements are prepared.

4 .  explain financial information, primarily that provided by the financial statements, can be used to analyse business operations and make economic decisions

5.   prepare financial statements of sole-proprietorship, partnership and company

explain accounting standards in preparation of financial statements of   Companies

At the end of the course unit students should be able to;

1.      describe the nature of management and managers.

2.      explain the significance of how historical theories have shaped management.

3.      discuss how organizations should be socially involved.

4.      relate local and global business environment that will impact management of an organization.

5.      describe the managerial tasks of planning, organizing, leading and controlling can be executed in a variety of circumstances in business context.

6.      discuss managerial practices and choices relative to ethical principles and standards.

7.      practice management principles for achieving desired outcome.

At the end of the course unit students should be able to;

1.      discuss the microeconomics concepts and theories leading to independent analysis and judgment on economic issues

2.      describe and explain the rationale for economic decisions made by individuals

3.      explain how the market forces of supply and demand cause prices to be what they are.

4.      recognize macroeconomic concepts, topics and theories of how to address macroeconomic problems

5.      identify the applicable tools of macroeconomic analysis to critically question, analyze and discuss economic problems and issues and describe how economic thought has evolved

6.      discuss alternative models explaining the role of fiscal and monetary policy in the domestic and international macro economies.

7.      explain contemporary theories of economic growth and development, evaluate these theories in light of economic performance

8.      identify the impact of unemployment and inflation to an economy

At the end of the course unit students should be able to;

1.      explain the importance of financial literacy and relevance of financial mathematics in personal finance and economic decision making

2.      identify the nature of difference financial assets where financial mathematics involves

3.      differentiate various forms of interest rates and calculate interest and value of financial assets based on simple and compound interest rates

4.      determine values of variables in arithmetic progressions and geometric progressions and their use in decision making

5.      explain the concept of time value and its determinants

6.      calculate time value of money

7.      calculate the present value of annuities and perpetuities

8.      prepare loan amortization schedules

9.      identify terms used in lease agreements and calculate PV of lease rentals and the amount of lease instalment

At the end of the course unit students should be able to;

1.      identify the legal systems and powers of the courts in Sri Lanka.

2.      explain and apply the rules concerning the elements of a contract and identify whether there is a valid contract between the parties.

3.      identify the ways that agency is created and explain authorities of an agent.

4.      explain the applicable principals and law with regard to bills of exchange and cheques.

5.      explain the provisions contained in Sale of Goods Ordinance and advise the Seller or buyer with regard to the issues arisen out of the contract of sale of goods.

6.      identify the main statutory provisions with regard to regulate the relationship between employer and employee.

7.      identify the different modes of Alternate dispute resolutions.

8.      identify the law relating to the partnerships.

9.      illustrate Fundamental principles of contracts of insurance.

10.    distinguish Hire-purchase from Leasing.

11.    identify Main types of securities taken by lenders.

12 .   identify FOB and CIF contracts in the international sale of goods

At the end of the course unit students should be able to;

1.      examine different learning methods and styles which are important in selecting right method of learning

2.      display professionalism in learning and development

3.      examine the right communication methods/styles needed for different situations; and

4.      improve confidence in delivering effective communication by overcoming issues pertaining to effective communication.