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My Favorite Courses

Course Number: KM 387, Fall 2009

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My Favorite Courses Thus Far... Economics In Economics I learned about investing in the stock market and how to predict future trends in our economy. These abilities very important to have in any career in the business world. are Introduction to Business In this class I learned how to make a business plan and how to create a cash flow statement. These skills will be crucial once I graduate from NAU and start my...

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Favorite My Courses Thus Far... Economics In Economics I learned about investing in the stock market and how to predict future trends in our economy. These abilities very important to have in any career in the business world. are Introduction to Business In this class I learned how to make a business plan and how to create a cash flow statement. These skills will be crucial once I graduate from NAU and start my own business. Introduction to Ethics This class taught me how to think philosophically and how to make ethical decisions. In Business Management, it is very to important make decisions based on the common good of everyone and not just yourself. Physics I believe that all the ideas and skills acquired in this class are essential to anyone's education. It is important to understand how the world works and why things are the way they are. Introduction to Computer Information Systems - In today'...

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