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1 Salem Community College Course Syllabus Section I Course Title: Business Mathematics Course Code: BUS106 Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0 Credits: 3 Course Description: The Business Mathematics course is designed to provide a comprehensive introduction to the concepts and applications of mathematics to personal and commercial applications found in a typical business environment. Topics including pricing, investments, payroll, supply chain, home financing are a few of the topics discussed. Prerequisite: MA093 if required. Co-requisite: None Place in College Curriculum: This course is required for all Business Administration AAS degree and Administrative Assistant certificate. Date of Last Revisions: 9/2011 Section II Course Content Outline: 1) Whole Numbers: How to Dissect and Solve Word Problems a) Reading, Writing, and Rounding Whole Numbers b) Adding and Subtracting Whole Numbers c) Multiplying and Dividing Whole Number 2) Fractions: Types and Conversions a) Types of Fractions and Conversion Procedures b) Adding and Subtracting Fractions c) Multiplying and Dividing Fractions

2 3) Decimals: Rounding and Conversions a) Rounding Decimals, Fraction and Decimal Conversions b) Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, and Dividing Decimals 4) Banking: Account Reconciliation a) The Checking Account b) Bank Statement and Reconciliation Process 5) Solving Equations for the UnKnown a) Solving Equations for the Unknown in Business Word Problems 6) Applications of Percent a) Conversions 7) Discounts: Trade and Cash a) Trade Discounts b) Cash Discounts 8) Markups and Markdowns: Perishables and Breakeven Analysis a) Markups Based on Cost b) Markups Based on Selling Price c) Markdowns and Perishables d) Breakeven Analysis 9) Payroll a) Calculating Various Types of Employees Gross Pay b) Computing Payroll Deductions for Employees Pay 10) Simple Interest a) Calculation of Simple Interest and Maturity Value b) U.S. Rule- Making Partial Note Payments before Due Date 11) Promissory Notes, Simple Discount Notes, and the Discount Process a) Structure of Promissory Notes b) Discounting an Interest-Bearing Note before Maturity 12) Compound Interest and Present Value a) Compound Interest (Future Value) b) Present Value 13) Annuities and Sinking Funds a) Annuities: Ordinary and Annuity Due b) Present Value of an Ordinary Annuity c) Sinking Funds 14) Installment Buying, Rule of 78, and Revolving Charge Credit Cards a) Cost of Installment Buying b) Paying Off Installment Loans before Due Date c) Revolving Charge Credit Cards

3 Section III Course Performance Objectives #1: The student will demonstrate how to dissect and solve word problems. Learning Outcomes Use place values to read and write numeric and verbal whole numbers. Round whole numbers to the indicated position. Use blueprint aid for dissecting and solving a word problem. Add and subtract whole numbers; check and estimate addition computations. Multiply and divide whole numbers; check and estimate multiplication computations. Course Performance Objectives #2: The student will demonstrate the characteristics of the banking industry. Define and state the purpose of signature cards, checks, deposit slips, check stubs, check registers and endorsements. Define and state the purpose of the bank statement. Complete a check register and bank reconciliation. Explain the trends in online banking. Course Performance Objectives #3: The student will demonstrate knowledge of stocks, bonds and mutual funds. Read and explain stock quotations. Calculate dividends of preferred and common stocks; calculate return on investment. Read and explain bond quotations. Compare bond yields to bond premiums and discounts. Explain the calculated net asset value and mutual fund. Course Performance Objectives #4: The student will demonstrate a comprehension of retail trade.

4 Calculate single trade discounts with formulas and complements. Explain the freight terms FOB shipping point and FOB destination. Calculate chain discounts with the net price equivalent rate and single equivalent discount rate. Find list price when the net price and trade discount rates are known. List and explain typical discount periods and credit periods that a business may offer. Course Performance Objectives #5: The student will demonstrate knowledge of retail pricing strategies. Calculate dollar markup and percent markup on cost. Calculate selling price when you know the cost and percent markup on cost. Calculate cost when you know the selling price and percent markup on cost. Calculate dollar markup and percent markup on selling price. Calculate markdowns; compare markdowns. Calculate contribution margins and breakeven points. Course Performance Objectives #6: The student will demonstrate knowledge of payroll and related taxes. Define, compare and contrast weekly, biweekly, semimonthly, and monthly pay periods. Calculate gross pay with overtime on the basis of time. Prepare and explain the parts of a payroll register. Explain and calculate federal and state unemployment taxes. Course Performance Objectives #7: The student will demonstrate how to calculate and make investments decisions. Calculate simple interest and maturity value for months and years. Calculate simple interest and maturity value by (a) exact interest and (b) ordinary interest. Complete the proper interest credits under the U.S. Rule. Compare present value (PV) with compound interest (FV). Calculate the compound amount and interest manually and by table lookup. Compute present value by table Course Performance Objectives #8:

5 The student will demonstrate knowledge of annuities and sinking funds. Differentiate between contingent annuities and annuities certain. Calculate the future value of an ordinary annuity and an annuity due manually and by table lookup. Calculate the present value of an ordinary annuity by table lookup and manually check the calculation. Calculate the payment made at the end of each period by table lookup. Course Performance Objectives #9: The student will demonstrate knowledge of how to read and interpret financial statements. Explain the purpose and the key items on the balance sheet. Explain the purpose and the key items on the income statement. Explain the complete a trend analysis. List, explain, and calculate key financial ratios. Section IV General Education Requirements: The general education goals covered in BUS106 are communication, critical thinking & problem solving. Section V Outcomes Assessment: A college-wide outcomes assessment program has been put into place to enhance the quality and effectiveness of the curriculum and programs at Salem Community College. As part of this assessment program, the learning outcomes for this course will be assessed. Assessment methods may include tests, quizzes, papers, reports, projects and other instruments. Copies of all outcomes assessments are available in an electronic assessment bank maintained by the Institutional Research and Planning Office. Course Activities: The course will consist of lecture, discussion, demonstration, the viewing of a variety of videos, and group activity that will allow the students to evaluate real-life case studies. Course Requirements and Means of Evaluation: Please refer to the instructor s syllabus addendum (to be distributed in class) for specific information regarding the course requirements and means of evaluation. Attendance Policy: Regular and prompt attendance in all classes is expected of students. Students absent from class for any reason are responsible for making up any missed work. Faculty members establish an attendance policy for each course and it is the student s responsibility to honor and comply with that policy.

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