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Business Process Modeling provides an introduction to the modeling of business requirements and processes. It is based on a system of postulates, data and inferences presented as an analytical description of an entity or a state of affairs. It requires deconstruction of what is behind the numbers and thus integrates both behavioral and financial considerations when striving to model and forecast future outcomes and events. Students will develop modeling skills so that they are able to formulate a well-posed problem, carry out relevant analysis, interpret results, and make sound decisions.


Note: Required prerequisite: Financial Accounting for Non-Accountants (BUSA-40009) or Elementary Accounting 1 (BUSA-40036).

Course Number: BUSA-40892
Credit: 3.00 unit(s)