Introduces the preparation and use of financial accounting information. Course includes preparation and analysis of financial statements and related disclosures.
Introduces the internal use of accounting information to plan, control and evaluate the activities of business organizations. Course emphasizes problem solving and decision making for manufacturing and service enterprises.
Examines the theory and practice of cost accumulation and analysis with particular emphasis on the design, operation and evaluation of cost management systems used by business enterprises.
Examines the theory of generally accepted accounting principles and its application to complex financial reporting issues including the valuation of balance sheet accounts, determination of net income and preparation of financial statements and related disclosures. An in-depth study with respect to the accounting for revenue, cash and receivables, inventories, property, plant, equipment and intangible assets will be provided.
A continuation course for ACC 3310 that further examines the theory of generally accepted accounting principles and its application to complex financial reporting issues. An in-depth study with respect to the accounting for long-term investments, liabilities and leases, income taxes, post-retirement benefits and shareholders’ equity will be provided.
Examines the theory and practice of data management and control as they relate to the design, implementation and use of accounting information systems.
Examines a current accounting issue. Topics may relate to any functional area of the accounting profession and are chosen based on the mutual interest of faculty and students.
Examines the application of current income tax regulations to individuals and business entities. A strategic decision-making approach is emphasized.
Examines the accounting issues associated with business combinations, intercompany investments, partnerships and governmental and not-for-profit entities.
Supervised, off-campus work experience that allows the student to apply concepts and techniques learned in the classroom. Students work with a faculty advisor to design the internship and are evaluated by the advisor, as well as an on-site supervisor.