The course covers the accounting information system, including recording and reporting of business transactions with a focus on the accounting cycle, the application of generally accepted accounting principles, the financial statements, and statement analysis. Includes issues relating to asset, liability, and equity valuation, revenue and expense recognition, cash flow, internal controls, and ethics. It focuses on cost terms and concepts, cost behavior, cost structure and cost-volume-profit analysis.
Elements of Accounting I. Basic principles of the complete accounting cycle with emphasis on current assets; property, plant, and equipment; and current liabilities. Elements of Accounting II. Special Topics In Accounting.
Begins with a review of the accounting process and the conceptual framework underlying financial accounting. It proceeds to an in-depth study of cash, time value of money, receivables, and inventory. Continues the intermediate sequence with in-depth coverage of operational assets tangible and intangibleliabilites current and long-termstockholders equity, and investments.
Concludes the intermediate sequence with in-depth coverage of the statement of cash flow, pensions, and post retirement benefits, leases, earnings, per share, financial statement analysis, accounting for income taxes, accounting changes and error analysis, revenue rocognition, and financial reporting.
Legal Environment of Business.
Includes the nature and function of law; contracts and private property as basic concepts in free enterprise; the legal system and evolution of attitudes and law regarding marketing functions and governmental regulation imposed on business activities.
Restricted to students with sophomore, junior or senior status.
Emphasizes structuring and analyzing accounting data for management decisions related to manufacturing, merchandising, and service entities. Addresses cost allocation, inventory methods, and concepts, process and activity based costing systems, standard costing, and performance measures.
Covers accounting principles for state and local governental units, universities, hospitals, and other not-for-profit organizations. Topics include budgetary accounting, the preparation of reports and statements, and the use of special funds. Junior or senior statues and consent of instructor.
Restricted to students with junior or senior status. Topics includes Uniform Commercial Code Art. This course is designed to provide the student with an introduction to the skills necessary to detect, investigate, and prevent fraud, and white-collar crime.
The purpose of this course is to 1 educate the student about both the pervasiveness of and the causes of fraud and white-collar crime in our society, 2 explore the methods of fraud detection, investigation, and prevention, and 3 increase the student's ability to detect material financial statement fraud.
Emphasizes how accounting informaiton systems function in today's business environment. Manual and computer systems will be used to study the processes and procedures by which an organization's financial information is accumulated, classified, processed, analyzed, and communicated.
Topics include business cycles, controls, integrated accounting software, spreadsheets, and relational databases. Principles of Energy Accounting. Provides a study of the accounting and taxation principles and theories relating to the energy industry.
The course will focus on specific accounting entries, presentation on and impact to financial statements, and taxation concepts relating to oil, gas, and other energy companies.Hinduism and Buddhism Presentation. 6 pages. Audience Analysis Paper Hum HUM - Spring Register Now; wk 7 test.
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