ACC 216: Financial Accounting I

Class Program
Credits 4
This course introduces the basic concepts of financial accounting and managerial accounting. Accounting describes economic events that occur in organizations and is presented as a course of information and a tool for effective decision making. Students learn to prepare, understand and interpret financial statements. Actual company annual reports, 10K and proxy statements are used. The course is taught from an accounting user perspective.
Semester Offered
Offered fall and spring