acc220 | undergraduate
Survey Of Accounting: The Maze Of Numbers
This undergraduate-level course is 9 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Introduction to Statements I
- Give examples of the data found on various financial statements.
- Compare and contrast sole proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations.
- Define commonly-used accounting terms.
Introduction to Statments II
- Discuss characterisitics to consider when reviewing a financial report.
- Identify the components of groups within a classified balance sheet.
Responsibility Centers and Incremental Analysis
- Identify the components of a flexible budget.
- Discuss the accountability of each type of responsibility center.
- Give examples of business decisions that would involve incremental analysis.
- Summarize ways companies can monitor internal cash control.
- Discuss principles of internal control.
- Examine the basic principles of cash managment.
- Compare and contrast managerial accounting and financial accounting.
- Analyze managers' use of accounting information.
Cost, Volume, and Profit
- Explain the components of cost-volume-profit analysis.
Looking at Budgets
- Discuss the benefits of budgeting.
- Examine the use of different types of budgets.
Principles and Practices
- Assess how accounting principles and practices function within a business.
Careers and Accounting in Business
- Summarize the role accounting plays in business.
- Discuss the importance of ethics in financial reporting.
- Discuss the various career opportunities within the field of accounting.
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