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Undergraduate Accounting

2020 Fall Term

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3 Units

INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

Accounting 244

This course introduces students to the principles of financial accounting. Topics include the basic accounting cycle (i.e., double entry accounting), financial statements (i.e., income statement and balance sheet), and discussions of specific accounting rules at an introductory level.


3 Units

INTRODUCTION TO MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING

Accounting 249

This course introduces the student to the relevance, use, and interpretation of accounting information for decision making in support of business strategy. Topics include product costing (job order, process, absorption, variable), pricing, understanding cost structures (cost behavior), short-term decision-making, operational budgeting, evaluating performance, analyzing financial statements and ethical decision making.


3 Units

INTRO TO ACCOUNTING THEORY & FOUNDATIONS

Accounting 250

This course provides foundational knowledge of the theories, concepts, and skills that drive financial accounting. Topics include the basis for financial accounting standards, the processes organizations use to generate and analyze financial statements, and controls over financial reporting and assets.


3 Units

INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I

Accounting 341

This course focuses on accounting for assets (except investments) such as cash, receivables, inventories, plant assets, and intangible assets. This course also presents a detailed discussion of the standard-setting process, conceptual framework, accounting cycle, income statement, statement of financial position, and theoretical and practical aspects of the time-value of money in accounting.


3 Units

INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II

Accounting 343

This course continues the coverage of financial accounting topics started in ACCOUNT 341, with an emphasis on liabilities, equity, and other specialized financial accounting topics. This course emphasizes the application, interpretation, and analysis of accounting principles and procedures for complex accounting and reporting topics.


3 Units

INDIVIDUAL TAXATION

Accounting 351

A study of federal income tax laws with emphasis on the individual taxpayer, particularly of employees and sole proprietors. The study includes a review of current proposals, discussion of practical problems in tax planning and practice in the preparation of tax returns.


3 Units

BUSINESS TAXATION

Accounting 352

This course examines federal tax laws that are applicable to corporations and partnerships. In addition, students will explore ancillary tax topics that directly affect the evolving landscape of business taxation.


3 Units

ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Accounting 354

This course examines the nature of accounting information systems and the ways in which various components are integrated to provide relevant and reliable financial information for decision making. Students will also study the role of technology on financial reporting and internal control, system analysis and related issues in ethics.


3 Units

COST MANAGEMENT I

Accounting 356

This course presents an overview of basic cost measurement principles and an in-depth examination of product costing procedures and techniques including process costing, job-order costing, activity-based costing, accounting for spoilage, and standards and variances (cost, expense, revenue, and selected variance investigation models). This course also includes the following specific cost allocation topics: joint products, byproduct products, and service departments.


3 Units

SERVICE IN ACCOUNTING

Accounting 357

This course gives the student the opportunity to meet academic objectives through provision of community service. Students will work with community partners to meet real needs in the community by applying knowledge from their business courses. This course will also give students the opportunity to reflect on the value of these experiences from a community and interpersonal perspective.


3 Units

ADVANCED ACCOUNTING

Accounting 461

This course presents an indepth examination of accounting for business combinations including mergers, parent-subsidiary relationships, and consolidated statements. It also covers accounting for partnerships, foreign currency translations, and an introduction to international accounting.


3 Units

ACCOUNTING FOR NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS

Accounting 463

This course is designed to provide students with an in-depth study of accounting for state and local governments, colleges and universities, health-care entities, and voluntary health and welfare organizations.


3 Units

AUDITING

Accounting 465

This course introduces the student to auditing, attestation, and assurance services. Specific topics include materiality, audit risk, audit evidence, audit planning, AICPA audit standards, professional ethics, and legal liability. Additional topics include sampling, tests of controls and substantive tests, auditing EDP systems, preparing audit reports, and assessing internal control policies and procedures.


3 Units

ACCOUNTING ANALYTICS

Accounting 480

This course is intended to provide students with an understanding of data analytic thinking and terminology as well as hands-on experience with data analytics tools and techniques. Students should leave this course with the skills necessary to translate accounting and business problems into actionable proposals that they can competently present to managers and data scientists.


1-6 Units

INTERNSHIP IN ACCOUNTING

Accounting 493

An opportunity for selected upperclassman to gain work experience in one of the various areas of accounting practice during a semester or summer. Course includes close faculty-employer coordination and an appropriate written report on the work experience.


1-3 Units

INDEPENDENT STUDIES

Accounting 498

Study of a selected topic or topics under the direction of a faculty member. Repeatable.

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