BUS 2201

Description

An introduction to accounting information for financial reports, including accounting concepts, analysis and interpretation of financial reports, with an emphasis on the operating and financial activities. Measures income and expense, working capital and investments in calculating performances and making business decisions. Emphasis is on corporations and fund-flow.

Objectives

  1. Define terms related to business accounting.
  2. Apply accounting concepts and principles.
  3. Prepare financial statements.
  4. Analyze financial statements for decision making.
  5. Evaluate internal controls.
  6. Account for partnership transactions.
  7. Differentiate international financial reporting standards (IFRS) from generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP).

PreRequisites

None

Textbook(s)

Accounting (Rev: 9)

Publisher: Prentice Hall (01/02/2012)
Author: Horngren, C. T., Harrison, W. T., & Oliver, M. S.
ISBN: 9780132569057
Price: $156.20

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