This course is an introduction to concepts on financial accounting, and principles for analyzing the three basic financial statements: the income statement, balance sheet, and statement of cash flows. It covers the preparation of timely, relevant, and reliable reports for decision makers to make important decisions. Important business operations that impact financial positions of firms will be introduced.
No prerequisite.
This course focuses on using accounting information for strategic, tactical, and operating decisions for decision makers within an organization.It is a study of financial statement analysis, accounting information systems and accounting principles as they apply to managers. It covers the accounting methods utilized by corporations and the utilization of accounting data for cost accounting, decision making, and planning and control.
No prerequisite.