Survey of accounting topics related to business decisions including financial reporting, managerial accounting, and other special topics.
User-oriented approach to the study of financial accounting and reporting topics related to business decisions.
User-oriented approach to the study of managerial accounting topics related to business decisions.
Basic legal concepts and the judicial system, with emphasis on business law.
Federal tax law and preparation of individual income tax returns. Not allowed as an upper-division elective by accounting majors and not open for students who received credit for ACCT 403.
Accounting theory and practice as it relates to preparation of financial statements.
Internal managerial and cost accounting, including budgeting, cost determination, and analysis.
Overview of individual, corporate, and partnership taxation. Emphasis is on sole proprietorships.
Additional accounting theory and practice as it relates to preparation of financial statements.
Advanced topics in accounting theory and practice as it relates to preparation of financial statements.
Advanced topics in the use of accounting information for managerial decisions.
Advanced tax topics. Emphasis is on the taxation of partnerships and corporations.
The study of legal issues affecting accountants and managers.
Accounting principles and procedures for local, state, and federal governmental units and for private nonprofit organizations.
Study of the principles and application of international financial reporting standards.
Graduation with Leadership Distinction: GLD: Global Learning
Analysis of current topics, issues and practices in various areas of accounting. May be repeated as content varies by title.