Corporate Reporting I

3.00 credit hours

This course covers financial accounting theory, generally accepted accounting principles and reporting practices, including evaluation of current issues and practices related to asset valuation, including receivables, inventory and fixed assets. It also covers the users and uses of financial statements, the difference between cash-basis and accrual accounting, the determination of income, the financial statements, financial statement analysis, revenue recognition, and the role of financial information in valuation decisions and contracting.

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