3.00 credit hours
This course, the first in the Corporate Reporting sequence, examines the effects of transactions and the related journal entries in the accounting system used to arrive at the information reported in the published financial statements of public companies. This course is about understanding the financial language of business, and the impact of financial events on a company's financial statements - whether you're the CFO responsible for preparing the financial statements (and the related disclosures), or an equity analyst or lender seeking to understand the financial position of the company. Students will use advanced spreadsheet functions and other technology tools tools to further develop their ability to report and analyze data based on financial accounting.
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