ACCT 200: Financial Accounting

Credits 3

An introduction to the construction and interpretation of financial statements, valuation of assets, financial ratios analysis, and the construction and use of budgets for decision making.

ACCT 230: Managerial Accounting

Credits 3

An introduction to the use of accounting for making decisions in organizations, including the history of managerial accounting, concepts and techniques related to internal decision-making, the relations between financial and managerial accounting, and current ethical issues in the field.

ACCT 300: Accounting and Society I

Credits 3

This course prepares students to understand & evaluate the effect of business on society by analyzing corporate financial & sustainability reports. The course will focus on select areas of these reports as well as the frameworks & standards governing corporate reporting. First of 2-course sequence.

ACCT 310: Accounting and Society II

Credits 3

Students will engage with financial reporting topics of societal relevance not covered in ACCT 300, while also exploring the historical and contemporary relations among accounting, capitalism, and the state. Second of 2-course sequence.

ACCT 340: Accounting Information & Control Systems

Credits 3

This course introduces students to accounting information systems, internal controls, and organizational control systems. Students will investigate these topics from both a technical and an ethical perspective, with a focus on how these systems affect stakeholders.

ACCT 350: Taxation and Business Law

Credits 3

This course introduces students to the fundamentals of business law and income taxation. Students will gain experience reading case law and statutory law as it applies to common issues encountered by businesses and will learn how to complete a Federal income tax return for a small business owner.