Intermediate Accounting Practice and Process

MGMT X 423.44

This course covers accounting statements, the time value of money, control of cash and receivables, inventory, the acquisition and disposal of property, plant and equipment, depreciation, liabilities, and equity.

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What you can learn.

  • Develop an understanding of generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and their application
  • Analyze, interpret, and draw conclusions about accounting and business information
  • Understand how business managers use accounting information to make decisions

About this course:

This course is a presentation of accounting information, accounting statements, the time value of money, control of cash and receivables, inventory, the acquisition and disposal of property, plant and equipment, depreciation, liabilities, and equity. This course is designed for people with an undergraduate degree in something outside of finance who are working or looking to work in a position with financial responsibilities.

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