Accounting

ACCOUNTING 210: FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

Fall. Credit, four hours. Basic principles, procedures, and objectives of accounting systems. Emphasis is placed on the necessity of accounting and on appraisal of strengths and weaknesses of accounting data. This course does not satisfy distribution requirements in history and social sciences.

ACCOUNTING 211: MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING

Spring. Credit, four hours. Prerequisite: Accounting 210. This course provides financial information to managers (and other persons that are inside the firm) that is relevant for business decisions. Focus on both the creation of internal financial reports, as well as their implementation and use.