Minor in Management - Financial Accounting MGMT 2101   Financial Accounting
CREDIT HOURS: 3
This course introduces basic financial accounting methodologies and accounting principles used in the measurement and reporting of an organization’s operating, financing and investing activities to external parties. Students develop an understanding of the information content of financial statements and techniques for analyzing the financial statements. The organizational context includes business, government and not-for-profit settings. The coverage includes an examination of the accounting process, basic issues in financial reporting, and the financial statement disclosure requirements.
PREREQUISITES: MGMT 1000.03, MGMT 1001.03
EXCLUSIONS: COMM 1101.03