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Accounting and Organizational Goals
Instructor John Curran
Course Number ACCT-801-01
Jan 08, 2018
6 weeks
27 Seats

This course provides an understanding of how accounting helps organizations achieve their goals. Special emphasis is given to the resolution of controversial accounting issues within the context of a firm s goals. Topics include standards and practices of financial reporting, financial statements, inventories, long-term assets, bonds and other liabilities, and stockholders equity.

  • Credits

    2 credit hours

    This 6 week course requires students to spend approximately 15 hours a week on course work.

  • Enrollment Restrictions
    • Restricted to students in the Business Administration-Online Executive (MBA) program.
    • Some seats are reserved to select populations of students.
    • Restricted to degree-seeking graduate students or those with permission from instructor.
    • Prerequisites: ACCT-110 or NACC-205 or equivalent course.
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