Course Descriptions and Outlines

Intermediate Accounting I

This course is a comprehensive study of accounting theory and concepts with an analysis of the influence on accounting by various boards, associations, and government agencies. Topics include the purpose of financial reporting and the significance of the FASB's conceptual framework, preparation of financial statements, adjusting and closing entries, classification of balance sheet items, and various revenue recognition methods. Other miscellaneous topics may be included. Prerequisite(s): ACCT2203

Credits: 4.00

Credit Breakdown: Lecture 3.00
Lab 1.00
On the job training n/a

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