Covers the basic concepts of federal income taxation applicable to individual taxpayers, including realization and recognition of income, deductions and credits.

Introduction to financial accounting and its application to the reporting needs of organizations. Topics include basic accounting processes and procedures, financial statement preparation and analysis, internal control, and the valuation and measurement of accounts included in financial reports.

Introduction to financial accounting and its application to the reporting needs of organizations. Topics include basic accounting processes and procedures, financial statement preparation and analysis, internal control, and the valuation and measurement of accounts included in financial reports.

An introduction to managerial accounting concepts and the use of accounting information for planning, control and decision-making. Topics include cash flow statements, costing of products and services, cost-volume-profit analysis, budgeting, performance evaluation, and costs relevant to  decision-making.

This course is a continuation of the study of financial accounting theory and practice. It emphasizes the recognition and measurement of liablities including leases and taxes, changes in stockholders’ equity, earnings per share, long-term investments, and the statement of cash flows.

Provides an introduction to fund accounting with particular emphasis on accounting for state and local governmental units. Accounting for hospitals, colleges, and universities, and other nonprofit organizations is also covered.