ACTG 2010 - Survey of Accounting (Full-term session—June 15-August 13)
|Online||06/15 - 08/13||Brothers, Douglas|
Accounting for running a business, with modules on financial accounting and a focus on managerial accounting. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing. Business minors only.
ACTG 2200 - Introduction to Financial Reporting
|M T W R||06/15 - 07/14||10:30 am to 12:40 pm||Nickell, Erin|
The purpose of this course is to introduce students to accounting and its relevance in the business world. Students learn how to analyze transactions and prepare financial statements. In addition, students are introduced to publicly traded company's annual reports and 10k's. Prerequisite: degree checkpoint 1.
ACTG 2300 - Accounting for Decision Making (Full-term session—June 15-August 13)
|T R||06/15 - 08/13||1:00 pm to 3:10 pm||Davisson, Kathleen|
Introduces or reinforces concepts and techniques for using accounting information for managerial purposes. The focus is on interpreting financial information and making business decisions, not accumulating or preparing accounting information. Prerequisites: degree checkpoint 1 and ACTG 2200.
ACTG 3220 - Understanding Financial Statements (Full-term session—June 15-August 13)
|T R||06/15 - 08/13||10:30 am to 12:40 pm||Harrison, Paul|
Provides business majors with the necessary understanding to read, interpret, and use published financial statements. Cross listed with ACTG 4222. Prerequisites: ACTG 2200 and degree checkpoint 1.
ACTG 3440 - Business and Investment Tax Issues (Full-term session—June 15-August 13)
|M W||06/15 - 08/13||10:30 am to 12:40 pm||Tripp, John|
Income tax conceptual framework applicable to common business and investment transactions, including tax implications of business decisions. How effective business planning depends on accurate assessment of relevant tax factors. Prerequisites: ACTG 2200 and degree checkpoint 1.
ACTG 3462 - Corporate & Partnership Tax (Full-term session—June 15-August 13)
|M W||06/15 - 08/13||1:00 pm to 3:10 pm||Tripp, John|
Federal income tax as applied to the formation, operation and dissolution of business entities. Determination of corporate taxable income, special deductions, credits, methods of computing tax liability and estimated tax requirements. Determination of partnership and S Corporation ordinary income; classification and amount of separately stated items allocable to partners and S Corporation shareholders in accordance with the conduit principle. Prerequisites: degree checkpoint 2 and ACTG 3036 or ACTG 3440.