An examination of the generally accepted accounting principles used in corporate financial reporting with particular emphasis on advanced topics such as equity, long-term assets and liabilities, revenue recognition, prior period adjustments and cash flows. Also included is the role of the SEC in financial reporting of publicly traded companies.
Major Restrictions: Master of Science in Accounting students; and students admitted to the graduate side of the 150-hour BBA-Accounting/MSA and 150-hour BBA-AIS/MSA programs only. Notes: This is a graduate course in an undergraduate program. Terms Offered: