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ACC 540 - Corporate Financial Reporting

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.

Credit Hours: 3 hrs
Grade Mode: Normal (A-F)

Typically offered Fall, Winter and Summer I (evening), Summer II (day)

Prerequisite(s): ACC 340 

Major Restriction(s): Master of Science in Accounting (MSA) (ACC)  students; and students admitted to the graduate side of the 150-hour BBA-Accounting/MSA  and 150-hour BBA-AIS/MSA  programs only.

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Course Rotation 3/2015; 12/2007; effective Spring 2008

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