ACC 213. Accounting Principles I. 3 hours credit, fall
An introduction to accounting principles and to the process of recording financial data and preparing periodic financial statements. Accounting for the sole proprietorship, for a merchandising firm, and payroll are emphasized.
ACC 223. Accounting Principles II. 3 hours credit, spring
A continuation of its prerequisite 213. Places particular emphasis on partnership accounting and corporation accounting. The student is introduced to analyzing and interpreting financial statements, budgeting and cost accounting.
ACC 303. Accounting Internship. 3 hours credit, on demand
Provides students with an opportunity for practical application under the direct supervision of a certified public accountant in an accounting firm. Prospective interns are screened by the department and supervising employer. Co-/Pre-requisite: ACC 313 or consent of department's intern coordinator.
ACC 313. Intermediate Accounting I. 3 hours credit, fall
General objectives and principles of financial accounting with emphasis on accounting for assets and statement presentation. Special consideration is given to the Financial Accounting Standards Board conceptual framework. Prerequisite: 223.
ACC 323. Intermediate Accounting II. 3 hours credit, spring
A continuation of its prerequisite 313. Study of generally accepted accounting principles related to liabilities and capital, financial statement analysis, statement of changes in financial position, price level accounting, and leasing transactions.
ACC 333. Accounting Information Systems for Management. 3 hours credit, fall, crosslisted as CIS 333.
A comprehensive study of organizational needs for information and an introduction to the integrated management information system. Information is studied as an organizational resource. Concepts underlying the analysis, design, use, control, and audit of accounting information systems will be studied. The class will look at several examples of accounting systems, and each student will get an in-depth look at one system. Emphasis is placed on current issues and developments in the field. Pre-requisites: ACC 223 and BUS 282; Co-/pre-requisite: BUS 272.
ACC 353. Cost (Management) Accounting I. 3 hours credit, fall
A study of accounting practices relating to manufacturing operations. Topics include job order, process accounting, standard cost systems, break-even analysis, variances, cost-volume-profit analysis, and budgeting. Prerequisite: 223.
ACC 413. Advanced Financial Accounting I. 3 hours credit, odd years, fall
Accounting for alternative forms of business expansion with emphasis on consolidated statements. Topics include partnerships, business combinations, consolidated financial statements, foreign operations, and segment reporting. Prerequisite: 223.
ACC 423. Fundamentals of Auditing. 3 hours credit, spring
Study of auditing theory and procedures. The nature of auditing, internal control systems, auditing techniques and evidence, audit working papers and reports, and professional ethics and independence are emphasized. Prerequisite: 223.
ACC 433. Income Tax I. 3 hours credit, odd years, fall
Study of federal income tax law and procedures primarily as they pertain to individuals. Topics include gross income, exclusions, personal and business deductions and credits, preparation of tax returns, and tax planning under current law. Prerequisite: 223.
ACC 443. Income Tax II. 3 hours credit, even years, fall
A continuation of the study of the federal income tax as it relates to corporations, partnerships and fiduciaries. Also included is study of more specialized income tax problems and the federal social security, estate and gift taxes. Prerequisite: 433.
ACC 453. Cost Accounting II. 3 hours credit, on demand
Additional study in the development of cost and managerial accounting data for use in planning, control and decision-making by managers. Covers incremental costs, flexible budgeting, capital budgeting, inventory models, decision-making behavior under uncertainty, learning curves and determination of cost. Prerequisite: 353.
ACC 463. Governmental and Non-Profit Accounting. 3 hours credit, even years, spring
A study of fund accounting practices and procedures for different types of governmental entities and other not-for-profit organizations. Includes an analysis of financial information presentation for these entities. Prerequisite: 223.