ACCT 100 – Financial Accounting I – Fall, 2012

ACCT 100 – Financial Accounting – Fall 2012

Course Overview

This course will provide the student with an introduction, from a user perspective, to the principles and procedures of financial accounting.  Topics include the objectives and users of accounting information, the mechanics of accounting including the accounting equation, transactions, the accounting cycle and the preparation of financial statements.

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