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ACCT 102 | FUNDAMENTALS OF ACCOUNTING (3 credits)
Course is designed for non-accounting majors. Coverage includes elements of financial statements and the full accounting cycle.
ACCT 200 | ELEMENTS OF ACCOUNTING I (3 credits)
Principles and concepts of the accounting cycle. Internal controls as needed for special journals, cash management, and inventories are presented along with an understanding of financial statements.
ACCT 201 | ELEMENTS OF ACCOUNTING II (3 credits)
Prerequisite: ACCT 200. Accounting for partnerships and corporations with special emphasis on accounting procedures for the assets and liabilities commonly found in business.
ACCT 205 | COST ACCOUNTING (3 credits)
Prerequisite: ACCT 201. The introduction of modern cost accounting with insight and breadth regarding both the accountant's and the manager's role in an organization.
ACCT 215 | BUSINESS IN THE LEGAL ENVIRONMENT (3 credits)
Prerequisite: Sophomore standing. Consideration of the nature, formation, and application of law in general; emphasis on public law and regulation of business.
ACCT 231 | INCOME TAX PROCEDURES (3 credits)
Federal income tax relating to individuals and partnerships.