ACCT2211 - Financial Accounting I

Credits
3 (3/0/0)
Description
This course introduces students to the content and concepts underlying financial statements. Course content includes study of the accounting model, financial statements, merchandise accounting, internal controls and accounting for assets. The course will focus on using accounting information for decision making.
Competencies
  1. Summarize the accounting cycle.
  2. Explain generally accepted accounting principles.
  3. State the accounting equation and explain its elements.
  4. Understand the composition of the financial statements and their relationship to each other.
  5. Compare and contrast financial statements of merchandising businesses and service businesses.
  6. Demonstrate knowledge of inventory costing methods and their affect on financial statements.
  7. Explain the principles of internal control and their application.
  8. Classify and value assets for balance sheet presentation.
  9. Depreciate assets according to generally accepted accounting principles.
  10. Differentiate between perpetual and periodic inventory systems.
Degrees that use this course

Accounting AAS

Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

Accounting Clerk

Diploma

Accounting Transfer Pathway

Associate of Science (AS)

Business Administration

Certificate

Business Administration

Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

Business Entrepreneurship

Diploma

Business Entrepreneurship

Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

Business Transfer Pathway

Associate of Science (AS)

Business: Management, Marketing and Sales

Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

Entrepreneurship

Certificate

Paralegal

Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

Payroll Specialist

Diploma

Sport Management

Associate of Science (AS)