Financial Accounting

 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


    The Financial Accounting  (ACCT 2301) course covers the basic concepts, principles and procedures for measuring, processing, and communicating financial information to decision makers.  It includes ethics, the accounting cycle, financial statements, merchandising operations, accounting systems,  internal controls, assets, current & long-term liabilities, equity,  financial analysis, and corporations.

    The course covers Chapters 1 through 13 in the text titled "Financial & Managerial Accounting,"  McGraw-Hill Education, 8th Ed, by John Wilde / Ken Shaw, 2019.

    This page provides quick access to some of the major support materials for the course.  Listed below is a short description of the available items.



The links below will take you the subjects described .  Click on the appropriate yellow navigation button to proceed to the desired item..

 

All class lectures will be conducted using PowerPoint slides.  You may download any or all of these chapter lecture slides for use in class or at home.

 

 

   

This webpage provides an abbreviated version of the official Syllabus for the course.  You also have the option of printing all, or selected portions, of the syllabus using the PDF option.

 

 

 

 

This webpage provides the current status of the Financial Accounting Class.  This page lists the assignments for subsequent class sessions, articles for assistance, and provides information on upcoming events that students should be aware of prior to attending class.

 

        

 

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This page was last modified November 25, 2020
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