Classes » BUSN 293, Fall 2009
Introductory Financial Accounting
Financial Accounting is principally concerned with the construction and interpretation of financial reports prepared for external parties to the issuing firm or entity. Major objectives of this course include understanding concepts, principles and conventions upon which financial accounting is based and providing an analytical basis upon which to interpret financial statements.
Prerequisites: ECON 101 & ECON 102, MATH104 or MATH 110 & MATH 111 or equivalent
- Mondays, 08:30 to 10:00, (Unknown location)
- Wednesdays, 08:30 to 10:00, (Unknown location)
This tuition applies to domestic full-time students. Tuitions for international, senior, and auditing students may vary.