Degrees and Certificates


ACCT111W: Accounting I

In Accounting I, students learn the fundamentals of double-entry accounting by analyzing and recording business transactions, posting to the general ledger, and preparing a trial balance. Students then complete the accounting cycle by preparing and presenting financial statements. Students achieve fluency in the language of business by being immersed in the accounting processes of analyzing, recording, classifying, summarizing, and ultimately reporting financial information to stakeholders for a sole proprietorship. This course presumes no previous accounting knowledge.

ACCT114W: Financial Accounting

Financial Accounting builds on the basics of Accounting I with an expanded emphasis on accounting for corporations. Subjects covered include, but are not limited to, inventories, long-term assets, and liabilities. The course also covers reporting and analyzing equity, reporting and analyzing cash flows, and analyzing financial statements.

ACCT213W: Taxation

This course in taxation provides a comprehensive overview of individual tax laws and principles. It covers the following accounting principles: gross income, adjustments to income, itemized deductions, and credits.

ACCT214W: Managerial Finance and Accounting

Managerial Finance and Accounting introduces students to accounting and finance in the context of business and business decisions. Students explore how accounting information and finance affect the decision-making process and learn how to use accounting information in a variety of management decision-making situations.

ACCT222W: Intermediate Accounting I

Intermediate Accounting I is built on a "learning system" designed to prepare students for the business world by emphasizing decision making. This course acknowledges the diversity of both student learning styles and career goals. Students obtain an in-depth understanding of balance sheets, income statements, cash and receivables, contingent liabilities, and accounting for income taxes.