This course consists of the study of fund accounting and the financial statements of state and local governments, hospitals, universities and other nonprofit entities. General financial principles and fund accounting principles are compared. Specific topics covered include budgets for operations, capital improvements, general funds, revenue funds, debt service funds, trust and agency funds, and proprietary funds.
This course covers current official pronouncements and procedures accepted by the AICPA and the FASB. Comprehensive in depth and inter-area problems are explored and solved; topics include accounting theory, pensions, leases, inventories, current assets and current liabilities, fixed assets, deferred taxes, stockholders' equity, foreign currency transactions and translations, investments, and partnerships.
This course covers current official pronouncements and current procedures accepted by the AICPA, the IRS, the FASB, the GASB and the Cost Accounting Standards Board. Comprehensive in depth and inter-area problems are explored and solved. Topics include: consolidations, cost accounting, accounting for governmental and nonprofit organizations, and individual and corporate taxes.
This senior seminar capstone course integrates the key job functions of planning, organizing and directing, controlling and decision making at the management level. Also included as critical elements in a position at this level are budgeting, cost reduction, and human resource management.