Managerial accounting relates to the internal operations of a company. The student will study the tools that are needed for making management decisions, planning, and controlling the activities of a firm.
Accounting II is a continuation of Accounting I. It will include the study of partnerships, corporations, the cash flow statement, financial statement analysis, responsibility accounting, manufacturing operations, and budgeting and the decision-making tools necessary for businesses today. Prerequisite: ACC 177 Accounting I with grade "C" or better.
This on-line Accounting I course is the study of the basic accounting fundamentals. It covers the preparation and use of accounting records for individual, partnership, and corporate business organizations.
Introduction to Accounting is designed to meet the needs of students with no previous accounting background. The student will develop a basic knowledge of accounting terminology, concepts, and procedures to be proficient in basic accounting fundamentals.