ACCT223 - Intermediate Accounting I

Credits: 3

An extension of topics covered in Accounting and Financial Reporting I and II. Further emphasis is placed on the study and application of generally accepted accounting principles. The student will encounter an in-depth study of accounting concepts, balance sheet, income statement, and retained earnings. Included are detailed applications of accounting theory with the preparation and analysis of the financial statements. The student will also cover an in-depth analysis of cash, receivables, inventory valuation, property, plant and equipment, asset purchase and disposal, depreciation, and time value of money.

Prerequisites

Accounting and Financial Reporting II

Required course for