Master of Business Administration, Loyola University Maryland; Post-baccalaureate Certificate in Accountancy, Arizona State University; Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Towson University
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ACC 232 - Financial Accounting I
Develops an understanding of the theory, concepts, principles and practices underlying preparation, interpretation, and use of external financial reports. Emphasizes interpreting the economic substance of events and transactions and their association with contemporaneous and prospective events, relationships, and outcomes. Gains understanding of the accounting information model and develops an ability to analyze and record business transactions and analyze basic financial statements. Meant for prospective accounting and finance majors (and students who plan current majors in these areas) and develops skills and abilities facilitating success in higher-level accounting courses.
ACC 241 - Uses of Accounting Info II
Introduces the uses of accounting information focusing on the evolution of the business cycle and how accounting information is used for internal and external purposes.
ACC 440 - External Reporting II
Continuation of ACC 340 with emphasis on the recognition, research, and resolution of financial reporting issues.
ACC 502 - Financial Accounting
Contemporary financial accounting and reporting systems; emphasizes the interpretation and evaluation of a company's external financial reports.