Financial Accounting I
This course is part of the following part-time on campus and/or online program(s):
Accounting is referred to as the backbone of the business world; the ability of a business to analyze and monitor its financial transactions is critical to its success. Accounting involves capturing, measuring and analyzing business transactions and reporting that information to interested parties. Focus is on the fundamentals of the accounting process including topics, such as creating financial statements, measuring and capturing financial transactions through a variety of journal entries, accounting for inventory in merchandising operations and accounting for cash and the need for internal controls. Through a combination of practical exercises and computerized lab assignments, students are given the tools to learn fundamental accounting concepts.
Required SoftwareMicrosoft Excel. Please note that a PC computer will be required for this course.
|On Campus - Woodroffe|
|521||Jan 17 - Apr 6||Tue, Thu||6pm - 8:30pm||$509.60|
|Online Learning||Required Books for Online Learning|
|800||Jan 10 - Apr 18||Online||$524.60|
|841||Feb 1 - May 10||Online||$524.60|
|842||Mar 1 - Jun 7||Online||$524.60|
|843||Apr 3 - Jul 10||Online||$524.60|