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  • BUSI3403 Intermediate Financial Accounting 1 – Assets

    This course continues to build on the integrated framework for analyzing, interpreting and preparing financial statements. Emphasis is placed on accounting policy choices and the criteria by which such choices are made, as well as on analyzing financial statements that are prepared using different accounting policies. Students will examine, in-depth, the effects of accounting concepts on income determination and on asset, liability and shareholders’ equity valuation. (3 credits) Pre-requisite(s): BUSI2083

  • BUSI3413 Intermediate Managerial Accounting

    This course focuses on how managers use accounting information to make effective business decisions. Students will study different types of reports, financial statements and analytical tools, which may be used by managers to effectively plan, coordinate, evaluate and monitor qualitative and quantitative metrics within an organization. In this intermediate managerial accounting course, students will focus on costing and cost analysis. (3 credits) Pre- requisite(s): BUSI2183

  • BUSI3423 Intermediate Financial Accounting 2 – Liabilities and Equities

    This course continues to build on the integrated framework for analyzing, interpreting, and preparing financial statements learned through BUSI1043 – Introduction to Financial Accounting and BUSI3403 – Intermediate Accounting I: Assets.  The objectives within this course are to identify, interpret and analyze complex measurement issues and accounting policy choices applicable to a given situation. Students will subsequently evaluate the effects of financial reporting issues and policies on the preparation of the Statement of Financial Position, Income Statement, and Statement of Cash Flows. (3 credits) Pre-requisite: BUSI3403

  • BUSI3433 Corporate Finance

    This course explains the significance of the auditing environment, public practice and professional responsibilities as well as basic audit concepts and techniques. The increasing complexity and speed of change in the business world has caused more estimation and uncertainty than ever before. In turn, this has caused higher difficulty for auditors to assess corporate risk, gather sufficient appropriate evidence and form a fair audit opinion on the financial statements. The requirements of this course combine the financial and managerial accounting knowledge learned to date and apply it to the world of auditing. Students will be required to leverage prior knowledge to be successful in this course. (3 credits) Pre-requisites: BUSI3413, BUSI3423

  • BUSI3443 Accounting Capstone Project – Auditing

    This course explains the significance of the auditing environment, public practice and professional responsibilities as well as basic audit concepts and techniques. The increasing complexity and speed of change in the business world has caused more estimation and uncertainty than ever before. In turn, this has caused higher difficulty for auditors to assess corporate risk, gather sufficient appropriate evidence and form a fair audit opinion on the financial statements. The requirements of this course combine the financial and managerial accounting knowledge learned to date and apply it to the world of auditing. Students will be required to leverage prior knowledge to be successful in this course. (3 credits) Pre-requisites: BUSI3413, BUSI3423, BUSI3433

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