Accounting : Developing overall finance policies and identifying, analyzing, evaluating, and recommending investment and financing decisions. Applying appropriate finance principles and conceptual approaches to determine appropriate courses of action. Providing finance-related services for an entity, either individually or as part of a larger team, understanding when the advice of a finance specialist is required, and understanding and communicating with other finance professionals.
Terms: Summer 2014
Instructors: Julia Scott (Summer)
- Prerequisite: ACCT 653, ACCT 654, ACCT 663, ACCT 664
- Restriction(s): Open only to students in the Graduate Certificate in Professional Accounting.
- Students who have received credit for this course prior to fall 2014 must take the course again to obtain credit for it in the Graduate Certificate in Professional Accounting.
- This course is basically following a MW schedule pattern. However, during some weeks the classes will be on Mondays only and during other weeks the classes will be on Wednesdays only. The classes are scheduled as following: May 5, 7, 14, 21, 28, June 2, 4, 11, 16, 25, July 9, 14 & 28.