AF310-01A Intermediate Accounting I (with Jay Lee)
This is the initial course in the intermediate accounting sequence, to be followed by AF 311. This course provides knowledge of financial accounting theory, with particular emphasis on the application of theory and on the practical problems arising from the limitations of traditional financial statements. It also provides in-depth analysis of the application of generally accepted accounting principles to asset and current liability items. In addition, students learn to research business problems through the use of the Internet; and discuss ethical issues faced by managers.
Prerequisite(s): AF 211, a minimum of 60 credits and pre-req (or co-req) MATH 134, 135, 140, 141, 145 or 146. MGT students only.