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Accounting

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Graduate Course Details
Number ACC 720
Title Financial Accounting for Managers
Credits 3.0

Description

Examines financial reporting as managerial communication about financial condition and performance to external users and as the basis for decision making by creditors and investors. Includes discussion of financial implication of reporting alternatives, the role of the external auditor, and risk management through internal controls.

Finance

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Graduate Course Details
Number ACC 720
Title Financial Accounting for Managers
Credits 3.0

Description

Examines financial reporting as managerial communication about financial condition and performance to external users and as the basis for decision making by creditors and investors. Includes discussion of financial implication of reporting alternatives, the role of the external auditor, and risk management through internal controls.

FSC

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Graduate Course Details
Number ACC 720
Title Financial Accounting for Managers
Credits 3.0

Description

Examines financial reporting as managerial communication about financial condition and performance to external users and as the basis for decision making by creditors and investors. Includes discussion of financial implication of reporting alternatives, the role of the external auditor, and risk management through internal controls.

HRI

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Graduate Course Details
Number ACC 720
Title Financial Accounting for Managers
Credits 3.0

Description

Examines financial reporting as managerial communication about financial condition and performance to external users and as the basis for decision making by creditors and investors. Includes discussion of financial implication of reporting alternatives, the role of the external auditor, and risk management through internal controls.

Management

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Graduate Course Details
Number ACC 720
Title Financial Accounting for Managers
Credits 3.0

Description

Examines financial reporting as managerial communication about financial condition and performance to external users and as the basis for decision making by creditors and investors. Includes discussion of financial implication of reporting alternatives, the role of the external auditor, and risk management through internal controls.

Management Information Systems

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Graduate Course Details
Number ACC 720
Title Financial Accounting for Managers
Credits 3.0

Description

Examines financial reporting as managerial communication about financial condition and performance to external users and as the basis for decision making by creditors and investors. Includes discussion of financial implication of reporting alternatives, the role of the external auditor, and risk management through internal controls.

Marketing

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Graduate Course Details
Number ACC 720
Title Financial Accounting for Managers
Credits 3.0

Description

Examines financial reporting as managerial communication about financial condition and performance to external users and as the basis for decision making by creditors and investors. Includes discussion of financial implication of reporting alternatives, the role of the external auditor, and risk management through internal controls.

Operations & Decision Sciences

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Graduate Course Details
Number ACC 720
Title Financial Accounting for Managers
Credits 3.0

Description

Examines financial reporting as managerial communication about financial condition and performance to external users and as the basis for decision making by creditors and investors. Includes discussion of financial implication of reporting alternatives, the role of the external auditor, and risk management through internal controls.