Actg 381 Financial Accounting and Reporting I
Comprehensive study of the principles, conventions and postulates of financial accounting. Appropriate preparation of GAAP financial statements and financial disclosures, including exposure to the judgment inherent in financial reporting. Considers information requirements and expectations of users of financial statements. International financial accounting standards will be considered where appropriate. Specific focus on the responsibility of accountants for maintaining professional accountability to the public interest in the face of institutional pressures. This is the first course in a sequence of three: Actg 381
, Actg 382
, and Actg 383
which must be taken in sequence.