ACCT 701: Financial Accounting (2)

Financial accounting provides information to decision-makers external to the business, such as investors and lenders. The course describes the process through which economic information is captured, validated, and distributed externally in the form of financial statements. It also covers the contents of the major financial statements, focusing on how the various accounts are defined and measured and how the information can be used by external decision-makers. Not open to MAcc students or students with credit in ACCT 320. Enrollment restricted. LEC
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