Course Offerings

Fall 2018

We do not offer any courses this term.


Spring 2018

We do not offer any courses this term.


Winter 2018

See complete information about these courses in the course offerings database. For more information about a specific course, including course type, schedule and location, click on its title.

Introduction to Financial Accounting

ACCT 201 - Boylan, Scott J.

This course covers the fundamental principles of financial accounting and provides an introduction to the process of accumulating, classifying, and presenting financial information. Primary emphasis is given to understanding the financial statements of a business enterprise.

Introduction to Financial Accounting

ACCT 201 - Cowins, Elicia P.

This course covers the fundamental principles of financial accounting and provides an introduction to the process of accumulating, classifying, and presenting financial information. Primary emphasis is given to understanding the financial statements of a business enterprise.

Introduction to Financial Accounting

ACCT 201 - Irani, Afshad J.

This course covers the fundamental principles of financial accounting and provides an introduction to the process of accumulating, classifying, and presenting financial information. Primary emphasis is given to understanding the financial statements of a business enterprise.

Introduction to Managerial Accounting

ACCT 202 - Evans, Daniel K. (Dan)

This course covers the preparation and utilization of financial information for internal management purposes. Special emphasis is given to cost determination, cost control, and the development of information for planning and decisions.

Intermediate Accounting I

ACCT 320 - Reid, Colin D.

This course examines the principles of financial accounting as applied to financial statement presentation and the underlying treatment of cash, investments, receivables, inventory, long-term assets, and intangible assets.

Intermediate Accounting II

ACCT 321 - Cowins, Elicia P.

This course examines financial reporting issues that cover current and long-term liabilities, stockholders' equity, earnings per share, revenue recognition, income taxes, pensions, leases, accounting changes and errors, and cash flows.

Cost Accounting

ACCT 330 - STAFF / Oliver, Elizabeth G.

This course covers selected topics from cost accumulation, planning, reporting, control and decision making. Use of spreadsheets is required.

Taxation of Business Entities and Special Topics in Taxation

ACCT 356 - Bovay, John C. (Jack)

This course begins by establishing a basic understanding of income tax laws as they relate to C corporations and flow-through entities (e.g., partnerships, s-corporations, limited liability corporations). The course includes modules on specialized tax topics such as international taxation, state and local taxation, taxation of investments, accounting for income taxes, and taxation of property.

Individual Income Taxation and Financial Planning

ACCT 358 - Bovay, John C. (Jack)

This course focuses on the tax and non-tax factors to consider when managing personal/family financial affairs. Topics include tax-subsidized savings and investment vehicles, deductions, and credits for individuals and families, executive compensation and fringe benefits, real estate ownership, and intergenerational giving.

Auditing

ACCT 360 - Hess, Megan F.

This course examines auditing and its role in a market economy. Course content focuses on the market for audit services, audit planning, evidence gathering, and reporting.

Directed Individual Study

ACCT 401 - Oliver, Elizabeth G.

The objective is to permit students to follow a course of directed study in some field of accounting not presented in other courses, or to emphasize a particular field of interest. May be repeated for degree credit if the topics are different.

Winter 2018, ACCT 401-02: Directed Study: Introduction to London Internship Program (1). Second six weeks. Prerequisite: Instructor's consent. Students selected for the summer London Internship Program discuss preliminary readings and research on British culture and history. Oliver.

Honors Thesis

ACCT 493 - Oliver, Elizabeth G.

Honors Thesis.