A required course in the Applied Accounting Certificate Program.
Explores the role of accounting and financial statements in business. Surveys the use and importance of reliable financial statements to third parties. Overview of accounting and its relation to law, finance, economics, and management decision making.
Early registration recommended. You may access your online course on the first day of class by 12pm (noon) Pacific Standard Time. This online course may include webinars using an online conferencing tool called Zoom. All webinars will be recorded and posted on the course website for those who cannot participate in the live sessions. The required textbook may be purchased through the publisher’s website.
This course/program is a Division of Continuing Education offering not affiliated with the Paul Merage School of Business nor does it award Merage degree credits.
Monique Smalling, CPA, MBA, started her career with an international public accounting firm, where she managed audit engagements. She left to help one of her clients, a start-up software company, through their IPO. Monique was also a Senior Manager for a CPA firm. She was responsible for hiring, training, and supervising the professional staff and managing the firm's audit engagements. Monique has been teaching at the university level for over 15 years. She teaches financial, intermediate and managerial accounting, auditing, and ethics in accounting.
Textbooks for your course may be purchased from any vendor or bookseller of your choice.
INTERPRETING AND ANALYZING FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
Book - ISBN: 9780132746243
Schoenebeck and Holtzman, 6 ed, Pearson
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