ACC 275 - Selected Topics in Accounting
Class: 3 Credits: 3
This course provides an advanced in-depth review of selected topics in accounting using case studies and individual and group problem solving.
Prerequisite(s): Take ACC 201 and ACC 230 with a minimum grade of “C”.
- Completion of a manual accounting cycle
- Sarbanes Oxley
- International Financial Reporting Standards
- Case studies
Textbook information can be found on the Book Inn Web site
An overall grade of C or higher is required for transferability.
A 90 - 100
B 80 - 89
C 70 - 79
D 60 - 69
F 0 - 59
Student Learning Outcomes:
- Demonstrate completion of the accounting cycle for a business using manual accounting processes.
- Prepare a business tax return.
- Prepare a business budget.
- Analyze a business using ratios.
- Analyze Sarbanes Oxley for internal controls.
- Compare and contrast the International Financial Reporting Standards to the U.S. reporting standards.
- Analyze case studies of specific accounting topics, including ethics.
- Solve complex accounting issues by applying analysis skills to business situations.
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- Proctored Exams
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Official Course Syllabus