Accounting (ACTG)

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ACTG 531 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING3 Credits

Conceptual and technical material designed to enable students to read, analyze and interpret financial information on financial statements.

ACTG 533 GOVERNMENTAL AND NOT-FOR-PROFIT ACCOUNTING3 Credits

Specialized accounting procedures designed for governmental and non-profit entities including fund accounting, budgetary accounting, and reporting procedures. Non-profit accounting system software may be used to record transactions for these governmental and non-profit entities.

Dual-listed: ACTG 433

ACTG 537 ADVANCED COST MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING3 Credits

Advanced cost accounting and managerial accounting concepts and procedures are applied to the management decision making process. Topics include: capital investment decisions, budgeting, standard costing, and transfer pricing.

Dual-listed: ACTG 433

ACTG 543 ADVANCED FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING3 Credits

Accounting theory and problems dealing with corporate combinations and consolidations and other specialized financial accounting topics.

Dual-listed: ACTG 443

ACTG 560 TOPICS IN ACCOUNTING1-3 Credits

Topics or seminars will be selected as needed, to keep students abreast of contemporary issues in accounting.

ACTG 600 INDEPENDENT STUDY OR RESEARCH1-3 Credits

Study or research in an area of special interest. The number of credit hours is determined by the topic and the amount of work required. Requirements: Permission of instructor, Dean of Graduate Studies, and Academic Vice President.

Add Consent: Instructor Consent

ACTG 632 MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING3 Credits

An introduction to the fundamentals of management accounting with an emphasis on the use of accounting information in cost accumulation, decision making, and planning and control.