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Accounting I

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Course Summary

This course introduces you to accounting concepts and principles, financial statements, internal control design, and accounting for partnerships.

Course objectives

  • Define terms related to business accounting
  • Apply accounting concepts and principles
  • Prepare financial statements
  • Analyze financial statements for decision making
  • Evaluate internal controls
  • Account for partnership transactions
  • Differentiate international financial reporting standards from generally accepted accounting principles
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Course Dates

Connections Learning courses start every week on a Tuesday. The start and end dates for each semester are listed below:

Fall start date: 8/9/2016
Last day for fall enrollment: /6/2016
Fall semester end date: 1/9/2017

Spring semester start date: 1/10/2017
Last date for Spring enrollment: 4/4/2017
Spring semester end date: 6/9/2017

Once enrolled we will be in touch to confirm your preferred start date and advise of the next steps

Each course will run for a duration of 16 weeks.

Prerequisites

  • Students should successfully complete Advanced Algebra with Financial Applications A/B or Algebra II prior to enrolling in this course.

Resources

  • iText Horngren’s Accounting, 10th Edition

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Duration 16 w
Level Beginner
Start Date Spring 2017

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