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ACCT 2101 - Principles of Accounting I - Summer15

Balicléoui Emmanuel Zamblé Bi
Enrollment for this class is currently closed.


Principles of Accounting I. In this course, students begin to develop accounting skills for solving business problems, individually and collaboratively. Some of the problems include evaluating business projects and process changes, predicting and reporting operating results, and managing business risks. The course concentrates on planning, decision making, and communicating operating results in traditional and e-business settings. Students interpret the meaning and characterize the implications of computations for a variety of business products, distribution channels and constraints, and then communicate viewpoints and recommendations to stakeholders using database, spreadsheet, and word processing skills
Course Pre Requisite(s) University status
3 credits
BSS & BBA core

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