ACCY 202 A - Accounting and Accountancy II
Further develops the student's understanding of accrual accounting, the goals and objectives of financial reporting, the information needs of end users, the qualities of useful information, as well as the financial statements and financial statement elements. Students will analyze and record progressively more complex transactions, continuing to take the economic event from inception to reporting. Recurring themes and foundational concepts are emphasized such that students can develop intuition for accounting measurement and reporting. Course Information: Credit is not given for both ACCY 202 and ACCY 200. Prerequisite: ACCY 201 or equivalent. Class Schedule Information: Students must register for one discussion and one lecture section.
You just need to register for this one section if you would like to take this course online- You do NOT need to register for a discussion and lecture section for this online summer course as they are combined. Accountancy course prerequisites are strictly enforced. The Accounting Department will not allow students to advance in the accounting curriculum if they have not met the required prerequisite for previous accountancy courses taken. This section has one or more proctored evening exams, which may carry additional fees.
Option 1Number of Required Visit(s): 0
Course Level: Undergraduate