Introduction to Financial Accounting (COMM 201.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
COMM 201 02 January 2017 Frederick Phillips (primary instructor)
COMM 201 04 January 2017 Frederick Phillips (primary instructor)
 
COMM 201 01 September 2016 Frederick Phillips (primary instructor)
COMM 201 03 September 2016 Frederick Phillips (primary instructor)
COMM 201 05 September 2016 Brandy Mackintosh (primary instructor)
COMM 201 07 September 2016 Brandy Mackintosh (primary instructor)
COMM 201 09 September 2016 Glen Kobussen (primary instructor)
COMM 201 11 September 2016 Gary Entwistle (primary instructor)
COMM 201 17 September 2016 Julie Tsui (primary instructor)
 
COMM 201 01 May 2016 Ian Braaten (primary instructor)
 
COMM 201 02 January 2016 Frederick Phillips (primary instructor)
COMM 201 04 January 2016 Frederick Phillips (primary instructor)
COMM 201 96 January 2016 Dana Weeks (primary instructor)

Description

Helps the student understand, use and appreciate the limitations of information provided in an organization's financial statements. As such, the course examines what financial statements are, what they include and the means of deriving information for and from them. Specifically, the course will enable the student to: (1) link the results of management's financing, investing and operating decisions to financial statement reporting; (2) understand the boundaries and limitations of information in the financial statements; (3) demonstrate a basic but real awareness of financial accounting systems; and (4) use information in financial statements to help make various decisions about an organization.

Formerly

ACC 120.3

Note

Students can receive credit for only one of COMM 201.3 or ENT 230.3

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