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ACC 101 - Financial Accounting
Offered By Charter Oak State College - 3 credits
     
Instructor: Anthony Pranzo  
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Semester:
Date Range:
Fall 2007
From August 27, 2007 To December 8, 2007
     
Course Level: Undergraduate
Cost:   $531.00
Course Type: Credit
Add'l Out-of-State Cost:   $210.00
Course Delivery: Online
Add'l Fees:   None
 
Per Semester Fee:   $40.00
Registration Deadline: 8/27/2007
Late Registration Fee:   $20.00
     

Description: This course presents accounting as an information development and communications function that supports economic decision making. It will present financial theory and practice oriented toward sole proprietorship and corporate forms of business organization. The course will help students perform financial analyses; derive information for personal or organizational decisions; and understand business, governmental, and other organizational entities. The concepts of assets, liabilities and equity will be studied in detail. Students will be exposed to ethical and global aspects as it affects the financial accounting practice. Topics include: financial statements, accounting cycles, reporting financial results, financial assets, stockholder equity and retained earnings and cash flow.

Syllabus: Download Syllabus

Required Textbooks: Please see course syllabus.

Prerequisites: none

Additional Info: please visit this link to receive your syllabus.
https://www.charteroak.edu

Registration Info: FALL 2007 REGISTRATION STARTS JULY 2 FOR ALL COURSES.
REGISTRATION CLOSING DATES ARE NOTED WITH THE COURSE DESCRIPTIONS.
There will be a $20 late fee assessed after the registration deadline. Students may still register for courses after the deadline unless courses are filled. No registrations will be accepted after a course has started. Students should realize that if they register after the registration deadline they may get their materials late and begin their courses late. Seating is limited and students cannot be allowed into courses that are full. Online payments are to be made in full (tuition and fees) with a Visa, Mastercard, or Discover. Registration, late and payment plan fees are nonrefundable. Additional fees may apply.
Matriculated and non-matriculated students should always refer to the current course schedule for policies, regulations and distance learning forms (i.e. withdrawal; course substitution; proctor form, etc.).
CHARTER OAK STATE COLLEGE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO CANCEL COURSES, LIMIT REGISTRATION AND ALTER REQUIREMENTS.

   

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