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  • ACC 201 - Principles of Financial Accounting.

    Introduction to the utilization of an accounting system to generate financial statements. Emphasis on interpreting and using the information reported in the financial statements to understand and evaluate the financial results and position of an entity. Foundation course for students planning to do further work in accounting; survey course for others.

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  • ACC 202 - Principles of Managerial Accounting.

    Analysis of accounting information used internally by nonprofit as well as profit oriented management to aid in planning, controlling, and decision making.

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  • ACC 320 - Cost Accounting.

    Collecting, analyzing and controlling cost of manufacturing a product or rendering a service. Particular emphasis on cost accounting systems, allocations, and providing different costs for different purposes in helping shape business strategy.

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  • ACC 321 - Intermediate Accounting I.

    Introduction of accounting theory and focus on problems associated with acquisition, maintenance, depreciation and replacement of assets. Also includes income statement, balance sheet, current assets, investments, plant assets, and natural resources.

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  • ACC 322 - Intermediate Accounting II.

    Continues with accounting theory and practice. Intangible assets, long-term investments, long-term debt, stockholders' equity, pension plans, leases, income taxes, changes in financial position, analysis of statements, and current accounting issues are covered.

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  • ACC 325 - Income Tax Preparation.

    Preparation to participate in the volunteer income tax assistance (VITA) program. Training in tax return preparation, and interpersonal and computer skills. Preparation of income tax returns.

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  • ACC 394 - Accounting Internship Program.

    Accounting Internship Program job assignment, planned by the student, the supervisor and the coordinator of the Accounting Internship Program, with duties relating to the student's academic program.

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  • ACC 420 - Federal Income Taxation.

    Basic concepts (applicable to all taxpayers) of tax management, exempt incomes, deductions, cost recovery, tax accounting methods, credits, property transactions, tax research and planning. Introduction to income taxation of corporations.  Current developments and other topics in income taxation.

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  • ACC 421 - Accounting Information Systems.

    Technology and methods underlying financial record keeping systems; flow charting of financial and cost data movements; attention to accounting applications of computing systems and computer-assisted decision models. Designing and implementing databases for financial and managerial decision making purposes. Extensive use of cases.

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  • ACC 422 - Federal Income Taxation-Advanced Topics.

    Advanced federal income tax concepts, related to corporations, shareholders, "S" corporations, partnerships, trusts and estates.

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  • ACC 423 - Fundamentals of Governmental and Not-for-Profit Accounting.

    Accounting cycle; governmental accounting; budget process; principles of fund accounting; accounting for educational institutions, health care and welfare organizations; use of accounting data.  Current issues in Federal, state, and local governmental accounting and budgetary issues.

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  • ACC 424 - Auditing.

    Financial and operational auditing theory, objectives, and procedures required for careers in public, managerial, and governmental accounting. Auditing procedures and standards, internal control, statistical sampling, audit of electronic data processing systems, audit reports, professional ethics, and auditor's legal and societal environment.

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  • ACC 425 - Advanced Accounting.

    Accounting for business combinations and consolidated statements, partnerships, installment sales, segment and interim reporting, and other topics.

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  • ACC 521 - Accounting for Managers.

    Understanding financial statements and the fundamental accounting principles underlying their preparation and interpretation and decision making in firms where generation, analysis or reporting of financial information is involved. Understanding concepts and techniques of management planning and control systems with consideration of behavioral implications. Use of accounting data in setting organizational objectives, budgeting, setting standards for and evaluation of performance. Multidivisional organizations and problems of control, cost behavior, product costs, contribution margins, transfer pricing, capital expenditure analysis.

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  • ACC 530 - Intermediate Financial Reporting.

    Examination of generally accepted accounting principles in corporate financial reporting, with emphasis on accounting theory and practice for preparing financial statements and reporting various financial statement elements.  Revenue recognition, inventory, long-term investments, and bonds; introduction to concepts and procedures of International Financial Reporting Standards and their differences to U.S. standards.

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  • ACC 535 - Financial Reporting Special Topics.

    Intensive study of theoretical issues and current practices in financial reporting and auditing. The regulatory environment, demand and supply for auditing and other professional services, current issues in financial reporting, auditing auditors.

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  • ACC 538 - Advanced Financial Reporting.

    Accounting for business combinations, including consolidated statements, partnerships, segment and interim reporting, financial accounting and reporting theory, and other topics. Students research business combinations and other financial reporting issues. 

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  • ACC 545 - Seminar in Management Accounting.

    Examination of a variety of advanced cost management issues faced by service and manufacturing organizations. Activity-based costing and management, the balanced scorecard, process improvement and re-engineering, total quality management, strategic cost management, transfer pricing, cost management issues in a global environment.

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  • ACC 550 - Individual Federal Income Taxation.

    Basic concepts (applicable to all taxpayers) of tax management, exempt incomes, deductions, cost recovery, tax accounting methods, credits, property transactions, tax research and planning.  Introduction to income taxation of corporations.  Not open to students with credit for .

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  • ACC 555 - Advanced Federal Income Taxation Theory and Research.

    Subjects include advanced federal income tax concepts, related to corporations, shareholders, “S” corporations, partnerships, trusts and estates. Coursework requirements include research of taxation literature and research reports.  Not open to students with credit for .

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  • ACC 562 - Forensic Accounting.

    Processes for conducting forensic examinations and investigation techniques.  Approaches to understanding, investigation, prevention and detection of financial fraud and to provision of professional services related to financial valuations.

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  • ACC 565 - Seminar in Contemporary Accounting Systems and Control.

    Intensive study of accounting systems design and application.  Focus on risk identification and evaluation of controls in a computerized accounting information systems environment; emerging issues such as electronic commerce, privacy, and interactive reporting technologies (XBRL).

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  • ACC 575 - Auditing and Assurance Services.

    Theory and practice of financial statement audits and attestation services, testing financial statement assertions and methods of achieving audit objectives; auditing procedures and standards, internal control, statistical sampling, audit of electronic data processing systems, audit reports, professional ethics, and auditor's legal and societal environment.  Emphasis on the case approach.

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  • ACC 580 - Advanced Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting and Financial Reporting.

    Comprehensive study and analysis of accounting practices of government and nonprofit entities. Includes the accounting cycle; government accounting; budget process; principles of fund accounting; accounting for education institutions and health care and welfare organizations; use of accounting data. Coursework requirements include research of governmental and nonprofit financial reporting issues.

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Copy/Paste from Word Example

Example 1: copy/paste with ctrl+v (⌘+v on Mac) of Heading2 (h2) and a normal paragraph (p)

Fight Night in Hong Kong

I was having a hard time keeping the nausea at bay as I traced my finger down the list of bouts set for that night’s in-house fight at Swish Club, a Hong Kong Thai-boxing gym.

Results: Heading2 formatting is stripped out and left as an unstyled paragraph.

 

Example 2: copy/paste of bolded text paragraph (p strong) and a normal paragraph (p)

Fight Night in Hong Kong

I was having a hard time keeping the nausea at bay as I traced my finger down the list of bouts set for that night’s in-house fight at Swish Club, a Hong Kong Thai-boxing gym.

Results: bold text is left intact.

 

Example 3: copy/paste using ctrl+alt+v (ctrl+⌘+v on Mac), which pastes as plain text, of Heading2 and a normal paragraph (identical results for bolded paragraph and a normal paragraph)

Fight Night in Hong Kong
I was having a hard time keeping the nausea at bay as I traced my finger down the list of bouts set for that night’s in-house fight at Swish Club, a Hong Kong Thai-boxing gym.

Results: Both the Heading2 style and bold are stripped out and the paragraphs are run together separated by a break tag in the HTML (the equivalent of a soft-return).

testing user-modify rule

This is the Small Feature Headline

This is the Small Feature Headline

Woo-hoo! Now there’s a supercut of vocal hooks from ‘90s alt rock hits

Woo-hoo! Now there’s a supercut of vocal hooks from ‘90s alt rock hits

Stripped features interviews with just about every major cartoonist still alive, including Cathy Guisewite (Cathy)

Stripped features interviews with just about every major cartoonist still alive, including Cathy Guisewite (Cathy)

Copy/Paste from Word Example in Text Widget

What it should be:

Fight Night in Hong Kong

I was having a hard time keeping the nausea at bay as I traced my finger down the list of bouts set for that night’s in-house fight at Swish Club, a Hong Kong Thai-boxing gym.

What you get:

Example 1: ctrl+v (+v in Mac) Heading2 (h2) and normal paragraph

Fight Night in Hong Kong

I was having a hard time keeping the nausea at bay as I traced my finger down the list of bouts set for that night’s in-house fight at Swish Club, a Hong Kong Thai-boxing gym.

Example 2: ctrl+v (⌘+v in Mac) bolded paragraph (p strong) and normal paragraph

Fight Night in Hong Kong

I was having a hard time keeping the nausea at bay as I traced my finger down the list of bouts set for that night’s in-house fight at Swish Club, a Hong Kong Thai-boxing gym.

Example 3: ctrl+alt+v (+v in Mac) of both samples above gives same results

Fight Night in Hong Kong
I was having a hard time keeping the nausea at bay as I traced my finger down the list of bouts set for that night’s in-house fight at Swish Club, a Hong Kong Thai-boxing gym.