Accounting, sometimes called "the language of business," is one of the nation's fastest-growing professions. Professional accountants are in demand. Their influence and prestige is increasing. Businesses recognize employees who have sound financial, accounting and management knowledge as well as language and computer skills. Professionals with adequate accounting knowledge work with middle and upper management and in public accounting, where complex financial transactions are analyzed and reported.
Get a top-notch business education that’s tailored to your interests as a business studies major at Southern New Hampshire University.
The BS Business Studies degree programs are ideal for transfer students who want to maximize transferable college credits, switch to business from another discipline, or supplement a technical degree or background with an undergraduate degree in business.
As a business studies major, you can choose a business studies degree that focuses on your specific area of interest — from accounting and business finance to information technology and sport management — while receiving a comprehensive business education.
Free elective Credits: 30
This course examines the accounting concepts and practices used in the recording, classifying and reporting of cost data. An analysis is made of the behavior of costs and its use to management in the planning and control process. Budgeting, standard cost, job order and process are examined, along with special problems in cost accounting.
This is the first of three courses in intermediate accounting. These courses are designed to extend a student's knowledge of financial accounting practices. The first course focuses on understanding the theoretical framework that provides the foundations for the development of various accounting standards, regulations and practices. This followed by a review of the accounting cycle, including adjusting, correcting, reversing, and closing entries. Students will learn how to prepare accurate and complex financial statements including required disclosures that must accompany an organization's income statement, balance sheet and statement of cash flows; and how time value of money impacts the recording of various transactions. The course concludes with a presentation of techniques to analyze income measurement and profitability analysis.
This is the second of three courses in intermediate accounting. These courses are designed to extend a student's knowledge of financial accounting practices. The second course focuses on an improved understanding of a company's assets and begins a discussion of liabilities. Students will study the recording and disclosure requirements for cash and receivables, inventories, long-lived operational assets and investments, which also serve as financial instruments for an organization. The course concludes with a presentation of recording and disclosure requirements for current and long-term liabilities. Integrated within this course will be exposure to CPA simulation questions and the use of the FARS database for conducting accounting research.
A detailed presentation is made of the theory and practice applicable to the preparation of federal income tax returns for individuals.
ACC - one (1) 300-level or higher Accounting course or BUS 307
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