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The process of understanding the risks and profitability of a firm through analysis of reported financial statements. It includes a comprehensive review of business strategy, financial strategy and the industry environment, resulting in providing information for management and investment decisions. Prerequisite: Business 1100, Accounting 2140 and Accounting 2150 or equivalent or consent of instructor. (3 lecture hours)
Chapter 17 is an introduction to managerial accounting
shows how product costs flow through accounts for job costing and process costing systems. outlines the similarities and differences between these two costing systems. Review these illustrations carefully before moving on to the next section.
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The Rocky Mountain College managerial accounting concentration within the business administration program is different from other accounting programs because it has a liberal arts foundation. Rocky professors are dedicated to students, rather than research. In combination with the core curriculum, students learn to apply knowledge from the fields of accounting, economics, finance, and management. This assures that every student not only masters the skills of accounting, but also becomes skilled in leadership, communication, and reasoning. In addition, all accounting students undertake an internship that provides actual job experience in the field. Our students have interned in top accounting firms, on the U.S. Senate Finance Committee, in health care, in banks, and retail businesses. Often these internships have led to employment upon graduation.
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An introduction to financial accounting concepts. A study of the accounting cycles of service organizations and merchandisers emphasizing the recording of business transactions, and the preparation of financial statements. Emphasis is also placed on the accounting principles relating to the measurement, valuation, and reporting of assets, liabilities, equity, and internal controls. (4 lecture hours)