ACCT2100 Accounting & Finance I – Concepts & Tools

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CRS Acad Level: UG

Course #: ACCT2100

Credits: 3

Term: Fall

About the Course:

The primary objective of this course is to provide a foundational understanding of accounting and finance concepts and tools. Specifically, this course takes students from double-entry accounting through to an elementary understanding of how to construct financial statements. It introduces the use of these statements as the basis for ratio analysis and budgeting. Students begin their study of the basic time value of money concepts that are the foundation for basic valuation techniques for both financial securities and projects valuation. Inclusive in this foundation in quantitative skills is the essential concept of ethical decision-making in business. Course offered: Fall.