In this course students will learn to prepare and interpret the three major components of the corporate annual report: the Balance Sheet, the Income Statement, and the Statement of Cash Flows. The underlying accounting model that produces these statements will be critically reviewed; both its strengths and limitations will be evaluated. Additionally the role of popular ratios in forecasting firm profitability, risk, and liquidity are considered. Student will gain this knowledge through homework assignments, discussion questions, and an integrative case analysis. This course is a prerequisite for Financial and Managerial Accounting SCH-MGMT 633. This class is restricted to MBA program students until March 27. Part of the Isenberg MBA.
ST-Foundation of Accounting
Accounting and Finance
Finance and Operations Management
Monday, March 13, 2017 to Wednesday, May 24, 2017