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Accounting

ACC 210: Accounting I: Concepts of Financial Reporting

Self-paced Correspondence

This course is designed to provide you with a basic understanding of the financial reporting process, including the accounting cycle and the concepts and principles that underlie financial statements. In addition to learning and applying many bookkeeping techniques used in the accounting process, you will learn how to analyze and communicate the financial information generated by the accounting process.

  • Instructor: Robin Thomas, MA, CPA
  • Credit-granting Institution: NC State University
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Assignments: 15
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Required Text and Materials

  • Spiceland, Thomas, and Herrmann, Financial Accounting, 2nd edition. ISBN 9780078110825.
  • a basic calculator

You may purchase the textbook at Friday Center Books & Gifts in person, online, or by mailing or faxing in the book order form. Refer to the online ordering site for current book prices.

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ACCT 335: Federal Income Taxation

Self-paced Online

This course is temporarily closed to enrollment.

ACCT 335 is an introductory course on the federal tax system. Individuals enrolling in this class should have completed at least one college-level course in accounting, or have equivalent experience in dealing with financial statements. Mastery of double-entry accounting is not required; however, you should be knowledgeable about income statements and balance sheets, and should have familiarity with various types of business entities. You should be prepared to solve elementary equations, and be able to write clearly, cogently, and sparingly.

  • Instructor: George Jackson, JD
  • Credit-granting Institution: Elizabeth City State University
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Assignments: 15
  • View a sample course syllabus.

Required Texts

  • Hoffman, Smith, and Willis, South-Western Federal Taxation: Individual Income Taxes, 2009 edition, ISBN 978-0324660203

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