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ECON 220

Introduction to Financial Accounting

The preparation, communication and use of economic information for decision-making, with a focus on external users (e.g., investors, creditors). Topics included are an examination of economic events within a business; terminology, the underlying conceptual framework, and generally accepted accounting principles; and financial statements. Balance sheet coverage includes resources owned, and obligations owed, by a company; the income statement provides insight into the performance of a company; the statement of cash flows identifies sources and uses of a company's cash flows; and financial statement analysis uses this information for a variety of decisions. Both the benefits from using financial accounting information, and its limitations, will be discussed. Prerequisite: ECON 100.

Distribution Area Prerequisites Credits
ECON 100 1 course

Fall Semester information

Ralph Sanders

220A: Financial Accounting

Ralph Sanders

220B: Financial Accounting