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It covers the accounting information system, and the recording and reporting of business transactions with a focus on the accounting cycle, the applications of generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), the classified financial statements, and statement analysis.Other topics include issues related to asset, liability, and equity valuation; revenue and expense recognition; cash flows; internal controls; and ethics.Students are taught to use American Sign Language by signing, fingerspelled signing, using facial grammar at the novice level.Emphasis is placed on the development of ASL and receptive skills.All phases of auditing including ethics, standards, planning, fieldwork and reporting are covered. This course illustrates how to use accounting computer programs in a commercial business enterprise.The main objective is to provide the student with a complete guide to creating and maintaining a proper accounting system while using a popular accounting software program (Quick Books Pro) on a personal computer.
Emphasis is placed on tax concepts and related social economic issues rather than tax return preparation.The course distinguishes between California and Federal Income Tax requirements.This course is intended for all students interested in California income tax. The course provides instruction in the principles of fund accounting and budgeting including revenues, appropriations, encumbrances, internal controls for both governmental and not-for-profit entities. This is a basic course concerned with financial statement auditing as well as other assurance services provided by professional auditors.Detailed course descriptions are listed on page 304.Please refer to the class schedule and/or see the dean or department chair for availability.