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ACC 808  Analyzing Financial Reporting Decisions

Spring of every year
Total Credits: 3   Lecture/Recitation/Discussion Hours: 3
ACC 301
Recommended Background:
Intermediate level financial accounting
Open to master's students in the Accounting Major or approval of department.
Analytical frameworks to discuss financial reporting issues along with the development of accounting standards for various topics. Standard setting process and FASB’s conceptual framework. Economics of, accounting for, and valuation of financial instruments and derivatives.
Effective Dates:
US22 - Open