Accounting (ACCT APPL) Course Descriptions. … The course introduces both financial accounting and managerial accounting to provide an overall perspective about the introductory accounting topics and presentation so that students can become effective users of accounting information.
A study of the development of cost information for use in planning, control and decision making within a manufacturing firm. Emphasis on the design and use of cost systems, including cost-volume-profit analysis, job order costing, process costing, standard costs, budgeting, variance analysis and non-manufacturing organizations.
The course introduces both financial accounting and managerial accounting to provide an overall perspective about the introductory accounting topics and presentation so that students can become effective users of accounting information.
This course introduces both financial accounting and managerial accounting to provide an overall perspective about the introductory accounting topics and presentation so that students can become effective users of accounting information. Students are introduced to the accounting cycle, financial statement preparation, product costing systems, cost-volume-profit analysis, and internal control concepts.
more than $26,000 on average.
On the secondary market, which includes online brokers, tickets are selling for an average of $5,100, according to StubHub.
The cheapest ticket is a little less than $3,000, while the most expensive ticket purchased so far is $75,000.
“We’ve seen a steady incline,” StubHub spokeswoman Joellen Ferrer said.
ACCOUNTING ACCT APPL – Accounting
3 Credits; 3 Lecture Hours. An introduction to accounting principles, concepts and procedures as a means of measuring financial activity. The course includes an introduction to the accounting cycle for service and merchandising businesses with an emphasis on accrual-based accounting and the reporting of external financial statements. Prerequisite(s): MATH 120 (or higher) or equivalent placement score.
ACC 101: Financial Accounting. This course introduces financial accounting concepts and procedures, including the recording and reporting of business transactions. The course also covers the basic accounting cycle; the preparation, analysis, and interpretation of financial statements; and an overview of internal control.
ACC 102: Managerial (Managerial) Accounting. This course builds on ACC 101 with a focus on managerial accounting concepts, procedures, and decision-making tools. The course covers cost behavior; cost-volume-profit relationships; budgeting; variance analysis; capital investment decisions; and responsibility accounting for profit centers.
ACC 103 – Financial Accounting (3) This course is designed to introduce the student to financial accounting and its role in providing information for external users of financial statements. It is also an introduction to business transactions and the accounting cycle.
Accounting topics covered are: (1) the nature and purpose of accounting; (2) analyzing, recording, and reporting business transactions; (3) adjusting accounts; (4) preparing financial statements; (5) using a worksheet; (6) internal control and cash; (7) receivables; (8) inventory; (9) plant assets, natural resources, and intangibles; (10) current liabilities; (11) long-term obligations; (12) stockholders’ equity; and (13) statement of cash flow.
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The average Super Bowl ticket cost $2,500. The most expensive ticket was $5,600. The lowest price of a Super Bowl ticket was $1,000.
Industry sources say Super Bowl tickets are going for an average of $4,000 on the secondary market. That’s double what they were going for a week ago, and the price is expected to rise even more before kickoff.
The price of Super Bowl tickets can be very expensive. The average price of a ticket to this event has increased every year since 2010. In 2012, the average price was $3,299 and in 2013 the price went down to $2,744. In 2014, the average price was $3,559 and in 2015 it went back up to $4,847.