Minnesota State University, Mankato

Course Equivalents

Course Equivalents for ACCT 200 at Minnesota State University, Mankato in Summer 2019 (May - Jul)



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Alexandria Technical and Community College

ACCT 2000 - Principles of Accounting I - 4 credits
This course is an introduction to financial accounting and is designed for both accounting and non-accounting students. Financial accounting is used to communicate information on the company's activities to outside users. Students will use a variety of hands-on learning tools to cover topics that include: recording transactions, preparing financial statements, inventory and merchandising, long-term assets, debt, common equity structures, time value of money concepts and ratio analysis. The course covers all the topics required by the Minnesota State Business AS Transfer Pathway and is a pre-requisite to Intermediate Accounting.
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Anoka-Ramsey Community College

BUS 2125 - Financial Accounting - 4 credits

This course covers financial accounting concepts from a user perspective and will focus on the application of these concepts in real-world environments. Topics include applying Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) to record transactions and prepare financial statements, financial statement analysis, and annual reports.
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Century College

ACCT 2020 - Financial Accounting (Early Finish) - 4 credits
"This course includes the study of financial accounting concepts through the measurement, communication, and analysis of economic events for the benefit of investors, creditors, and other external users of financial accounting information. Emphasis is on the preparation and analysis of financial statements in a corporate annual report. Recommendation(s): Ability to add, subtract, multiply, divide, and calculate simple percentages with the use of a calculator.
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Inver Hills Community College

ACCT 2101 - Financial Accounting - 4 credits
Focuses on basic accounting concepts with emphasis on how financial information is used in decision-making, primarily by creditors and investors. It focuses on what the financial statements reveal about the credit worthiness and financial performance of companies organized as corporations. Topics covered include preparation, analysis and interpretation of financial statements including income statements, balance sheet, statement of owner's equity, and cash flow statement. Additional topics include processing accounting information, end of period adjustments, closing entries, cash versus accrual accounting, receivables, inventory, income measurement, current and fixed assets and liabilities, stockholders┬┐ equity, ratio analysis, cash flow, merchandising operations, and internal control. Meets lower-division transfer requirements for accounting and business administration majors at most 4-year institutions. Require completion of Math 0840 or assessment into Math 0940 or higher; recommended concurrent enrollment in BUS 1100.
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Metropolitan State University

ACCT 210 - Financial Accounting - 4 credits

This course in financial accounting acquaints students with the "language of business" and the concepts and practices of accounting in order to understand, interpret, and analyze the financial accounting reports of economic entities. Topics include: economic context of accounting; introduction to basic financial statements with emphasis on the statement of cash flows; measurement fundamentals; analysis of financial statements; cash; receivables; inventories; investments in equity and debt securities including Consolidations; long-lived assets; current and long-term liabilities; stockholders' equity; and time value of money concepts and computations for decision making: international accounting practices are incorporated into every topic. This is not a bookkeeping course.
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Minneapolis Community and Technical College

ACCT 2202 - Financial Accounting - 4 credits
This course explores accounting as a process of providing useful financial information to investors, creditors, management, and other users. You will learn the accounting cycle, financial statements, and the use and limitations of accounting information.
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Minnesota State University Moorhead

ACCT 230 - Principles of Accounting I - 3 credits

From a user's perspective, an introduction to the content and concepts underlying the three basic financial statements prepared by management for use by investors and creditors. Includes financial statement analysis.
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Normandale Community College

ACCT 2251 - Financial Accounting - 4 credits

This course, the first of the two consecutive courses in financial and managerial accounting, is designed to develop basic accounting knowledge of students in the following areas: generally accepted accounting principles and concepts, accounting cycle, preparation of financial statements, cash management, accounting for merchandising operations, receivables, inventory, current and long-term liabilities, long-term assets, stock transactions and financial statement analysis.
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North Hennepin Community College

ACCT 2111 - Financial Accounting - 4 credits

This course is a study of the accounting principles and concepts used to understand and develop financial statements. Topics include accruals and deferrals, revenues, expenses, assets, liabilities, equities, and cash flows. The course will analyze current industry financial statements from the point of view of investors and creditors for profitability, liquidity and risk.
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Riverland Community College

ACCT 2011 - Principles of Financial Accounting - 4 credits
This course is an introduction to financial accounting concepts and principles through a study of business transactions and their effect on financial statements. Topics/concepts included are: accounting as an information system; transactions and the accounting cycle; financial statements (including the Income Statement, Statement of Equity, Balance Sheet, and the Cash Flow Statement); and analysis of profitability, liquidity, and risk. Accounting practices will be applied to measure, classify and report current and long-term assets, current and long-term liabilities, and equity. The course focus will be on corporate accounting. This course is part of the Associate in Applied Science Accounting degree which is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP). (4 Cr - 4 lect, 0 lab)
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Rochester Community and Technical College

ACCT 2217 - Financial Accounting - 4 credits
This course is an introduction to fundamental accounting concepts that includes analyzing, interpreting and recording transactions. The accounting cycle is covered for service and merchandising corporations. The course also includes the preparation of financial statements in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) using the accrual method of accounting, and emphasizes the effects of business transactions on the financial statements. Additional topics include accruals and deferrals, revenues, expenses, internal control, inventory, payroll, and fixed assets. (Prerequisites: None).
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Saint Paul College

ACCT 2410 - Financial Accounting - 4 credits

This course in financial accounting acquaints students with the concepts and practices of accounting to be able to interpret and analyze the financial accounting reports of economic entities. Topics include: economic context of accounting; introduction to basic financial statements; measurement fundamentals; analysis of financial statements; cash; receivables; inventories; investments in equity and debt securities; long-lived assets; current and long-term liabilities; stockholders' equity; and financial performance measurement. 4C/4/0/0
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Southwest Minnesota State University

ACCT 211 - Principles of Accounting I - 3 credits
Introduction to reporting financial information regarding the operating, investing, and financing activities of business enterprises to present to potential investors, creditors, and others. Topics covered include basic financial statements, business transactions, the accounting cycle, forms of business organizations, internal control, cash, receivables, inventories, long-term assets, depreciation, and current liabilities.
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St. Cloud State University

ACCT 291 - Accounting I - 3 credits

Accounting as a process of providing useful financial information to investors, creditors, management, and other users. The accounting process, financial statements, and the uses and limitations of accounting information. 3 Cr. F, S, SUM.
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Winona State University

ACCT 211 - Financial Accounting Principles - 3 credits

Emphasis is on introductory financial accounting topics. Topics include a study of the framework of financial accounting, the accounting cycle, financial statement preparation and analysis, cash and internal controls, receivables and sales, inventory and COGS, plant and equipment, intangible assets, current and long-term liabilities, and stockholder's equity. Prerequisites: WSU math proficiency. Grade only. Offered each semester.
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