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Accounting Course Descriptions

ACC 105 Financial Accounting (4) 
Prerequisite: FIN 101 (may be taken concurrently)
Description: Introduces the basics of accounting: accounting equation, transaction analysis and recording journal entries, accounting cycle, financial statements, matching concept, adjusting entries, closing entries, worksheets. Examines accounting concepts and procedures: cash, bank reconciliations, receivables, allowance method, estimation and pricing methods for inventories, plant assets and methods of depreciation, sole proprietorship, partnership and corporate forms of business organization including differences in presentation of equity sections for each; distributions and dividends.
 

ACC 110 Accounting in QuickBooks (3) 
Prerequisite: ACC105 with a C or higher
Description: Introduces computerized general ledger accounting. Focuses on taking accounting principles and procedures previously learned and developing skills for their application through the use of accounting software, including sales / receivables, expenses / accounts payable, payroll, journal entries, chart of accounts, and automated general ledger. Various projects will be used to guide students through an accounting cycle including the preparation of computer-generated financial statements and various special reports. This course requires a high degree of group (team) work. Students are expected to work together to complete the assigned projects (with the exception of the final project).

ACC 201 Intermediate Accounting I (3) 
Prerequisite: ACC 105 with a C or higher
Description: Examines in more depth and detail the financial accounting procedures and reporting and evaluation of results of operations through income statements, balance sheets, statements of cash flow, and associated worksheets. Also focuses on revenue and expense recognition, working capital, and ratio analysis of financial statements. 

ACC 202 Intermediate Accounting II (3) 
Prerequisite: ACC 105 with a C or higher
Description: Covers plant assets, depreciation, depletion, amortization, long-term and short-term liabilities, corporations and their stock transactions, retained earnings, equity financing, computation of payroll and associated payroll taxes with their quarterly tax return filings. Students will apply the skills learned by performing accounting services in a service learning environment. .

ACC 210 Advanced QuickBooks (3) (Capstone)
Prerequisite: ACC 110 with a C or higher; ACC 212 with a C+ or higher
Description: Expands upon previously learned computerized general ledger accounting. Focuses on taking accounting principles and procedures previously learned and developing skills for their application through the use of accounting software, including sales / receivables, expenses / accounts payable, payroll, journal entries, chart of accounts, and automated general ledger. Various projects will be used to guide students through an accounting cycle including the preparation of computer-generated financial statements and various special reports. A special emphasis is placed upon the interpretation and evaluation of financial information developed during the course projects. Students are expected to work together to complete the assigned projects.

ACC 212 Managerial Accounting (3) 
Prerequisite: ACC 105 with a C or higher
Description: Explores the applications of financial statement analysis, ratio analysis, horizontal and vertical analysis, manufacturing costs, schedule of cost of goods manufactured, direct and indirect costs, costing systems, job order system, process system, activity-based accounting, budgeting procedures, flexible budgets, cost-volume-profit analysis, break-even analysis, contribution analysis, segmented reporting, responsibility accounting, capital budgeting, net present value analysis and lease versus buy analysis.

ACC 215 QuickBooks Certified User Test Preparation (1)
Prerequisite: ACC 110 with a B or higher; ACC 210 with a B or higher (or concurrent)
Description: Prepares the student to take the Intuit QuickBooks Certification test. Reviews the basics of accounting QuickBooks style. Drills deeper into the various ways to create company databases, the various utilities available, the management of lists and items. Reviews and expands upon A/R, A/P, P/R applications in QuickBooks. Covers report modification, home page modification, shortcuts, and overall customization methods. At the conclusion of the course, students will be able to take the industry-recognized QuickBooks Certification test at the LDSBC testing center.

ACC 223 Introduction to Tax Entities (2)
Prerequisite: ACC 105 with a C or higher
Description: This course focuses on the study of taxation from the perspective of the individual including sole proprietors. It addresses income, deductions and credits that an individual should be aware of. The course focuses on obtaining an understanding of Form 1040 and other related individual tax forms.
 

LDS Business College (LDSBC) is located in downtown Salt Lake City, three blocks west of Temple Square.

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LDS Business College
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Tuesday -
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Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
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