Accounting is the language of business. Accounting operates as a system to collect and communicate information about an organization and its performance. The numbers of accounting should reflect the organization’s operations and decisions, as well as communicate results and information to users based upon their needs. Business persons, management, and investors must be able to understand how the organization’s activities are reflected in the financial statements and how to access and use the accounting information. Users of financial statement information also need to understand the impact of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and the important business elements which are not directly reported in the financial statements. This course is a study of accounting for the manager with emphasis on financial reporting, financial performance evaluation, ethical issues, and cost accounting.
Accounting is the language of business. Accounting operates as a system to collect and communicate information about an organization and its performance. The numbers of accounting should reflect the organization’s operations and decisions, as well as communicate results and information to users based upon their needs. Business persons, management, and investors must be able to understand how the organization’s activities are reflected in the financial statements and how to access and use the accounting information. Users of financial statement information also need to understand the impact of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and the important business elements which are not directly reported in the financial statements. This course is a study of accounting for the manager with emphasis on financial reporting, financial performance evaluation, ethical issues, and cost accounting.
This course is an advanced study of human resource systems along with an introduction to organizational behavior concepts/theories. It includes an analysis of the design and implementation of strategic human resource systems from a general management perspective. Content includes organizational assessment, biblical integration of HR systems, development of HR strategy, organizational theory, legal compliance, contemporary trends, HR issues, and the relationship of HR systems to organizational performance.