ENGM 179: Accounting
Cannot be used to satisfy any A.B. degree requirements
Accounting is the accumulation, reporting, and analysis of a company’s financial data. It is used by both external decision makers, such as creditors and investors, and internal decision makers, from product line managers to the board of directors. This course develops the basic concepts underlying corporate financial statements, such as overhead allocation and product costing. It also introduces tools used by both external and internal decision makers to analyze and use accounting information.