ENGM 179: Financial and Managerial Accounting
Cannot be used to satisfy any A.B. degree requirements
Financial Accounting covers the accumulation, analysis, and reporting of a company's financial data for the purposes of creditors, investors, and other external decision-makers. The first part of this course develops the basic concepts underlying corporate financial statements and introduces tools for analyzing profitability and risk. Management Accounting emphasizes the use of accounting data for internal decision-makers. This part of the course shows how accounting information can be used effectively in planning, decision-making, and control.