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About BUS 3610 A

Study of how corporations account for and present the results of their financial activities. Emphasizes accounting for assets, current liabilities, and the related revenue and expenses. Provides overview of the four primary financial statements and accompanying notes. Prerequisites: BUS 1610, BUS 2620, both with a minimum grade of C-; Business Administration major; Business Administration or Accounting minor; minimum Junior standing.


BSAD Majors, BSAD & ACCT Minors; CSIS Majors by permission. For permission email:; Minimum junior standing; Prereqs enforced by the system: BUS 1610 and BUS 2620 with minimum grades of C-; Open to Degree and PACE students.

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