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ACC6100 - MEASURING FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

MEASURING FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

1.50 credits

ACC6101 - MEASURING AND MANAGING STRATEGIC PERFORM

MEASURING AND MANAGING STRATEGIC PERFORM

1.50 credits

ACC7200 - FINANCIAL REPORTING

FINANCIAL REPORTING

2.00 credits

ACC7201 - MEASURING AND MANAGING STRATEGIC PERFORM

MEASURING AND MANAGING STRATEGIC PERFORM

2.00 credits

ACC7500 - BL FIN REPORTING AND STATEMENT ANALYSIS

BL FIN REPORTING AND STATEMENT ANALYSIS

ACC7500 Financial Reporting & Statement Analysis Blended Learning MBA electives will open up to Non-Blended Learning MBA students on March 12th at noon. Students who take ACC7500 may not take ACC7502 and vice versa. F2F Meeting Dates- Friday, July 24 and Saturday August 22 Focuses on developing and analyzing financial statements, and explores how particular transactions and their accounting treatment affect financial statements. Topics such as leases, pensions, income recognition, and other current issues are studied to understand their impact on financial statements. These topics are covered within the larger context of industry cases in which multiple companies are analyzed and evaluated using profitability and risk ratios. This course is designed for anyone who intends to use corporate financial statements intensively in valuation, credit or equity analysis, or strategic competitor analysis Prerequisites: Evening: (ACC7000 or MBA8510) or ACC7200 Fast Track: MBA7335 or (ECN7201 and MIS7200) One Year: MBA7210 or ACC7200 Two Year: MBA7320 or ACC7301 or ACC7200 This course is typically offered in the following semesters: Fall and Spring

3.00 credits

ACC7502 - FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS FOR MANAGER

FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS FOR MANAGER

Meeting Dates: January 24th and February 7th 9AM - 5PM ACC7502: Financial Statement Analysis for Managers Note that students who take ACC7502 may not take ACC7500, and vice versa. MSA students are not eligible to register for ACC7502. This half-term course is designed for students who are interested in analyzing companies using corporate financial statements, but who do not plan to work in finance. Using several different industries, we will examine the current financial statements and ratios of companies to assess their profitability and risk and to identify the connections between their strategic decisions and their financial footprints. In addition to fundamental concepts of reporting and ratio analysis, the course will cover accounting principles for advanced topics, including restructuring charges, intercorporate investments, and deferred income taxes. Throughout the course, we will consider both the impact of managers' choices on the financial statements and how we use financial statements to evaluate those choices. This course is typically offered in the following semesters: Spring Prerequisites: Evening: (ACC7000 or MBA8510) or ACC7200 Fast Track: MBA7335 or (ECN7201 and MIS7200) One Year: MBA7210 or ACC7200 Two Year: MBA7320 or ACC7301 or ACC7200

1.50 credits

ACC7520 - AUDITING

AUDITING

All Monday evening classes will meet 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM Meeting Dates: Mon Sept 8 Mon Sept 15 Mon Sept 22 Mon Nov 3 Sat Nov 8 8:30 to 4:30 Mon Nov 10 Sat Nov 15 8:30 to 4:30 Mon Nov 17 Mon Dec 1 Mon Dec 8 Wed Dec 10 (Babson Monday) ACC7520 Auditing 3 credit graduate elective Financial auditing is the process of rendering an opinion on a client’s financial statements. This course will teach the responsibilities associated with being in the auditing profession, what an audit opinion is, the risks associated with rendering that opinion, how an auditor plans and executes an audit engagement, including the assessment of a client’s internal control structure and the evidence gathered to support the assertions of management with respect to the account balances within the financial statements. You will become familiar with generally accepted auditing standards (GAAS), which are the guidelines by which an auditor professionally conducts a financial audit. You will see the effects that the Sarbanes-Oxley Act has had on the auditing profession in the USA. By the end of the course, you will have learned the fundamental concepts, risks, and procedures needed to audit all of the major financial statement areas within a typical audit. For the Babson students, a secondary objective is that this course will prepare you to successfully complete the Auditing and Attestation section of the CPA exam.

3.00 credits

LAW7200 - LAW

LAW

1.00 credits

TAX7580 - INDEPENDENT RESEARCH

INDEPENDENT RESEARCH

1.50 credits

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