• General Information The curriculum for Business Information Management (BIM) is based on TEKS (Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills) requirements provided by the Texas Education Agency. 
    • Textbook(s):    Introduction to Accounting – An Integrated Approach; Ainsworth, Dienes 6e (McGraw-Hill); Accounting Pilot and Bridge Project (AICPA).

          South-Western Century 21 Accounting – Multicolumn Journal (Tenth Edition).  

                Using Microsoft Excel and Access for Accounting 2016 (G. Owen, Cengage Publishing.

    • Objectives:  
      • This course is designed for second year Accounting students who wish to broaden their understanding of the role of Accounting in the business world. 
      • Emphasis will be on applying concepts learned in Accounting I to real-world problems and challenges in the business world. Students will be introduced to topics such as:


    • The accounting cycle for a corporation
    • Preparing financial statements
    • Financial statement analysis
    • Cost-volume-profit (CVP) analysis
    • Inventory and inventory valuation
    • Product costing
    • Time value of money
    • Ethics in Accounting
    • Cash flow analysis
    • Production management


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