Financial Accounting (A)(I)(1) National Taiwan University
The course provides the students with a solid grasp of the assumptions and logic inherent in the accounting techniques, their implications and their potential economic consequences.
This course is intended primarily as the fundamental of a sequence of courses for accounting and finance majors. This course equips a student to be not only a preparer of financial reporting but also an insightful user of accounting information. By taking this course, students are expected to:
1. Have solid grasp of accounting principles, techniques, and procedures, the assumptions and logic inherent in these principles and procedures, and how financial statements are assembled.
2. Understand how a company’s financial position and operating performance are measured and reported.
3. Understand the language of business and the role of accounting in business decision making and security markets.
4. Understand the ways that enterprises transact, their methods of financing and investing, and how to read and analyze financial statements, among other things.
5. Obtain some perspectives from the real world.
*Majors-only (including minor and double major students). *Restrict to freshmen.
Online Course Requirement
Stanley Y. Chang
Department of Business Administration-Division of Business Management,
Department of Business Administration-Division of Itechnology Management
Site for Inquiry
Please inquire about the courses at the address below.
Email address: http://www.management.ntu.edu.tw/