1 course unit Theoretical bases for accounting practices are explored along with a detailed analysis of the financial statements and accounting principles for valuing assets. Topics include the conceptual framework of accounting, balance sheets, income statements, statements of cash flow, current and long-term assets, and International Financial Reporting Standards. Students will continue to use computers as a tool for preparation, analysis, and presentation of financial data. Prerequisite(s):ACT 101 Financial Accounting. ACT 201 Accounting Information Systems should also be completed or enrolled concurrently. Meets general academic requirement W when offered as 321.