INTD 0116

Accounting/Budgeting/Lib Arts

Accounting, Budgeting, and the Liberal Arts
Accounting is the lingua franca of commercial and financial activity, and applies equally to corporations, non-profits, and governments. In this course we will learn the basic concepts and standards underlying the accounting language including: revenue recognition, inventory, long-lived assets, present value, long-term liabilities, and financial statements. We then turn to the application and use of accounting information in forecasting, operating, and measuring an enterprise. These managerial accounting concepts are used to develop budgets and evaluate results. Our understanding of accounting and financial statements is needed to understand how business interrelates with society. The major course project will be developing an Excel financial model; no prior Excel experience required. 3 hrs. lect., 3 hr. lab (not open to students who have taken INTD 0316).
Requirements Fulfilled:
Equivalent Courses:
INTD 0316
ECON 0316


Spring 2025

INTD0116A-S25 Lecture
INTD0116Z-S25 Discussion

Fall 2024

INTD0116A-F24 Lecture (Magri)
INTD0116Z-F24 Discussion (Magri)

Spring 2024

INTD0116A-S24 Lecture (Burkhardt)
INTD0116Z-S24 Discussion (Burkhardt)

Fall 2023

INTD0116A-F23 Lecture (Magri)
INTD0116Z-F23 Discussion (Magri)

Spring 2023

INTD0116A-S23 Lecture (Magri)
INTD0116Z-S23 Discussion (Magri)

Fall 2022

INTD0116A-F22 Lecture (Magri)

Spring 2022

INTD0116A-S22 Lecture (Magri)
INTD0116Z-S22 Discussion (Magri)

Fall 2021

INTD0116A-F21 Lecture (Magri)

Spring 2021

INTD0116A-S21 Lecture (Magri)
INTD0116Z-S21 Discussion (Magri)

Fall 2020

INTD0116A-F20 Lecture (Magri)

Spring 2020

INTD0116A-S20 Lecture (Magri)

Fall 2019

INTD0116A-F19 Lecture (Magri)

Spring 2019

INTD0116A-S19 Lecture (Magri)

Fall 2018

INTD0116A-F18 Lecture (Magri)