Maintaining and advancing our leading international reputation for teaching and research is our top priority. Formally offered as FIN 661. Relevant practical cases will be heavily used for students to gain competence in using financial information to support business decisions. Formerly offered as FIN 481. A total of 8 units in any Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration 5951, 5952, 5953, 5955 may be applied toward graduation. Graded credit/no credit. Government Organization. Formerly ACCT 697. Satisfies one of the state requirements toward the real estate broker license. Formerly offered as FIN 430. A total of six units of Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration 5753 or 5755 courses may be applied toward graduation. Quarter Prerequisite: FIN 313Modern money management with discussion of budgeting, banking, real estate, insurance, consumer credit, retirement, and estate planning. Consent of instructor and approval by the department of a written project/proposal submitted to the appropriate department in the Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration on a standard application filed in advance of the semester in which the course is to be taken. Controllership and Professional Ethics. 1. Students may not receive credit for both.) FIN 6990. Quarter Prerequisite: senior standing preferred; consent of instructor and the departments internship coordinatorSupervised work and study in private or public organizations. (909) 537-5704 Department of Accounting and Finance website; The university offers concentrations in Accounting, f\Finance and Financial planning within the Bachelor of Arts in Administration and the Master of Business Administration. Quarter Prerequisite: FIN 602An overview of the financial and investment of entrepreneurial firms. Consent of instructor and approval by the department of a written project/proposal submitted to the appropriate department in the Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration on a standard application filed in advance of the semester in which the course is to be taken. education. Quarter Prerequisite: FIN 666Fixed income investment. ACCT 6991. Formerly ACCT 630. May be taken any semester after advancement to candidacy. Projects 1. Topics covered include accounting for operating revenues and expenses, escrow account reconciliation, budgeting, real estate acquisition and disposition costs, financial and closing statements, measures of real estate profitability, tax considerations, etc. Quarter Prerequisite: FIN 313Second of a two-course sequence of introduction to modern financial theory (continuation of FIN 3001). Semester Prerequisite: FIN 6776. Department of Accounting and Finance. Semester Prerequisite: FIN 3800 or consent of instructor. Build an investment portfolio by selecting securities from the equity and bond markets. Alternative costing systems including operations costing and process costing. Learn to be an equity analyst and junior portfolio manager. Semester Prerequisite: FIN 6776. or. College & University. Accounting for Managerial Decision-Making. Semester Prerequisite: FIN 3800 or consent of instructor. May be repeated for credit as topics change. Within the accounting and finance function a systems accountant may report to the financial accountant, management accountant or financial director. Two hours lecture and one hour activity laboratory. Earned units are not degree-applicable nor will they qualify for financial aid. Includes an introduction to tax research. Continuous Enrollment for Graduate Candidacy Standing. Continuous Enrollment for Graduate Candidacy Standing. FIN 4320. Explains similarities and differences among US GAAP and international accounting standards. Semester Prerequisite: FIN 3001, FIN 3002. Publications 6. Includes history and objectives of the tax, along with the treatment of various types of entities, types of income, types of deductions and types of credits. Formally offered as FIN 670. ), and prescriptive (what should happen?) Semester Prerequisite: FIN 3800 or consent of instructor. May be repeated for credit as topics change. Financial Statement Analysis II. Quarter Prerequisite: Completion of 11 courses of the Master of Science in Finance (MSF) programComprehensive course develops the future investment manager's analysis skills and integrating knowledge from the Master of Science in Finance courses. Semester Prerequisite: FIN 6775. We provide an education that will allow students to succeed in a business environment that is characterized by rapid technological advancements; a workforce of ethnic, cultural, and gender diversity; demands for continuous improvements in quality and service; demands for continuous individual and organizational learning; and, demands for the understanding and skills needed to practice in global markets. This course includes activity in laboratory and a project analysis. How to use financial information on financial statements or other statements provided by accounting professionals for business decisions such as firm valuations, investment decisions, managerial decisions and contracting will be discussed in-depth. Texas A&M Transportation Institute. Topics include the role of finance in the management, the analysis of financial statements, long-term financial planning and growth, the time value of the money, the valuation of bonds and stocks, and capital budgeting techniques applied to relevant cash flows. Topics include analysis of pensions, stock compensation, and other employee benefits; inter-corporate investments; business combinations; global operations; and ratio. Quarter Prerequisite: ACCT 211Provides students an opportunity to study the specialized the GASB accounting principles applicable to state and local governments. CSUSB Department of Accounting & Finance. The objective is to educate post-baccalaureate students to be experts in investment analysis and portfolio management. On our BSc Finance, Accounting and Management you'll gain a solid grounding in fundamental disciplines including business finance, financial and management accounting, and business law. Derivative and Alternative Investment. Semester Prerequisite: FIN 3800 or consent of instructor. Semester Prerequisite: FIN 6020. Formerly offered as 595D. Quarter Prerequisite: FIN 313 or consent of instructorBasic issues in real estate, including legal concepts, appraisal, financing, investment, brokerage, and management of real estate. Quarter Prerequisite: FIN 360Analysis of key issues in retirement planning: Individual Retirement Accounts, 401ks, defined benefit plans, profit sharing plans, and other retirement planning instruments. Campus Building. Formerly offered as FIN 575. Course is cross-listed across different departments within the college. Please visit our page for all upcoming Accounting & Finance Events and Career Development workshops. Financial Institutions and Markets. Contact. Semester Prerequisite: FIN 6020. CSUSB PRSSA. Topics include the role of finance in the management, the analysis of financial statements, long-term financial planning and growth, the time value of the money, the valuation of bonds and stocks, and capital budgeting techniques applied to relevant cash flows. Security Trading and Analysis. Quarter Prerequisite: FIN 602Study of international financial environment and problems in operation of multinational enterprises with major focus on theory and practice of foreign exchange transactions, money and capital markets, investment decisions, currency risk management, current asset management and comparative financial systems. Formally offered as FIN 666. The Department of Accounting and Finance at the University of Cyprus is newly established. Prerequisite: FIN 313, FIN 314Advanced topics in the field of finance such as financial statement analysis, capital budgeting, capital structure, retirement planning, etc. Topics covered include use of social media, professional networking, MS Office and Publisher, real estate presentation, contact management software, Multiple Listing Service, and real estate data analysis. Quarter Prerequisite: FIN 380 or consent of instructorAspects of the real estate development process from the location of the property to the best use of the property. Two hours lecture and one hour activity laboratory. 218 likes. Formally offered as FIN 696. About. Quarter Prerequisite: FIN 313 and 314 or FIN 602An applied investment analysis course, emphasizing the application of modern portfolio theory and asset allocation models in selecting and evaluating stocks and bonds. Semester Prerequisite: FIN 3001 and FIN 3002. Currently, there are 38 faculty members who fill full-time positions augmented by part-time faculty with specialized expertise. Formerly offered as FIN 588. Semester Prerequisite: FIN 3001 and 3002. Models include break-even analysis, differential costing, product cost pricing analyses, capital budgeting and investment analysis techniques. Teaching Net Generation accounting students is a challenging experience. Beer, who returned to teaching accounting and finance earlier this year, served as the initial director of the CSUSB Office of Student Research (OSR), whose “mission has been to facilitate the engagement of students in scholarly and creative activities related to their disciplines by providing resources that support both student scholars and faculty mentors.” Public & Government Service. Finance Comprehensive Examination. Quarter Prerequisite: FIN 313 and FIN 314A study of the structure, operations, portfolio compositions, and problems of financial intermediaries and financial markets. Formerly offered as FIN 445. Forgot account? ), diagnostic (why did it happen? Semester Prerequisite: MGMT 2300 or equivalent. Formerly offered as FIN 313. Quarter Prerequisite: FIN 666Modern portfolio management theory, practice, and analysis. FIN 6774. Real Estate Office Administration. Department of Accounting and Finance. FIN 6530. 23. An intensive study of some phase of finance to be developed by the instructor. The faculty members of our Department combine distinguished academic backgrounds with many years of practical experience in their respective professional areas. Formerly offered as ACCT 606. The BS in Finance (BSF) degree offers concentrations in financial management and investments along with other electives. An intensive study of some phase of accounting to be developed by the instructor. Advanced Tax Topics: Corporate Taxation. ACCT 3150. Quarter Prerequisite: Consent of MSA director or department chairThe course will cover internal audit from a broad perspective that includes information technology, business processes, and accounting systems by focusing on the understanding of the CIA (Certified Internal Auditor) examination in conjunction with the CPA (Certified Public Accountant) licensing process. Satisfies Diversity and Inclusiveness Perspectives Designation; Satisfies Global Perspectives Designation;. Quarter Prerequisite: Consent of MSA director or department chairCurrent developments in international accounting. Materials fee required. Semester Prerequisite: FIN 3600 or consent of instructor. Continuous Enrollment for Graduate Candidacy Standing. Semester Prerequisite: Advancement to candidacy or department approvalProvides update on accounting and auditing standards, focusing on regulations applicable to complex financial transactions. Accounting and Finance courses are offered in support of these programs. Satisfies one of the state requirements toward the real estate broker license. Satisfies one of the state requirements toward the real estate broker license. 25800 Carlos Bee Boulevard | Hayward, CA 94542 | 510-885-3000, Register for Career Development Workshops. FIN 6220. FIN 4300. Quarter Prerequisite: ACCT 211 and junior standingIntroduction to the basic concepts of federal income taxation. It provides an analytic, rather than institutional, approach to understand modern treatment of risk and return characteristics of stocks, bonds, options, and portfolio. Semester Prerequisite: ACCT 3720. Formally offered as FIN 665. Contact. An assessment of student ability to integrate the knowledge of finance area, show critical and independent thinking, and demonstrate mastery of the subject matter in Finance. The role of budgeting in management planning and control and an examination of cost and revenue variances. CSUSB Department of Accounting & Finance. Quarter Prerequisite: ACCT 426The basic concepts and basic tax forms of the federal income taxation of corporations and partnerships. Continuous Enrollment for Graduate Candidacy Standing is a variable unit course, see fee schedule in the Financial Information section of the Bulletin of Courses. Continuous Enrollment for Graduate Candidacy Standing. Not Now. The Department offers over 100 different courses in accounting, finance, taxation, and real estate courses. Formerly offered as ACCT 539. Formerly ACCT 642. Topics also include the historical experiences and cultural contributions of Asian Americans to American society. We will respond as quickly as possible. A foundation for potential licensing and certification will be developed. Course is cross-listed across different departments within the college. Financial Statement Analysis I. FIN 6775. Formerly offered as FIN 653. Formally offered as FIN 663. Explores the principles that connect financial markets, financial institutions, and the economy. Graded credit/no credit. Mktg-department Csusb. Semester Prerequisite: ACCT 4400. Log In. ACCT 3470. Quarter Prerequisite: ACCT 372Continuation of ACCT 3720 with emphasis on financial accounting areas including stockholders equity, dilutive securities, investments, income measurement issues, and the preparation and analysis of financial statements. Formerly offered as ACCT 440. FIN 6992. The Department of Accounting and Finance will remain open with the Chair and Staff working remotely. The Department offers over 100 different courses in accounting, finance, taxation, and real estate courses. Continuous Enrollment for Graduate Candidacy Standing. Emphasizes financial strategy and includes lecture and case study. Further information is available from the Department of Accounting and Finance. Previously offered as ACCT 315. Emphasizes financial decision making and includes lectures and case studies. Formerly offered as FIN 622. Quarter Prerequisite: FIN 666Modern theory and practice of derivative securities and alternative investments. Formerly offered as FIN 380. Semester Prerequisite: MBA Students ACCT 6060, MSA Students advance to candidacy or department approval. Formally offered as FIN 664. Quarter Prerequisite: ACCT 373 with a "C" or better gradeTopics include accounting and reporting for mergers and acquisitions, accounting for consolidation, accounting for partnerships, foreign currency transaction and translation, and accounting for segment reporting. Formerly ACCT 610. Entrepreneurial and Venture Finance. Accounting choices, information quality, and accounting information manipulations will be examined. Quarter Prerequisite: MGMT 230 or equivalentAdvanced accounting law topics, ethical standards, and institutions for professional accountants. FIN 5860. Quarter Prerequisite: FIN 380 or consent of instructorIntroduction to real estate accounting. ACCT 6993. Previously offered as ACCT 212. Prerequisite: senior standing preferred; consent of instructor and the departments internship coordinatorSupervised work and study in Financial function of private or public organizations. As a practical approach to doing business with Asian countries and Asian communities, the course introduces international business practices including documentation, customs clearance procedures, shipping, the methods and instruments of payment, and international commercial terms. California State University, San Bernardino 5500 University Parkway, San Bernardino CA 92407 +1 (909) 537-5000 Earned units are not degree-applicable nor will they qualify for financial aid. May be repeated once for credit. Students who enroll through the university have full use of all university facilities. May be repeated for credit. Formerly offered as FIN 313. The Department of Finance offers courses in the undergraduate program (BS Finance), graduate program (MS Finance), and MBA programs. Formerly offered as FIN 460. Quarter Prerequisite: FIN 314Application of descriptive (what is happening? Quarter Prerequisite: FIN 380 or consent of instructorIntroduction to computer skills for real estate. Units: 3 Fundamentals of recording, analyzing, and communicating financial information including income determination, assets and liability relationships and preparation of financial statements. Quarter Prerequisite: Consent of MSA director or department chairThe study of federal tax consequences of the formation, operation, reorganization, and liquidation of corporations from the standpoint of the corporation and shareholders, with some reference to the taxation of S corporations. Topics include analysis of principal financial statements, inventories and long lived assets, taxes, debt, and off balance sheet. 1973, Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio, B.A. Graded credit/no credit. FIN 6996. Materials fee required. FIN 3002. Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management. Semester Prerequisite: FIN 3001, FIN 3002, and FIN 4300. Semester Prerequisite: ACCT 2120, IST 1110, and IST 3110 or consent of instructor. Quarter Prerequisite: ACCT 440This course builds on the knowledge base from Introductory Auditing, not only to provide students with an in-depth understanding of professional standards, but also to prepare students for the responsibilities and challenges faced as an auditor in charge. Continuous Enrollment for Graduate Candidacy Standing. Materials fee required. Graded credit/no credit. Focus is on financial and investment strategies available to entrepreneurial firms and the criteria for selecting the appropriate strategy. Topics include options, forward, and futures, and swap contracts and their valuation; usage of derivatives in portfolio management; credit derivatives markets and instruments; real estate valuation; private equity and venture capital valuation; hedge fund strategies; commodities and managed futures; and alternative investments and their characteristics. Formerly offered as FIN 602. ACCT 6060. Quarter Prerequisite: Advancement to candidacy and approval of program graduate coordinator or, if an interdisciplinary studies major, consent of the Dean of Graduate StudiesIndependent study leading to completion of requirements (other than course work) for the master's degree. Quarter Prerequisite: ACCT 212 or ACCT 312, MATH 110 and ADMN 210First of a two-course sequence of introduction to modern financial theory. Formerly offered as ACCT 536. Topics include the firm and market structures, market efficiency, equilibrium and business cycles, monetary policy, and fiscal policy. Semester Prerequisite: Consent of the Department of Accounting and Finance internship coordinator. (Also offered as FIN 5555. To retain classified standing in the master's program, a student must enroll in a Continuous Enrollment for Graduate Candidacy Standing course each quarter until the project or thesis is accepted or the comprehensive examination passed. Management Accounting and Ethics in Business. Semester Prerequisite: ACCT 2110 and ACCT 2120. Formerly offered as FIN 651. Quarter Prerequisite: FIN 380 or consent of instructorLegal, marketing and financial aspects of running a real estate business. Semester Prerequisite: ACCT 2110. Formerly offered as 595B. ACCT 2120. Semester Prerequisite: FIN 3800 or consent of instructor. Legal considerations of listing contracts, purchase agreements, disclosure requirements, trust deeds, promissory notes and agency will be the key topics. Formerly offered as ACCT 347. Satisfies one of the state requirements toward the real estate broker license. Quarter Prerequisite: FIN 666Equity Investment in global context. FIN 5230. Semester Prerequisite: FIN 3001 and FIN 3002 or FIN 6020. Materials fee required. Formerly offered as ACCT 547. Semester Prerequisite: MBA Students ACCT 6060, MSA Students advance to candidacy or department approval. Introduction to religions, philosophies, cultures, characteristics, histories, and etiquettes of Asian countries from a business perspective. Students in FIN 5555 must complete additional requirements. Satisfies one of the state requirements toward the real estate broker license. Quarter Prerequisite: FIN 602Comprehensive introduction to the descriptive and formalized quantitative areas of security analysis, valuation, hedging, and portfolio management. An intensive study of some phase of finance to be developed by the instructor. Quarter Prerequisite: ACCT 347 or equivalentProduct and service costing with attention to analysis of overhead and multiple allocation techniques. Expand Course Student Learning Outcomes Menu - Department of Accounting and Finance, Expand BAP Tutoring Menu - Department of Accounting and Finance, College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, ''...to provide excellence and innovation in integrating quality teaching and learning, with applied research and relevant experience to a diverse clientele from the San Francisco Bay Area to the Global Community. A Certificate in Accounting is also available. FIN 6020. FIN 6995. Formerly offered as ACCT 544. Quarter Prerequisite: FIN 380 or consent of instructorIntroduction to real estate office administration. Advanced Financial Reporting Seminar. Quarter Prerequisite: FIN 313 and FIN 314An in-depth study of financial management with application to capital markets, financial planning, capital budgeting, capital structure, portfolio selection and managerial problems. FIN 6772. Quarter Prerequisite: ACCT 211Continuation of Introductory Accounting I with emphasis on Analysis of accounting methods providing data for optimal managerial decisions, implementation and control. Topics will include standard audit reports, assessing audit risk, auditors legal liabilities, tests of controls, and audit evidence. Semester Prerequisite: FIN 3001 and 3002 or FIN 6020. Formally offered as FIN 667. Formerly offered as ACCT 556. Satisfies one of the state requirements toward the real estate broker license. Topics include agency theory, time value of the money, risk and return, capital asset pricing model, capital market efficiency, bond and stock valuation, financial planning, cost of capital, capital budgeting, short-term financial management, capital structure, hybrid securities. You can also follow your individual interests and career aspirations by selecting from optional modules alongside your core subjects. Comprehensive Investment Analysis. Formerly FIN 680. Semester Prerequisite: Advancement to candidacy or department approval. The Accounting & Finance Department at California State University, San Bernardino on Academia.edu Formerly offered as FIN 480. Formally offered as FIN 662. Modern finance theory and analysis of financial decision making. Create New Account. Financial Aid & Scholarships - Global Site Navigation; Student Financial Services - Global Site Navigation; Summer Session - Global Site Navigation; Academics - Global Site Navigation. Semester Prerequisite: Junior status, or graduate statusSpecial topics involving library and/or field research. About. Quarter Prerequisite: advancement to candidacy and approval of program graduate coordinator or, if an interdisciplinary studies major, consent of the Dean of Graduate StudiesIndependent study leading to completion of requirements (other than course work) for the master's degree. Master of Science in Accountancy; Master of Science in Finance (Self-support offered through the College of Extended and Global Education) Department of Information and Decision Sciences. Semester Prerequisite: Junior status, or graduate statusSpecial topics involving library and/or field research. The course also examines the identification of risk exposures and the various tools used to address these risks. Formerly offered as FIN 360. Topics include time value of money, probability distributions and descriptive statistics, sampling and estimation, hypothesis testing, regression models, time series analysis, simulation methods, and technical analysis applied to financial asset valuation. Extensive study of internal controls including systems documentation. Valuation of inventory for decision-making purposes. 2007, Northern Kentucky University, B.S. Continuous Enrollment for Graduate Candidacy Standing. Semester Prerequisite: ACCT 3150, ACCT 3730. Financial Theory and Practice. The Master of Science in Finance is open to all qualified students regardless of undergraduate major. Continuous Enrollment for Graduate Candidacy Standing. analytics to financial data such as CRSP and Compustat. Computer Applications in Real Estate. This web-enhanced course utilizes modern computer and data facilities to conduct extensive fundamental and technical analysis, security portfolio tracking, performance measurement, and trading simulation and strategies. Semester Prerequisite: FIN 6020. Quantitative techniques employed in finance. Semester Prerequisite: ACCT 3470. California State University, San Bernardino, College of Business and Public Administration, GE Pathway: Big ideas that Change the World: Exploring Ideas, Innovations, and Discoveries, GE Minor: Diversity and Social Justice Minor, GE Minor: Foundations of Change &​ Discovery, Undergraduate Degree and Program Requirements, Undergraduate Degrees and Programs under Development, Graduate Degrees and Programs under Development, Download PDF of the entire Catalog (32 MB), Department of Accounting and Finance website. Focus will be on the practical application of real estate theory to the operation of the firm. Gain professional experience. Quarter Prerequisite: FIN 380 or consent of instructorExamines the appropriate methodology for determining the value of real estate, including both theory and practice. Semester Prerequisite: FIN 6774. Quarter Prerequisite: FIN 313 and 314Gain hands-on investment experience in managing real money. Emphasis on hedging risk than on speculative uses of financial derivatives. It affords learners an opportunity to acquire proficiency with the FASB financial reporting standards applicable to a variety of tax exempt non-profit organizations encountered in practice with an emphasis on fair value accounting and the basic principles used to record of assets, liabilities, equity, revenues, and expenditures. Formerly offered as FIN 527. ACCT 6996. Network. Generally accepted auditing standards will be critically examined. Financial Planning Process and Insurance. May be repeated for credit as topics change. Formerly offered as FIN 101. May be repeated for credit as topics change. Semester Prerequisite: Completion of 11 courses of the Master of Science in Finance (MSF) program. Mktg-department Csusb. Materials fee required. FIN 6980. The university offers concentrations in Accounting, f\Finance and Financial planning within the Bachelor of Arts in Administration and the Master of Business Administration. Semester Prerequisite: FIN 6020. Semester Prerequisite: (FIN 3001 or FIN 6020) and FIN 3800; or consent of instructor. Course is cross-listed across different departments within the college. Semester Prerequisite: FIN 6776. Formerly ACCT 541. Semester Prerequisite: ACCT 2110. The program is designed to produce individuals who are qualified with knowledge and skills in Professional Accounting and Accounting Information Systems. Call (909) 537-5703 or Visit jhbc.csusb.edu/mba Topics include CFA Institute Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct, Code of Professional Conduct, Research Objectivity Standards, and Soft Dollar Standards. Quarter Prerequisite: ACCT 211 and ACCT 212First of a two-course sequence covering an in-depth study of financial accounting topics, including accounting valuation and reporting practices. College & University. Materials fee required. Emphasis is on the individual as a taxpayer. The M.S. Quarter Prerequisite: FIN 313, FIN 314, FIN 430 and the upper-division writing requirementIntroduction to the security analysis and the modern portfolio theory. Formerly ACCT 615. Academic Calendar - Global Site Navigation; Academic Advising - Global Site Navigation; Degrees & Programs - … Materials fee required. Topics include cost allocation; cost, volume and price relationships; product cost accounting and control systems; operations and capital budgeting, and related behavioral, reporting and information processing aspects. Quarter Prerequisite: FIN 313 and FIN 314 or FIN 602Managing individual stock and stock portfolio price risks, interest rate risk, currency exchange-rate risk, and other financial risks using options, futures, forwards, and swaps. Ethical and Professional Standards. A total of 8 units in any Jack H. Brown College of Business and Public Administration 5951, 5952, 5953, 5955 may be applied toward graduation. 1979, M.B.A. 1981, Yon-Sei University, B.A. ), predictive (what will be future outcomes? Systems accountants are involved in the implementation of change processes within the finance department and may manage new financial systems projects. Quarter Prerequisite: MBA Students ACCT 606, MSA Students consent of MSA director or department chairAn in-depth study of financial accounting from user perspectives will be discussed, which includes use of financial information for firm valuations, investment decisions, and contracting. 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