Includes fundamental elements of production costs, budgeting, standard costs, and analysis of variances relate to interpretation and control of production costs, costing of spoilage, waste and scrap, and activity-based costing. Introduction of basic concepts and techniques practiced by cultural anthropologists.Topics include language, kinship, gender, economics, politics, ecology, and religion.Exploration of human achievements from earliest human ancestors to the present to develop understanding of human condition and foundations of modern world.Study of what archaeology reveals about early religions beyond the information contained in historical texts.
Emphasis on income taxes, leases, inflation accounting, cash flow statements, pension accounting, determination of earnings per share and investments.Coverage of segment profitability, budgeting, capital projects, selection and subsequent evaluation, cost volume and allocation involving joint costs decentralization, and performance measurement and transfer pricing.Emphasis on performance standards, activity-based costing, variance analysis, and responsibility accounting. Accounting theory and practice related to the acquisition, use and disposal of fixed and intangible assets.The life you live outside the classroom is as important to your education as lectures, papers and projects. We're as connected to our community as we are committed to our students. Emphasis on cash receipts, cash disbursements, accounts receivable and accounts payable.Some assignments made using general ledger accounting software.
Investigate what archaeology can add to the study of mythology and of the cultures that created these stories.