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ACCT 6610 Accounting Research and Standard Setting (Fall: 3 )

Course Description

The goals of the IFRS course are to help students learn the differences between US GAAP and IFRS for events and circumstances where these differences and their financial statement consequences are particularly pronounced and to help students learn how to make informed judgments while preparing, auditing, or using IFRS financial statements. To this end, the course emphasizes researching, analyzing, and discussing standards, conceptual frameworks, and global financial statements related to revenue recognition, property plant and equipment, intangibles, provisions, leasing, taxes, and employee benefits.

Instructor(s): Peter Wilson

Prerequisites: ACCT3302 (undergraduate) or ACCT8814 (graduate).

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Last Updated: 20-Jun-18