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ACCT 333 Accounting for Government and Non-Profit Organizations
An introduction to accounting for governmental and nonprofit organizations. The course covers the accounting and reporting requirements for the various funds and account groups used by governmental units, including the use of budgetary and encumbrance accounting along with the dual perspective financial reporting for governmental entities. This course includes accounting and reporting for college and universities, voluntary health care and welfare organizations, and other governmentally and non-governmental operated nonprofit organizations. Offered Spring only.
Prerequisites: JrS, ACCT 232 or 312 with a "C" or better and PACC major.
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