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Accounting Program Overview: SEC 10K Report Project for ACCT 321
In Cost Accounting, the SEC 10K project focuses on cost-related accounts and disclosures found in the financial statements and disclosure of the SEC 10K Report of a manufacturing corporation. Using knowledge learned in prior accounting courses, students compare and contrast the SEC 10K Report of a manufacturing to a non-manufacturing corporation.
ACCT 321: Cost Accounting//SEC 10K Project Requirements
This SEC 10-K project challenges students to review, analyze, and interpret financial statements and disclosures of a corporation headquartered in the U.S. To simulate processes used by practicing accountants, students present analyses and findings to the class and participate in a peer review process. The final deliverables include the following: a paper, spreadsheet, and presentation file.
Outcomes: Analyze, interpret, and prepare a report on a U.S. publicly traded manufacturing corporation using its most current SEC 10K report.
Competencies: Review components of SEC 10K Report, analyze financial statements, compare and contrast with SEC 10K Report of non-manufacturing corporation, and interpret results.
Assessments: Assessments will include three documents: a paper, spreadsheet, and presentation.