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The course exposes business students to the basic principles and concepts of financial accounting. The course covers the conceptual foundation of accounting, the basic steps in the accounting cycle, accounting measurements of Cash and Cash Equivalents, Accounts and Notes Receivable, Inventory, Property, Plant, and Equipment, and Intangible Assets
First Year
  
The course explains in detail the accounting measurement processes underlying the preparation of external financial reports. It covers the conceptual framework of financial accounting, the accounting for investments is stocks of other companies below 50%, accounting for inventory; accounting for accounts and notes receivable; accounting problems and practices relating to operating and intangible assets, and accounting for current liabilities
Second Year
  
The course provides students with the fundamentals of Managerial Accounting. It makes a clear distinction between Cost and Managerial Accounting topics. It covers cost classification, flow, and estimation. It also covers the use of accounting information in planning and control decisions; such as Cost-Volume-Profit analysis, comprehensive budgeting, relevant and irrelevant costs in nonrecurring decisions; responsibility accounting, and performance evaluation
Second Year
  
This course covers the principles and concepts of cost accounting. It presents the objectives of cost accounting and inventory accounts in manufacturing firms, statement of cost of goods manufactured, the job-order costing system, process costing system, standard costing system, service departments cost allocation, joint cost allocation and the activity based costing system.
Third Year
  
The course provides students with the essentials of accounting for governmental and not-forprofit organisations and the principles of fund accounting theory. It demonstrates the procedures of recording, reporting, budgeting, and evaluating the financial performance of governmental agencies and not-for-profit organizations
Third Year
  
This course aims at enabling the students to learn how to use ready accounting software in financial accounting, managerial accounting, cost accounting and financial analysis. It also aims at enabling students to Excel program in preparing actual and budgeted financial statements
Third Year
  
This course addresses accounting in the Muslim society. It examines its history and evolution in serving the needs of Muslims, and how accounting has been derived from Islamic shariat (laws). The course present the forms of Islamic financial institutions, role of accounting in serving the economic life of individuals and the state, and how it can performs its role in societies currently and in the future.
Fourth Year
  
This course introduces accounting students to the fundamentals of accounting for financial institutions such as banks, insurance companies. More specifically topics include types of banks, the development of the banking profession and its importance to the national economy. Emphasis is placed on the accounting practices in the different divisions of a commercial bank, and its financial statements. In addition, accounting for different types of insurance companies is discussed.
Third Year
  
The course presents the financial statement analysis tools and techniques from the viewpoint of the primary users of financial statements. It covers the fundamental concepts of financial reporting, basic analysis by using vertical, horizontal, and ratio analysis
Fourth Year
  
The course provides students with the different types of taxes, the main objectives of taxes, and explains the main tax concepts. i.e., double taxation, tax evasion and tax equality. The course also explains in detail the theoretical and practical aspects of the income tax laws in Jordan through examples and case studies
Fourth Year
  
The purpose of this course is to give the student the skills necessary to take administrative decisions various short-term and long-term. This course covers traditional topics as product and cost budgets and performance evaluation and transfer prices as well as modern subjects such as cost and profit analysis activities client and target cost and cost management strategy.
MSc