International Business and Nonbusiness Accounting

INB421 International Business and Nonbusiness Accounting

  • Topics

    Topics

     Lectures, classroom problems and hand-in-problems

  • Learning outcome

    Learning outcome

    Upon completion of the course the candidate

    Knowledge

    • has acquired basic understanding of different financial accounting models (commercial, fund and cameral accounting) that are used in the business and nonbusiness (governmental) sectors
    • has acquired a precise accounting terminology

     

    Skills

     

    • understands the type of accounting information reported by business enterprises (cp. commercial accounting)
    • understand the type of information reported by nonbusiness (governmental) organization (cp. fund and cameral accounting)

     

    General competence

     

    • can communicate with persons both in the business and governmental (nonbusiness) organizations about financial accounting issues

  • Requirements for course approval

    Requirements for course approval

    There are three hand-in problems, of which one needs to be approved for course approval

  • Assessment

    Assessment

    4 hours written examination

  • Semester

    Semester

    Autumn

  • Literature

    Literature

    Monsen. N. Commercial accounting, fund accounting and cameral accounting (NHH Norwegian School of Economics: latest edition).

    Monsen, N., INB 421, Lecture notes, part I (NHH Norwegian School of Economics: latest edition).

    Monsen, N., INB 421, Lecture notes, part II (NHH Norwegian School of Economics: latest edition).

    Monsen, N. INB 421, Problems (NHH Norwegian School of Economics: latest edition).

    Selected articles.

Overview

ECTS Credits
7.5
Teaching language
 English
Semester
Autumn

Course responsible

 Norvald Monsen, RRR