Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Like many of the professors and students at University of New Haven, professor Daneshfar truly cared and wanted to be here. Each and every day he taught us accounting principles, and you could tell he enjoyed what he was doing. I would recommend taking accounting with Professor Daneshfar to any incoming student looking to learn more about the accounting field and accounting in general.
I learned a lot about company records and how they go about recording their financial data on a quarterly and yearly basis. I learned about the GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) requirements that companies are to strictly adhere to when dealing with their income, cash flow, as well as retained earnings statements. We learned why it's important to a business that their liabilities match their assets and how to ensure their projected expenses can match actual expense costs by year's end. Even though it's an intro course, I felt like I learned more than I expected to about financial accounting and I'm very glad I took the course. It opened my eyes to the perceived "magic" behind a well run business and what it takes to stay profitable.
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Advice for students:
Pay attention and do the homework. The tests will be very similar to the homework exercises.