Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Professor Reid was able to make some very complex information more digestible for students. This was incredibly helpful because she was able to keep students in tune with the material while not allowing anyone to get discouraged by the difficult material. Additionally, Professor Reid was incredibly accessible to students in and outside of office hours. She really liked to see her students do well, which I really enjoyed.
Asset side of the balance sheet, so things such as all current assets, investments, PPE, and receivables. We learned how all of these assets were treated (depreciation, capitalization, etc) and how these should be reported on the B/S and I/S. Additionally there were many scenarios on how GAAP requirements would make us report the accounts.
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Advice for students:
This is an excellent course for Finance majors. Many times finance majors graduate college with not enough accounting background, and this course allows you to gain knowledge that you would otherwise not know until you get into the work force. While its not required for Finance majors, I highly suggest everyone take it to be a differentiating factor from you and other Finance majors.