Date of Award
W. Mark Wilder
This thesis is composed of two semesters worth of investigative cases into different aspects of the accounting field. There are 10 cases that each offer a unique perspective on varying aspects of accounting as a profession. Each case posed a different issue or controversy in the profession and proposed answers to the questions asked. The thesis shows a well-rounded understanding of the applications of accounting and the Generally Accepted Principles of Accounting. These cases were created and completed within the Accounting 420 course taught by Professor Victoria Dickinson in the fall and spring semesters of 2020.
Sullivan, Celia, "Compilation of Cases Investigating Principles of Accounting" (2021). Honors Theses. 1664.
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