INFORMATION ON ACC 207 AND ACC 208
ACC 207, Financial Accounting for Decision Making, and ACC 208, Managerial Accounting for Decision Making, are introductory accounting courses required for all business majors. Each course has a four-hour classroom component (ACC 207 and ACC 208) and a one-hour self-paced activity (ACC 207A and ACC 208A).
The one-hour self-paced activities reinforce the material covered in the four-hour classroom component using accounting software. In ACC 207A, students will set up and run a web-based accounting system using Quick Books accounting software. ACC 208A uses Microsoft Great Plains Dynamics accounting software to analyze a case by identifying and inputting accounting information.
Registering for these classes
Students enrolling in ACC 207 and ACC 208 may have difficulty enrolling because:
1) You must enroll on-line for these courses
2) You must enter both courses into Bronco Direct at the same time
If enrolling in ACC 207/207A, you must enroll in both one section of ACC 207 and one section of ACC 207A (these two are co-requisites) or
If enrolling in ACC 208/208A, you must enroll in both one section of ACC 208 and one section of ACC 208A (these two are co-requisites).
When the pre-registration system tells you that you have not met the requisites, it does not mean “prerequisites”, it means co-requisites (in this case) and that means you have not tried to enroll in both courses at the same time.
Because ACC 207/207A and ACC 208/208A are each five-unit courses, students may encounter problems during pre-registration. University policy limits student to 16 units during pre-registration. If you are registering for four classes during pre-registration and one of those is ACC 207 or ACC 208, you may exceed the 16-unit maximum. This 16-unit maximum is lifted during late registration.