Financial Statement Analysis I

Course Code
ACC 711
Hours
2.25 hours
Type
Elective
Offered
  • Fall 21 (B)
  • Fall 22 (B)
  • Winter 21 (A)
Prerequisites
(Ross Graduate Standing) and (No credit in ACC 712)

Financial Statement Analysis I --- This course provides a systematic framework for using financial statements in business analyses. It considers a comprehensive set of tools to analyze the information contained in financial statements and demonstrates how to use the information to evaluate financial performance. It addresses questions such as: (1) how do operating and financial decisions contribute to a firm's return, (2) why does firm performance differ between competitors, (3) has the firm distorted the accounting numbers and how will this influence reported performance, and (4) how does the financial performance today predict future events, such as credit default.

Taught By
Gwen Yu
  • Arthur Andersen Professor of Accounting
  • Professor of Accounting
Gwen Yu is the Arthur Andersen Associate Professor at the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan. Prior to joining Ross, she was an...