Courses Using Solid Footing

Introductory Financial Accounting Courses

Solid Footing is used in the first four weeks of an Introductory Financial Accounting course to introduce and help students master:

  • Accounting Terminology
  • The Accounting Equation
  • Debits and Credits
  • Analyzing, Journalizing, and Posting Transactions
  • Adjusting Entries
  • Preparing the: Balance Sheet
                            Income Statement
                            Statement of Stockholders' Equity
  • Closing Entries
  • The Steps in the Accounting Cycle
  • Basic Accounting for: a Merchandising Corp. and a Service Corp.
  • Preparing a Statement of Cash Flows

The following is a sample of the schools currently using Solid Footing in all sections of their undergraduate Introductory Financial Accounting course:

MBA Programs

In an MBA program, Solid Footing is typically used as a self-study, pre-read to help MBA students gain prerequisite competency in basic accounting concepts.

A few of the schools currently using Solid Footing in their MBA programs are:

  • University of Texas at Austin – Executive MBA program
  • University of Texas at Austin – Full-time MBA program
  • University of Illinois at Chicago – Evening MBA program
  • Pacific University – Evening MBA program

Training Programs

Solid Footing is used in various types of training programs to either refresh a students knowledge of basic accounting concepts and the accounting cycle or to develop a solid foundation in accounting basics prior to presenting higher level financial analysis topics.

A few of the programs currently using Solid Footing as part of their training are:

  • Deloitte – International Training Programs
  • Xavier University Leadership Center – Executive Training Program
  • Southern State Community College – Training in Office Accounting

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