The foundation of this course will focus on the importance of cultural competency and evidence based treatment for the professional substance abuse counselor. The application of evidence based practice for individuals presenting with co-occuring disorders will be emphasized. Prerequisite: 205.
This course examines the accounting principles related to business combinations and consolidations. Topics include consolidations at the date of acquisition, consolidations after the date of acquisition, accounting for differences between cost and book value, intercompany sales of inventory, property and equipment, changes in ownership interest, indirect ownership and reciprocal stockholdings, and reporting for segments. International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) will be integrated into this course. Prerequisite: 211.