About this title Description This title is intended for students in the intermediate accounting course, but can also be used as a reference for practicing professionals. Think like an accountant -- from the first day of class, throughout your career.
Demonstrate understanding of concepts underlying the accounting for equity, cash flows and other special accounting topics covered in the class Analyze accounting problems and apply appropriate accounting procedures for equity, cash flows and other special accounting topics covered in the class Use Codification to research accounting issues Communicate accounting information clearly, concisely and accurately Identify significant differences between U.
Exam 3 will be taken during the last scheduled class meeting.
Exams combine objective questions e. Exams are not comprehensive. Links to the quizzes are in Blackboard. Quizzes must be completed by Any student not present at the beginning of the assignment will be ineligible to submit an assignment for grading.
Generally, all assignments are to be prepared on the computer and presented in a format that would be acceptable in a business environment. Access to computers is available at ACC. Assignments will be graded on the basis of quality of content, form and presentation.
Any student unable to attend class on the day an assignment is due must submit the assignment through the Digital Drop Box in Blackboard by the start of class on the due date.
Homework that is copied from another student, a solutions manual or any other source will receive no credit. Text assignments may be done on the computer or by hand—if done by hand, your work must be in pencil, legible, neat and organized such that I can follow your work.
Codification assignments —focus on vocabulary and basic concepts useful in understanding recognition and measurement issues covered in this class. Codification assignments must be done on a computer, printed and turned in on the assigned due date.
Class 1 - Chapter Appendix A Derivatives Class 2 - Chapter Accounting is a challenging subject and online courses require different skills and learning styles from conventional courses.
Students in an online class are responsible for scheduling their own "class time.". The course covers financial accounting, dealing with such topics as the accounting cycle, revenue and expense recognition, internal control, external reporting requirements, cash flow, financial statement analysis, GAAP, IFRS and asset, liability, and stockholder’s equity valuation.
Description of course Intermediate Accounting I: The theory of accounting is studied as it relates to the external financial reporting requirements of profit-oriented businesses. Major subjects include review of the basic financial statements, valuation of most assets, and revenue recognition.
Lec: 3 Lab: 0 Credit:3 This course covers the study of fundamental principles and policies of a modern economy including markets and prices, national income accounting, cycles, employment theory and fiscal policy, banking and monetary controls, and the government’s role in .
Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: ACCT or BMGT Intermediate Accounting II (3 Credits, ACCT ) (A continuation of ACCT Students should be cautious about enrolling in ACCT or ACCT These are professional courses requiring intensive study and analysis and are not to be undertaken casually.
Course Description: Intermediate Accounting II. This is a course in financial accounting (reporting). The role of financial accounting is to communicate information that supports business decision-making.
Without understanding how decision makers use accounting information, it is difficult to fully understand financial accounting issues or.