ACC611M Financial Accounting II
Lead Faculty: Dr. Joyce Ellis
The second course of a comprehensive three-course sequence covering a substantial portion of U.S. financial reporting principles known as GAAP, accounting for tangible assets, natural resources and intangible assets, current and long-term liabilities, leases, and shareholder equity.
- Apply generally accepted accounting principles for plant assets, natural resources and intangible assets covering their acquisition, subsequent transactions, disposal, impairments, and financial statement presentation.
- Measure depreciation, depletion and amortization under various acceptable methods and provide the rationale on the incentives for choosing among them.
- Differentiate current from long-term liabilities, contingent from estimated liabilities, and apply the appropriate accounting treatment to these liabilities. Measure the value of long term liabilities, including bonds, and properly account for the initial issue, interest payments and accruals, amortization of premium/discount, extinguishment, and financial statement presentation.
- Differentiate between capital and operating leases and apply appropriate accounting and reporting for each type of lease.
- Apply proper accounting treatment for the issuance of various forms of capital stock, purchase and sale of treasury stock, and retirement of callable and redeemable stock, including journal entries and financial statement presentation.
- Account for dividends, (cash, property, stock, liquidating, scrip), stock splits, and explain the concepts supporting each item.