AC2260 - Financial Accounting II

This course introduces the student to the principles and procedures needed to account for long-term assets (including capital assets, intangible assets, and investments), liabilities, and equities, and to the concepts of financial reporting and decision making for both partnerships and corporations. In this course the student will explore property, plant, equipment &intangibles; current and long-term liabilities; partnership accounting; corporate organization, transactions and reporting; bonds as liabilities and investments; equity investments; statement of cash flows; and analyzing financial statements. This course emphasizes the national accounting standards (private enterprise GAAP).


Prerequisite(s): AC1260



This course is offered in the following programs:
Business Administration
Business Administration (Accounting)
Business Administration (General)
Business Administration (Human Resource Management)
Business Administration (Marketing)
Business Management (Accounting)
Business Management (Human Resource Management)
Business Management (Marketing)