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Unformatted text preview: PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II ACCOUNTING 2292 SPRING, 2011 SECTION TDWA * THE FINAL EXAM IN THIS COURSE WILL COVER PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I (2291) AS WELL AS PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II (2292) THIS WILL BE THE CASE REGARDLESS OF WHO YOUR TEACHER IS, REGARDLESS OF WHICH CAMPUS YOU TAKE THE COURSE ON, OR EVEN IF YOU TAKE THE COURSE ONLINE.* *THE LAST DAY TO DROP THIS COURSE IS APRIL 27 TH . UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL YOU BE ALLOWED TO DROP THIS COURE AFTER THAT DATE. THIS IS A COLLEGE OF BUSINESS POLICY.* Instructor: Lee Daniel Office Hours: 2:00 until 4:00 MWF; 8:30 until 10:30 TU & TH and by appointment Office Location: 115 B McCartha Office Telephone 334-670-3158 334-670-3136 Secretary 334-670-3592 FAX Email firstname.lastname@example.org Time of class 10:00 until 10:50 MWF Class Location: McCartha 118 Prerequisites : Accounting 2291 (Must have made at least a grade of C) Course Description Modern financial and managerial accounting theory and practices applied to an organizations liabilities, cash flows, planning, budgeting and control. Objectives This is the second course in a series which discusses introduction to the use, preparation, and interpretation of accounting information found in financial and operating statements. The purpose is to establish an understating of how accounting relates to and reports on business activities from a financial and managerial accounting perspective. After successfully completing the course, students should be able to: 1. Account for equity transactions 2. Analyze and evaluate the income statement, balance sheet, and statement of cash flow 3. Record, analyze, and evaluate bonds. 4. Analyze cost behavior and cost-volume-profit relationships. 5. Record, analyze, and evaluate job order and process costing systems 6. Prepare static and flexible budgeting systems. 7. Analyze performance evaluations using variances from standard cost. Purpose To enhance understanding of how basic financial transactions are recorded and analyzed and how accounting information is used in planning and control. Core requirement for all undergraduate business programs. Text: Accounting by Warren, Reeve and Duchac 23 rd edition Published by Southwestern Other Material: No other material is required. ADDITIONAL SERVICES AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT Troy University supports Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, which insure that postsecondary students with disabilities have equal access to all academic programs, physical access to all buildings, facilities and events, and are not discriminated against on the basis of disability. Eligible students, with appropriate documentation, will be provided equal opportunity to...
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This note was uploaded on 07/19/2011 for the course ACCT 2291 taught by Professor Turpin during the Spring '11 term at Troy.
- Spring '11