ACCT 1010 - Financial Accounting
Academic Division: Business, Industry and Technology
Academic Discipline: Accounting
Assistant Dean: Vincent Palombo PhD
This is an introductory course of study in financial accounting and financial reporting for business entities. (TAG# OBU010) UG OBU001
4 Lecture Hour(s);
Student Learning Outcomes for Course
1. Explain the broad role that accounting information plays in the economy.
2. Explain basic financial statements-their nature, purposes and use by business decision makers.
3. Use the language of accounting and apply the important concepts on which financial reporting is based.
4. Summarize general business concepts and processes.
5. Analyze the impact of basic business transactions on the financial statements of a business corporation.
6. Prepare basic financial statements for a simple corporate business entity.
7. Evaluate the financial performance of a simple corporation on the basis of its financial statements.
- Accounting and the Business Environment – Week 1
- Recording Business Transactions – Weeks 2 & 3
- The Adjusting Process - Week 4
- Completing the Accounting Cycle – Week 5
- Merchandising Operations – Week 6
- Merchandise Inventory – Week 7
- Internal Control and Cash – Week 8
- Receivables – Week 9
- Plant Assets and Intangibles – Week 10
- Current Liabilities and Payroll – Week 11
- Long-Term Liabilities, Bonds Payable, and Classification of Liabilities on the Balance Sheet- Week 12
- Corporations: Paid-In Capital and the Balance Sheet – Week 13
- Corporations: Effects on Retained Earnings & the Income Statement – Week 14
- The Statement of Cash Flows – Week 15
- Financial Statement Analysis – Weeks 15 and 16
- Practice of course topics in class
- Daily homework
- Practice problems using computer program
- Presentation of financial statements
Standard Grading Scale
90 - 92 A-
87- 89 B+
83 - 86 B
80 -82 B-
77- 79 C+
73 - 76 C
70 -72 C-
67- 69 D+
63 - 66 D
60 -62 D-
00- 59 F
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Textbook(s): Horngren’s Financial and Managerial Accounting, The Financial Chapters with MyLabAccounting , Authors: Miller-Nobles, Mattison, Copyright Year: 2021, Edition: 7th, ISBN #: 9780136715221 Workbook(s) and/or Lab Manual: None
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