FMGT 2105 - Accounting 2 for Financial Management
Part-time Studies Course
FMGT 1105. Topics include temporary investments; receivables, capital assets; liabilities; partnerships; corporations; bonds; statements of changes in financial position; financial statement analysis; manufacturing accounting; departmental accounting; cost-volume-profit analysis. Note: Fulltime Financial Management students who receive less than 65% in this course will need to complete FMGT 2100 with a grade of 70 or better before entering Level 3. Prerequisite(s)
FMGT 1105 or 70% in FMGT 1100 Credits
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Upon successful completion, the student will be able to:
Understand and apply generally accepted accounting principles.
Prepare entries to account for credit sales, including alternative methods of accounting for bad debts.
Prepare entries to record transactions involving notes receivable including the calculation of interest and the discounting of notes.
Calculate and record amortization on various types of fixed assets using alternative generally accepted accounting practices.
Record the entries for the purchase, sale and trade-in of fixed assets.
Prepare entries to record transactions involving notes payable including the calculation of interest and discount.
Record the entries required for the various transactions involving long-term liabilities (notes and bonds payable) including the calculation of present value.
Describe and differentiate the advantages and disadvantages of a corporation, a partnership and a sole proprietorship.
Record the entries required for the shareholders’ equity of a corporation including share issues, retained earnings, dividends and stock splits.
Recognize proper presentation in the shareholders’ equity section of a balance sheet for extraordinary items, prior period adjustments and accounting changes.
Prepare entries for investment transactions and complete a consolidated worksheet.
Prepare entries for a partnership including allocation of earnings, admission or retirement of a partner and liquidation of the partnership.
Prepare and interpret a statement of cash flows.
Analyze financial statements.
Effective as of Fall 2018
FMGT 2105 is offered as a part of the following programs:
School of Business
Accounting Full-time Diploma
Finance Full-time Diploma
Financial Planning Full-time Diploma
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