382820: Principles of Financial Accounting II
- Fall 2021
- Section 1
- 4 Credits
- 09/20/2021 to 11/29/2021
- Modified 10/26/2021
The second in a two-course Principles of Financial Accounting sequence, this course covers corporations, analysis and interpretation of financial statements, and statements of cash flows, as well as examines accounting for operations of departments and manufacturing. Additional topics include cost accounting systems and variable costing; budgeting as an aid to planning and control; authorization and issuance of capital stock; as well as reporting the results of operations, bonds payable, income taxes, and business decisions. Transferable for UC credit.
Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to:
- Prepare and interpret balance sheets, income statements, and cash flow statements.
- Analyze, journalize, and account for all transactions related to the course topics.
- Determine break-even sales as part of an understanding of fixed and variable costs.
- Apply job order and process costing concepts.
- Use horizontal, vertical and ratio analysis to understand financial statement figures.
- Author: Weygandt, Kimmel, and Kieso
- Edition: 13th
There will be a maximum of 340 available points to be earned in class. Letter grades will be determined based on the percentage of points scored. Below is both the scoring grid for this class, and an average of grading from past classes, including Intermediate Accounting:
The 340 maximum points will be comprised of the following:
Graded Discussions (5 points each, 8 Discussions) 40 points
Midterm Exam--Covers Chapters 13 through 17 150 points
Final Exam--Covers Chapters 18 through 22 150 points
Total 340 points
All grades are final, and your final grade will be posted at http://www.uclaextension.edu.
Letter Grade: Score You Need: Percent of Previous Classes:
A 90% or better 34% of class
B 80% to 89% 39% of class
C 70% to 79% 22% of class
D and below below 70% 5% of class
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- Subject to Change
Pre-Class Assignments due before our 1st Zoom Meeting on September 20th:
- Skim through Chapters 13 & 14 (Corporations) in our textbook
- Introduce yourself in graded Discussions #1 (5 points) before the first Zoom meeting Discussion Topic "Getting to know each other"
- Watch the lecture video in Canvas "Corporations (Ch. 13 & 14 Overview)"
Assignments due before our Zoom Meeting on September 27th:
- View the 4 video lectures on Chapters 13 & 14
- Read Chapters 13 & 14 in our textbook
Our Zoom meeting will include the practice set Chewbacca Corporation to cover Chapters 13 and 14.
Assignments due before our Zoom Meeting on October 4th:
- Complete E13.3 & E13.8 (homework from your text, pages 13-26 and 13-27)
- Complete P13.3A (on page 13-30 of your text)
- Complete E14.9 & E14.14 and P14.2A (homework)
- Read Chapter 15 (Long-Term Liabilities)
- View the video lectures on Chapters 15
- Complete graded Discussions #2
The Zoom meeting will cover questions on the above homework, and the practice set Walter Y. Knott (Part One).
Assignments due before our Zoom Meeting on October 11th:
- Complete E15.5, E15.15 & P15.1A
- Read Chapter 16 (Investments)
- View the video lectures on Chapter 16
The Zoom meeting will cover questions on the above homework, and the practice set Walter Y. Knott (Part Two).
Assignments due before our Zoom Meeting on October 18th:
- Complete E16.10, E16.11 & P16.4A
- Read Chapter 17 (Cash Flow)
- View the video lectures on Chapter 17
- Complete graded Discussion #3
The Zoom meeting will cover questions on the above homework, and the practice set Rick's Rentals.
Assignments due before our Zoom Meeting on October 25th:
- Complete E17.5, E17.8 & E17.9
- Complete graded Discussions #4
The Zoom meeting will cover questions on the above homework, and a preview of the Midterm Exam (Chapters 13 through 17).
Assignments due before our Zoom Meeting on November 1st:
- Complete the Midterm Exam by Sunday, October 31st
- Read Chapters 18 (Financial Statement Analysis) and 19 (Managerial Accounting)
- View the video lectures on Chapters 18 and 19
The Zoom meeting will include the practice set Mark's Mini Manufacturing.
Assignments due before our Zoom Meeting on November 8th:
- Complete E18.5 & P18.2A
- Complete E19.3, E19.8 & E19.12
- Read Chapter 20 (Job Order Costing)
- View the video lectures on Chapter 20
- Complete graded Discussion #5
The Zoom meeting will cover questions on the above homework, and the practice set Candy's Cakes.
Assignments due before our Zoom Meeting on November 15th:
- Complete E20.2, E20.5 & P20.1A
- Read Chapter 21 (Process Costing)
- View the video lectures on Chapter 21
The Zoom meeting will cover questions on the above homework, and a practice set.
Assignments due before our Zoom Meeting on November 22nd:
- Complete Brief Exercise BE21.4
- Complete E21.2 & E21.3
- Read Chapter 22 (Cost-Volume Profit)
- View the video lectures on Chapter 22
- Complete Graded Discussion #6
The Zoom meeting will cover questions on the above homework, and the practice set Larry's Landscaping.
Assignments due before our Zoom Meeting on November 29th:
- Complete E22.10 & P22.3A
- Read Chapters 23-26 (optional)
- Complete Graded Discussions #7 & 8
The Zoom meeting will cover questions on the above homework, a lecture on Chapters 23-26, and a preview of the Final Exam.
Final Exam (Chapters 18 through 22) due by Saturday, December 4th