384255: Principles of Financial Accounting II (Online)
- Winter 2022
- Section 1
- 4 Credits
- 02/14/2022 to 03/20/2022
- Modified 02/08/2022
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.
Introduction to the principles of accounting - Part 2, covering Chapters 14 through 27 of Wegandt, Kimmel and Mitchell's Accounting Principles. Students are required to complete all assignments and examinations on time.
Upon completion of the course, students will have basic understanding of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) for long-term liabilities, investments, job costing; How to prepare cash flow statement and financial analysis, and budgetary planning.
Instructor is going to explain concepts in layman terms and use real life examples to apply the accounting theories, so that it is easier for students to understand.
Students who complete the course will:
- Use the language of accounting.
- Process and summarize business events through all steps of the accounting cycle.
- Apply GAAP to selected areas of the balance sheet and income statement.
- Prepare and interpret financial statements.
When you purchase the textbook, please make sure it comes with WileyPLUS.
- Author: Jerry J. Weygandt, Paul D. Kimmel, Jill E. Mitchell
- Publisher: Wiley
- Edition: 14th
- ISBN: 978-1-119-70708-0
WileyPLUS and textbook. (We will cover Chapters 14-27 in this course.)
Here is a link to the Wiley website to purchase the textbook:
Accounting Principles, 14th Edition (https://www.wiley.com/en-us/Accounting+Principles%2C+14th+Edition-p-9781119707080)
|Homework Problems||700 points||14 homework assignments at 50 points each|
|Midterm and Final Examination||300 points||150 points for each of two examinations|
Points Breakdown for Final Grades:
A = 90-100% 900-1000 points
B = 80-89% 800-899 points
C = 70-79% 700-799 points
D = 60-69% 600-699 points
F = 0-59% 0-599 points
P (Pass) 70-100%
NP (No Pass) 0-69%
Please note that ALL COURSE GRADES ARE FINAL.
This is an ACCELERATED course to be completed in FIVE weeks.
Each week in this course runs from 12:00am Monday morning to 11:59pm Sunday night. Early completion on all assignments and exams is acceptable.
It is estimated that student will spend 10-15 hours per week reading, completing assignments, and studying for exams. Depending on the extent of your academic preparation and recent college level coursework in each topic, the amount of study time needed may vary considerably.
Please email me if you have any questions. I will try to respond to all emails within 24 hours.
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About Your Online Course Materials
Please note the following about online course components at UCLA Extension:
- Students must have basic computer skills, including the use of word processing software, email, and the ability to use internet browsers, such as Safari, Firefox, or Chrome.
- Students are responsible for meeting the technical requirements of Canvas and familiarizing themselves with the Canvas Learning Management System.
- Students are responsible for keeping a copy of all assignments and work submitted, and to be aware of all assignments, due dates, and course guidelines.
- Students are encouraged to keep and/or download a local copy of their assignment files, as access to the online environment of a specific course is limited to 30 days after the final course date, as listed in the course catalog.
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All assignments are due by 11:59pm, Pacific Time, on the day due.
You are welcome to work ahead anytime on completing the assignments in this course.
No late assignments / exams will be accepted.
|Week 1 - February 14 - 20, 2022||14,15,16||1. Watch lecture videos.
2. Complete homework assignments in WileyPlus by February 20, 2022:
3. Study for midterm examination (Ch. 14-21).
|Week 2 - February 21 - 27, 2022||17,18,19||1. Watch lecture videos.
2. Complete homework assignments in WileyPlus by February 27, 2022:
3. Study for midterm examination (Ch. 14-21).
|Week 3 - February 28 - March 6, 2022||20,21||
1. Watch lecture videos.
Midterm examination will be available between February 14 and March 6, 2022. You have up to three hours to complete the examination once you start the examination.
|Week 4 - March 7 - 13, 2022||22,23,24||1. Watch lecture videos.
2. Complete homework assignments in WileyPlus by March 13, 2022:
3. Study for final examination (Ch. 22-27).
|Week 5 - March 14 - 20, 2022||25,26,27||
1. Watch lecture videos.
Final exam will be available between March 7 and March 20, 2022. You have up to three hours to complete the examination once you start the examination.