In this course, students are introduced to the basic concepts and methods of corporate financial statements commonly used by investors and other interested external parties. Topics include University of Phoenix tools, basic accounting concepts, financial statements, inventory and fixed assets, present value of bonds and stockholders’ equity, statement of cash flows, and error correction and accounting changes.
Describe the effects of accounting changes on financial statements.
Describe the effects of accounting errors on financial statements.
Statement of Cash Flows
Prepare a statement of cash flows.
Present Value of Bonds and Stockholders' Equity
Determine the components of a statement of stockholder equity.
Determine the effect of the time value of money on bond valuation.
Inventory and Fixed Assets
Apply fixed asset valuation principles for given financial data.
Apply inventory costing principles for given financial data.
Calculate the components of financial statements.
Interpret financial statements.
University of Phoenix Tools and Basic Concepts of Accounting
Differentiate among various business structures.
Compare and contrast accrual and cash bases of accounting.
Describe the qualities of accounting information.
Identify the hierarchy of sources for generally accepted accounting principles.
Use the tools available to University of Phoenix graduate students.
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