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INTERMEDIATE FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING II Instructor: Glenys Sylvestre, CA
 

Summary: BUS 387
INTERMEDIATE FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING II
Fall 2011
Instructor: Glenys Sylvestre, CA
Office: ED 512.13
Phone 585-4964
Office Hours: Mondays/Wednesdays/Fridays 8:30 10:00AM or by appointment
Course Description:
The course continues and builds upon the study of financial accounting begun in BUS 385. It extends the
student's understanding of generally accepted accounting principles through an in-depth examination of
complex measurement issues. Pre-requisites are BUS 285, BUS 290 and BUS 385.
Learning Objectives:
To acquire an understanding of complex recognition, measurement and presentation/disclosure issues;
To apply current accounting practice to the recognition and measurement of economic events in the areas
of: investments, financial instruments, income taxes, employee future benefits, leases, earnings per share,
accounting changes, and inventories; and
To prepare financial statements that appropriately reflect complex economic phenomena in accordance
with Canadian Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
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Textbook:

  

Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina

 

Collections: Mathematics