|BBA – II (Hons.)|
|Course Title:FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
Course Number :BA (H) – 332
Credit Hours : 03
The objective of this course is to provide the students with a knowledge of accounting to enable them to; prepare financial statement for different types of business such as Nonprofit organizations and sole proprietorship, prepare financial statements of companies, compute and interpret working capital ratios and analyze various items of current assets and liabilities to highlight the current financial position of the companies and this course explain potential matters that should be considered while making a regulatory framework for published accounts.
- Introduction of Financial Accounting and Principles:
- Financial Statements – The Outputs of the System
- Inventory Accounting:
- Cash Flow Statement
- Interpreting Financial Statement Data
- Accounting For Receivables
- Current Liabilities and Accounting for Long Term Liabilities
- Corporate Organization and Capital Stock Transactions.
- Stockholders Equity Retained Earnings and Dividends
1.1 The Impact of International Accounting Standards as Applicable in
Pakistan for the Preparation of Financial Statements and Their Disclosure Requirement.
1.2 Forms of Business Enterprises such as Non-profit Organization, Sole
Proprietorship, Partnerships and Corporation.
2.1 Objectives of Financial Reporting
2.2 Qualitative Characteristics of Financial Information
2.3 The Uses and Limitations of Classified Balance Sheets
2.4 The Uses and Limitations of Classified Income Statements
2.5 The Retained Earnings Statement or Statements of Changes in
3.1 Nature and Classes of Inventories
3.2 Periodic and Perpetual Inventory Valuation as per International
Accounting Standard (IAS-2)
3.3 LIFO, FIFO Methods, Weighted Average Method, Moving Average
3.4 Inventory Valuation at Cost or NRV Whichever is Lower
4.1 Preparation of Cash Flow Statements According to the Requirement of
4.2 Classification of Cash Flow Statements as Operating Activities
4.3 Investing Activities and Financial Activities by Using Direct and Indirect
5.1 Users of Financial Statements and The Purposes of Financial Statement
5.2 The Techniques and Tools of Financial Analysis
5.3 Common Financial Ratios, Common Size Balance Sheet and Income
5.4 Limitations of Financial Statement Analysis
6.1 Accounting for Receivables Under Income Statement and Balance Sheet
6.2 Notes Receivable and Their Matters
7.1 Definition and Recognition of Liabilities
7.2 Types of Current Liabilities
7.3 Types of Long Term Liabilities
7.5 Accounting for Bonds by Borrowers
7.6 Accounting for Bonds by the Investor
7.7 Other Forms of Long Term Debt
7.8 Time Value of Money Concept
8.1 Characteristics of A Corporation
8.2 The Formation and Organization of a Corporation
8.3 Types of Capital Stock
8.4 The Components of Stockholders’ Equity
8.5 Accounting for the Issuance of Stock
8.6 Use of Stock Information
9.1 Corporate Income Statements
9.2 Earnings Per Share
9.4 Stock Splits Prior Period Adjustments, Appropriations, and Treasury Stock
9.5 Retirement of Capital Stock
9.6 Statement of Stockholder’s Equity
- Horngren, Harrison, Robinson, Financial Accounting, Prentice Hall, 3rd Edition, 1995.
- Weygandt, Kieso, Kimmel, Financial Accounting, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 2nd Edition, 1998.
- Meigs Robert F., Williams Jan R., Haka Susan F., Bettner Mark S., Accounting, McGraw Hill, 10th Edition, 1999.