Lectures and/or on-line
The following technical skills will be included in comprehensive business applications where students will be required to applying the ACAF Method where applicable and effectively communicate the findings:
- Revenue and relevant cost analysis, as well as look at control weaknesses in an accounting system.
- Adjusting journal entries, cost-volume-profit analysis, tax reporting and remittances
- Financial statement and ratio analysis, ethics, analysis of systems requirements, uncertainty and capital budgeting.
- Knowledge of responsibility centres, financial statement analysis and pro forma statements, as well as accounting information systems implementation.
- Technical topics such as due diligence, audit planning and audit evidence.
- Skills relating to audit, financial statement preparation, revenue recognition, accounting for leases, corporate income tax issues, and potential synergies in the situation.
- Technical skills in financial statement preparation, revenue recognition, accounting for leases, business combinations, consolidated financial statements and the calculation of corporate income tax.
At the end of this course, the successful student, through individual and team work, should be able to:
- Apply technical competencies gathered in financial accounting, management accounting, finance, ethics, communication, taxation, audit and information systems issues to problem solving scenarios
- Use the ACAF Method to analyze and evaluate real-world situations
- Identify relevant stakeholders and provide useful financial information as needed.
- Demonstrate good teamwork and communication skills
|Individual and group assignments and presentation (s)||30%|
Students must write both mid-term and final exam to pass the course
Resources to be determined by instructor and appoved by CPA (ACAF) or Accounting Department.