ACCT206C: Intermediate Accounting II

Credits 4 Lab/Practicum/Clinical Hours 0 Lecture Hours 4
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A study of accounting principles dealing with asset acquisition and retirements, long-term investments, current and contingent liabilities, debt securities and equity securities, capital structure of corporations, revenue recognition, and leases. 


Students are required to pass prerequisite courses with a grade of C or higher. Exceptions apply; please consult your department chair.
  • Understand the meaning of generally accepted accounting principles and identify the major policy setting bodies and their role in the standards setting process.
  • Possess the ability to develop and interpret all four financial statements with ease.
  • Understand accounting issues related to the recognition and valuation of accounts and notes receivable.
  • Demonstrate how to identify and account for investments classified for reporting purposes as held-to-maturity, trading securities, and available-for sale securities.
  • Identify and describe the operational, financial, and tax objectives that motivate leasing.
  • Understand accounting for income taxes, pensions, and other postretirement benefits, pensions, shareholders equity and statements of cash flows.