Advanced AccountingBack to Course Guide
The Advanced Accounting course assists students in examining accounting theory and advanced accounting topics. Students will review generally accepted accounting principles for business combinations, consolidated financial statements, partnership accounting, and advanced financial statement presentation.
UPON COMPLETION OF THE COURSE, THE STUDENT WILL BE COMPETENT IN:
- Identifying legal and financial factors for a business combination.
- Accounting for a purchase acquisition.
- Preparing consolidated financial statements.
- Preparing eliminating entries for intercompany transaction.
- Accounting for corporate investments utilizing the applicable method.
- Presenting appropriate disclosures to present GAAP based financial statement.
- Identifying reportable segments and prepare appropriate disclosures.
- Accounting for foreign currency transactions.
- Accounting for the formation of a partnership.
- Accounting for ownership changes for a partnership.
- Accounting for the liquidation of a partnership.
- Comparing International Financial Reporting Standards and US GAAP
- Accounting for estate and trusts.
- Resolving the accounting issues created from debt restructuring, corporate reorganizations, and liquidations.