BAO2000 - Accounting Information Systems
Does not apply to students completing; BBCA Bachelor of Commerce, BBLC Bachelor of Commerce (Applied Finance)/Bachelor of Laws, LHLC Bachelor of Laws (Honours)/Bachelor of Commerce (Applied Finance)
|1.||Analyse the conceptual framework underlying financial accounting and conceptualise its theoretical foundation;|
|2.||Analyse and prescribe accounting treatment for complex business transactions along with reporting requirements using related accounting standards;|
|3.||Synthesise accounting concepts to resolve accounting issues using high level judgement;|
|4.||Compose financial statements using current accounting standards; and|
|5.||Working collaboratively, evaluate and present supplementary information and professional requirements for disclosing this information in the notes attached to financial statements.|
Students studying under the VU Block Model.
|Test||Online Quizzes- 3 Progressive Assessments (6%, 7%, 7%)||20%|
|Test||Class Tests - 3 Progressive Assessments (15%,15%, 20%)||50%|
|Test||Class Test 1 - Multiple Choice (6%) Practical and Theory Questions (4%)||10%|
|Test||Class Test 2 - Multiple Choice (14%) Practical and Theory Questions (6%)||20%|
Financial Reporting, 2nd ed,
Loftus, J., Leo, K., Boys, N., Daniliuc, S., Luke, B., Ang, Hong N., Byrnes, K., (2017),
John Wiley & Sons Australia, Ltd.
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