BAO2202 - Financial Accounting
|1.||Analyse and prepare accounting transactions for companies in order to produce external financial reports required under regulatory and conceptual frameworks;|
|2.||Deliberate on the implications of the information contained in the financial reports and communicate these to the relevant parties;|
|3.||Demonstrate initiative, professional judgement and the technical skills required to record and report transactions suitable for specified purposes and audiences;|
|4.||Critically evaluate and apply the accounting concepts and theories underlying corporate reporting in their relevance to addressing complex and emerging problems in corporate accounting; and|
Students studying under the VU Block Model.
|Case Study||Group Case Study||30%|
|Test||Multiple choice, short theory and practical questions||20%|
|Examination||Multiple choice, short theory and practical questions||60%|
Financial Reporting (3rd ed.).
Loftus, J., et al. (2020).
Melbourne: John Wiley and Sons.
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