BACTNG2 Syllabus

University of Baguio
School of Business Administration and Accountancy
University of Baguio Vision: In pursuit of perfection, the University of Baguio is committed to
provide balanced quality education by nurturing academic excellence, relevant social skills and
ethical values in a fun-learning environment.
University of Baguio Mission: The University of Baguio educates individuals to be empowered
professionals in a global community.
School of Business Administration and Accountancy Mission: The School of Business
Administration and Accountancy edifies competitive and morally upright individuals.
School of Business Administration and Accountancy Objectives: The School of Business
Administration and Accountancy, in an exuberant learning climate, aims to nurture a business
graduate who:
1. cultivates the knowledge, skills and entrepreneurial spirit that are imperative for career
success in a globalized setting;
2. utilizes macro-environmental acumen for economic growth and development;
3. typifies professional integrity with humility; and
4. undertakes researches to promote systematic bases for business decisions.
BACTNG2 (6 units)
Fundamentals of Accounting Part 2 (Partnership and Corporation Accounting)
Course Description
This is a continuation of the first course in accounting. It deals with transactions, financial
statements, and problems peculiar to the operations of partnerships and corporations as
distinguished from sole proprietorships. Topics include: basic concepts of partnership; partnership
formation and operations including accounting for the admission of partners, changes in capital, and
profit/loss sharing ratios; partnership dissolution and liquidation; the conversion of an
unincorporated enterprise into a corporation; accounting for incorporated enterprises, including
corporate organizations, paid-in capital, accumulated earnings/loss, dividends and treasury shares.
It will also cover the preparation of financial statements for internal and external purposes,
accounting information systems manual and computerized special journals; understanding the
different financial statements; and analysis of accounting information and decision making.
For Accountancy students: BACTNG1, ENGLIS1, PHILOS1, MATHEM1. The grade
requirement for BACTNG1 is 85 and 80 for the other prerequisites.
For BSBA students: ENGLIS2, MATHEM1, and PHILOS1.
Course Coverage
Learning Contents/ Topics
Course Syllabus
Seat Plan
Leveling of Expectations
1. Partnership- Basic Concepts and Considerations
a. Overview
b. Definition
c. Characteristics
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Partnerships distinguished from corporations
Advantages and disadvantages from sole proprietorships and corporations
Kinds of Partnerships
Kinds of Partners
Articles of Partnership
Other legal concerns in partnership
2. Accounting for Partnership Formation
a. Capital and Drawing accounts of partners
b. Partnership Formation Scenarios and their Accounting Treatment
i. Individuals with no existing business form a partnership
ii. A sole proprietor and an individual form a partnership
iii. Two or more sole proprietors form a partnership
iv. Partnership formation using bonus method
3. Partnership Operations
a. Profit and loss ratio
b. Divisions of profits and losses
i. Equally
ii. Based on contributions
iii. By allowing salaries, interest on capital, and bonus to partners
c. Special profit allocations methods
d. Preparation of the Statement of Changes in Equity
4. Partnership Dissolution
a. Definition
b. Causes
c. Accounting for the admission of new partner in an existing partnership
i. Through purchase
ii. Through investment
d. Withdrawal or retirement of a partner
e. Death or incapacity of a partner
5. Partnership Liquidation
a. Definition
b. Causes
c. Rules and accounting for the settling of accounts after dissolution
i. Under lump sum liquidation
ii. Under installment liquidation
6. Corporation- Basic Concepts and Consideration
a. Overview
b. Definition
c. Characteristics
d. Advantages and disadvantages from sole proprietorships and partnerships
e. Classes or classifications
f. Organizing a corporation
i. Articles of incorporation
ii. By-laws
iii. Rights of shareholders
g. Components of a corporation
h. Minimum subscription and paid-in capital
i. Corporate organizational structure
j. Corporate books and records
7. Share Capital
a. Legal capital
b. Share premium
c. Types of shares
i. Ordinary
ii. Preference
d. Accounting for issuance of share capital
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i. Under memorandum entry method
ii. Under journal entry method
e. Share subscription
f. Subscription results
g. Accounting for treasury shares
h. Incorporation of sole proprietorships and/or partnerships
i. Donated capital
8. Retained Earnings
a. Introduction
b. Definition of dividends
c. Important dates in dividend transactions
d. Kinds of dividends
e. Accounting for dividends
i. With only one type of shares
ii. With two or more types of shares
f. Book value per share
g. Share splits
i. Share split
ii. Reverse share split
h. Retained earnings appropriations
i. Prior period errors
j. Statement of Retained Earnings
k. Statement of Changes in Shareholders’ Equity
l. Earnings per share
9. Share Capital Transactions Subsequent to Original Issuance
a. Retirement
b. Conversion of preference shares to ordinary shares
c. Recapitalization
Grading System
Cut-off grade is 70%. The highest possible grade is ninety nine (99); the lowest passing
grade is seventy five (75); and the lowest failing grade is 65. However, a grade of 70 will be
reflected in the final grade for all failing grades. For Accountancy students, the cut-off grade is 85.
Minimum raw score is four hundred (400) points for very grading period.
The distribution of total raw score will be as follows:
 First Grading
Class Standing= 70%; Exam= 30%
 Midterms
Class Standing= 60%; Exam= 40%
o [(Tentative Midterm Grade x 2) + First Grading Grade]/3 = Midterm Grade
 Finals
Class Standing= 50%; Exam= 50%
o [(Tentative Final Grade x 2) + Midterm Grade]/3 = Final Grade
Valencia, Edwin; Roxas, Gregorio; and Asuncion, Darrell Joe (2010). Partnership and Corporation
Accounting. Baguio City: Valencia Educational Supply.
Ballada, Win Lu and Ballada, Susan (2010). Partnership and Corporation Accounting. Manila:
Dome Dane Publishers and Made Easy Bookstore.
Robles, Nenita and Empleo, Patricia (2010). Intermediate Accounting Part 3. Mutual Books Inc.
Baysa, Gloria and Lupisan, Ma. Concepcion (2008). Advanced Accounting Part 1. Mandaluyong
City: Millenium Books, Inc.
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