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METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE

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METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE

    METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE

    COURSE OUTLINE FORM

COURSE TITLE _________________FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS___________

COURSE PREFIX AND NO.__FINA 2240 LEC__3__ LAB __0__ CREDIT HOURS__3.0__

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

    This course presents the characteristics of financial statements and procedures for analysis. It covers goals, methods and tools of analysis; analysis of profit and loss, accounts receivables, inventories and balance sheets; relationship of balance sheet accounts to sales; and projected statements of cash budgets.

COURSE PREREQUISITES:

    ACCT 1110

RATIONALE:

    This course is a broad overview of financial statement analysis. This course replaces BAF 225, which is no longer being offered. It is a required course in the Credit Management and Financial Services concentrations, and may be used in place of BAF 225 by students seeking to complete the former Banking and Finance concentration. It will help students in all of these areas use financial statements and the related analytical methods to make sound credit and investment decisions. It will also enable students too identify areas of concern in the financial activities of a business enterprise.

REQUIRED TEXTBOOKS and/or MATERIALS:

     Title: Financial Reporting & Analysis

     Edition: 9th

     Author: Charles H. Gibson

     Publisher: Southwestern

     Materials:

Attached course outline written by: Date:

    Reviewed/Revised by: Lori Lothringer Date: 10/02

    Effective quarter of course outline: 05/FA

    Dean Date:

     M. Jane Franklin

Course Objectives, Topical Unit Outlines, and Unit Objectives must be attached to this form.

DISCLAIMER

    Your instructor in this class will be a teacher and facilitator. Your instructor will help you gain knowledge in you quest to become an informed and possibly skilled investor. However your instructor WILL NOT act as a financial or investment counselor or advisor. While numerous investment techniques and philosophies will be discussed and analyzed in the course, your instructor will not make specific investment suggestions or offer investment advice to students. Nothing your instructor may say or do should be interpreted as making an investment recommendation. Neither your instructor nor the College are or will be responsible for nay investment decisions you may make during or after the completion of your attendance in the course. You assume any and all risks regarding any investment decisions you may make.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

The student will:

    1. Describe traditional assumptions underlying financial statements.

    2. Prepare blance sheets, income statements, and statements of cash flow.

    3. Prepare and use financial rations to evaluate liquidity.

    4. Prepare and use financial ratios to evaluate profitability.

    5. Analyze and project cash flows.

    6. Identify the uses of financial analysis in the commercial loan function and the

    investment function.

    7. Apply financial analysis techniques in the financial services industry, other

    specialized industries, and for individuals.

TOPICAL UNIT OUTLINE

Upon completion of this course the student will be able to:

Unit 1: An Overview of Financial Statements.

    A. Define traditional assumptions of the accounting model.

    B. Identify and describe the elements of the financial statements

    C. Prepare balance sheets, income statements, and statements of cash

    flow.

Unit 2: Basic Analysis of Financial Statements.

    A. Create vertical and horizontal financial statements ratios and

    Common size statements.

    B. Make comparisons using: trend analysis, industry averages, and

    Comparisons with competitors.

Unit 3: Liquidity Analysis

    A. Identify current assets and current liabilities.

    B. Identify liquidity concepts and concerns from the point of view of

    the business and the creditors of the business.

    C. Prepare and describe the uses of financial ratios and statistics

    related to: accounts receivable and inventory.

    D. Identify and explain the effect of alternative inventory methods on

    liquidity analysis.

    E. Prepare and describe the ratios related to working capital and the

    operating cycle.

    Unit 4: Analysis of Profitability

    A. Calculate and describe net profit margin, operating income margin,

    Gross profit margin, return on investment, return on equity, and

    asset turnover.

    B. Use the Du Pont method to explain profitability and rate of return. C. Identify profitability by segements and prfitability trends. D. Identify and describe the effects of inflation on financial statements

    and financial statement analysis.

    E. Identify, describe, and compute the effects of financial leverage on

    earnings.

    F. Describe and compute basic earnings per share information. G. Identify, describe, and comute the price earnings ratio and the

    dividend yield.

    Unit 5: Analysis of Cash Flows

    A. Prepare a cash flow statement using the cash format.

    B. Calculate cash flow per share, operating cash flows compared to

    current maturities of long-term debt, and operating cash flows

    compared to total debt.

    Unit 6: Using Financial Analysis

    A. Identify commercial loan department uses of financial ratios. B. Identify financial ratios appearing most frequently in loan

    agreements.

    C. Identify key financial ratios included as corporate objectives. D. Identify financial ratios fequently found in annual reports and their

    significance for the investor.

    E. Use financial analysis to forecast financial failure.

    Unit 7: Specialized Applications of Financial Analysis.

    A. Identify the unique characteristics of financial statements of

    Financial institutions.

    B. Identify and describe ratios and statistics used by financial

    Institutions.

    C. Identify the unique characteristics of financial statements in the

    Utilities, oil & gas industry, insurance industry, and the

    transportation industry.

    D. Identify and describe ratios and statistics used in the utilities

    Industry, oil & gas industry, insurance industry, and the

    transportation industry.

    E. Identify the unique characteristics of personal financial statements.

    COURSE OBJECTIVES/ASSESSMENT MEASURES

    COURSE OBJECTIVES ASSESSMENT MEASURES

1. Describe traditional assumptions Objective exam, short essay exam.

    underlying financial statements.

    2. Prepare balance sheets, income statements, Objective exam, short essay exam, objective and statements of cash flows. preparation of financial statements.

3. Prepare and use financial rations to Objective exam, short essay exam, problems.

    evaluate liquidity.

4. Prepare and use financial ratios to evaluate Objective exam, short essay, problems.

    profitability.

    5. Analyze and project cash flows. Objective exam, short essay exam, case

    analyses.

6. Identify the uses of financial analysis in the Objective exam, short essay exam.

    commercial loan function and the

    investment function.

    7. Apply financial analysis techniques in the Objective exam, short essay exam, problems, financial services industry, other specialized case analyses.

    industries, and for individuals.

    8. Objectives 1-7 OPTIONAL: Case analyses, homework

    assignment, oral and written reports, team

    projects.

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