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1 BUSI 1004 Financial Accounting for Business Students Fall 2010 --------------------------------------- Section ------------------------------------B C D E Instructor Ouafa Sakka Jacques Maurice Garth Sheriff Garth Sheriff Time M/W 13:05 14:25 T/R 8:35 9:55 T/R 10:05 11:25 M/W 13:05 14:25 SA 416 TB 210 TB 360 MC 5050 Day From To Location Instructor Office Telephone E-mail Office Hrs Ouafa Sakka...

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1004 Financial 1 BUSI Accounting for Business Students Fall 2010 --------------------------------------- Section ------------------------------------B C D E Instructor Ouafa Sakka Jacques Maurice Garth Sheriff Garth Sheriff Time M/W 13:05 14:25 T/R 8:35 9:55 T/R 10:05 11:25 M/W 13:05 14:25 SA 416 TB 210 TB 360 MC 5050 Day From To Location Instructor Office Telephone E-mail Office Hrs Ouafa Sakka DT 826 520-2600 x 3109 ouafa_sakka@ carleton.ca Wed 10:00 - 11:00 Thu 15:00 - 16:30 Jacques Maurice DT 923 520-2393 jmaurice@ sprott.carleton.ca Tue 10:00 - 11:00 Fri 11:30 - 13:00 Garth Sheriff DT 801 520-2600 x 2030 garth_sheriff@ carleton.ca Tue 13:00 - 14:30 Wed 10:00 - 11:30 Course description & objectives BUSI 1004 is the first accounting course in a two-course sequence (with BUSI 1005). This financial accounting course is an integrated introduction to accounting principles and practices. Accounting has often been called "the language of business". This course is designed to help you begin to understand and communicate in this language - something that is important for users of accounting information - not just preparers of it. The course should also help you gain an appreciation for the uses of accounting information and the limitations inherent in accounting information. Course Objectives Upon completion of this course, students will be expected to have: a) A general understanding of the role of the accounting profession in society. b) An understanding of the preparation of financial statements. c) An understanding (including the limitations) of accounting measurements and reporting. d) Skills to critically analyze and interpret accounting information for decision purposes. e) A solid foundation for additional study and careers in business. 2 Prerequisite This course is limited to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Commerce or the Bachelor of International Business. This course is a prerequisite to 1. BUSI 1005 (with a grade of D- or higher) 2. BUSI 2208 (with a grade of D- or higher) 3. BUSI 2005 (with a grade of C- or higher) 4. BUSI 2001 (with a grade of C or higher) Required Course Materials Textbook: A n Introduction to Financial Accounting Maurice, Renfroe, 2010 Available at Allegra Print and Imaging (Bank and Sunnyside)* - approx. $25 + HST Response Card: T urning Point Response Card (RCRF - 03) Available from Allegra Print and Imaging* - approx. $52 + HST (note that if you own an iPhone or BlackBerry, you can purchase access at about half the cost of the Response Card - $23 + HST for 12 months) * available any time after Aug 31 Financial Calculator: One of the following calculators: Texas Instruments BAII- Plus (including Pro model) Hewlett-Packard 10BII Business Calculator Staples Financial Calculator Grading Scheme Test 1 Test 2 Participation Tutorials Simply Accounting Assignment Final examination 15% 15% 10% 10% 5% 45% 100% There will be two t ests held from 16:00 - 17:30 on the following dates: Friday October 22 and Friday November 19. The only valid excuse for missing the tests is for medical reasons or death in the family and must be documented with a medical certificate. Any other reason (such as travel, etc) cannot be considered. In such circumstances there will be no make-up test. The grade weighting corresponding to the test that was missed will be added to the grade weighting of the final exam. 3 The tests will cover the following material Test 1: chapters 1-4 Test 2: chapters 5-9 The tests will be marked by the teaching assistants and the instructors together and follow a rigorous quality control process that reasonably assures that the grade awarded on exams is fair. However, no system is 100% error-free, so it is possible that you may wish to call into question a grade that has been awarded on a test. In this circumstance, please write a brief note describing the difficulty with the awarded grade and provide this note, together with the graded test or assignment, to your instructor no later than seven calendar days following the date the tests were handed back in class. Please be sure to include your name and student number on the note to enable us to properly identify it. Tests will be returned to you within a week of receipt. The participation grade will be calculated based on your answers to random multiple choice questions during class. In each class (starting the week of Sep 20), there will be about 2-3 multiple choice questions which you will answer using your Response Card (or ResponseWare on the iPhone/Blackberry). The best 90% of total possible responses will count towards your final grade, i.e. if there are a total of 60 multiple choice questions used during the term your answers to the best 54 of these questions will count towards final grade. Tutorial your times will be devoted to the individual completion of problem sets with the assistance of the teaching assistant. Your tutorial grade will be based on tutorial attendance. You can miss one tutorial without penalty. After that, every missed tutorial will cost you one mark. Simply Accounting Assignment we will be introducing you to accounting software called Simply Accounting. This assignment will be due during the week of November 29. Final Examination - this examination will be held in the regular examination period. The duration of the exam will be 3 hours. The final examination will cover the whole course. You need to obtain a minimum of 45% on the final exam to pass this course. All exams will test both the technical and conceptual aspects of the course. 4 How to do well in this course: COME TO CLASS, COME TO TUTORIALS, AND PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE To perform well in this course, you must spend time answering extra problems and checking the answers to test their understanding. To maximize your learning, you should make an honest attempt at the question before peeking at the solution. Simply reading a question and then turning to the solution right away is next to useless. You will find that there is likely to be a direct correlation between the number of problems you prepare, your attendance in class and your course grade. Additional Problems with Solutions with Podcast Debrief For every chapter in the textbook, you will have access to between 2-5 additional problems with detailed solutions. In addition, a podcast debriefing each problem set will be available for you to download in WebCT. Both the problem set with solutions and the Podcast (MP3 file) will be posted to WebCT. Deferred Examination To be eligible to write deferral in this course you must have obtained a grade of 7/10 or higher for the tutorial component of the course, have obtained a grade of 10/15 or higher in the participation component of the course, and score at least 40% in each of the two tests. Applications for a deferred final examination must be made with the University's Registrar's office. Class Etiquette 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Late arrival should be an exception. When necessary, sit on entering side; do not disturb the class. Early departure should be an exception also. Early preparation for departure - please don't. Talking - with everyone or with no one. Cell phones and other electronic devices....off. 5 FINAL THOUGHTS For many students, this course is a difficult one. Part of this difficulty stems from a challenging subject matter, but the biggest difficulty comes from failing to devote enough effort to working with the material. Like calculus and other courses where no two problems look alike, financial accounting requires that you practice working with itover and over and over. You are unlikely to learn by merely watching someone else "do accounting." These observations have a number of implications for you and us. First, you will have to spend many hours during, and after class working on the course. During class, you should ask questions whenever they arise and don't stop asking until you are satisfied that you understand our explanations. This class contains lots of new vocabulary and concepts, so don't be afraid to ask us for clarification or examples. After class, you should review both your class notes and the suggested solutions to the assigned problems to improve your understanding. It is absolutely essential that you keep up with the assigned reading and endof-chapter problems. In exchange for your hard work, you can expect the same from us. For example, expect us to come to class with an organized outline of the day's topics. Expect us to enthusiastically answer any and all of your questions, either in-person during class and office hours, or via email and WebCT postings. Expect us to provide timely feedback on how well you are understanding the material. 6 Topical Coverage The following schedule is a tentative outlook of how the semester might look like: Week # Week of Topic 1 Sep 13 Introduction to Financial Accounting and Financial Statement: the Statement of Financial Position and the Income Statement (ch 1) 2 Sep 20 The Accounting Cycle (ch 2) 3 Sep 27 Adjusting Journal Entries (ch 3) 4 Oct 4 Adjusting Journal Entries - cont'd (ch 3) 5 Oct 11 Revenue Recognition and Merchandising Operations (ch 4) 6 Oct 18 Inventory (ch 5) 7 Oct 25 Cash and Accounts Receivable (ch 6 and 7) 8 Nov 1 Property, Plant and Equipment and Intangibles (ch 8) 9 Nov 8 Liabilities (ch 9) 10 Nov 15 Shareholders' Equity (ch 10) 11 Nov 22 The Statement of Cash Flow (ch 11) 12 Nov 29 Financial Statement Analysis (ch 12) The Conceptual Framework (ch 13)

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