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San Francisco State University College of Business Intermediate Financial Accounting Accounting 301 Spring 2015 (MWF 11:10am-12:00pm BUS215, MWF 12:10pm-1:00pm BUS122) Instructor: Professor Scott I. Jerris Office: Science 309  Phone:  338-6713        Hours:  MWF 10:00am-11:00am, E-mail:   [email protected]                 W 15 :00pm-16 :00pm. Academic information:  Prerequisites: All students must have Accounting 100 with a grade of C or better (or course  equivalent), and  passage of the ACCT301 pretest (see below ). A professional  attitude including a strong work ethic is also required.  If you did not take ACCT100 at SFSU, you must prove to me that you passed that course with a  transcript or your DARS report no later than the second week of class. Due to the two attempts policy being enforced in the College of Business, only your  first two attempts of ACCT100 will count towards receiving a passing grade in that class. ACCT 301 Pre-Test Changes: Effective January 1, 2012: Students will be allowed only two attempts to pass the 301 pre-test (only your first two attempts will count). Any unsuccessful attempts prior to January 1, 2012 are not counted. A passing score on the pre-test is 21. If you received a score of 19 or 20 on the pretest, you must bring to my office hours during the first or second day of classes: (1) a one page essay explaining why I should allow you to continue to be registered in the class, (2) your transcript of all college classes taken, and (3) be ready for an immediate oral exam based on Principles of Accounting. Decisions whether you can stay in the class with a 19 or 20 will be made on a case by case basis depending upon the above (you can always try to add another section). Students with pretest scores below 19 will NOT be allowed in the course unless there are extenuating circumstances. Students are free to try to add another section if they are unable to register or are not qualified in my section (pretest scores below passing of 21). Exception: If you received an email from the accounting department that you have officially been admitted to the accounting major and are exempt from the pretest, you must show me such documentation at the first class meeting. You should be ready to furnish proof (if asked) that (1) you passed ACCT100  and (2) you passed the petest (showing ALL pretest scores taken and when) or  you have an email/letter stating you are exempt from the pretest no later  than the second class period (else you will be dropped). Note: University policy states that any class may be taken only twice.   Therefore, NO students will be allowed to register in this class if it is  your third time taking ACCT301.  Please see an accounting advisor if you did  not pass ACCT301 the first (or second) attempt.
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