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Lehigh ACT 108 Syllabus Fall 2007

Lehigh ACT 108 Syllabus Fall 2007 - Lehigh University...

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Lehigh University College of Business & Economics ACC 108 Fundamentals of Accounting Instructor: Professor Larry McCabe Rauch Business Center -- Office 426 Phone: (Office) 610-758-5726 (Home) 610-967-2239 Email: [email protected] Office Hours: Tuesday 2:45 – 3:45 p.m. Thursday 2:45 – 3:45 p.m. Other times by appointment Text: Accounting, What the Numbers Mean 7 th edition (“Accounting”) Marshall, McManus and Viele McGraw Hill (1) – Available in Bookstore (1)The text comes packaged with various Student Supplemental Materials. These Student Supplemental Materials are not required, but are recommended. Class Schedule: Class 10 – Meets Tuesdays & Thursdays, Room 514 LL, 1:10-2:25 p.m. Class Format: Each class will vary but generally include a combination of lecture, question/answer, and problem solving. High participation is encouraged. Out of necessity, only certain materials from the text will be covered in class. In addition, other material will be covered in class that is not from the text. All materials and discussions from class and texts may be included on exams. Communication: This syllabus, all assignments and other information will be posted on Black Board. In addition, email will be used throughout the year to communicate class related information. It is your responsibility to stay current with such communication. Course Objectives: The overall objective of the course is to provide non-business students with a one semester introduction to the principles
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and practices of Accounting. This introduction should provide knowledge and skills that will be viewed attractively by potential employers and result in better business decision-making. Key skill and content objectives are as follows: Skill – Cultivate and develop a capacity for life-long, self learning; Develop written and oral communication skills; Develop interpersonal skills, including interpersonal dynamics, leadership, teamwork and negotiation;
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